New York Times, Tuesday, June 14, 2005

Author: Sarah Keller
Editor: Will Shortz
Sarah Keller
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {GJQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 30 for Ms. Keller. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. The Righteous Brothers and the Everly Brothers : DUOS
5. Wall St. letters : NYSE
9. Actors Robert and Alan : ALDAS
14. Other, in Oaxaca : OTRO
15. "The Clan of the Cave Bear" author Jean : AUEL
16. Athletic events : MEETS
17. ___ riot (very funny skit) : LAFF
18. Bruins' sch. : UCLA
19. Picture with a posse : OATER
20. After 29-Down, a movie starring Diane Lane : THETUSCANSUN
23. Stir-fry vegetable : SNOWPEA
24. Athletic sites : ARENAS
28. Cry said while pointing : AHA
29. Samovar : URN
31. Singer who definitely has her own dressing room : DIVA
32. Chicago airport : OHARE
35. South American range : ANDES
37. ___-Mex cuisine : CAL
38. After 29-Down, a James Grippando thriller : COVEROFDARKNESS
41. Prefix with sac or duct : OVI
42. Some Art Deco works : ERTES
43. Life line : AORTA
44. Cry for attention : MEOW
46. Swiss river : AAR
47. Call letters? : ATT
48. Storyteller Hemingway : ERNEST
50. Thinks : IDEATES
54. After 29-Down, a Drifters hit : THEBOARDWALK
57. Like whitecaps : FOAMY
60. Shot, for short : AMMO
61. Song that may include some high notes : ARIA
62. Swashbuckler Flynn : ERROL
63. Actress Osterwald : BIBI
64. Brand of smokes : KOOL
65. Teary-eyed : WEEPY
66. Keep ___ (persevere) : ATIT
67. Roughly computed: Abbr. : ESTD
1. Boneheads : DOLTS
2. Salt Lake City native : UTAHN
3. Monteverdi opera : ORFEO
4. Computer programs : SOFTWARE
5. Deep disgust : NAUSEA
6. State flower of New Mexico : YUCCA
7. Ward of "Once and Again" : SELA
8. Verve : ELAN
9. Love in Lyon : AMOUR
10. Wasn't quite a ringer : LEANED
11. Police rank: Abbr. : DET
12. Had a bite : ATE
13. Lith., once : SSR
21. "Psst! In the balcony!" : UPHERE
22. More clear-headed : SANER
25. Warmer and sunnier : NICER
26. Sailor's "halt!" : AVAST
27. Latin dance : SALSA
29. See 20-, 38- and 54-Across : UNDER
30. Suggestions on food labels: Abbr. : RDAS
32. Carol starter : OCOME
33. What helicopters do : HOVER
34. Par ___ (by air) : AVION
35. Popular shaving lotion : AFTA
36. Did figure eights : SKATED
39. Pontificate : ORATE
40. Asleep : NOTAWAKE
45. Floor cleaner's implement : WETMOP
47. Skillful : ADROIT
49. In a bashful manner : SHYLY
50. Metrical feet : IAMBI
51. Tropical roots : TAROS
52. Writer George or T. S. : ELIOT
53. Bard of old : SKALD
55. ___ Wawa, role for Gilda Radner : BABA
56. Leave out : OMIT
57. Not very many : FEW
58. Assayer's stuff : ORE
59. "___ we there yet?" : ARE

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