New York Times, Wednesday, June 7, 2006

Author: Patrick Blindauer
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Blindauer
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QXZ} Spans: 1 Featured Will Shortz favorite This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Blindauer. NYT links: Across Lite

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JimH notes: The 10 hidden body parts (see 38 Across) are ARM, EAR, EYE, GUM, HIP, JAW, LEG, LIP, RIB and TOE.
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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. In : AMID
5. Fling : SPREE
10. Places to cool one's jets?: Abbr. : AFBS
14. Runner's assignment : LANE
15. Requiring extra postage, say : HEAVY
16. River to the Colorado : GILA
17. "I am not a doctor, but I play one on TV," e.g. : DISCLAIMER
19. Landing pad for Santa : ROOF
20. More copious : AMPLER
21. Charisma : PRESENCE
23. Kaufman or Rooney : ANDY
25. Furniture woods : TEAKS
26. Aaron and Raymond : BURRS
29. Foreign dignitaries : EMEERS
33. End in ___ : ATIE
34. Tristan's love : ISOLDE
35. Jr.'s junior : III
38. This completed puzzle has 10 of them, each three letters long, reading diagonally : HIDDENBODYPARTS
41. Adult beverage : ALE
42. Puts out : DOUSES
43. Algonquian Indian : CREE
44. Money maker : MINTER
45. "Who's there?" response : ITSME
46. Not achieved : UNWON
49. ___-masochist : SADO
51. Relates : NARRATES
55. Social crusader's wish : REFORM
59. ___ de vivre : JOIE
60. Kids' art class staple : ELMERSGLUE
62. Nos. on checks : AMTS
63. "Maria ___," Jimmy Dorsey #1 hit : ELENA
64. Curved molding : OGEE
65. Japanese soup : MISO
66. Homeys : DAWGS
67. Not currently in use, as a theater : DARK
1. "The West Wing" actor : ALDA
2. Cripple : MAIM
3. Police dept. title : INSP
4. Professed : DECLARED
5. Result of a breakup? : SHARD
6. Architect I. M. ___ : PEI
7. Stair alternative : RAMP
8. At any time : EVER
9. Jane who was courted at Thornfield Hall : EYRE
10. Suits, with "with" : AGREES
11. Pop singer Apple : FIONA
12. Veto : BLOCK
13. They may be found behind paintings : SAFES
18. Lorgnette part : LENS
22. Sore throat cause : STREP
24. Conditional agreement starter : YESBUT
26. ___ Men with the 2000 hit "Who Let the Dogs Out" : BAHA
27. Govt.-regulated business : UTIL
28. Tease mercilessly : RIDE
30. Masquerade costume for two : MOOSE
31. Grayheads : ELDERS
32. Popular ice cream : EDYS
34. Wise to : INON
35. Some bargain bin contents: Abbr. : IRRS
36. News clipping : ITEM
37. "Gotcha!" : ISEE
39. Pal of Patsy on "Absolutely Fabulous" : EDINA
40. Tornado or earthquake : ACTOFGOD
44. To a greater extent : MORESO
45. 13th or 15th : IDES
46. Clear, in a way : UNJAM
47. Ruth's mother-in-law : NAOMI
48. Formal orders : WRITS
50. Rich tapestry : ARRAS
52. Angry, with "off" : TEED
53. "Enchanted" girl in a 2004 film : ELLA
54. Old World duck : SMEW
56. Gymnast Korbut : OLGA
57. One who's sadder and maybe wiser : RUER
58. Hardly warlike : MEEK
61. School subj. : ENG

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