New York Times, Thursday, June 15, 2006

Author: Adam Cohen
Editor: Will Shortz
Adam Cohen
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 14 for Mr. Cohen. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Much of "Deck the Halls" : LAS
4. Old Massachusetts literary family : ALCOTTS
11. Part that's not eaten : COB
14. Creature on Australia's coat of arms : EMU
15. Washington's I-495 : BELTWAY
16. "13 ___ Madeleine" (1946 spy film) : RUE
17. Start of a quote by 56-Across : FORGIVEYOUR
19. Hagen of the stage : UTA
20. Doctor : TREAT
21. On ___ with : APAR
22. They cover all the bases : UMPS
23. Kind of stick : JOSS
24. Quote, part 2 : ENEMIESBUT
26. "___ said before ..." : ASI
27. "The Bourne Supremacy" org. : CIA
28. Wears well : LASTS
29. Encumber, with "down" : BOG
30. Deuce follower : ADIN
32. Identify : PEG
33. Quote, part 3 : NEVERFORGET
37. Frequent word after yes or no : SIR
38. Year in Nero's reign : LXII
39. Something that may be rolled over, for short : IRA
42. Flashy dance : SALSA
45. Dear : PET
46. Slam : PAN
47. End of the quote : THEIRNAMES
51. "May I ___ favor?" : ASKA
52. Large lawn : ACRE
53. Like some Keatsian works : ODIC
54. Apocrypha angel : URIEL
55. On the other hand, briefly : THO
56. Speaker of the quote : JOHNKENNEDY
58. Debtor's letters : IOU
59. Amoeba size : ONECELL
60. Ray Bradbury's "___ for Space" : SIS
61. Crew leader : COX
62. Former U.S. poet laureate Howard ___ : NEMEROV
63. Amatol ingredient : TNT
1. Southpaw's hit : LEFTJAB
2. Spanish sherry : AMOROSO
3. Unambiguous indication : SURESIGN
4. Slightly : ABIT
5. Book after Exod. : LEV
6. Environmentalists' cause : CLEANAIR
7. Common blood bank shortage : OTYPE
8. Graveyard shift time : TWOAM
9. Alpha ___ (brightest star in the Bull constellation) : TAURI
10. Onetime U.A.R. member: Abbr. : SYR
11. Trail for Hansel and Gretel : CRUMBS
12. Production : OUTPUT
13. Zoo contents : BEASTS
18. Laughing matter? : GAS
22. Lexicographer's concern : USAGE
24. Down provider : EIDER
25. Writ of execution : ELEGIT
27. Expensive spread : CAVIAR
31. Patriot's org. : NFL
32. Jimmies : PRIES
34. "Ah, Wilderness!" mother : ESSIE
35. Bird that feeds on parasitic ticks : OXPECKER
36. Least sober : TIPSIEST
40. Earned copiously : RAKEDIN
41. Shrink : ANALYST
42. Storm production : STATIC
43. Reaction to an allergen : AHCHOO
44. "The Phantom of the Opera" writer Gaston ___ : LEROUX
48. Who is above the law, theoretically : NOONE
49. Leigh Hunt's "Abou Ben ___" : ADHEM
50. Chop finely : MINCE
51. Son of Prince Valiant : ARN
54. Silver State sch. : UNLV
56. New Jersey politico Corzine : JON
57. "Illusions in G Major" rock grp. : ELO

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