New York Times, Thursday, May 6, 2010

Author: Dan Naddor
Editor: Will Shortz
Dan Naddor
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQVXZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Naddor. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. ___City (computer game) : SIM
4. Columbia org. : NASA
8. N'awlins sandwiches : POBOYS
14. Cable channel : TNT
15. Actor Omar of "House" : EPPS
16. Surfing site : THENET
17. Suffix with robot : ICS
18. Barbecue comfortably? : GRILLATEASE
20. "Are your Southern breakfast vittles satisfactory?" : GRITSOKAY
22. Victorious : ONTOP
23. When doubled, a #3 hit of 1968 or a #1 hit of 1987 : MONY
24. Nonmigratory goose : NENE
25. Some TV drama settings : ERS
26. Anticipates : AWAITS
28. Jeans brand : GITANO
31. Actress Merrill : DINA
32. Marvelous golf club? : GRANDIRON
35. Purple outfit? : GRAPESUIT
37. Rules regarding tile setting? : GROUTLAWS
40. Wild ___ : OATS
43. Won handily : ROMPED
44. "Little" title figure in a Beach Boys hit : STNICK
46. Enzyme suffix : ASE
47. Stag : MALE
50. "___ Jury" : ITHE
51. Silents star Nita : NALDI
54. Big black bird? : GREATCROW
56. Passenger gorging on fried chicken and potato chips? : GREASYRIDER
58. Grossglockner, for one : ALP
59. "Take your pick" : EITHER
60. Pulitzer winner James : AGEE
61. ___ chi : TAI
62. Family of George's fiancée on "Seinfeld" : ROSSES
63. Narcissist's love : SELF
64. Preposition before now : ERE
1. Hester Prynne's "A," e.g. : STIGMA
2. Clique : INCROWD
3. Name of many hospitals and cemeteries : MTSINAI
4. Darkroom production, for short : NEGS
5. They come with strings attached : APRONS
6. Lace : SPIKE
7. Lion of Narnia : ASLAN
8. Org. that usually has a fall start-up meeting : PTA
9. "___ be in England": Browning : OHTO
10. Lived : BEEN
11. Carousing : ONATEAR
12. "Don't evade the question!" : YESORNO
13. Hamlet, to Claudius : STEPSON
19. A corrosive : LYE
21. Snarling : TYINGUP
27. Pâtisserie offering : TARTE
28. Animal with a silent head? : GNU
29. Numbskull : IDIOT
30. It went down in history : TITANIC
32. 3.0, e.g. : GPA
33. Opposite of FF : REW
34. Numbskull : ASS
36. Municipal pol. : ALD
37. 19th-century farmer : GRANGER
38. Karen's maid on "Will & Grace" : ROSARIO
39. Egg foo yung dishes, basically : OMELETS
41. Measure the strength of, in a way : TITRATE
42. Book burrower : SCHOLAR
44. Sushi offering : SEAEEL
45. Kind of doll : KEWPIE
47. Restaurant V.I.P.: Abbr. : MGR
48. Met expectations? : ARIAS
49. Shelf : LEDGE
52. Morse bits : DAHS
53. "Gotcha" : ISEE
55. Not kosher : TREF
57. Sentence units: Abbr. : YRS

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