New York Times, Thursday, August 23, 2007

Author: Joe Krozel
Editor: Will Shortz
Note: this was published as a uniclue puzzle in print.
All the clues appear in a single list, combining Across and Down. When two answers share a number, they also share a clue.
Joe Krozel
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 39 Missing: {FHJMQYZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Krozel. NYT links: Across Lite

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Notepad: The clues in the print version of this puzzle appear in a single list, combining Across and Down. Where two answers share a number, the unclued Down answer is a homophone of the corresponding Across answer.
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© 2007, The New York Times
Clues
1. Obstruction at the entrance to a cave, maybe : BOULDER / BOLDER
2. Rarely used golf club : ONEIRON
3. Picture on a $50 bill : USGRANT
4. Drip, say : LEAK
5. Seventh-century year : DCL
6. Want ad abbr. : EOE
7. Some needle holders, for short : RNS
8. Like jail cells : BARRED / BARD
9. Makes like : APES
10. Connecticut or Colorado: Abbr. : RIV
11. Touch up, as a painting : RESTORE
12. Country named for its location on the globe : ECUADOR
13. Bring down : DEPRESS
14. Having hit a double : ONSECOND
15. Neuter : DESEX
16. For one : APIECE
17. Party of the first part and party of the second part, e.g. : LEGALESE
18. Gets going : REVSUP
19. Weapon in old hand-to-hand fighting : DIRK
20. Does some yard work : SODS
21. One famously begins "O Wild West Wind, thou breath of Autumn's being" : ODE
22. Carcinogenic substance : TAR
23. Victorian ___ : ERA
24. Headquartered : BASED / BASTE
25. Lowers the cuffs on, maybe : ALTERS
26. Legis. period : SESS
27. Point to : BODE / BOWED
28. Wood of the Rolling Stones : RON
29. ___ Nikolaevich, last czarevitch of Russia : ALEXEI
30. Queen of France in Shakespeare's "Henry V" : ISABEL
31. Rich Spanish decorations : OROS
32. Big blasts, informally : NTESTS
33. Duck down : EIDER
34. Tailors : SEWERS
35. Social register listees : ELITE
36. Residents: Suffix : ITES
37. Seat at a hootenanny : BALE / BAIL
38. Place for a guard : BORDER / BOARDER
39. Recondite : OBSCURE
40. Shoulder muscle : ROTATOR
41. Tolerates : ABIDES
42. Logged : ENTERED
43. Singer who founded Reprise Records : SINATRA
44. Letter before Peter in old radio lingo : OBOE
45. Bygone council : SOVIET
46. Donations at some clinics : OVA
47. Essential : VITAL
48. "___ for nest" : NIS
49. Accent : STRESS
50. NASA subj. : ASTR
51. French town : VILLE
52. Contents of some shells : TNT
53. Audio equipment pioneer : RCA
54. Wiped out : BEAT / BEET
55. Verb of which "sum" is a form : ESSE
56. Campsite visitor : BEAR / BARE
57. Job specifications : DUTIES
58. ___ B. Wells, early civil rights advocate : IDA
59. Individually : ALACARTE
60. Race unit : LAP
61. Blood type letters : ABO
62. Calculator button : COS
63. Wears down : ERODES
64. Work force : LABORERS
65. Grade again : RERATE
66. Pretended to be : POSEDAS

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