New York Times, Friday, May 26, 2006

Author: Mike Torch
Editor: Will Shortz
Michael Torch
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 28 Missing: {JKQVWXYZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Torch. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. First bishop of Paris : STDENIS
8. Can openers : POPTOPS
15. "Good shot!" : NICEONE
16. It won't disappoint : SUREBET
17. Follow in the footsteps of : EMULATE
18. Top-notch : STELLAR
19. Bard's dark time : EEN
20. Ford product, briefly : MERC
22. Crazy Horse, for one : OGLALA
23. "___ the season ?" : TIS
25. Pushing 90? : LEADFOOTED
27. All-good filler : TOTHE
29. Brit. decorations : DSOS
30. Revenuers, e.g. : FEDS
31. Ancient : AGEOLD
33. Start of many addresses : HTTP
35. 1980 Pulitzer-winning book filled with wordplay and paradoxes : GODELESCHERBACH
41. Neon's lack : ODOR
42. Having little talent for : POORAT
43. Contents of some silos: Abbr. : ABMS
47. Provider of immunity on "Survivor" : IDOL
49. Zingers : BARBS
50. Artists' stands? : TREESCAPES
53. Object in a courtroom : RES
54. Latinum or Graecum : LINGUA
55. See 27-Down : SALE
57. Dot on a subway map: Abbr. : STA
59. Total : ADDUPTO
61. Like some recordings : DIGITAL
63. One out? : SLEEPER
64. Celebrated : EMINENT
65. Most concise : TERSEST
66. Assigns a new ranking to, in a way : RESEEDS
1. Old-fashioned knife : SNEE
2. "Pack it up" : TIMETOGO
3. R.F.K. Stadium team : DCUNITED
4. Elusive one : EEL
5. Sitcom director Pitlik : NOAM
6. Purveyor of chips : INTEL
7. Be really sore : SEERED
8. Endings to some e-mails : PSS
9. Marching sloppily : OUTOFSTEP
10. Newman's Own alternative : PREGO
11. Relate : TELLOF
12. Flattened at the poles : OBLATE
13. Uttered loudly and sonorously : PEALED
14. Cremona collectibles : STRADS
21. Tobacco and others : CASHCROPS
24. Place for a horn : SHOE
26. Archaic auxiliary : DOTH
27. With 55-Across, auction alternative : TAG
28. London greeting : ELLO
32. Sets apart : DEDICATES
34. "No ___!" : PROB
36. Kind of ash : SODA
37. Luau entree : BOAR
38. Many a suspect : ARRESTEE
39. Place for a pickup line? : CABSTAND
40. City map abbr. : HTS
43. Cry after being held up : ATLAST
44. Restrain : BRIDLE
45. Tailor, at times : MENDER
46. Doesn't rest between pieces : SEGUES
48. Chief : LEADER
51. Course in a German meal : SUPPE
52. Ooze : SLIME
56. Sponsorship : EGIS
58. Fliers' concerns: Abbr. : ALTS
60. Leftover : ORT
62. Like Chopin's "Tristesse" étude : INE

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