New York Times, Monday, June 6, 2005

Author: Raymond Hamel
Editor: Will Shortz
Raymond Hamel
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 25 for Mr. Hamel. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Blackguard : CAD
4. Coin with Monticello on its back : NICKEL
10. Mlle. from Acapulco : SRTA
14. Sport ___ (all-purpose vehicle) : UTE
15. Tennis champ Goolagong : EVONNE
16. His and ___ : HERS
17. Automated device in a bowling alley : BALLRETURN
19. Give off : EMIT
20. Epic that ends with Hector's funeral : ILIAD
21. Grand Prix, e.g. : ROADRACE
23. Nail on a paw : CLAW
24. Garden item cut up for a salad : BELLPEPPER
26. Grope : FEEL
28. Historical time : ERA
29. Berlin maidens : FRAULEINS
34. Naked ___ jaybird : ASA
37. Legislative act that imposes punishment without a trial : BILLOFATTAINDER
41. Little troublemaker : IMP
42. Example of excellence : SHOWPIECE
43. Cry loudly : SOB
46. Part of a tied tie : LOOP
47. Cotton menace : BOLLWEEVIL
52. Expensively elegant : POSH
56. What a lumberjack holds : AXHANDLE
57. River of oblivion : LETHE
58. Tilt : LEAN
59. 1988 Kevin Costner movie : BULLDURHAM
62. Pioneering computer game : MYST
63. Important parts of dairy cows : UDDERS
64. "Green Acres" star Gabor : EVA
65. Nays' opposites : YEAS
66. "Brace yourself!" : GETSET
67. ___ and Stimpy (cartoon duo) : REN
1. Three-dimensional : CUBIC
2. To any degree : ATALL
3. Shepherdess in Virgil's "Eclogues" : DELIA
4. Dweeb : NERD
5. "___ Got the World on a String" : IVE
6. Army bed : COT
7. Small knob : KNURL
8. Become a member : ENROL
9. Delaware tribe : LENAPE
10. Himalayan mountain guide : SHERPA
11. Chart again : REMAP
12. Instant : TRICE
13. Fall bloom : ASTER
18. Within the rules : LAWFUL
22. German "the" : DER
24. Steak or ground round : BEEF
25. Inventor Howe : ELIAS
27. Jeff Lynne's rock grp. : ELO
29. J. Edgar Hoover's org. : FBI
30. Place for a basketball net : RIM
31. Mont Blanc, e.g. : ALP
32. To the ___ degree : NTH
33. Popular vodka, informally : STOLI
34. Ending with Gator or orange : ADE
35. Instant : SEC
36. "Where ___ you?" : ARE
38. Base truant : AWOL
39. Wall Street event: Abbr. : IPO
40. RCA dog : NIPPER
43. Biases : SLANTS
44. Hold the rights to : OWN
45. Nighttime biter : BEDBUG
47. Touched in the head : BALMY
48. Common daisy : OXEYE
49. ___ apso (dog) : LHASA
50. Get away from : ELUDE
51. African terrain : VELDT
53. "None of the above" : OTHER
54. Use a razor : SHAVE
55. One with big biceps : HEMAN
57. Insatiable desire : LUST
60. "___ Misérables" : LES
61. Rap's Dr. ___ : DRE

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