New York Times, Monday, September 18, 2006

Author: Dave Tuller
Editor: Will Shortz
Dave Tuller
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QVX} This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Tuller. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Comedian Foxworthy : JEFF
5. Tiff : SPAT
9. Manhandle : PAWAT
14. Early TV role for Ron Howard : OPIE
15. Author Victor : HUGO
16. Comment to the audience : ASIDE
17. 1960's series about a boy and his bear : GENTLEBEN
19. Outsides of lemons and limes : RINDS
20. 12th-grader : SENIOR
21. Swiss-based relief group : REDCROSS
23. Johnny of "Pirates of the Caribbean" : DEPP
25. Itsy-bitsy : WEE
26. Choose : OPT
29. Greeting with a hug and a kiss, say : WARMWELCOME
35. Cawing birds : CROWS
37. Go bankrupt : FAIL
38. Ever and ___ : ANON
39. Kind of lamp at a luau : TIKI
40. Composer Franz : LISZT
41. Give temporarily : LEND
42. Genesis garden : EDEN
43. ___ Major : URSA
44. Popeye's burly foe : BLUTO
45. Feature of the Christian God : TENDERMERCY
48. Cathedral seat : PEW
49. Dernier ___ (the latest thing) : CRI
50. Cold and damp, as a basement : DANK
52. Home of a hypothetical monster : LOCHNESS
57. "I haven't the foggiest" : NOIDEA
61. Miss ___ of TV's "Dallas" : ELLIE
62. Compliment : KINDWORDS
64. Grabs (onto) : GLOMS
65. Object of devotion : IDOL
66. Mailed : SENT
67. "Full House" actor Bob : SAGET
68. Being nothing more than : MERE
69. "The Bridge on the River ___" : KWAI
1. Runs for exercise : JOGS
2. Sporting sword : EPEE
3. Huckleberry ___ : FINN
4. Offensive-smelling : FETID
5. Mountain climber's guide : SHERPA
6. Place to play darts : PUB
7. Chemical used by document forgers : AGER
8. Dial ___ : TONE
9. Package : PARCEL
10. "If memory serves …" : ASIRECALL
11. Overindulger of the grape : WINO
12. Throws in : ADDS
13. ___ Trueheart of "Dick Tracy" : TESS
18. Big name in movie theaters : LOEWS
22. Lived (in) : DWELT
24. Employer of flacks : PRFIRM
26. Santa's reindeer, minus Rudolph : OCTET
27. Egotist's sin : PRIDE
28. Subway coin : TOKEN
30. En ___ (as a group) : MASSE
31. Harry Potter, for one : WIZARD
32. Outdo by a little : ONEUP
33. Three-card scam : MONTE
34. Furnish with a fund : ENDOW
36. Porch music maker : WINDCHIME
40. Alison who won a Pulitzer for "Foreign Affairs" : LURIE
44. Previously, up to this point : BYNOW
46. Polar explorer Shackleton : ERNEST
47. Wick holder : CANDLE
51. Newsstand : KIOSK
52. Chicken drumsticks : LEGS
53. Earthenware pot : OLLA
54. Job for a drain cleaner : CLOG
55. Read over hurriedly : SKIM
56. Pro or con : SIDE
58. Provoked, as enemy fire : DREW
59. Poet ___ St. Vincent Millay : EDNA
60. Wine-producing region of Italy : ASTI
63. Neither hide ___ hair : NOR

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