New York Times, Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Author: Gary Cee
Editor: Will Shortz
Gary Cee
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 12 for Mr. Cee. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2012, The New York Times
Across Down
1. With 65-Across, part of a record ... or what each of this puzzle's five long Across answers has? : FLIP
5. Actress Knightley : KEIRA
10. "___, vidi, vici" : VENI
14. Prefix with sphere : IONO
15. Get all A's : EXCEL
16. Big name in paperback publishing : AVON
17. Puerto Rico, affectionately, with "the" : ENCHANTEDISLAND
20. Last Whig president : FILLMORE
21. Mixologist's unit : OUNCE
22. Basketball Hall of Fame coach Hank : IBA
23. What the Mars symbol symbolizes : MALESEX
25. Malady named after a Connecticut town : LYMEDISEASE
30. Does a pre-laundry chore : SORTS
31. Rapa ___ (locale of many monoliths) : NUI
32. Stereo parts : AMPS
36. London's West End, e.g. : THEATREDISTRICT
40. Repairs, as a golf green : SODS
41. What makes Shrek shriek? : ANI
42. ___-Loompa (chocolate factory dwarf) : OOMPA
43. Record collector's curio : PICTUREDISC
46. City with a U.F.O. museum : ROSWELL
50. Jet ___ : SET
51. Stop, as a launch : ABORT
52. State with just three counties : DELAWARE
57. Lucasfilm aircraft : JEDISTARFIGHTER
60. "Ah, 'twas not to be" : ALAS
61. Big name in coffeemakers : BRAUN
62. Righty Hershiser : OREL
63. Arts and Sciences dept. : HIST
64. Sumptuous fur : SABLE
65. See 1-Across : SIDE
1. Feudal estate : FIEF
2. Actress Anderson : LONI
3. With: Abbr. : INCL
4. Science fiction writer Frederik : POHL
5. Obi-Wan ___ : KENOBI
6. Over 300,000 of these appear in "Gandhi" : EXTRAS
7. Frozen beverage brand : ICEE
8. Like a matador's cape : RED
9. Successor of Muhammad, to Shiites : ALI
10. Appraiser's figure : VALUE
11. Maiden name of Harry Potter's mother : EVANS
12. Present occasion : NONCE
13. Rear of many a book : INDEX
18. In the heart of : AMIDST
19. Only : SOLE
23. Wailuku is its county seat : MAUI
24. Sale tag condition : ASIS
25. W.W. II naval vessels: Abbr. : LSTS
26. Disney tune subtitled "A Pirate's Life for Me" : YOHO
27. TV star who homered off Koufax in a 1963 episode : MRED
28. Airport postings, for short : ETAS
29. Bring a relationship to a close : ENDIT
32. Yankees' #13, to fans : AROD
33. "La Bohème" role : MIMI
34. Psychedelic drugs, for short : PCPS
35. Quick and detached, in mus. : STAC
37. Train travel : RAIL
38. Abbr. on the bottom of a business letter : ENCL
39. Morgue ID : TOETAG
43. Animals with collars, often : PETS
44. Of service : USEFUL
45. Winterize, as a coat : RELINE
46. Indian ruler : RAJAH
47. Printing daggers : OBELI
48. Cokes and such : SODAS
49. Pulse-taking spot : WRIST
52. Dull : DRAB
53. "___ calling?" : WHOS
54. Longfellow bell town : ATRI
55. Clarinetist's need : REED
56. Writer ___ Stanley Gardner : ERLE
58. Conan O'Brien's network : TBS
59. Celestial altar : ARA

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