New York Times, Monday, July 13, 2009

Author: C. W. Stewart
Editor: Will Shortz
Carolyn W. Stewart
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQVXY} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 10 for Ms. Stewart. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Chicago's ___Planetarium : ADLER
6. Country singer Brooks : GARTH
11. Opposite of dis : DAT
14. Like oil directly from a well : CRUDE
15. Hilo hello : ALOHA
16. Aussie hopper : ROO
17. Ditch digging, e.g. : MANUALLABOR
19. Little Rock's home: Abbr. : ARK
20. Yolk's site : EGG
21. City name before Heat or Vice : MIAMI
22. "Inferno" writer : DANTE
24. Money borrowed from a friend, e.g. : PERSONALLOAN
26. Fleet : ARMADA
29. Bald person's purchase : WIG
30. Serve, as tea : POUR
31. "Airplane!" or "Spaceballs" : SPOOF
34. Flow back : EBB
37. The Dalai Lama, e.g. : SPIRITUALLEADER
41. At any time, to a poet : EER
42. Six ___ a-laying (gift in a Christmas song) : GEESE
43. Silent screen star Naldi : NITA
44. Reverse of WSW : ENE
45. Acid blocker sold over the counter : ZANTAC
47. Slash symbol, e.g. : DIAGONALLINE
53. Helicopter part : ROTOR
54. Hotelier Helmsley : LEONA
55. Address for an overseas G.I. : APO
58. Wonderment : AWE
59. Comfily ready to sleep ... or a hint to 17-, 24-, 37- and 47-Across : ALLTUCKEDIN
62. Moms : MAS
63. One of the Judds : NAOMI
64. Ryan of "The Beverly Hillbillies" : IRENE
65. Tidbit for an aardvark : ANT
66. Lugs : TOTES
67. Homes for 65-Acrosses : NESTS
1. Pinnacle : ACME
2. Wet blanket : DRAG
3. Aqua-___ : LUNG
4. Univ. e-mail ending : EDU
5. Cleaned out, as with a pipe cleaner : REAMED
6. Black-tie affairs : GALAS
7. "Remember the ___!" (rallying cry of 1836) : ALAMO
8. Harbinger of spring : ROBIN
9. Even if, informally : THO
10. What a serf led : HARDLIFE
11. Clog-busting brand : DRANO
12. Main artery : AORTA
13. Thimble or shoe, in Monopoly : TOKEN
18. Franc : France :: ___ : Italy : LIRA
23. 2x + 5 = 15 subj. : ALG
24. Last name of Henry VIII's last : PARR
25. M.P.'s quarry : AWOL
26. Cathedral recess : APSE
27. Hillbilly's belt : ROPE
28. John who founded the Sierra Club : MUIR
31. Take to court : SUE
32. Dads : PAS
33. Shout after a bull charges : OLE
34. Blue-pencil : EDIT
35. Gamma preceder : BETA
36. Bric-a-___ : BRAC
38. Unaware : IGNORANT
39. Many a driver's ed student : TEEN
40. First name of Henry VIII's second : ANNE
44. Self-esteem : EGO
45. Next-to-last element alphabetically : ZINC
46. ___ Skywalker of "Star Wars" : ANAKIN
47. Comedy's counterpart : DRAMA
48. Cedar Rapids native : IOWAN
49. Event that could be seen as far away as Las Vegas in the '50s : ATEST
50. Mete out : ALLOT
51. "I'll do it!" : LETME
52. 1930s-'40s heavyweight champ Joe : LOUIS
55. Fruit drinks : ADES
56. Pub serving : PINT
57. Small bills : ONES
60. Thai neighbor : LAO
61. Before, poetically : ERE

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