New York Times, Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Author: Robert W. Harris
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert W. Harris
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 37 Missing: {FQ} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Harris. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. When repeated, a hit 1997 movie : LIAR
5. Secret supply : STASH
10. Ballet leap : JETE
14. "I've got this one" : ONME
15. Justice who took O'Connor's seat on the Supreme Court : ALITO
16. Assert as a fact : AVER
17. Index, middle, ring and pinkie fingers? : THUMBSCREW
19. City founded by Pizarro in 1535 : LIMA
20. Hodgepodges : OLIOS
21. Loudness units : BELS
23. Some platters : LPS
24. Because of : DUETO
25. Strike : RAP
26. Location of the Labyrinth of Minos : CRETE
28. Guess: Abbr. : EST
29. "Lord, make me impervious to Raid"? : BUGSPRAYER
31. WKRP's Les : NESSMAN
34. Spot alternative : ROVER
35. Puff : TOKE
36. Edson Arantes do Nascimento, to fans : PELE
37. Victor at Gettysburg : MEADE
39. Compromised one's values : SOLDOUT
43. Reason everyone whispered during the afternoon on Gilligan's island? : GINGERSNAP
46. MapQuest abbr. : RTE
47. It may follow East or West in London : ENDER
48. Thames island : AIT
49. ___ Hawkins Day : SADIE
51. Prefix with natal : NEO
52. Dark time, in ads : NITE
54. Steve Martin's "___ Shoes" : CRUEL
55. Slips up : ERRS
57. Excursion for Jerry Seinfeld or Chris Rock? : COMICSTRIP
60. China piece : VASE
61. Norelco competitor : BRAUN
62. Anise-flavored liqueur : OUZO
63. ___ Cross, James Patterson detective : ALEX
64. Mork's pal : MINDY
65. Hied : SPED
1. Tract : LOT
2. Not contracted out, say : INHOUSE
3. Charms : AMULETS
4. Pay : REMIT
5. Lip : SASS
6. It's owned by Discovery Communications : TLC
7. It might suddenly blow up : AIRBAG
8. Gets into hot water? : STEEPS
9. Wind sound : HOWL
10. Tokyo-based carrier : JAL
11. Whammy : EVILEYE
12. The Great ___ (Satan) : TEMPTER
13. Knockout punch, in boxing slang : ERASER
18. It might make you start : BOO
22. Navigate a Web page, in a way : SCROLL
24. TV spot, typically : DEN
25. Letter to Odin? : RUNE
27. Expressed enthusiasm : RAVED
29. Tub trio member : BAKER
30. Hospital area, briefly : PREOP
32. All the world, it's said : STAGE
33. Like Cubism and Pop Art : MODERN
36. Juniors' hurdle: Abbr. : PSAT
37. Feldspar, e.g. : MINERAL
38. Sign, in a way : ENDORSE
40. "Waitress, your dish is ready!" : ORDERUP
41. Put into service : UTILIZE
42. Ball supporter : TEE
43. Palace of Nations locale : GENEVA
44. Buddhist state : SATORI
45. Harvard's ___ Foundation for Journalism : NIEMAN
49. Official name for a 7-Down: Abbr. : SRS
50. Holders of 7-Downs : AUTOS
53. Nuclear weapon delivery device, for short : ICBM
54. Sch. Woody Allen flunked out of : CCNY
56. Application datum : SEX
58. Alternative to the pill, briefly : IUD
59. Group of seals : POD

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