New York Times, Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Author: Leonard Williams
Editor: Will Shortz
Leonard Williams
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 8 for Mr. Williams. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Music played by Ravi Shankar at Woodstock : RAGA
5. "There it is!" : VOILA
10. Disconcert : FAZE
14. Historic periods : ERAS
15. Pianist Claudio : ARRAU
16. "I'll get right ___!" : ONIT
17. Use of a company car, e.g. : PERK
18. Wherewithal : MEANS
19. Emulates Lil' Kim or Lil Wayne : RAPS
20. Fairy tale's start : ONCEUPONATIME
23. Greeted, with "to" : SAIDHI
24. Destination for a W-2 : IRS
25. Thor Heyerdahl craft : RAI
28. That, to Tomás : ESA
29. "Exodus" author : URIS
32. "Brrrr!" : IMCOLD
34. Grandpa's start : WHENIWASABOY
36. Plus : ALSO
39. Adlai's opponent in '52 and '56 : IKE
40. Rod's partner : REEL
41. Mom's start : BACKINTHEDAY
46. "The Count of Monte ___" : CRISTO
47. Blueprint detail : SPEC
48. Broadway's Hagen : UTA
51. Cooke who sang "You Send Me" : SAM
52. Indianapolis-to-New Orleans dir. : SSW
54. Like some patches : IRONON
56. Legend's start : INYEARSGONEBY
60. Balletic leap : JETE
62. Location of a starry belt : ORION
63. Cole Porter's "Well, Did You ___?" : EVAH
64. Lab medium : AGAR
65. Quitter's cry : UNCLE
66. It produces more than 20 billion bricks annually : LEGO
67. Popular Microsoft product : WORD
68. Expressed disapproval : TSKED
69. White blanket : SNOW
1. Period of rest : REPOSE
2. Gladiators' locales : ARENAS
3. Ice cream flavor Cherry ___ : GARCIA
4. Made an inquiry : ASKED
5. Anne Rice's Lestat, for one : VAMPIRE
6. Cookie with a floral design on it : OREO
7. Ahmadinejad's land : IRAN
8. Island veranda : LANAI
9. Where Schwarzenegger was born : AUSTRIA
10. W-2, e.g. : FORM
11. Bacterium that doesn't need oxygen : ANAEROBE
12. Address ending, informally : ZIP
13. Some "Stargate SG-1" characters, in brief : ETS
21. Guttural refusal : UHUH
22. Ideological beliefs : ISMS
26. ___ vera : ALOE
27. Pastoral composition : IDYL
30. The G, W or B in G.W.B. : INIT
31. Followers of Guru Nanak : SIKHS
33. Grant in four Hitchcock films : CARY
34. Chinese cookers : WOKS
35. Sob : WEEP
36. Rudiments : ABCS
37. Yuri's love in "Dr. Zhivago" : LARA
38. Curved saber : SCIMITAR
42. Start of a spider's description, in song : ITSY
43. Barely beat : NOSEOUT
44. Condescended : DEIGNED
45. Prefix with phobic : ACRO
48. Not level : UNEVEN
49. Trinidad's partner : TOBAGO
50. Be that as it may : ANYHOW
53. Gives a yellow flag : WARNS
55. Law school newbies : ONELS
57. Geek : NERD
58. Cafe proprietor in "Casablanca" : RICK
59. It's commonly filleted : SOLE
60. Talk on and on, slangily : JAW
61. Sense of self : EGO

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