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New York Times, Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Author: John Lieb
Editor: Will Shortz
John Lieb
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FJKQX} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Lieb NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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1. Locales for "Ocean's Eleven" and several Bond films : CASINOS
8. Beirut's land : LEBANON
15. Thousands of fans might do it : THEWAVE
16. Japanese art form : ORIGAMI
17. Unwrap in a hurry : RIPOPEN
18. Who, What and I Don't Know, in Abbott and Costello's "Who's on First?" routine : BASEMEN
19. Neither's partner : NOR
20. Abnormal part of Voldemort's visage : NOSE
21. Concern of Freud : EGO
22. Layer of the earth between the crust and the core : MANTLE
25. "Just ___!" ("Be right there!") : ASEC
26. Marx's "___ Kapital" : DAS
27. Hotel amenity often near the elevator : ICE
28. Make, as an income : EARN
30. Sun : STAR
32. Hawaiian garland : LEI
33. Suffix with neur- : OTIC
34. Destruction : LOSS
37. Talk show host DeGeneres : ELLEN
39. Olive ___ (Popeye's gal) : OYL
41. Pool measurement : DEPTH
42. X-ray units : RADS
43. Refuse : DENY
45. Golf standard : PAR
46. 13-digit library info : ISBN
49. Horse color : ROAN
50. Day before : EVE
51. Civil War side: Abbr. : CSA
53. Sushi ingredient : RICE
55. Sealed, as a driveway : TARRED
57. Thanksgiving staple : YAM
58. "Don't have ___, man!" : ACOW
59. Thurman of "Pulp Fiction" : UMA
60. Napped : SNOOZED
62. Grand Canyon locale : ARIZONA
66. A lifeguard's whistle might create one : TANLINE
67. Alternative to a forward pass : LATERAL
68. Cowboy seats : SADDLES
69. Pinto and Flounder, in "Animal House" : PLEDGES
1. Middle: Abbr. : CTR
2. Yellowfin tuna : AHI
3. Aug. follower : SEP
4. "You can't make me!" : IWONT
5. With 41-Down, title teen in a 2004 indie hit : NAPOLEON
6. Pig out : OVEREAT
7. Capitol Hill V.I.P.: Abbr. : SEN
8. University of New Mexico team : LOBOS
9. Wipes off : ERASES
10. Cut in half : BISECT
11. Ripen : AGE
12. Status-seeking sort ... or a solver of this puzzle, initially? : NAMEDROPPER
13. Last Greek letter : OMEGA
14. Boys, in Bogotá : NINOS
20. Amateur detective in 1967's "The Clue in the Crossword Cipher" : NANCYDREW
22. Roger Bannister, notably : MILER
23. Amtrak high-speed train : ACELA
24. "Song Sung Blue" singer : NEILDIAMOND
29. 1983 Duran Duran hit : RIO
31. Ginger ___ : ALE
35. Ward (off) : STAVE
36. Destroy, as documents : SHRED
38. Suffix with shepherd : ESS
40. Virgo preceder : LEO
41. See 5-Down : DYNAMITE
44. Undyed : NATURAL
47. South America's largest country : BRAZIL
48. Christianity's ___ Creed : NICENE
51. Anatomical sacs : CYSTS
52. Yemen's capital : SANAA
54. Secret writings : CODES
56. Demolished : RAZED
61. Antiquated : OLD
62. Austrian peak : ALP
63. Alternative to .com : ORG
64. Scottish denial : NAE
65. Franken and Gore : ALS

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