New York Times, Thursday, June 22, 2006

Author: Christina Houlihan Kelly
Editor: Will Shortz
Christina Houlihan Kelly
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 39 Missing: {JQVWXZ} This is puzzle # 6 for Ms. Kelly. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Bow and arrow user : AMOR
5. Alley cat : STRAY
10. Locate : PINPOINT
14. Trim : PARE
15. Brownish gray : TAUPE
16. Student's challenge : ORAL
17. Reflexologists touch them : PRESSUREPOINTS
19. Missing the boat, say : LATE
20. Music instructor's cry : TEMPO
21. Says so : STATES
23. Getting tiresome : OLD
25. "The Canterbury Tales" character : PRIORESS
27. Ace? : POINTOFNORETURN
31. "Yikes!" : EGAD
32. Lead-in to much : INAS
33. Crow, e.g. : TRIBE
38. Expense report attachment : RECEIPT
40. "May I sew you to another sheet?" speaker : SPOONER
42. Tournament favorites : SEEDS
43. Fishing partner of 62-Down : REEL
45. Plains Indian : CREE
46. Craft store offerings : NEEDLEPOINTKITS
49. Road tests? : POTHOLES
53. Supped : ATE
54. Typos : ERRATA
55. Football Hall-of-Famer Graham and others : OTTOS
59. Does runs : SKIS
60. Driving exam challenge : THREEPOINTTURN
65. One of the Sinatras : TINA
66. Black : EBONY
67. "Born Free" lioness : ELSA
68. Free throw value : ONEPOINT
69. Duck : DODGE
70. Unappetizing serving : SLOP
1. Engagement calendar entry: Abbr. : APPT
2. Nag, maybe : MARE
3. City next to the Uinta National Forest : OREM
4. Answered : RESPONDED
5. Name that's an alphabetic trio : STU
6. Blacken : TAR
7. Paris's ___ de Vaugirard : RUE
8. Name : APPOINT
9. Cadet's reply : YESSIR
10. Frigid : POLAR
11. Steamed : IRATE
12. Archibald and Thurmond : NATES
13. Inane : POINTLESS
18. Stag : SOLO
22. Scout master? : TONTO
24. Annoyance for an insomniac : DRIP
25. School mtg. holder : PTA
26. ___ Crouse, 1946 Pulitzer winner for Drama : RUSSEL
27. Some advice : POINTERS
28. Curved molding : OGEE
29. Deal with : FACE
30. Menu offering : ENTREE
34. They get their kicks at Radio City Music Hall : ROCKETTES
35. Crucifix letters : INRI
36. Symbol of redness : BEET
37. Part of a Spanish 101 conjugation : ERES
39. "What ___ to like?" : ISNOT
41. S O S, basically : PLEA
44. McBain and McMahon : EDS
47. Tickled pink : ELATED
48. Like much travel : POINTTOPOINT
49. Pasta topping : PESTO
50. Big name in pest control : ORKIN
51. Group of three : TRINE
52. Argues sensibly : HASAPOINT
56. Rock's Jethro ___ : TULL
57. Guesstimator's phrase : ORSO
58. Breeze : SNAP
61. "Deadwood" airer : HBO
62. See 43-Across : ROD
63. Liberal arts major: Abbr. : ENG
64. Watch : EYE

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