New York Times, Monday, May 13, 2013

Author: Allan E. Parrish
Editor: Will Shortz
Allan E. Parrish
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQV} This is puzzle # 36 for Mr. Parrish. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Judge's garment : ROBE
5. Plant with fronds : FERN
9. Book after Jonah : MICAH
14. Zenith : APEX
15. Et ___ (and others) : ALIA
16. Machine at a construction site : CRANE
17. Lofty : HIGH
18. Last ones in the pool, say : ROTTENEGGS
20. Chicago Cubs spring training site : MESAARIZONA
22. Hosp. areas for accident victims : ERS
23. Actress Thurman : UMA
24. Pattern for many 1960s T-shirts : TIEDYE
26. "Rag Mop" hitmakers, 1950 : AMESBROTHERS
32. Prefix with task : MULTI
33. Unmannered sort : BOOR
34. Lawbreaker, in police lingo : PERP
38. E.P.A.-proscribed compound, for short : PCB
39. New Jersey's capital : TRENTON
42. Menagerie : ZOO
43. Hoax : SHAM
45. Bone: Prefix : OSTE
46. Chinese or Japanese : ASIAN
48. You've heard it many times before : SAMEOLDSTORY
51. 1986 Tom Cruise/Val Kilmer action film : TOPGUN
54. ___ de cologne : EAU
55. "You ___ what you eat" : ARE
56. Metal-joining technique : SEAMWELDING
63. Salon : BEAUTYSHOP
65. Clothes presser : IRON
66. Philosopher John who posited a theory of social contract : LOCKE
67. Unabridged dictionary, e.g. : TOME
68. Mrs. Charlie Chaplin : OONA
69. White from fright, say : ASHEN
70. Library ID : ISBN
71. Flat-bottomed boat : SCOW
1. Chicago mayor Emanuel : RAHM
2. "The Andy Griffith Show" boy : OPIE
3. Panhandles : BEGS
4. Deplete : EXHAUST
5. ___, Straus and Giroux (book publisher) : FARRAR
6. "The Time Machine" people : ELOI
7. "Puttin' on the ___" : RITZ
8. Western mil. alliance : NATO
9. QB Steve who won a Payton Award : MCNAIR
10. Fury : IRE
11. Like animals in a 42-Across : CAGED
12. Furious : ANGRY
13. Hermann who wrote "Steppenwolf" : HESSE
19. Intestinal prefix : ENTERO
21. Circumference : AMBIT
25. Mind reader's ability, briefly : ESP
26. Concert blasters : AMPS
27. "Thank you very ___" : MUCH
28. Exile isle for Napoleon : ELBA
29. Seriously overweight : OBESE
30. Kemo Sabe's sidekick : TONTO
31. Equivalent of five houses in Monopoly : HOTEL
35. Basso Pinza : EZIO
36. Lion's sound : ROAR
37. Smallish equine : PONY
40. McCain : 2008 :: ___ : 2012 : ROMNEY
41. ___ decongestant : NASAL
44. Where the Knicks play in N.Y.C. : MSG
47. Small apartments : STUDIOS
49. Jane who wrote "Pride and Prejudice" : AUSTEN
50. Become more intense : DEEPEN
51. Small Indian drum : TABLA
52. Nabisco cookies : OREOS
53. Fruit with a pit : PEACH
57. Italian wine area : ASTI
58. Conductance units : MHOS
59. Where a baby develops : WOMB
60. Camaro ___-Z : IROC
61. Something you might get your hand slapped for doing : NONO
62. Chew like a beaver : GNAW
64. Luau instrument, informally : UKE

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