New York Times, Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Author: Barry C. Silk
Editor: Will Shortz
Barry C. Silk
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 24 for Mr. Silk. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Give a heads-up : WARN
5. Prefix with -syncratic : IDIO
9. Valuable violin : AMATI
14. Coup d'___ : ETAT
15. Birth place : WOMB
16. French-speaking African nation : GABON
17. Hotel offering : BATHTOWEL
19. Asteroid's path : ORBIT
20. Number of coins in the Fontana di Trevi? : TRE
21. Bow-taking occasion : CURTAINCALL
23. In an obvious way : VISIBLY
25. Early sixth-century year : DII
26. Charisse of "Singin' in the Rain" : CYD
27. Blown away by : AMAZEDAT
32. "Eso ___" (Paul Anka hit) : BESO
35. Love, Italian-style : AMORE
36. Pal of Tarzan : APE
37. Poker face : BLANKEXPRESSION
41. Mathematical proof letters : QED
42. Novelist Zola : EMILE
43. Armchair athlete's channel : ESPN
44. In a calm way : SERENELY
46. Grier of "Jackie Brown" : PAM
48. Devoured : ATE
49. Dress store section : PETITES
53. Cinema offering : PICTURESHOW
58. Final: Abbr. : ULT
59. Like some committees : ADHOC
60. Flintlock need : GUNPOWDER
62. Actress Aimée : ANOUK
63. Earth sci. : GEOL
64. With "and" and 47-Down, Lawrence Welk's intro : AONE
65. Like ground around a tree : ROOTY
66. "Coffee, Tea ___?" : ORME
67. Something you can do to the starts of 17-, 21-, 37-, 53- and 60-Across : DRAW
1. Internet-on-the-tube company, formerly : WEBTV
2. Pong maker : ATARI
3. Motel posting : RATES
4. To the ___ degree : NTH
5. "If asked, yes" : IWOULD
6. Bride's worldly possessions : DOWRY
7. "Since ___ You Baby" (1956 hit) : IMET
8. Syllables before "di" or "da" in a Beatles song : OBLA
9. Has a tough time deciding : AGONIZES
10. Friend of Peppermint Patty : MARCIE
11. "Waterloo" pop group : ABBA
12. Slave away : TOIL
13. Part of I.S.B.N.: Abbr. : INTL
18. Frozen dessert chain : TCBY
22. Start of a challenge : IDARE
24. Desktop graphic : ICON
27. Adequately, and then some : AMPLY
28. Seconds and then thirds : MORE
29. Place for a lectern : DAIS
30. Each : APOP
31. Neighbor of 38-Down: Abbr. : TENN
32. Patio parties, briefly : BBQS
33. General Robt. ___ : ELEE
34. ___ City (Baghdad district) : SADR
35. Leaf-to-branch angle : AXIL
38. Home of Mammoth Cave : KENTUCKY
39. Arab chieftain: Var. : EMEER
40. Teamster's rig : SEMI
45. Have dinner in a restaurant : EATOUT
46. Us Weekly rival : PEOPLE
47. See 64-Across : ATWO
49. ___ Penh, Cambodia : PHNOM
50. Henry VIII's house : TUDOR
51. Jimmy Dorsey's "Maria ___" : ELENA
52. Scatter, as seed : STREW
53. Jack who quipped "A funny thing happened to my mother one day: Me" : PAAR
54. Fig. on a driver's license : IDNO
55. When repeated, a train sound : CHOO
56. Frozen waffle brand : EGGO
57. Litigious sort : SUER
61. Roll of dough : WAD

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