New York Times, Monday, June 11, 2007

Author: Harriet Clifton
Editor: Will Shortz
Harriet Clifton
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQWXY} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 3 for Ms. Clifton. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Footlong sandwiches : SUBS
5. Lost traction : SLID
9. Post office purchase : STAMP
14. Fairy tale meanie : OGRE
15. Hatcher of "Lois & Clark" : TERI
16. Himalayan kingdom : NEPAL
17. Short on dough : FLATBROKE
19. Play a role none too subtly : EMOTE
20. Kind of paper for gift-wrapping : TISSUE
21. Short on dough : STRAPPED
23. ___ to stern : STEM
25. Dedicatory verse : ODE
26. Sports org. for scholars : NCAA
29. Finger food at a Spanish restaurant : TAPAS
32. Over-the-top review : RAVE
36. The "A" in A/V : AUDIO
38. Howard Stern's medium : RADIO
40. Tiny criticism to "pick" : NIT
41. Short on dough : FEELINGTHEPINCH
44. Part of an iceberg that's visible : TIP
45. Sarge's superior : LOOIE
46. Aquafina competitor : EVIAN
47. Aardvark's fare : ANTS
49. Attack en masse, as a castle : STORM
51. Architect Saarinen : EERO
52. ___ Beta Kappa : PHI
54. Individually : EACH
56. Short on dough : INTHERED
61. Bits of wisdom? : PEARLS
65. One washing down a driveway, e.g. : HOSER
66. Short on dough : TAPPEDOUT
68. Eye-teasing paintings : OPART
69. Saskatchewan Indian : CREE
70. Teeny bit : IOTA
71. See 22-Down : PEREZ
72. "Thundering" group : HERD
73. Agts. looking for tax cheats : TMEN
1. Downy : SOFT
2. Wrinkly fruit : UGLI
3. Garments that usually clasp in the back : BRAS
4. Takes off on a cruise : SETSSAIL
5. Avenue : STREET
6. Fierce type, astrologically : LEO
7. Annoys : IRKS
8. Jenny Craig regimen : DIET
9. Three-time P.G.A. champ : SNEAD
10. Word repeated after someone starts to show anger : TEMPER
11. Individually : APOP
12. Chess ending : MATE
13. Begged : PLED
18. "... and nothing ___" : BUT
22. With 71-Across, "White Men Can't Jump" co-star : ROSIE
24. Ballet's Fonteyn : MARGOT
26. Can./U.S./Mex. treaty : NAFTA
27. Give hints to : CUEIN
28. Good (at) : ADEPT
30. Barbecue area : PATIO
31. Stick (to) : ADHERE
33. "___ Get Your Gun" : ANNIE
34. Church official : VICAR
35. Prefix with -centric : ETHNO
37. Something good to strike : OIL
39. Unclose, poetically : OPE
42. Polite refusal : NOSIR
43. "Enough already!" : IVEHADIT
48. Globe : SPHERE
50. In an atlas, e.g. : MAPPED
53. #1 to Avis's #2 : HERTZ
55. So-so grade : CEE
56. Restaurant acronym : IHOP
57. "Uh-uh" : NOPE
58. Nicholas I or II : TSAR
59. Do art on glass, say : ETCH
60. Partner of truth : DARE
62. "A ___ of One's Own" : ROOM
63. Instrument that's plucked : LUTE
64. Baseball's ___ the Man : STAN
67. Individually : PER

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