New York Times, Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Author: Doug Peterson and Angela Olson Halsted
Editor: Will Shortz
Doug Peterson
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Angela Olson Halsted
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JKQ} This is puzzle # 19 for Mr. Peterson. This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Halsted. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Places to retire : BEDS
5. This's partner : THAT
9. Ancient marketplace : AGORA
14. Cosmonaut Gagarin : YURI
15. Move like molasses : OOZE
16. He once placed a "long-distance call" to Aldrin and Armstrong : NIXON
17. Stroller to Soho : PRAM
18. Like the White Rabbit : LATE
19. "Have a bite!" : TRYIT
20. Indie studio's offering, maybe : LOWBUDGETFILM
23. Place getting a lot of buzz? : APIARY
24. Whisk wielder : CHEF
25. Go (for) : OPT
28. Hankering : YEN
29. Company in a 2011 merger with the Huffington Post : AOL
31. Drink named after a Scottish hero : ROBROY
33. Unusually chromatic performance ensemble : BLUEMANGROUP
36. Director Kazan : ELIA
39. "___ Rosenkavalier" : DER
40. It may be upped : ANTE
41. Mostly idled : BUMMEDAROUND
46. Valentino rival : ARMANI
47. Crime scene evidence : DNA
48. Engage in pugilism : BOX
51. Prefix with conservative : NEO
52. Comedy Central's "___.0" : TOSH
55. By the deadline : INTIME
57. Thick alternative to a blanket : DOWNCOMFORTER
60. "Three Coins in the Fountain" fountain : TREVI
62. McFlurry flavor : OREO
63. Movie format for a big date? : IMAX
64. "Peer Gynt" writer : IBSEN
65. Country with a hammer-and-sickle flag, for short : USSR
66. Colt's mother : MARE
67. Petrol measure : LITRE
68. Orioles, Eagles or Cardinals : TEAM
69. Resorts : SPAS
1. Incidental activity : BYPLAY
2. The Continent : EUROPE
3. Entice : DRAWIN
4. Swahili for "lion" : SIMBA
5. "Shoulda listened to me!" : TOLDYOU
6. Romance novelist Tami : HOAG
7. Early Mexican : AZTEC
8. Enforcement provisions : TEETH
9. Like some lens coatings : ANTIFOG
10. "The ___ With the Dragon Tattoo" : GIRL
11. Military intelligence, e.g., according to George Carlin : OXYMORON
12. Louis XIV, par exemple : ROI
13. Grasshopper's partner in an old fable : ANT
21. Caspian Sea feeder : URAL
22. Decorative plant : FERN
26. Sulk : POUT
27. Enter with a keyboard : TYPE
30. Mother of Castor and Pollux : LEDA
32. Country music's Paisley : BRAD
33. The Crimson Tide, familiarly : BAMA
34. Mal de ___ : MER
35. Longtime Yankee third baseman, informally : AROD
36. Israel's Abba : EBAN
37. Bit of fishing gear : LURE
38. Far from prudish : IMMODEST
42. Tangle up : ENTWINE
43. The Belmonts' frontman, in 1950s music : DION
44. Military outfit : UNIFORM
45. Modern running companion? : NANO
48. Computer graphics option : BITMAP
49. Mark who was the 1998 P.G.A. Player of the Year : OMEARA
50. Persian king in 2006's "300" : XERXES
53. Pack member : SCOUT
54. Contender in the Belmont : HORSE
56. Decorates, as a Christmas tree : TRIMS
58. More than : OVER
59. Maricopa County city : MESA
60. Up to, in adspeak : TIL
61. Stat for 35-Down : RBI

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