New York Times, Friday, July 1, 2011

Author: Chris A. McGlothlin
Editor: Will Shortz
Chris A. McGlothlin
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. McGlothlin. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2011, The New York Times
Across Down
1. It often contains "lies" : EPITAPH
8. Person making a cameo, say : JEWELER
15. Start of a big 1975 sports event? : THRILLA
16. Tending to bring together : UNITIVE
17. Florida's ___ Park Race Track : HIALEAH
18. Some photography equipment : STROBES
19. Priest at Shiloh : ELI
20. Genetic stuff : RNA
21. It may be pinched : TOE
22. "Do Ya" band, for short : ELO
23. Winthrop's affliction in "The Music Man" : LISP
25. One taking orders : CHEF
27. Title girl in a 1990s-2000s MTV cartoon : DARIA
29. Fishing tool : SPEAR
31. Like many blog comments, informally : ANON
33. One of eight in chess : RANK
34. 2008 World Series athlete : RAY
36. Cousins of blackbirds : GRACKLES
38. Pro-Church of England position : ANTIDISESTABLISHMENTARIANISM
40. Creamlike paint shade : EGGSHELL
42. French article : LES
43. ___ land : LALA
44. Aforementioned : SAID
46. "A little ___ do ya" (1950s-'60s slogan) : DABLL
50. London borough with Wembley Stadium : BRENT
52. 'Vette option : TTOP
54. Tart plum : SLOE
55. Eastern band : OBI
56. Big East Conf. member : WVU
58. 1-Across accompanier : RIP
60. Mama grizzly, south of the border : OSA
61. Crazy Horse, e.g. : WARRIOR
63. Causes to take hold : ENROOTS
65. Chanel fragrance "pour homme" : EGOISTE
66. Astronaut's favorite dessert? : MOONPIE
67. Indicates : DENOTES
68. Overruns : INFESTS
1. Rosenberg and Roosevelt : ETHELS
2. An apostle : PHILIP
3. Declaration at a poker table : IRAISE
4. The Everly Brothers' "(___) I Kissed You" : TIL
5. 34-Across, e.g., for short : ALER
6. Alternative fallback position : PLANC
7. "You think you're so funny!" : HAHAHA
8. Popular hair care product : JUSTFORMEN
9. Prefix with -derm : ENTO
10. Hyper : WIRED
11. Normandy was in it: Abbr. : ETO
12. What's not right? : LIBERALISM
13. Story from Joyce's "Dubliners" : EVELINE
14. Wets again : RESOAKS
24. Like some politics : PARTISAN
26. Class with Browning and Golding, say : ENGLISHLIT
28. Home of the 42nd U.S. president : ARKANSAS
30. Salad tidbit : RADISH
32. Kind of chart : NATAL
35. Ja and da : YESES
37. Squalled : CRIED
38. Structural piece bent 90° along its long dimension : ANGLEIRON
39. Sheet music notations : TABLATURES
40. Jostled : ELBOWED
41. Claptrap : GARBAGE
45. Moolah : DOREMI
47. Hardly line drives : BLOOPS
48. Went bonkers : LOSTIT
49. Papers on pads? : LEASES
51. Plot element : TWIST
53. New Mexico's state tree : PINON
57. Yea or nay : VOTE
59. Classy sort? : PROF
62. 2016 Olympics host : RIO
64. "___ moment" : ONE

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