New York Times, Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Author: Joon Pahk
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 37 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 15 for Mr. pahk. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2011, The New York TimesNo. 22,527
Across Down
1. Start of a URL : HTTP
5. Neon ___ (fish) : TETRA
10. They're hooked behind the back : BRAS
14. Two-dimensional extent : AREA
15. Suits : EXECS
16. Stop : HALT
17. Large order of morning drinks? : JOESIXPACK
19. 1970s-'80s group with a palindromic name : ABBA
20. Interim ruling group : JUNTA
21. It helps a pitcher get a grip : ROSINBAG
23. Activity for a hyperactive barista? : MUDSLINGING
26. Vegetables whose skins may be cooked and eaten separately : YAMS
30. Gomer Pyle's girlfriend : LOUANN
31. It can be a major turnoff : EXITRAMP
33. English racing town : EPSOM
38. Bona fide : GENUINE
39. Connect with : TIEINTO
41. Subtle show of emotion in the eyes : GLINT
42. Maud Adams, twice : BONDGIRL
43. Regulars, or what they'll have : USUALS
46. Lend, informally : SPOT
47. Interactive features of starbucks.com? : JAVAAPPLETS
52. Southern belle's cry of surprise : IDECLARE
53. Harasses, as a fraternity pledge : HAZES
58. Times or Century : FONT
59. Classic Mike Myers "S.N.L." sketch ... or an apt title for this puzzle : COFFEETALK
62. Herr's wife : FRAU
63. ___ cologne : EAUDE
64. "You've Really Got a Hold ___" (1963 hit) : ONME
65. Cry of alarm : YELP
66. Tony Randall title role : DRLAO
67. Feline line : MEOW
1. Pilgrimage to Mecca : HAJJ
2. Drop ___ : TROU
3. College freshman, typically : TEEN
4. Later than : PAST
5. Stereotypical cowboy's nickname : TEX
6. Button abbr. on a scientific calculator : EXP
7. Is overcome by emotion, maybe : TEARSUP
8. Dr Pepper alternative : RCCOLA
9. Welcomes at the door : ASKSIN
10. Hallucinogenic beverage : BHANG
11. Yeshiva instructor : RABBI
12. Composer Berg : ALBAN
13. Legendary football coach Amos Alonzo ___ : STAGG
18. Words before and after "what" : IAM
22. Hard up : INNEED
24. ___ Bator : ULAN
25. ___ of the Rock (Jerusalem landmark) : DOME
26. Burglar who really gets cracking? : YEGG
27. Jump with an extra half-turn : AXEL
28. It's bigger than a Nano : MINI
29. "Set phasers to ___" : STUN
32. Morning ___ (bathing, combing the hair, etc.) : RITUAL
34. Napoleon and Snowball, in "Animal Farm" : PIGS
35. Do a little barbering : SNIP
36. Other: Sp. : OTRO
37. Take off one's coat? : MOLT
39. Lacquered metalware : TOLE
40. The "I" of R.P.I.: Abbr. : INST
42. Portending evil : BALEFUL
44. Zoned (out) : SPACED
45. Rumpus : UPROAR
47. Sec : JIFFY
48. Have a thing for : ADORE
49. Susceptible to bribery : VENAL
50. Make a nuisance of oneself : ACTUP
51. That miss : SHE
54. The H, H or O in H2O : ATOM
55. Western writer Grey : ZANE
56. Patron saint of sailors : ELMO
57. Distort : SKEW
60. Govt. approver of new meds : FDA
61. Fair-hiring abbr. : EEO

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