New York Times, Thursday, June 16, 2005

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 135 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Bailed out : LEAPT
6. Designer von Furstenberg : DIANE
11. World view : MAP
14. His word is Kalam : ALLAH
15. Supports : ISFOR
16. Family member: Abbr. : REL
17. "I lost my train of thought ?" : WHEREWEREWE
19. A/C stat : BTU
20. Range in Eldorado National Forest : SIERRAS
21. Hardly frugal with : WASTING
23. Wows : AWES
25. Loose-fitting attire : TOGAS
26. Morning time, in a Sinatra song : WEESMALLHOURS
32. Places for runners : HALLS
33. ___ Union: Abbr. : EUR
34. Union member: Fr. : ETAT
37. Locale for two Summer Olympics to date : ASIA
38. Splices : JOINS
40. Dominate : RULE
41. Tight ends? : TEES
42. Web address ender : ORG
43. Like : GOFOR
44. Thrill-seeker's cry : WHEETHISISFUN
48. Perjurer's admission : ILIED
50. View blocker : SMOG
51. Library receipt info : DUEDATE
54. Cavalry sound : BUGLING
59. Winding curve : ESS
60. Teenage golf phenom of 2004 : MICHELLEWIE
62. Berlioz's "Nuit d'___" : ETE
63. Charlton Heston title role : ELCID
64. Oust : EVICT
65. Word div. : SYL
66. Things put in rows : SEEDS
67. Places to put home plates? : SINKS
1. Delivery of Moses : LAWS
2. K-12 grades, collectively : ELHI
3. Direction at sea : ALEE
4. Henry VIII's last wife : PARR
5. St. Louis squad : THERAMS
6. Oil burner : DIESEL
7. Mideast land: Abbr. : ISR
8. Three or four, say : AFEW
9. "And ___ word from our sponsor" : NOWA
10. 1974 top 10 hit with Spanish lyrics : ERESTU
11. #1 R & B hit for Jean Knight, 1971 : MRBIGSTUFF
12. Insurance giant : AETNA
13. Promotes : PLUGS
18. Trumpet sound : WAWA
22. Bulls' opponents : TOREROS
24. Toy holders, maybe : SLEIGHS
26. "Are you serious?!" : WHAT
27. Lighten : EASE
28. Peace Prize-winning author : ELIEWIESEL
29. Discounted : SLASHED
30. Marauder : HUN
31. Places for R.N.'s : ORS
35. Baseball's Matty : ALOU
36. Sea swallow : TERN
38. Steaming cupful : JOE
39. Tiny morsel : ORT
43. Slumber party sounds : GIGGLES
45. "Daniel Boone" actor : EDAMES
46. Plants : IMBEDS
47. Heart's partner : SOUL
48. Products of la tête : IDEES
49. Very passionate : LUSTY
52. One with a glazed look? : TILE
53. ___ signum (here is the proof) : ECCE
55. "The Periodic Table" author Primo ___ : LEVI
56. "Heads ___ ?" : IWIN
57. Make the cut? : NICK
58. Comprehends : GETS
61. Crawled under the bed, say : HID

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