New York Times, Monday, September 24, 2007

Author: Fred Piscop
Editor: Will Shortz
Fred Piscop
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {KX} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 111 for Mr. Piscop. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Put out, as a fire : DOUSE
6. Furry TV extraterrestrial : ALF
9. Arouse, as interest : PIQUE
14. "In my opinion ..." : IDSAY
15. Place for sheep to graze : LEA
16. Mrs. Bush : LAURA
17. Utensil used with flour : SIEVE
18. Perry Mason's field : LAW
19. Out of kilter : AMISS
20. Old "Tonight Show" intro : HERESJOHNNY
23. Fork over : PAY
24. Word after show or know : HOW
25. Bygone Rambler mfr. : AMC
27. Classic arcade game : PACMAN
31. Set free : RELEASED
36. Pungent-smelling : ACRID
37. Expensive tooth filling material : GOLD
38. Sport with beefy grapplers : SUMO
39. Admonition to a showboating athlete : THERESNOIINTEAM
42. Notes after do : REMI
43. Doll's cry : MAMA
44. Almost any doo-wop tune : OLDIE
45. What a driver's license shows proof of : IDENTITY
47. Makes tough : STEELS
48. Understood : GOT
49. By way of : VIA
50. "Cheers" bartender : SAM
53. Kid's book with a hidden character : WHERESWALDO
60. Atlantic or Pacific : OCEAN
62. Buddhist sect : ZEN
63. Squirrel away : HOARD
64. Suspect's story : ALIBI
65. Stephen of "The Crying Game" : REA
66. Out of favor, informally : INBAD
67. Derby prize : PURSE
68. The whole shebang : ALL
69. Activities in 57-Down : TESTS
1. Satellite TV receiver : DISH
2. Garfield's pal, in the funnies : ODIE
3. ___-friendly (simple to operate) : USER
4. Put money in the bank : SAVE
5. Poker player's headgear : EYESHADE
6. Give the O.K. : ALLOW
7. Wife of Jacob : LEAH
8. Young Bambi : FAWN
9. Benchwarmer's plea : PLAYME
10. The Beatles' "___ the Walrus" : IAM
11. Wit's remark : QUIP
12. Celestial bear : URSA
13. "Piece of cake!" : EASY
21. Rock's Bon Jovi : JON
22. Nita of silent films : NALDI
26. Windsor, notably : CASTLE
27. Father: Prefix : PATRI
28. Felt sore : ACHED
29. Oreo's filling : CREME
30. Sinking in mud : MIRING
31. Hardly cramped : ROOMY
32. Director Kazan : ELIA
33. Napped leather : SUEDE
34. Cybermessages : EMAIL
35. Stadium toppers : DOMES
37. Pesky swarmer : GNAT
40. Most common U.S. surname : SMITH
41. Zero : NOTAWHIT
46. Local noncollegian, to a collegian : TOWNIE
47. Bro's sibling : SIS
49. Open to bribery : VENAL
50. Suds maker : SOAP
51. Rights org. : ACLU
52. Golda of Israel : MEIR
54. Poet Pound : EZRA
55. Walk drunkenly : REEL
56. Top-rated : AONE
57. Features of science classes : LABS
58. "Dang!" : DRAT
59. 5:2, e.g., at a racetrack : ODDS
61. Muscles to crunch : ABS

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