New York Times, Friday, June 22, 2012

Author: Josh Knapp
Editor: Will Shortz
Josh Knapp
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 29 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Knapp. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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1. Party pooper : BUZZKILL
9. Tree related to the ylang-ylang : PAPAW
14. Local money? : UNIONDUES
16. Zombie's craving : FLESH
17. Gridded display : STREETMAP
18. Tourist buy in Mexico : CARTA
19. Foible : TIC
20. Moolah : WAMPUM
22. ___ Act : RIOT
23. Ancient rival of Judah : EDOM
25. "Growing Up ___" (2004-05 A&E reality show) : GOTTI
26. "___ Lisa" : MONA
27. Relatives of newtons : DYNES
29. Algebraic unknowns : XANDY
31. "Savvy?" : DIG
32. "Well, ___!" : DUH
34. Literally, "pick me up" : TIRAMISU
36. Beverage substitute : CREAMER
40. Too cute, say : KITSCHY
41. Johnnie Walker blend : REDLABEL
43. It's made every day : BED
44. Parliament's end? : ASH
45. Dogma : CREED
47. German leader? : SOFTG
51. One crossing a line : SCAB
53. Richard of NBC News : ENGEL
55. King who consulted the Witch of Endor : SAUL
56. Chuck : HURL
57. "The Pianist" setting : WARSAW
59. Knoxville-based org. : TVA
60. Breakers ahead : PERIL
62. Sweet spot : COOKIEJAR
64. Serotonin, e.g. : AMINE
65. Hierarchy : TOTEMPOLE
66. Classroom units : DESKS
67. Captain of the Nebuchadnezzar, in "The Matrix" : MORPHEUS
1. Cry when exposing something secret : BUSTED
2. Out of order : UNTIDY
3. December birthstone : ZIRCON
4. Actress Caldwell : ZOE
5. "I ___ it!" : KNEW
6. Accessory to a case : IDTAG
7. Foozler : LUMMOX
8. Eagerly accepted : LEAPTAT
9. Forrest Gump's rank: Abbr. : PFC
10. Cell phone function : ALARM
11. Intermittent : PERIODIC
12. Stagger : ASTONISH
13. "Gotta love him!" : WHATAGUY
15. Traveler in 1957 news : SPUTNIK
21. Main vein : MIDRIB
24. There might be one on a hero : MEDAL
28. Tree whose leaves were once smoked by Indians : SUMAC
30. David who directed the final four Harry Potter films : YATES
33. 55-Across, e.g. : HEBREW
35. Operations were once commonly performed in this : MSDOS
36. Resting place, informally : CRASHPAD
37. 1991 Madonna hit : RESCUEME
38. "Apollo 13" actor : EDHARRIS
39. Simulate, in a way : REENACT
42. Subject of an air traveler's complaint : LEGROOM
46. Old Chrysler make : DESOTO
48. "All or Nothing" rapper, 2005 : FATJOE
49. Second-smallest member of the United Nations, by population : TUVALU
50. Bad looks : GLARES
52. Flip one's lid? : BLINK
54. Staples Center player : LAKER
58. Wuss : WIMP
61. Article in L'Express : LES
63. Book before Phil. : EPH

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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