New York Times, Monday, May 9, 2005

Author: Jim Hyres
Editor: Will Shortz
Jim Hyres
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JKQX} This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Hyres. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Shutterbug's setting : FSTOP
6. Playful aquatic mammal : OTTER
11. S, to a frat guy : SIG
14. Scarlett ___ of "Gone With the Wind" : OHARA
15. Khaki cotton : CHINO
16. Opposite of vertical: Abbr. : HOR
17. Shrinking Arctic mass : POLARICECAP
19. Singleton : ONE
20. Full range, as of colors : SPECTRUM
21. Hotshot : BIGWIG
23. Fibber : LIAR
24. Run-down joint : FLEABAG
25. Lands' End competitor : LLBEAN
28. Tends : SEESTO
29. Production from a well : OIL
30. Soda bottle unit : LITER
32. Salty drops : TEARS
35. Heavy burden : ONUS
37. Sub finder : SONAR
39. Carefully pack (away) : STOW
40. A real mouthful? : TEETH
42. Off-the-cuff : ADLIB
44. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" girl : EVA
45. College entrance exams : BOARDS
47. Broccoli piece : FLORET
49. Naps : SNOOZES
51. Baseball's Felipe : ALOU
52. Washington zoo attractions : PANDAS
53. Ultimate : EVENTUAL
57. L.B.J.'s successor : RMN
58. Competition on an indoor ring : ROLLERDERBY
60. Wide shoe spec : EEE
61. Gloomy, in verse : DREAR
62. Painter's stand : EASEL
63. Archaic verb ending : EST
64. Poker-faced : STONY
65. Each has two senators : STATE
1. Fancy dressers : FOPS
2. Machinist's workplace : SHOP
3. Hard-to-believe story : TALE
4. Revealer of the future : ORACLE
5. Incomplete : PARTIAL
6. Happen : OCCUR
7. The people over there : THEM
8. ___ Tacs (breath mints) : TIC
9. Allow : ENABLE
10. Most fibrous : ROPIEST
11. Very large ham : SHOWBOATER
12. Part of ancient Asia Minor : IONIA
13. ___ Shorthand course : GREGG
18. Tehran natives : IRANIS
22. Bill of Microsoft : GATES
24. Untamed : FERAL
25. Stolen goods : LOOT
26. Queue : LINE
27. Texas' official flower : BLUEBONNET
28. Transmits : SENDS
31. Relatives of frogs : TOADS
33. Wander about : ROVE
34. Try to hit, as a housefly : SWAT
36. Prepared to sing the national anthem : STOOD
38. One going through papers in a safe, say : RIFLER
41. Sand traps, in golf : HAZARDS
43. Ones who "have more fun" : BLONDES
46. Vacation destination : RESORT
48. Consume more than : OUTEAT
49. Shopping jag : SPREE
50. Directory contents : NAMES
51. Big maker of office supplies : AVERY
53. Great flair : ELAN
54. ___ Major (constellation) : URSA
55. Assist in crime : ABET
56. Singer Lovett : LYLE
59. Zodiac lion : LEO

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