New York Times, Thursday, July 26, 2007

Author: Joe Krozel
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe Krozel
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 69, Blocks: 43 Missing: {JQVXZ} Featured Will Shortz favorite This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Krozel. NYT links: Across Lite

Notepad: While some Across clues in this puzzle are blank, every answer is in fact clued.
JimH notes: Every answer on the far right wraps around to the far left so, for example, 1 Across is not clued and the answer to 10 Across is NOT ONE.
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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
4. Common Halloween costumes : GHOSTS
10. Opposite of all : NOTONE
14. Went on and on : RANTED
15. Loser : ALSORAN
17. Hosts : EMCEES
18. Try, as something new : TESTOUT
21. Engine meas. : RPM
22. Like some low-rise buildings : THREESTORY
23. West Indies, e.g. : ISLES
25. Suffix with super : IOR
29. Inaugural oath starter : IDO
30. Places where fans may gather to watch a game : SPORTSBARS
35. End of a match : PIN
36. Noted 1829 West Point graduate : ROBERTELEE
38. Summer clock setting: Abbr. : DST
39. Buffoon : OAF
40. Deem appropriate : SEEFIT
43. Imitate : APE
44. Irish playwright who wrote "The Shadow of a Gunman" : SEANOCASEY
46. Bill of Rights freedom: Abbr. : REL
47. Countryman of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer : WESTGERMAN
48. "Monsters, ___" (2001 Pixar film) : INC
49. Long-billed wading bird : SNIPE
54. Shade of green : PEA
55. Target of chondrolaryngoplasty surgery : ADAMSAPPLE
60. English king who was the youngest son of William the Conqueror : HENRYI
62. Barely : BYANOSE
64. Canine coat? : ENAMEL
65. Comforting words : ITSOKAY
67. Some dips : SALSAS
68. What some browsers browse : THENET
1. Spanish card suit : OROS
2. Kind of mile: Abbr. : NAUT
3. Inner: Prefix : ENTO
4. London shades : GREYS
5. Part of a western sandwich : HAM
6. One way to buy things : ONCREDIT
7. Hamlet, to Claudius : STEPSON
8. Abound (with) : TEEM
9. Radical '60s org. : SDS
10. Card, e.g. : NLER
11. Bone: Prefix : OSSE
12. Bear : TOTE
15. Like a thumb struck with a hammer : ATHROB
20. Spring (from) : RISE
22. ___ the morning : TOPOF
24. Not really sing : LIPSYNC
25. Certain Middle Easterner : ISRAELI
26. Cloud up : BEFOG
27. One of the Honeymooners : ALICE
28. Fix, as a road : RETAR
31. Visit anew : RESEE
32. Mint dept. : TREAS
33. Blockage fix : STENT
38. Early American patriot Silas : DEANE
39. Guests may be greeted with them : OPENARMS
42. Symbol in Wal-Mart ads : SMILEY
43. Magazine locale : ARSENAL
44. Scand. language : SWED
50. Parts of beach kits : PAILS
51. Like some online forum postings: Abbr. : ANON
52. Move slowly (along) : POKE
53. H.S. exam : PSAT
54. Former Royals manager Tony : PENA
56. Somewhat : ABIT
57. Belief that toads cause warts, for example : MYTH
58. Encl. to facilitate a response : SASE
60. Guys : HES
61. Verily : YEA

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