New York Times, Monday, September 26, 2005

Author: Ethan Cooper
Editor: Will Shortz
Ethan Cooper
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQVZ} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Cooper. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Top stories of barns : LOFTS
6. With 26-Across, Massachusetts resort area : CAPE
10. Toot one's horn : BRAG
14. Onetime Dutch fad item : TULIP
15. "'Potpourri' for a thousand, ___" : ALEX
16. Mother of Apollo and Artemis : LETO
17. Theater school study : DRAMA
18. ___ Ness monster : LOCH
19. Natural soother : ALOE
20. Any of the Stones or the Who, e.g. : ROCKMUSICIANS
23. Multichanneled : STEREO
25. It may have screwdrivers on it : BARTAB
26. See 6-Across : COD
27. Moving jerkily : SPASTIC
31. English cathedral site : ELY
32. Bettors' promises, e.g. : IOUS
34. Cave : GROTTO
36. White-collar crime investigators follow them : PAPERTRAILS
40. Patronize, as a restaurant : DINEAT
41. Barbie or Ken : DOLL
44. Cumberland ___ : GAP
47. Default modes : PRESETS
50. Vote in favor : AYE
51. Start of a cry by Juliet : OROMEO
53. Didn't talk smoothly : RASPED
55. Sidestroke features : SCISSORSKICKS
59. Hourglass fill : SAND
60. See 2-Down : TOWN
61. Loathes : HATES
64. Look ___ (study) : INTO
65. Author Wiesel : ELIE
66. Les ___-Unis : ETATS
67. Shells out : PAYS
68. Indoor arena feature : DOME
69. Not saying much : TERSE
1. Inc., abroad : LTD
2. With 60-Across, Thornton Wilder play : OUR
3. Recurred, as an ailment : FLAREDUP
4. East ___ (U.N. member since 2002) : TIMOR
5. They may be wide open : SPACES
6. Tranquility : CALM
7. Outfielder Moises : ALOU
8. Chest muscles, briefly : PECS
9. Most damning evidence, maybe : EXHIBITA
10. "The ___ Witch Project" : BLAIR
11. Tell : RELATE
12. Lacking a key, in music : ATONAL
13. Is called : GOESBY
21. Keystone ___ (old comedy figure) : KOP
22. Spiny plants : CACTI
23. Physics, for one: Abbr. : SCI
24. Overly : TOO
28. What "I" and "am" do : AGREE
29. Niñas: Abbr. : SRTAS
30. Rich dessert : TORTE
33. Unhappy : SAD
35. The "O" in G.O.P. : OLD
37. Church organ features : PIPES
38. Deep-seated : ENROOTED
39. Susan Lucci, notably : SOAPSTAR
42. Strong alkaline : LYE
43. Batted first, with "off" : LED
44. Grapevine contents : GOSSIP
45. Obscure matters : ARCANA
46. Like the tops of dunce caps : POINTY
48. Prefix with state : TRI
49. Fragrant pouch : SACHET
52. Windows predecessor : MSDOS
54. Play ice hockey : SKATE
56. Caramel candy brand : ROLO
57. Sink's alternative : SWIM
58. Elbow's lower counterpart : KNEE
62. Aliens, for short : ETS
63. Reverse of NNW : SSE

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