New York Times, Thursday, June 7, 2007

Author: Nancy Salomon
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Salomon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {QVXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 174 for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Crude containers: Abbr. : BBLS
5. Goddess whose bird was a peacock : HERA
9. Water-to-wine town : CANA
13. Enemy of la Révolution française : LEROI
14. Often : ALOT
15. Southwestern trees : ALAMOS
16. Job at a lineup : IDING
17. "It's not my fault!" : DONTBLAMEME
19. Not giving the police any more information : CLAMMINGUP
21. "Beats me" : NOIDEA
22. Long line in Rome : POPES
24. Suffix meaning "land" in some country names : STAN
25. Seek : ASKFOR
29. Swank : TONY
31. A book title may be in it: Abbr. : ITALS
32. Hubbub : CLAMOR
34. Hunky-dory : JAKE
38. 1961 Del Shannon lyric (and title of this puzzle) : MYLITTLERUNAWAY
41. Look : SEEM
42. Factor in a wine review : BODY
43. One way to serve ham : ONRYE
44. Rushing group : FRAT
46. Showing one's age, in a way : GREYED
47. Fiery : AFLAME
49. Scheherazade's locale : HAREM
52. Barnard grad, e.g. : ALUMNA
54. Double dessert : PIEALAMODE
59. Some crime deterrents : STREETLAMPS
61. Plot again : REMAP
62. Toots in a restaurant : SHOR
63. Something that's spun : TALE
64. Soul singer Baker : ANITA
65. Winston Churchill, e.g. : TORY
66. River of Flanders : YSER
67. "Tell Mama" singer James : ETTA
1. Total chaos : BEDLAM
2. Overflow site : BRIM
3. "WKRP" actress Anderson : LONI
4. Help provider : SIGNPOST
5. Hosted at one's penthouse, say : HADUP
6. Get together without fanfare? : ELOPE
7. Harry's pal at Hogwarts : RON
8. Ltr. routing aid : ATTN
9. Frontier sharpshooter : CALAMITYJANE
10. Tree-lined promenade : ALAMEDA
11. "Julius" in Gaius Julius Caesar : NOMEN
12. Between shores, maybe : ASEA
13. D.M.V. document : LIC
18. Cap'n's underling : BOSN
20. Brit's oath : GOR
23. Level : STORY
25. Ends : AIMS
26. Eyelid annoyance : STYE
27. Long green : KALE
28. Con games : FLIMFLAMMERY
30. Sch. named for a televangelist : ORU
32. Cleric's attire : CLOTH
33. Hobbled : LAMED
35. Out of kilter : AWRY
36. "The Court Jester" star, 1956 : KAYE
37. Got a load of : EYED
39. Program guide abbr. : TBA
40. Field part : NORMARAE
45. French filmmaker Clair : RENE
46. "Hmm, I didn't know that!" : GEE
47. Even if, briefly : ALTHO
48. Prelude to a revolution : FUROR
50. Jobs creation : APPLE
51. Alarm heeder : RISER
52. Deputy: Abbr. : ASST
53. Firm member: Abbr. : ATTY
55. "Ah, for the good old days," e.g. : LAMENT
56. Except : OMIT
57. Experiment's yield : DATA
58. Waste watchers' org. : EPA
60. Eastern priests : LAMAS

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