New York Times, Thursday, May 28, 2009

Author: Gary Cee
Editor: Will Shortz
Gary Cee
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JXYZ} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Cee. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Not having big waves : CALM
5. Bandmaster from 1880 to 1931 : SOUSA
10. The animals for Noah's Ark came in these : TWOS
14. "Hard ___!" (captain's order) : ALEE
15. Match : AGREE
16. Stuck, after "in" : ARUT
17. Something that's hard to close? : PAGETURNER
19. Relative of a hawk : KITE
20. Mirror : IMITATE
21. Editor's resource : ROGETS
23. Three times, in prescriptions : TER
24. Nothing ___ : LESS
26. George Knightley, to Emma Woodhouse : SUITOR
28. Prizes : ADORES
30. Small amphibians : EFTS
32. ___ Broad College of Business : ELI
33. What road hogs hog : LANES
34. City in Orange County, Calif. : BREA
35. Force felt on earth : ONEG
36. Advice for the brokenhearted ... or one of four arrangements found literally in this puzzle : GETOVERIT
39. Wedding rental : LIMO
42. Like many a garden : HOED
43. Vintner Martini's associate : ROSSI
47. Mozart's "L'___ del Cairo" : OCA
48. It may start with "Starters" : MENU
49. Dweller on the Bay of Biscay : BRETON
50. Fathers : BEGETS
52. Skin : PARE
54. Diggers' org. : UMW
55. Certain computer image format : BITMAP
57. Herbal beverage : SAGETEA
59. Hungarian Communist leader ___ Kun : BELA
60. One in search of heretics : INQUISITOR
62. Go weak at the knees : MELT
63. Verges on : NEARS
64. Split : REND
65. Personal reserve funds, for short : IRAS
66. Eliza Doolittle in "Pygmalion," e.g. : TUTEE
67. "___ Tu" (1974 hit) : ERES
1. Financing : CAPITAL
2. Tree-lined avenue : ALAMEDA
3. Houdini escape device : LEGIRON
4. Where races are run : MEET
5. Browns : SAUTES
6. Giants of folklore : OGRES
7. Ossuary, maybe : URN
8. Samuel, e.g., in the Bible : SEER
9. Ford's first minivan : AEROSTAR
10. George of "Star Trek" : TAKEI
11. Set down : WRITTEN
12. Shoe part that touches the floor : OUTSOLE
13. Marthe or Marie: Abbr. : STE
18. "The Kingdom and the Power" author, 1969 : TALESE
22. Director Van Sant : GUS
25. Produce and present : SERVEUP
27. Teamster's transport : RIG
29. ___ Park, N.Y. : REGO
31. Barn sackful : FEED
34. Blessing : BOON
35. Tribe met by Lewis and Clark : OTOE
37. 1960s Roger Moore TV series : THESAINT
38. Discount store offerings, for short : IRREGS
39. High pitch : LOB
40. Brew introduced in the 1990s : ICEBEER
41. ___ Gorilla, 1960s cartoon title character : MAGILLA
44. Sound before "That's all, folks!" : STUTTER
45. Gershwin's "___ to Watch Over Me" : SOMEONE
46. Toward the center : INWARDS
48. '70s TV production co. : MTM
49. Cook, in a way, as beef : BRAISE
51. Les ___-Unis : ETATS
53. "It's ___ bet!" : ASURE
56. French tire : PNEU
58. The Chieftains' home : EIRE
59. Songwriters' grp. : BMI
61. African plant whose leaves are chewed as a stimulant : QAT

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