New York Times, Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Author: Lee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
Editor: Will Shortz
Lee Glickstein
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2611/24/20024/1/201022
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1.60100
Nancy Salomon
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1868/13/199511/7/2012116
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1.581521

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 20 for Mr. Glickstein. This is puzzle # 165 for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Related : AKIN
5. Acted like : APED
9. ___-Detoo of "Star Wars" : ARTOO
14. Glass piece : PANE
15. Olympic rings, for one : LOGO
16. Heinz canful : BEANS
17. 1981 Paul Newman/Sally Field film : ABSENCEOFMALICE
20. Loving murmur : COO
21. 9-Across, e.g., informally : BOT
22. Vain : FUTILE
23. Hidden asset : HOLECARD
26. Oppressor : DESPOT
28. Part of E.M.T.: Abbr. : EMER
29. Strident complaint : YAWP
31. Place for a buzzer : HIVE
32. AOL, e.g.: Abbr. : ISP
35. Catch red-handed : NAIL
37. Cooler : PEN
38. Hose site : VACUUMCLEANER
42. It can give you a sinking feeling : BOG
43. About : INRE
44. Where to find sweaters : SPA
45. Mayberry souse : OTIS
47. Some basketball players: Abbr. : CTRS
49. Diamond protector : TARP
53. Separate : DETACH
55. Most-used key : SPACEBAR
58. Like a sunny room : DAYLIT
60. Dander : IRE
61. Oklahoma native : OTO
62. What 17-, 23-, 38- and 55-Across have : NOTHINGINCOMMON
65. Four for four, say : SWEEP
66. French abstraction : IDEE
67. Touch : ABUT
68. Rooney and Roddick : ANDYS
69. Crossing point : FORD
70. This, to Teodoro : ESTO
1. Army helicopter : APACHE
2. Not just a bang : KABOOM
3. Loafer liner : INSOLE
4. Name part in some alumni directories : NEE
5. Maker of Reynolds Wrap : ALCOA
6. Bookstore section : POETRY
7. Conceit : EGO
8. Tip politely : DOFF
9. Taper off : ABATE
10. Find yummy : RELISH
11. Meineke stock item : TAILPIPE
12. Quick look : ONCEOVER
13. Sugar suffix : OSE
18. Original "Bonanza" airer : NBC
19. Chocolaty desserts : MUDPIES
24. Rock's Clapton : ERIC
25. "American Bandstand" extras : DANCERS
27. Jack's inferior : TEN
30. Retail store opening? : WAL
33. ___ generis (unique) : SUI
34. Start the workday, maybe : PUNCHIN
36. Big lead in a race : LAP
38. Defeat democratically : VOTEDOWN
39. Worked up : AGITATED
40. "The A-Team" actor : MRT
41. "Big" kid in the comics : NATE
42. Physique, informally : BOD
46. Catchphrase for Willie Mays : SAYHEY
48. Actor Brent of "Star Trek: T.N.G." : SPINER
50. Causes of Bikini blasts : ABOMBS
51. Tell on : RATOUT
52. Immediately : PRONTO
54. Film teasers : CLIPS
56. Like most football passes : ARCED
57. Corp. V.I.P. : CEO
59. End-of-the-week cheer : TGIF
62. Secret org. : NSA
63. Union agreement? : IDO
64. Fannie ___ : MAE

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