New York Times, Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Author: Steve Salitan
Editor: Will Shortz
Steve Salitan
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 39 Missing: {GQV} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Salitan. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. 1960s "Bye!" : PEACE
6. ___ de Boulogne (Paris park) : BOIS
10. Web site with a "Buy It Now" option : EBAY
14. Trip planner's aid : ATLAS
15. Way back when : ONCE
16. Miser's cry : MINE
17. Angle symbol, in trigonometry : THETA
18. Mark in a margin : STET
19. Have ___ (lose it) : ACOW
20. Iodine in a barber's first-aid kit? : EARCUTSOLUTION
23. Ultimate degree : NTH
24. Passbook abbr. : DEP
25. Vamp Negri : POLA
26. Doofus given a pink slip? : ASSDISMISSED
31. Root used as a soap substitute : AMOLE
34. Balancing pro : CPA
35. Philosopher Mo-___ : TZE
36. Dim bulb, so to speak : DULLARD
39. Hobby kit with a colony : ANTFARM
42. Sans affiliation: Abbr. : IND
43. Muff : ERR
45. Caffeine-laden nuts : KOLAS
46. One modifying goals? : AIMSADJUSTOR
51. Texas ___ M : AAND
52. One with a 6-yr. term : SEN
53. Tokyo, to shoguns : EDO
56. Cronus and Rhea's barbecue remains? : ASHOFTHETITANS
60. Official proceedings : ACTA
61. Municipal laws: Abbr. : ORDS
62. Like some checking accounts : NOFEE
63. Title in an Uncle Remus story : BRER
64. Unlucky number for Caesar? : XIII
65. Influence ... and a hint to 20-, 26-, 46- and 56-Across : CLOUT
66. Anti-snakebite supplies, e.g. : SERA
67. Superheroes of comics : XMEN
68. Well-versed : ADEPT
1. Party spread : PATE
2. One of the Coens : ETHAN
3. Argus-eyed : ALERT
4. Odds-and-ends category : CATCHALL
5. Son of Isaac : ESAU
6. Ordered (around) : BOSSED
7. Germane : ONTOPIC
8. Home of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano: Abbr. : ICEL
9. Eighth-inning hurler, often : SETUPMAN
10. Many résumé submissions, these days : EMAILS
11. Like a New York/Los Angeles romance : BICOASTAL
12. In a bit : ANON
13. Bow wood : YEW
21. Results of most 100-yd. returns : TDS
22. You, to Yves : TOI
27. Serpent's home : SEA
28. Curative locale : SPA
29. Cornell of Cornell University : EZRA
30. 2012 Charlotte conventioneers: Abbr. : DEMS
31. Sarah McLachlan hit : ADIA
32. Bond that's often tax-free, for short : MUNI
33. Rembrandt, notably : OLDMASTER
37. Player of a TV junkman : REDDFOXX
38. Hoopster Erving, to fans : DRJ
40. End-of-fight letters : TKO
41. Predicted : FORETOLD
44. "The Satanic Verses" novelist : RUSHDIE
47. Much of Libya : SAHARA
48. Mayo is part of it : ANO
49. Greets at the door : SEESIN
50. What might make molehills out of a mountain? : TNT
54. Willem of "Platoon" : DAFOE
55. Best : ONEUP
56. Spread unit : ACRE
57. At one's fighting weight, say : TRIM
58. Machu Picchu builder : INCA
59. Paving stone : SETT
60. Gym rat's "six-pack" : ABS

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