New York Times, Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Author: Michael Black
Editor: Will Shortz
Michael Black
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Black. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Doorframe part : JAMB
5. ___ Vecchio (Florence landmark) : PONTE
10. Can't-miss event : MUST
14. Bridge maven Sharif : OMAR
15. What some sprays eliminate : ODORS
16. Bouillabaisse, e.g. : STEW
17. [White] : SPEEDLIMIT
19. PBS science series : NOVA
20. Put down some chips : MAKEABET
22. Tool for a confident solver : PEN
23. Sound engineer's control : FADER
26. [Yellow] : DEERXING
28. Without a time limit, as a contract : OPENEND
31. Bring together : AMASS
32. DVR button : REC
33. No-calorie drink : DIETSODA
37. [Green] : EXIT
39. Richards of the Stones : KEITH
40. [Red] : STOP
44. Jan Brady player on "The Brady Bunch" : EVEPLUMB
47. Emissions watchdog, for short : EPA
48. Long look : STARE
51. Just barely : BYAHAIR
53. [Blue] : HOSPITAL
57. Professional with an apron : BAKER
58. Table scrap : ORT
59. Texas flag feature : LONESTAR
62. Water : AQUA
64. [Orange] : MENWORKING
68. Troubadour's instrument : LUTE
69. Patronize, as a restaurant : EATAT
70. Rock's Better Than ___ : EZRA
71. Professor Marvel in "The Wizard of Oz," e.g. : SEER
72. Dungeon hardware : IRONS
73. In need of recharging : DEAD
1. "___ Boys" (Louisa May Alcott book) : JOS
2. Hearing aid? : AMP
3. West of Hollywood : MAE
4. German port on the Weser : BREMEN
5. President after Tyler : POLK
6. Jim Davis cartoon dog : ODIE
7. One without a permanent address : NOMAD
8. Cleveland Indians nickname, with "the" : TRIBE
9. Cosmetician Lauder : ESTEE
10. Yahoo! competitor : MSN
11. Perfect place : UTOPIA
12. Most common dice rolls : SEVENS
13. Jew's-harp sounds : TWANGS
18. Had the guts : DARED
21. Like much folk music: Abbr. : TRAD
23. Links alert : FORE
24. Very top : APEX
25. Tenth: Prefix : DECI
27. Present time, briefly : XMAS
29. "Swoosh" company : NIKE
30. How a quarterback may throw a ball : DEEP
34. Up to, in ads : TIL
35. Ballgame souvenir : STUB
36. "Good golly!" : OHMY
38. U. of Maryland player : TERP
41. Furniture hardwood : TEAK
42. Early Ron Howard role : OPIE
43. Henry VIII's sixth, Catherine ___ : PARR
45. Bit of bridal attire : VEIL
46. Kid-lit elephant : BABAR
48. Lighthouse locales : SHOALS
49. Rotational force : TORQUE
50. Sharp as a tack : ASTUTE
52. Listened, old-style : HARKED
54. Marisa of "My Cousin Vinny" : TOMEI
55. Close to, in poetry : ANEAR
56. Slowly, on a score : LENTO
60. Bird in a bevy : SWAN
61. Preschoolers : TOTS
63. ___ Lingus : AER
65. Suffix with moral or popular : IZE
66. Gun lobby org. : NRA
67. Roam (about) : GAD

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