New York Times, Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Author: Lisa Wiseman
Editor: Will Shortz
Lisa Wiseman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FJQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 3 for Ms. Wiseman. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
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1. Unaccompanied : STAG
5. Under siege : BESET
10. Mannerly sort : GENT
14. 1970 Kinks hit : LOLA
15. The last Oldsmobile made : ALERO
16. Floor votes : AYES
17. ___-Tass news agency : ITAR
18. Sine or cosine : RATIO
19. News source, perhaps : LEAK
20. Body parts never driven through : CARPALTUNNELS
23. Line to Amsterdam : KLM
24. Coop call : PEEP
25. Mark up, maybe : RETAG
28. Some stingers : RAYS
29. Nineveh's land : ASSYRIA
31. Fire remnant : EMBER
34. Itinerary word : VIA
35. ___ Darya (Aral Sea feeder) : AMU
36. Body parts never driven on : CAROTIDARTERIES
41. Suit top? : ACE
42. Echidna morsel : ANT
43. Ball teams : NINES
44. Bowzer's singing group : SHANANA
47. ___ Domini : ANNO
49. Cornball : HOKEY
50. Baseball family name : ALOU
51. Flock member : EWE
54. Body parts never driven over : DENTALBRIDGES
58. Trudge : PLOD
60. Tune from 44-Across : OLDIE
61. Some nest eggs, briefly : IRAS
62. Laugh heartily : HOWL
63. Places to wear mitts : OVENS
64. "Pretty Woman" actor : GERE
65. Fraction of a newton : DYNE
66. Pentacle bearer, perhaps : TAROT
67. Charon's river : STYX
1. Rain-covered : SLICK
2. Completely destroy : TOTAL
3. Car buyer's option : ALARM
4. Robin Williams title role : GARP
5. Brewer's need : BARLEY
6. Makes rhapsodic : ELATES
7. Frame job : SETUP
8. "___ Brockovich" : ERIN
9. Goofy or Daffy, e.g. : TOON
10. Oar site : GALLEY
11. Result of computer overuse, maybe : EYESTRAIN
12. PBS supporter : NEA
13. "Shame!" : TSK
21. In pieces : APART
22. Life-saving locales, for short : ERS
26. Actress Anouk : AIMEE
27. Magnetic induction unit : GAUSS
28. Speed Wagon maker : REO
29. Natural gas? : AIR
30. Did nothing : SAT
31. Online shopper's expenditure : ECASH
32. Far from wimpy : MACHO
33. Reason to call for a tow : BREAKDOWN
34. Dyer's aid : VAT
37. Author Fleming : IAN
38. "Jurassic Park" stuff : DNA
39. The blahs : ENNUI
40. Carnival city : RIO
45. LP spinner's buy : NEEDLE
46. Author Rand : AYN
47. White rat, e.g. : ALBINO
48. What the 52-Down have, in a saying : NOREST
50. Tree with catkins : ALDER
51. Plumed wader : EGRET
52. See 48-Down : WEARY
53. Anglo-Saxon kingdom : ESSEX
55. Traffic sound : TOOT
56. T.A.E. part : ALVA
57. Home, informally : DIGS
58. High degree : PHD
59. Frequent Powell co-star : LOY

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