New York Times, Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Author: Corey Rubin
Editor: Will Shortz
Corey Rubin
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 37 Missing: {F} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Rubin. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. One-two part : JAB
4. Cattle-herding breed : CORGI
9. Playground retort : AMTOO
14. Draft pick? : ALE
15. Keats title starter : ODEON
16. Stands at wakes : BIERS
17. Diam. x pi : CIR
18. Get on : BOARD
19. Daisy type : OXEYE
20. Words of encouragement to a Brit? : KEEPONLORRYIN
23. Up to : UNTIL
24. Abu Dhabi's fed. : UAE
25. Little jerks : TICS
28. "Hey, over here!" : PSST
29. Group of dancing Brits? : CONGAQUEUE
32. One way to think : ALOUD
34. Dark horse's win : UPSET
35. Eggs Benedict need : HAM
38. With 30-Down, kind of clause : OPT
39. Aramis, to Athos : AMI
41. Causes for stadium cheers, for short : TDS
42. Extract with a solvent : ELUTE
44. Give off : EXUDE
46. British smart alecks? : WISEBLOKES
49. Favor one side, perhaps : LIMP
53. Dresden denial : NEIN
54. Sail through : ACE
55. Wedding memento : VIDEO
56. Sleep like a Brit? : CATCHSOMEZEDS
60. When doubled, a wolf's call : HUBBA
62. Turbine part : ROTOR
63. Sacha Baron Cohen character ___ G : ALI
64. On ___ (hot) : AROLL
65. Money in la banque : EUROS
66. Net judge's call : LET
67. iPhone display unit : PIXEL
68. Piece in the game of go : STONE
69. Method: Abbr. : SYS
1. Hike, as a price : JACKUP
2. Vulcans and Romulans : ALIENS
3. Left Bank toppers : BERETS
4. Computer language in Y2K news : COBOL
5. Take too much of, briefly : ODON
6. True-to-life : REAL
7. Bout : GOROUND
8. Clad like some Halloween paraders : INDRAG
9. Bernstein/Sondheim's "___ Like That" : ABOY
10. Have a tussle : MIXITUP
11. Hardest to see, perhaps : TEENIEST
12. Direct conclusion? : ORY
13. Sugar suffix : OSE
21. Hummus holder : PITA
22. "The Crying Game" Oscar nominee : REA
26. Like some actors going on stage : CUED
27. Things some designers design : SETS
29. Friday, notably : COP
30. See 38-Across : OUT
31. British pound, informally : QUID
33. Leopold's partner in a sensational 1924 trial : LOEB
35. Rough-___ (unfinished) : HEWN
36. Get caught in ___ : ALIE
37. It may have a spinning ballerina : MUSICBOX
39. Pink-slip : AXE
40. Lambda followers : MUS
43. Like a solid argument : TENABLE
44. Just manages : EKESOUT
45. Monarch crowned in 1558: Abbr. : ELIZ
47. Geneva's ___ Léman : LAC
48. Earth tones : OCHRES
50. Worthy principles : IDEALS
51. This-and-that concert performance : MEDLEY
52. Puts forth : POSITS
55. Chapter's partner : VERSE
57. Seven-foot, say : TALL
58. Other, in Oaxaca : OTRO
59. Provide with a rear view? : MOON
60. Chance, poetically : HAP
61. Ocean State sch. : URI

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