New York Times, Monday, June 16, 2008

Author: Ronald J. and Nancy J. Byron
Editor: Will Shortz
Ron Byron
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 3 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Byron. This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Byron. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Hullabaloos : ADOS
5. Wood for a model plane : BALSA
10. Where eggs are laid : NEST
14. ___ I.R.A. (investment) : ROTH
15. Arctic ___ : OCEAN
16. Poison ivy symptom : ITCH
17. Voice below soprano : ALTO
18. Follow persistently, as a celebrity : STALK
19. One G : THOU
20. 1960s weather song by Peter, Paul and Mary : BLOWININTHEWIND
23. Sacagawea dollar and others : COINS
24. Cuts into cubes : DICES
25. Secret matters : ARCANA
28. Wrigglers, to a fisherman : BAIT
30. Co. honchos : CEOS
31. Viewpoint : SLANT
33. Star pitcher : ACE
36. 1960s weather song by the Beatles : HERECOMESTHESUN
40. Bull or cow in the forest : ELK
41. Openly declares : AVOWS
42. Encircle : GIRD
43. Dateless : STAG
44. Animals with brown summer fur : STOATS
46. Clear jelly used as a garnish : ASPIC
49. "___ Gavotte," "My Fair Lady" tune : ASCOT
51. 1960s weather song by the Cascades : RHYTHMOFTHERAIN
57. Rani raiment : SARI
58. Prospero's servant in "The Tempest" : ARIEL
59. Mallorca or Menorca, por ejemplo : ISLA
60. Red sky in the morning, e.g. : OMEN
61. New Orleans's Vieux ___ : CARRE
62. Fur trader's fur : PELT
63. Eliot of the Untouchables : NESS
64. "To ___—perchance to dream": Hamlet : SLEEP
65. Back talk : SASS
1. Qatari, e.g. : ARAB
2. Barbie or Ken : DOLL
3. Director Preminger : OTTO
4. Cabinet for displaying wares : SHOWCASE
5. Neighbor of Croatia : BOSNIA
6. Be part of, as a play : ACTIN
7. Isn't quite vertical : LEANS
8. "S" shaker : SALT
9. Egyptian symbol of life : ANKH
10. Lamebrain : NITWIT
11. Body of moral principles : ETHIC
12. British biscuit : SCONE
13. Falling sounds : THUDS
21. Charged particle : ION
22. Archie's "dingbat" : EDITH
25. Have rheumatic pains : ACHE
26. Predigital film part : REEL
27. Bottle part that goes "pop!" : CORK
28. Voice below baritone : BASS
29. Six-legged worker : ANT
31. Cause of some urban coughs : SMOG
32. "Ben-Hur" author Wallace : LEW
33. Home to more than half the world's population : ASIA
34. Terse to the point of rudeness : CURT
35. Termini : ENDS
37. Fish that's no longer in the sea : CATCH
38. Eggs : OVA
39. Self-aggrandizing acts : EGOTRIPS
43. Some '60s protests : SITINS
44. Carry, slangily : SCHLEP
45. Place for a Dr. Scholl's pad : TOE
46. Criminal burning : ARSON
47. Humiliation : SHAME
48. Combustible funeral structures : PYRES
49. Burning : AFIRE
50. Cubic meter : STERE
52. Alternatives to PCs : MACS
53. Like traditional epic poetry : ORAL
54. On the briny : ASEA
55. Woes : ILLS
56. Washington nine : NATS

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