New York Times, Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Author: Randall J. Hartman
Editor: Will Shortz
Randall J. Hartman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQVX} This is puzzle # 56 for Mr. Hartman. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Old-fashioned phono : HIFI
5. "No problemo" : CANDO
10. Smoky European peak : ETNA
14. ___ Islands of Galway Bay : ARAN
15. More like a wallflower : SHIER
16. After that : THEN
17. The art of masonry, in Boston? : HODSCIENCE
19. Pucker-producing : TART
20. Adams who photographed Yosemite : ANSEL
21. Electronic music pioneer Robert : MOOG
22. Comprehensive : ATOZ
23. Bar total : TAB
25. "My bad!" : OOPS
27. Recipe amt. : TSP
30. Most revered person in the land, in Boston? : NATIONALGOD
36. Computer woe : WORM
38. Pendulum paths : ARCS
39. Hang around : TARRY
40. La Scala highlight : ARIA
41. Cubs' homes : LAIRS
43. Fuel that's shoveled : COAL
44. Less desirable turkey parts : NECKS
46. Signature part: Abbr. : INIT
47. "Cómo ___?" : ESTA
48. Saying hi to some food fish, in Boston? : GREETINGCOD
51. D.C. V.I.P. : SEN
52. F.B.I. agent : GMAN
53. Director Craven : WES
55. Skipper's cry : AHOY
57. Skipper's direction : ALEE
61. Calculus calculation : LIMIT
65. Eardrum-busting : LOUD
66. Finishing school for models, in Boston? : BODCOLLEGE
68. "Animal House" party attire : TOGA
69. For crying out loud, e.g. : IDIOM
70. Andy's sidekick, in old radio : AMOS
71. ___-dokey : OKEY
72. Most driver's ed students : TEENS
73. Database command : SORT
1. LOL, spoken : HAHA
2. Unwrinkle : IRON
3. The twist, once, and others : FADS
4. Miniature map : INSET
5. TV drama with multiple spinoffs : CSI
6. "Um, pardon me ..." : AHEM
7. Spanish boy : NINO
8. Like Erté's style : DECO
9. Salem's home : OREGON
10. Sundance Kid's girlfriend : ETTAPLACE
11. "Yuck!" : THATSGROSS
12. Detective Wolfe of fiction : NERO
13. Animated bug movie of 1998 : ANTZ
18. Extended family : CLAN
24. Jezebel's idol : BAAL
26. Feedbag morsel : OAT
27. Country singer's sound : TWANG
28. More ticked off : SORER
29. Earn windfall profits, perhaps : PRICEGOUGE
31. Wabash Cannonball, e.g. : TRAIN
32. Cake topper : ICING
33. "Hamlet" courtier : OSRIC
34. Use a soapbox : ORATE
35. Bob who sang "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall" : DYLAN
37. Challenge from Dirty Harry : MAKEMYDAY
42. Tuck away : STOW
45. B & O stop: Abbr. : STA
49. Soon : INABIT
50. Compaq competitor : DELL
54. "___ Marner" : SILAS
55. Voice below soprano : ALTO
56. End of a wooden arm : HOOK
58. Prospector's discovery : LODE
59. Falco of "The Sopranos" : EDIE
60. Supply-and-demand subj. : ECON
62. Office reminder : MEMO
63. Assistant with a hunch? : IGOR
64. Midterm, e.g. : TEST
67. Sounds of meditation : OMS

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