New York Times, Saturday, September 26, 2009

Author: Joon Pahk
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 27 Missing: {QW} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. pahk. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Momentous 1960s convention : VATICANII
10. Transfix : RIVET
15. "Hold your horses!" : INAMOMENT
16. Cooking product : AROMA
17. Carefree : SANSSOUCI
18. Takes out : DATES
19. Right on : APT
20. King ___ : TUT
21. They may come with socks : SHINERS
23. ___ Beach (former home of Dodgertown) : VERO
25. Team known as the Americans until 1907 : REDSOX
27. MS. enclosure : SAE
28. Axiom producer : ISUZU
30. Enjoyed London or France : READ
31. Take out : KILL
32. Patron of barristers and notaries : STMARK
34. Swing set players? : BIGBANDS
36. Capital of East London : RAND
38. Bosom : DEAR
39. Domain of Paul Bunyan : FOLKLORE
43. Author of the controversial kids' book "In the Night Kitchen" : SENDAK
47. Flag in a garden : IRIS
48. Pope who excommunicated Martin Luther : LEOX
50. 1971-97 nation name : ZAIRE
51. Abbr. for some generals : RET
52. Nose-in-the-air types? : PLANES
54. Particle named for a letter of the alphabet : KAON
55. Nathaniel Hawthorne story subtitled "The Bosom-Serpent" : EGOTISM
57. Part of an Avignon address : RUE
59. Do without much daring? : BUN
60. 1-Across topic : LATIN
61. Put together : JUXTAPOSE
64. Hard to get a reaction out of : INERT
65. Judge's cry : OVERRULED
66. Where the owl and the pussycat went, in a poem : TOSEA
67. Cell organelle with microtubules : BASALBODY
1. In relation to : VISAVIS
2. "In the Mood," e.g. : ANAPEST
3. Fit : TANTRUM
4. Contacts 21st century-style : IMS
5. Fare, e.g. : COST
6. Dijon darling : AMOUR
7. Like it : NEUTER
8. Business end? : INC
9. "According to some ..." : ITISSAID
10. Base of a number system : RADIX
11. Bahai's birthplace : IRAN
12. Provides with a seat : VOTESIN
13. May symbol : EMERALD
14. Clothes hangers? : TASSELS
22. His #14 was retired by the Mets : HODGES
24. Location of the Boston Mountains and Buffalo River : OZARKS
26. Miss throwing a ball : DEB
29. Territory east of Ukraine on a Risk board : URAL
31. Egyptian temple complex near Luxor : KARNAK
33. Small rises : KNOLLS
35. "And a Voice to Sing With" memoirist : BAEZ
37. Worker's ideal : DREAMJOB
39. Romantic, perhaps : FIRELIT
40. Cousin of catnip : OREGANO
41. Figure of speech like "no mean feat" : LITOTES
42. Gigayear : EON
44. Game involving spinning a top on a string : DIABOLO
45. Like a cat playing in catnip : AROUSED
46. Successor to Powell on the Supreme Court : KENNEDY
49. Victor at Thermopylae, 480 B.C. : XERXES
52. One of a sailing trio : PINTA
53. Hindu maxim : SUTRA
56. Flag : TIRE
58. N.B.A. legend Monroe with a signature spin move : EARL
62. It was founded by Thos. Jefferson : UVA
63. Bath suds spot? : PUB

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