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New York Times, Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Author: Richard F. Mausser
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard F. Mausser
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {Q} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Mausser NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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JimH notes: This puzzle is kind of the inverse of this one.
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Across Down
1. Hasbro action figure : GIJOE
6. Pile up : AMASS
11. Excite, with "up" : AMP
14. Grenoble's river : ISERE
15. One of the "Honeymooners" : RALPH
16. Whom a guy do-si-dos with : GAL
17. Face value? : FRANKLINIOO
19. Detergent name : ERA
20. Org. with launch parties? : NASA
21. Dissection class : BIOLOGY
23. Blind as ___ : ABAT
25. Face value? : HAMILTONIO
28. Nancy Drew findings : CLUES
30. Some Monopoly properties: Abbr. : RRS
31. Home of Cherokee Natl. Forest : TENN
32. ___ clip (bike attachment) : TOE
33. Reason to cram : EXAM
35. Viejo : Sp. :: ___ : Ger. : ALT
37. Face value? : CLEVELANDIOOO
42. Like the Triple Word Score squares in Scrabble : RED
43. Look at the stars, say : GAZE
44. Airport alternative to JFK : LGA
46. ___ buco : OSSO
49. Lobster catcher : POT
50. Boot camp routine : DRILL
52. Face value? : CHASEIOOOO
56. Many Monopoly properties: Abbr. : AVES
57. Virginia's Luray ___ : CAVERNS
58. Scale amount : WAGE
60. HI-strung instrument? : UKE
61. Face value? : WASHINGTONI
66. Stew tidbit : PEA
67. Eskimo : INUIT
68. Place for a coatrack : FOYER
69. Abbr. before "truly" : YRS
70. Where Hercules slew a lion : NEMEA
71. Stellar grade : APLUS
1. Alternative to .jpg : GIF
2. Acre's locale: Abbr. : ISR
3. "Earth's Children" author : JEANAUEL
4. Like Rococo architecture : ORNATE
5. Cartoon squeals : EEKS
6. D-backs, in box scores : ARI
7. Playing piece : MAN
8. Cover stories : ALIBIS
9. Give away, as a movie ending : SPOIL
10. "I'm all ears!" : SHOOT
11. Time of first steps, often : AGEONE
12. Place to doodle : MARGIN
13. Not stop a musical gig : PLAYON
18. "Well, ___-di-dah" : LAH
22. Game with a multiplier : LOTTO
23. Comport oneself : ACT
24. Soviet ___ : BLOC
26. ___ Sea (greatly shrunken body of water) : ARAL
27. Toon voiced by Jim Backus : MRMAGOO
29. Golf's Ballesteros : SEVE
34. Marked wrong : XED
35. Wood-shaping tool : ADZ
36. Perjured oneself : LIED
38. Jagged, as a leaf's edge : EROSE
39. Grp. whose initials in French are the reverse of its English initials : NATO
40. Toon with size 14-AAAAAA shoes : OLIVEOYL
41. Check the figures? : OGLE
45. Two of racing's Unsers : ALS
46. Modern protest name : OCCUPY
47. Salt or pepper holder : SHAKER
48. Computer command under "File" : SAVEAS
49. Woods critter : POSSUM
51. Convertible, in slang : RAGTOP
53. Gen. Rommel, the Desert Fox : ERWIN
54. Cockamamie : INANE
55. Part of B.Y.O.B. : OWN
59. Big name in photography, once : AGFA
62. Rush : HIE
63. "Give ___ rest!" : ITA
64. Opposite of 35-Across : NEU
65. Org. in a 2013 scandal : IRS

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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