New York Times, Monday, July 31, 2006

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FJQV} This is puzzle # 147 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. House in Spain : CASA
5. Keach of the small screen : STACY
10. Peter the Great, for one : CZAR
14. European auto : OPEL
15. Machine shop tool : LATHE
16. River to the Seine : OISE
17. Little ___, Dickens girl : NELL
18. Place for sketches : ARTISTSPAD
20. Introduction in a Dr. Seuss book : IAMSAMSAMIAM
22. Go on all fours : CRAWL
23. Coffee dispenser : URN
24. Computer data holders : DISKS
28. Order that may be scrambled or sunny-side up : EGGS
30. Passed, as laws : ENACTED
32. Onetime Illinois governor Stevenson : ADLAI
34. "See ya!" : BYE
35. Golfer Ernie : ELS
36. Introduction in "Moby-Dick" : CALLMEISHMAEL
40. U.S./Gr. Brit. separator : ATL
41. 6 on a phone pad : MNO
42. Answer : REPLY
43. Like Marcel Duchamp's "Mona Lisa" : GOATEED
46. Jolt provider in a car : BUMP
47. Typical Court TV programming : TRIAL
48. Berlin's land: Abbr. : GER
50. Showbiz twin Mary-Kate or Ashley : OLSEN
54. Introduction in an NBC sitcom : MYNAMEISEARL
57. Cleans up financially : MAKESAMINT
60. 100% : PURE
61. Line of rotation : AXIS
62. Dweebs : NERDS
63. Like ___ not : ITOR
64. ___ messaging (modern communication) : TEXT
65. Judge the value of, as ore : ASSAY
66. Congers : EELS
1. Shaped like a dunce cap : CONIC
2. "… partridge in ___ tree" : APEAR
3. 1965 Alabama march site : SELMA
4. "Things are fine …" : ALLSWELL
5. Door-closing sound : SLAM
6. Set of foot bones : TARSUS
7. Perfume from petals : ATTAR
8. Passageways for Santa : CHIMNEYS
9. "Can" opener? : YESI
10. "Like wow, man" : COSMIC
11. Five-digit number on an envelope : ZIP
12. Happy ___ lark : ASA
13. Ketchup-colored : RED
19. "Look, I did it!" : TADA
21. Like pond scum : ALGAL
25. Stainless ___ : STEEL
26. Clarkson who won the first "American Idol" : KELLY
27. Radical 60's grp. : SDS
29. "Hand it over, buster!" : GIMME
31. First P.M. of modern India : NEHRU
32. Thespian : ACTOR
33. ___ Lama : DALAI
34. Life story : BIO
37. Chess finales : ENDGAMES
38. Office messages : MEMOS
39. With mom, symbol of Americanism : APPLEPIE
40. 15-percenter: Abbr. : AGT
44. Least wild : TAMEST
45. Tarzan player Ron and others : ELYS
46. Starr of the comics : BRENDA
49. Mideast leaders : EMIRS
51. Cook, as onions : SAUTE
52. Swashbuckler Flynn : ERROL
53. Mets and Cubs, for short : NLERS
55. "Peter Pan" dog : NANA
56. ___-bitsy : ITSY
57. Small rug : MAT
58. Logger's tool : AXE
59. General Mills cereal : KIX

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