New York Times, Monday, May 12, 2008

Author: Randall J. Hartman
Editor: Will Shortz
Randall J. Hartman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JKQVXZ} This is puzzle # 63 for Mr. Hartman. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Exiled Ugandan Idi ___ : AMIN
5. Home of the N.F.L.'s Buccaneers : TAMPA
10. Nile reptiles : ASPS
14. "This ___ be!" : CANT
15. Criminal's "a k a" name : ALIAS
16. Post-Christmas store event : SALE
17. Anglican body : HIGHCHURCH
19. "Wheel of Fortune" action : SPIN
20. Former Roxy Music member Brian : ENO
21. Point a gun : AIM
22. Hornswoggled : DUPED
23. Discover : DETECT
25. Oration : SPEECH
28. Question when you can't tell two things apart : WHICHISWHICH
32. Number of Little Pigs : THREE
35. Egg layers : HENS
36. Kanga's kid in "Winnie-the-Pooh" : ROO
37. Shot in the arm : BOOST
38. Duracell size : AAA
39. Like a score of 10 of a possible 10 : IDEAL
41. Attys.' org. : ABA
42. Baseball glove : MITT
43. Not just mean : NASTY
44. Jewish high holy day : ROSHHASHANAH
48. Top secret? : TOUPEE
49. The "I" of Canada's P.E.I. : ISLAND
53. Shady spot : ARBOR
55. Excellent service? : ACE
56. Whisper sweet nothings : COO
57. Profound : DEEP
58. Youth groups ... with a hint to 17-, 28- and 44-Across : FOURHCLUBS
62. Autobahn auto : OPEL
63. Chili con ___ : CARNE
64. Suit to ___ : ATEE
65. Seat for two or more : SOFA
66. Has a bawl : CRIES
67. Salon applications : GELS
1. Needed a chiropractor, say : ACHED
2. The Pine Tree State : MAINE
3. Gold brick : INGOT
4. To the ___ degree : NTH
5. South Seas getaway : TAHITI
6. Homecoming attendee, for short : ALUM
7. Old space station : MIR
8. ___-10 Conference : PAC
9. Louisville Slugger wood : ASH
10. Per se : ASSUCH
11. September birthstones : SAPPHIRES
12. Ballet bend : PLIE
13. E-mail command : SEND
18. Sign of prestige : CACHET
22. Morning moisture : DEW
24. Flock females : EWES
25. Put away, as a sword : SHEATHE
26. Something beaten at a party in Mexico : PINATA
27. Letter before tee : ESS
29. ___ longue : CHAISE
30. Jacket : COAT
31. Fit to be a saint : HOLY
32. Skiers' lift : TBAR
33. Tramp : HOBO
34. Entree carved by a chef : ROASTBEEF
39. "I'll be right there!" : INASEC
40. Roald who wrote "James and the Giant Peach" : DAHL
42. Treasure seeker's aid : MAP
45. Fanfare : HOOPLA
46. "Ben-___" : HUR
47. Specialized markets : NICHES
50. Less than 90 degrees : ACUTE
51. Prestigious prize awarded every December : NOBEL
52. Prescribed amounts : DOSES
53. Commotions : ADOS
54. Seized vehicle : REPO
55. "Rule, Britannia" composer : ARNE
58. Agcy. that can fine TV stations : FCC
59. Crew's control? : OAR
60. Geller with a psychic act : URI
61. Fall behind : LAG

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