New York Times, Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Author: Patrick Blindauer
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Blindauer
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Blindauer. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Lovers' scrap : SPAT
5. Nanki-Poo's father : MIKADO
11. Cabinet dept. : AGR
14. Samovars : URNS
15. Artillery unit member : GUNNER
16. Some eggs : ROE
17. McGarrett's TV catchphrase : BOOKEMDANNO
19. Unit of RAM : MEG
20. Father figure? : PRIEST
21. By way of : VIA
22. 600-homer club member : SOSA
23. Alights : LANDS
24. Question for a hitchhiker : NEEDALIFT
26. Giant in Cooperstown : OTT
27. Eggs, in labs : OVA
29. Biblical landing spot : ARARAT
30. Putting a toe in the water, say : TEST
32. Hockey position : WING
35. Paris Métro station next to a music center : OPERA
36. Shout from the phone : ITSFORYOU
39. Resident of Medina : SAUDI
42. ___' Pea : SWEE
43. Type size : PICA
47. Cause of odd weather : ELNINO
49. Wrap up : END
51. ___ de plume : NOM
52. Chevy truck slogan, once : LIKEAROCK
55. John of London : ELTON
57. Ward (off) : FEND
58. Sellout sign : SRO
59. World Cup chant : OLEOLE
60. Italian diminutive suffix : INO
61. Singles bar repertoire (and a hint to 17-, 24-, 36- and 52-Across) : PICKUPLINES
63. Make darts, say : SEW
64. Cry after "Psst!" : INHERE
65. For fear that : LEST
66. Farm brooder : HEN
67. Casually add : TOSSIN
68. Pseudocultured : ARTY
1. Side story : SUBPLOT
2. Apportion, as costs : PRORATE
3. Rubs oil on : ANOINTS
4. Clicked one's tongue : TSKED
5. Ones minding the store: Abbr. : MGMT
6. Birth control option, briefly : IUD
7. Scalawag : KNAVE
8. ___ Hall, Diane Keaton role : ANNIE
9. "Gracias" response : DENADA
10. Cortés's prize : ORO
11. Tall wardrobe : ARMOIRE
12. Succeeds in a big way : GOESFAR
13. Yachting event : REGATTA
18. "Happy Motoring" brand : ESSO
22. Top-notch, to a Brit : SLAPUP
24. Innocents : NAIFS
25. Suffix with buck : AROO
28. Bugs on a highway : VWS
31. Straightened (up) : TIDIED
33. "___ what?" : NOW
34. Rosetta stone language : GREEK
37. Yothers of "Family Ties" : TINA
38. Kobe cash : YEN
39. Me-first : SELFISH
40. Property recipient, in law : ALIENEE
41. Hardly a celebrity : UNKNOWN
44. Chanter : INTONER
45. Least ruffled : COOLEST
46. General pardon : AMNESTY
48. "Twelfth Night" lover : ORSINO
50. Secluded valley : DELL
53. Violists' places: Abbr. : ORCHS
54. Burger go-withs : COKES
56. Hyams of 1920s-'30s films : LEILA
59. Shop window sign : OPEN
61. Word with boss or bull : PIT
62. New England state sch. : URI

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