New York Times, Thursday, July 1, 2010

Author: Clive Probert
Editor: Will Shortz
Clive Probert
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 44 Missing: {FJQX} Grid has repeated answers This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Probert. NYT links: Across Lite

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JimH notes: A 2002 Manny Nosowsky puzzle had a similar theme. It repeated PAR. This puzzle repeats ONE.
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Across Down
1. With 14-Across, breakfast order? : EGGS
5. U.F.O. crew : ETS
8. See 16-Across : GROUND
14. See 1-Across : EASY
15. Romanian "dollars" : LEI
16. With 8-Across, world's oldest subway system? : LONDON
17. Show greed or impatience : GRAB
18. Fat-mouth : YAK
19. Pontiac, for one : OTTAWA
20. ___ by Google : ADS
22. "Left!" : HAW
24. Like : ALA
25. Condemned : DECRIED
29. With fervor : DEEPLY
31. Away from the mouth : UPRIVER
32. Good cholesterol, for short : HDL
33. Raccoon relative : COATI
34. With 42-Across, bogey? : ONE
36. Put up : ERECT
41. Put on a show : ACTED
42. See 34-Across and 45-Across : PAR
43. Coconut oil source : COPRA
44. "___ Eyes" (1969 hit) : THESE
45. With 42-Across, birdie? : ONE
46. Implied : TACIT
47. Winner of the first World Cup: Abbr. : URU
49. Sickening : NOISOME
51. Answer angrily : SNAPAT
54. Entry at a hippodrome : TROTTER
55. Like some answers : PAT
56. When repeated, it might accompany a finger wag : TSK
58. Longtime TV inits. : SNL
59. 15th-century pontiff who was the only pope to write an autobiography : PIUSII
61. Weapon in "The Terminator" : UZI
63. Confidante, say : AMIE
67. See 70-Across : ARREST
68. Actor Moody of "Oliver!" : RON
69. With 72-Across, motto of a fitness trainer? : MIND
70. With 67-Across, dreaded words from a cop? : YOUARE
71. "___ bad!" : TOO
72. See 69-Across : BODY
1. Result of a certain med. test : EEG
2. Long-nosed fish : GAR
3. Govt. office supplier : GSA
4. Lovers of luxury : SYBARITES
5. Parisian palace : ELYSEE
6. What the Mad Hatter pours on the Dormouse to wake it up : TEA
7. Turban wearer : SIKH
8. Was radiant : GLOWED
9. Balderdash : ROT
10. Ready : ONTAP
11. One of a Western political family : UDALL
12. "Keep dreaming!" : NOWAY
13. "CSI" topic, often : DNA
21. Split : DIVIDEUP
23. Stalwart supporter : ADHERENT
25. Coin in "The Merchant of Venice" : DUCAT
26. Eocene, e.g. : EPOCH
27. Jalopy : CRATE
28. Classless group? : DROPOUTS
30. Run for it : ELECTION
35. Tandoori-baked bread : NAN
37. Traditional Easter entree : ROASTLAMB
38. Florida tourist attraction : EPCOT
39. Bookstore section : CRIME
40. Spud : TATER
48. Many an Australian bird : RATITE
50. "Twelfth Night" duke : ORSINO
51. Dick's partner : SPIRO
52. Pacific republic : NAURU
53. Not like a landlubber : ATSEA
57. Mathematician Gödel : KURT
59. Subject of union negotiations : PAY
60. Neighbor of Syr. : ISR
62. Morning ___ (radio format) : ZOO
64. Puccini's "O ___ babbino caro" : MIO
65. Neighbor of Ill. : IND
66. Joseph who co-founded an ice cream company : EDY

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