New York Times, Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 148 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Appropriate-sounding papal name : PIUS
5. Word on a headstone : BORN
9. Gulped bar drinks : SHOTS
14. Waffle brand : EGGO
15. "East of Eden" director Kazan : ELIA
16. Kind of typing : TOUCH
17. They have a chilling effect : COLDSNAPS
19. Exterior : OUTER
20. Skating great Yamaguchi : KRISTI
21. Doubting Thomas, for one : APOSTLE
23. Top guns : ACES
26. Ancient : AGEOLD
27. Not imaginary : CONCRETE
31. Gun : REV
32. "___ directed" : USEAS
33. Unswerving : TRUE
35. Popular brand of lingerie : OLGA
39. Excellent, slangily : PHAT
40. Word that can follow the starts of 17- and 61-Across and 10- and 30-Down : CALLS
41. "One Tree Hill" target viewer : TEEN
42. Jack-tar : SALT
43. X ___ xylophone : ASIN
44. Gave up : CEDED
45. Cut (off) : LOP
47. Port of Japan : NAGASAKI
49. Scam : FLEECE
52. Rod and reel, e.g. : GEAR
53. Harvesting team : REAPERS
55. Subdued : LOWKEY
60. Departmental opening? : INTRA
61. 1983 Burt Lancaster film : LOCALHERO
64. "Keep your ___ the ball" : EYEON
65. Surefooted goat : IBEX
66. In the thick of : AMID
67. ___ of time : SANDS
68. Runtish : TINY
69. "___ Lisa" : MONA
1. Pickled peppers measure : PECK
2. Famed lab assistant : IGOR
3. Wrinkled fruit : UGLI
4. Landscapers' supplies : SODS
5. "No nasty comments!" : BENICE
6. Commercial suffix with Rock : OLA
7. Abbr. on a headstone : RIP
8. G-suit acronym : NASA
9. Laughingstock : STOOGE
10. Congressional Record info : HOUSEVOTES
11. ___ lunch : OUTTO
12. Kind of count in a blood test : TCELL
13. Bit, as of evidence : SHRED
18. General's display : STARS
22. Whittles (down) : PARES
24. Singer James and others : ETTAS
25. "The Twilight Zone" host : SERLING
27. Recipe measures : CUPS
28. Hazmat regulator : OSHA
29. "Hud" Oscar winner : NEAL
30. Rancher's equipment : CATTLEPROD
34. Ones touching elbows : ULNAE
36. Spartan queen : LEDA
37. Techie, stereotypically : GEEK
38. Me, myself ___ : ANDI
40. Escapade : CAPER
44. Song often sung outdoors : CAROL
46. Where the buoys are? : OCEANS
48. Astronomical study : GALAXY
49. Alternative to onion rings : FRIES
50. Actress Lotte : LENYA
51. Ingested : EATEN
54. Skirt feature : SLIT
56. "Pow!" : WHAM
57. ___ sabe : KEMO
58. Land o' blarney : ERIN
59. "Star Wars" sage : YODA
62. Part of a geisha's attire : OBI
63. 100 yrs. : CEN

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