New York Times, Thursday, July 26, 2012

Author: Joel Fagliano
Editor: Will Shortz
Joel Fagliano
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Rows: 15, Columns: 16, Words: 81, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JXZ} This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Fagliano. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

JimH notes: Rebus square are read as double-U going Across and as W going Down.
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© 2012, The New York Times
Across Down
1. White-robed figure of Greek mythology : FATE
5. Many an ad buy : TVSPOT
11. Hindu scripture : VEDA
15. 1975 Tony winner for Best Play : EQUUS
16. Bring back on : REHIRE
17. Target of some sprays : ODOR
18. Ones coming from the Arc de Triomphe? : RUES
19. Situated somewhere between two extremes : ONACONTINUUM
21. It orbited Earth 86,331 times : MIR
22. Brief promises? : IOUS
23. Urge to attack : SICON
24. Forever : INPERPETUUM
28. European blackbirds : MERLS
30. Home of Literature Nobelist Sigrid Undset : OSLO
31. Give approval : SAYOK
33. Station : STOP
34. 73-Across units: Abbr. : LBS
36. "Family Guy" wife : LOIS
38. Goofus : OAF
39. "Capeesh?" : DOYOUUNDERSTAND
44. Torque symbol : TAU
45. Echelon : TIER
46. Plastic surgeon's concern : SAG
47. Lead-in to boy : ATTA
49. 1894 opera set in Alexandria : THAIS
52. Jackson 5 features, slangily : FROS
55. Gymnasium floor choice : MAPLE
57. Will-o'-the-wisp : IGNISFATUUS
60. Lottery picks : BALLS
62. They may be drawn from a 63-Across : ALES
63. See 62-Across : TAP
64. Like some bags of food : VACUUMSEALED
67. Tea party attendee in "Alice in Wonderland" : HARE
68. "Ah, yes" : ISEE
69. Ceremony for a newborn : NAMING
70. Colorful dress : MUUMUU
71. Hideout : NEST
72. Rays' home, informally : STPETE
73. Figure in Newton's second law : MASS
1. Unit of length that's roughly the diameter of a proton : FERMI
2. Time's 1986 Woman of the Year : AQUINO
3. Jerks : TWERPS
4. Poet's ending? : ESS
5. Go together as a group : TROOP
6. Music halls, e.g. : VENUES
7. California county : SHASTA
8. Shot : PIC
9. "El tiempo es ___" (Spanish proverb) : ORO
10. Beauty marks? : TENS
11. Bass and soprano : VOICES
12. Best pal in a 1950s sitcom : EDNORTON
13. Many a modern purchase : DOWNLOAD
14. Gulf of Finland vis-à-vis the Baltic Sea : ARM
20. QB Tebow : TIM
22. Pioneering 1950 Isaac Asimov book : IROBOT
25. ___ May Clampett of 1960s TV : ELLY
26. Noah of "ER" : WYLE
27. Heath : MOOR
29. Lotion letters : SPF
32. Meet face-to-face? : KISS
35. "M*A*S*H" Emmy winner : SWIT
37. Mans : STAFFS
39. Researcher's electronic tool : DATABASE
40. Surpasses : OUTPACES
41. "M*A*S*H" drink : NEHI
42. Bummer : DRAG
43. Locale in "Slumdog Millionaire" : AGRA
44. Top for one who says "Top o' the mornin'"? : TAM
48. Totally wrong : ALLWET
50. How Perry Mason often caught the guilty : INALIE
51. Not providing any hints, say : SILENT
53. River to the St. Lawrence : OTTAWA
54. Has a hive mentality? : SWARMS
56. American ___ : ELM
58. Water chestnut, e.g. : SEDGE
59. Expels forcibly : SPEWS
61. Identity theft targets: Abbr. : SSNS
64. Sportscaster Scully : VIN
65. Parent's order : EAT
66. Stage item : AMP
67. "I wonder ..." : HMM

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