New York Times, Monday, September 27, 2010

Author: Janice M. Putney
Editor: Will Shortz
Janice M. Putney
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JV} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 8 for Ms. Putney. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Name repeated in the lyric "Whatever ___ wants, ___ gets" : LOLA
5. Teeter-totter : SEESAW
11. ___ Moines : DES
14. Apple computer : IMAC
15. Hitting of a golf ball : STROKE
16. Nothing's opposite : ALL
17. Shows petulant anger : PITCHESAFIT
19. "Fee, ___, foe, fum" : FIE
20. Cheri formerly of "S.N.L." : OTERI
21. Exam for H.S. seniors : SAT
22. Seep : OOZE
23. Gets lucky : CATCHESABREAK
27. Hot tar, e.g. : GOO
29. "Here ___ comes, Miss America" : SHE
30. Heir, but not an heiress : SON
31. ___ mater : ALMA
33. "Lucky Jim" author Kingsley : AMIS
36. Painter Picasso : PABLO
40. Doesn't stonewall, say : FIELDSAQUESTION
43. Pro ___ (perfunctory) : FORMA
44. Tiny time unit: Abbr. : NSEC
45. Like an omelet : EGGY
46. Toronto's prov. : ONT
48. ___ Pérignon : DOM
50. Lone Star State nickname : TEX
51. Reacts slightly : BATSANEYELASH
57. Run amok : RIOT
58. Cheer for a matador : OLE
59. "Ave ___" (Latin prayer) : MARIA
62. Fourth of July celebration inits. : USA
63. Shows affection unexpectedly : STEALSAKISS
66. They, in Marseille : ILS
67. Eight English kings : HENRYS
68. Fitzgerald known as the First Lady of Song : ELLA
69. Volleyball court divider : NET
70. How china may be sold : ASASET
71. Possible response to a grabby boyfriend : SLAP
1. Quick weight loss option, informally : LIPO
2. Leave out : OMIT
3. Recent arrival : LATECOMER
4. Ghana's capital : ACCRA
5. Opposite of NNW : SSE
6. Co. that oversees the 21-Across : ETS
7. Rub out : ERASE
8. Couches : SOFAS
9. Dogs whose tails curl up the back : AKITAS
10. Rainy : WET
11. Actor Willem : DAFOE
12. Doolittle of "Pygmalion" : ELIZA
13. Streamlined : SLEEK
18. Chart-toppers : HITS
22. Highly decorative : ORNATE
24. Addams who created "The Addams Family" : CHAS
25. Muscular fellow : HEMAN
26. Knocks on the noggin : BOPS
27. Large iron hook : GAFF
28. Medley : OLIO
32. Not quite : ALMOST
34. 100 is average for them : IQS
35. Soft leather : SUEDE
37. Cause of goose bumps, perhaps : BIGTHRILL
38. Pricey seating section : LOGE
39. Gem with colored bands : ONYX
41. Carvey who used to say "Well, isn't that special?" : DANA
42. Environmental sci. : ECOL
47. Gov't securities : TNOTES
49. Papa's partner : MAMA
51. Boston N.H.L.'er : BRUIN
52. Window or middle alternative : AISLE
53. Raise a glass to : TOAST
54. Justice Kagan : ELENA
55. Senior, junior and sophomore : YEARS
56. Rice wines : SAKES
60. Cuba, por ejemplo : ISLA
61. "Rush!," on an order : ASAP
63. ___ Na Na : SHA
64. Soapmaker's need : LYE
65. Fast jet, for short : SST

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