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New York Times, Monday, July 25, 2011

Author: Nina Rulon-Miller
Editor: Will Shortz
Nina Rulon-Miller
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 35 Missing: {BJQXZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Ms. Rulon-Miller. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Parts of molecules : ATOMS
6. Schools for cadets: Abbr. : ACADS
11. Tip of a Tiparillo, e.g. : ASH
14. Funnywoman O'Donnell : ROSIE
15. Flower from Holland : TULIP
16. Enemy : FOE
17. Whiskey sour garnish : ORANGESLICE
19. Robert Browning's "___ Lippo Lippi" : FRA
20. Horse-drawn vehicle often mentioned in Sherlock Holmes stories : DOGCART
21. Artist's studio : ATELIER
23. "___ no evil ..." : SEE
24. Pet food brand : IAMS
26. Raggedy Ann, e.g. : DOLL
27. Gibson garnish : PICKLEDONION
31. Take out for ___ (test-drive) : ASPIN
34. Old U.S. gas brand with a tiger symbol : ESSO
35. Quiet ___ mouse : ASA
36. Mayo or cream cheese : SPREAD
38. Journalist, e.g. : WRITER
41. Heavyweight champ after Liston : ALI
42. Resistance units : OHMS
46. Kind of board at a nail salon : EMERY
47. Martini garnish : PIMENTOOLIVE
51. U.S.S. Enterprise counselor : TROI
52. Musical work : OPUS
53. Sound at a kennel : ARF
56. Conductor Bernstein : LEONARD
58. Shower cap? : RAINHAT
61. ___ and outs : INS
62. Bloody Mary garnish : CELERYSTICK
64. Prez before J.F.K. : DDE
65. Accustom : INURE
66. Actor Sal : MINEO
67. C.I.A. forerunner : OSS
68. Wanderer : NOMAD
69. Opposite of deletes, in typesetting : STETS
1. Nickname of a Yankee with a $275 million contract : AROD
2. Bulls in bullfights : TOROS
3. Missouri river or tribe : OSAGE
4. Popular Christmas dessert : MINCEPIE
5. ___ Genesis (old video game console) : SEGA
6. Being risked : ATSTAKE
7. ___-de-sac (dead-end street) : CUL
8. Noms de plume : ALIASES
9. Webster's, e.g.: Abbr. : DICT
10. Big name in small swimwear : SPEEDO
11. Station that's part of a TV network : AFFILIATE
12. Sour grapes type : SORELOSER
13. "... ___ no evil ..." : HEAR
18. Attorney General Holder : ERIC
22. Actor Chaney : LON
25. Org. with the New York Red Bulls and Los Angeles Galaxy : MLS
28. Once ___ lifetime : INA
29. ___ Jones Industrials : DOW
30. Not any : NARY
31. P.D.Q. : ASAP
32. Hair woe : SPLITENDS
33. Flowers on a proverbial path : PRIMROSES
37. . : DOT
39. Title for Mike Huckabee: Abbr. : REV
40. "That wasn't an empty threat!" : IMEANTIT
43. Gangster : HOODLUM
44. Swab, as a floor : MOP
45. Couldn't shpeak shtraight [hic]? : SLURRED
48. Long time : EON
49. B vitamin : NIACIN
50. "___, old chap!" : ISAY
54. German river whose valley is known for wine : RHINE
55. Side of a diamond : FACET
56. Adriatic resort near Venice : LIDO
57. Nevada city near Lake Tahoe : RENO
59. Beliefs : ISMS
60. Bout enders, for short : TKOS
63. ___ of Good Feelings : ERA

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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