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New York Times, Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Author: Daniel Raymon
Editor: Will Shortz
Daniel Raymon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 35 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Raymon. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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1. Planets, to poets : ORBS
5. ___-European : INDO
9. Sidewalk writing aid : CHALK
14. Sorvino of "Mighty Aphrodite" : MIRA
15. Prez's #2 : VEEP
16. W.W. II's ___ the Riveter : ROSIE
17. "Don't be ___" (Google's motto) : EVIL
18. Adversary on the Arabian Peninsula? : YEMENENEMY
20. Home of Cristoforo Colombo Airport : GENOA
22. Parched : ARID
23. Tummy muscles : ABS
24. Something comparable in southern Africa? : ANGOLAANALOG
28. Has in mind : INTENDS
29. Source of a 1973 crisis : OPEC
33. Common part of Dutch surnames : VAN
35. Torahs are kept in them : ARKS
36. Get married : SAYIDO
38. With 40-Across, royal emblems in North Africa? : ALGERIA
40. See 38-Across : REGALIA
41. Hairspray alternative : MOUSSE
42. Cake layer : TIER
43. Hairspray alternative : GEL
44. Insect stage after larva : PUPA
45. Cajoling words before asking for something : BEADEAR
47. TV show in the Mideast? : ISRAELSERIAL
52. Place with complimentary towels : SPA
55. Ibuprofen target : PAIN
56. Brazilian dance : SAMBA
57. Part of an air force in south-central Asia? : NEPALPLANE
61. One drawing blood : FANG
62. WWE locale : ARENA
63. They may get in the way of an agreement : EGOS
64. James who wrote "A Death in the Family" : AGEE
65. Full of bluster : GUSTY
66. Some conifers : YEWS
67. The U.S. Virgin Is., e.g. : TERR
1. Alpha's opposite : OMEGA
2. Torn apart : RIVEN
3. Mentioning in conversation : BRINGINGUP
4. Locale for many a western brawl : SALOON
5. Poison ___ : IVY
6. Maiden name preceder : NEE
7. Lead-ins to negotiations : DEMANDS
8. Puccini productions : OPERAS
9. Philosophy : CREDO
10. Sweetie : HON
11. Like whale hunters, e.g. : ASEA
12. Birdhouse locale : LIMB
13. Lockers : KEYS
19. Zilch : NIL
21. Places where people 36-Across : ALTARS
25. High home : AERIE
26. Paul who sang "Lonely Boy" : ANKA
27. "The Naked Maja" or "The Clothed Maja" : GOYA
30. The fifth of the Five Pillars of Islam : PILGRIMAGE
31. Falco of "Nurse Jackie" : EDIE
32. Either of Frosty the Snowman's eyes : COAL
33. Siren : VAMP
34. Baseball's Moises : ALOU
36. They're the pits : SEEDS
37. Jibes : AGREES
39. Morales of "La Bamba" : ESAI
40. 29-Across country currency : RIAL
42. Like the "wasteland" in a classic Who song : TEENAGE
45. Circus man : BAILEY
46. Oslo Accords figure : ARAFAT
48. Spread out : SPLAY
49. Genre of N.W.A. and Run-D.M.C. : RAP
50. Al Capp guy : ABNER
51. "Pale" or "dark" beverage : LAGER
52. Sudden impediment : SNAG
53. Homeland of Literature Nobelist Mario Vargas Llosa : PERU
54. Copies : APES
58. Marcher in a column : ANT
59. "A.S.A.P.!" : NOW
60. Suffix with baron : ESS

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