New York Times, Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Author: Pete Muller
Editor: Will Shortz
Pete Muller
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34 Missing: {FJQ} This is puzzle # 16 for Mr. Muller. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. It has a balance: Abbr. : ACCT
5. Reverberation : ECHO
9. ___ lazuli : LAPIS
14. Superdome locale, informally : NOLA
15. ___ Hubbard, Scientology founder : LRON
16. Party or parade : EVENT
17. Reason for rehab : DRUGABUSE
19. Hardly rambling : TERSE
20. Give a new title : RENAME
21. Cheese with red wrapping : EDAM
23. Six-sided randomizer : DIE
24. Two under par : EAGLE
25. Trail : LAGBEHIND
27. New York theater award : OBIE
29. Plant fungus : ERGOT
30. Darts and snooker : PUBGAMES
34. Separate into charged particles : IONIZE
37. Braun who married Hitler : EVA
38. Took to the slopes : SKIED
40. Ref. work that took 70 years to complete : OED
41. Grow fond of : WARMTO
44. Sinatra backers, sometimes : BIGBANDS
47. Judgment on a book's cover? : BLURB
49. "Super!" : NEAT
50. Groundskeeper's bane : CRABGRASS
53. Pong purveyor : ATARI
57. "___ out!" (ump's cry) : YER
58. One-billionth of a gig : BYTE
59. Wild-eyed sort : ZEALOT
60. World capital whose name means "victorious" : CAIRO
62. Assortments ... or what you'll find in 17-, 25-, 30-, 44- and 50-Across? : MIXEDBAGS
64. Forest vine : LIANA
65. Similar : AKIN
66. Cat or clock preceder : ONEO
67. Young's partner in accounting : ERNST
68. Something to avoid : NONO
69. Story that can't completely be believed : YARN
1. Tennis's Agassi : ANDRE
2. Jazz's Chick : COREA
3. Adhered (to) : CLUNG
4. Philippine tongue : TAGALOG
5. Czech Republic river : ELBE
6. Grand ___ (vineyard designation) : CRU
7. First book of the 12 Minor Prophets : HOSEA
8. Antsy : ONEDGE
9. Prisoner's plaint : LETMEGO
10. N.Y.C.'s Columbus ___ : AVE
11. Hell : PERDITION
12. Living ___ : INSIN
13. Fiery horse : STEED
18. Organism that splits : AMEBA
22. Condense : ABRIDGE
25. Onion relative used in soups : LEEK
26. Babydoll : HON
28. 1960 #1 Brenda Lee hit : IMSORRY
30. Place to congregate? : PEW
31. Thos. Jefferson founded it : UVA
32. Conan, for one : BARBARIAN
33. Close relation, informally : SIB
35. Final section of the 40-Across : ZED
36. Actors Harris and Helms : EDS
39. ___, zwei, drei ... : EINS
42. World Series org. : MLB
43. Maritime rescuer : TUGBOAT
45. Bleated : BAAED
46. "Good going!" : ATTABOY
48. Repeated role for Christian Bale : BATMAN
50. Rinse or spin : CYCLE
51. Show once more : REAIR
52. Watch with the old slogan "Modern Masters of Time" : SEIKO
54. Singer/songwriter Davis : ALANA
55. "Got it," in radio lingo : ROGER
56. "Challenge accepted!" : ITSON
59. Paradoxical Greek : ZENO
61. Some pulse takers, for short : RNS
63. Mark, as a ballot : XIN

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