New York Times, Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Author: Allan E. Parrish
Editor: Will Shortz
Allan E. Parrish
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {Q} Spans: 2 Scrabble average: 1.92 This is puzzle # 32 for Mr. Parrish. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Body part first transplanted in 2010 : FACE
5. Peeved mood : HUFF
9. Band-Aid co. : JANDJ
14. Worshiped one : ICON
15. ___ the Tentmaker : OMAR
16. Basketball's Stoudemire : AMARE
17. Joe Clark in "Lean on Me," e.g. : SCHOOLPRINCIPAL
20. Hockey's Sid the Kid : CROSBY
21. Overly compliant : MEEK
22. Singer ___ Rose : AXL
23. Innsbruck locale: Abbr. : AUS
24. The Hadean was the first one, ending about 4 billion years ago : EON
26. Patio bug-killer sounds : ZAPS
28. Re-serve cause : LET
29. Item on a superintendent's chain : SKELETONKEY
34. Davis who portrayed a president : GEENA
35. Indolent : OTIOSE
36. Rock's Cream, e.g. : TRIO
39. Genesis craft : ARK
41. "Hair" producer Joseph : PAPP
42. Grand Canal site : VENICE
45. Ranch units : ACRES
48. Ripe territory for pirates, once : SPANISHMAIN
50. Watson's creator : IBM
53. Bewildered look : GAPE
54. Slugger's stat : RBI
55. Depression-era agcy. : NRA
56. Try to win : WOO
59. Cheats : GYPS
61. Brought in : EARNED
63. Losing player in the first Super Bowl : KANSASCITYCHIEF
66. Butler who didn't give a damn : RHETT
67. Post-marathon feeling : ACHE
68. Automobile builder Ferrari : ENZO
69. It may be checked in a checkup : PULSE
70. Fight stoppers, for short : TKOS
71. Ripening agent : AGER
1. Word before year or conservative : FISCAL
2. Build up : ACCRUE
3. Fox News's Gretchen Carlson or Steve Doocy : COHOST
4. Slaughter in baseball : ENOS
5. Mount ___ (Seven Sisters college) : HOLYOKE
6. Whisk broom-wielding official, for short : UMP
7. Raise things : FARM
8. Architectural decoration : FRIEZE
9. Lottery lure : JACKPOT
10. Friend in Montréal : AMI
11. Big name in auto parts : NAPA
12. "Moonraker" villain : DRAX
13. Take shape : JELL
18. Needing a seat belt extender, say : OBESE
19. "Peachy!" : NEATO
25. "99 Luftballons" singer : NENA
27. Uses shears : SNIPS
30. Former West Coast N.F.L.'er : LARAM
31. Org. for R.V. owners : KOA
32. Disputed ability : ESP
33. "Yer darn tootin'" : YEP
34. Part of an auctioneer's cry : GOING
36. Some Samsungs : TVS
37. Public regard, informally : REP
38. "___ pig's eye!" : INA
40. '80s Chrysler offering : KCAR
43. The Plame affair, informally : CIAGATE
44. Cable sports awards : ESPYS
46. Some steaks : RIBEYES
47. "Giant Brain" of 1946 : ENIAC
49. Jazz lover, in old slang : HEPCAT
50. One of nine for nine : INNING
51. Piece of cake : BREEZE
52. Crazy about : MADFOR
56. Les Nessman's station : WKRP
57. Diamond Head's isle : OAHU
58. Scott Turow memoir : ONEL
60. Green around the gills : SICK
62. Ostrich's cousin : RHEA
64. Some GPS lines: Abbr. : STS
65. Albeit, briefly : THO

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