New York Times, Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Author: Charles Gersch
Editor: Will Shortz
Charles E. Gersch
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Rows: 16, Columns: 15, Words: 77, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQVXZ} Spans: 7, (3 double stacks) This is puzzle # 32 for Mr. Gersch. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Supply with more ammo, say : REARM
6. Term of endearment : BABE
10. Bits of land in la Seine : ILES
14. 2003 Sandler/Nicholson comedy : ANGERMANAGEMENT
17. 1940 Crosby/Lamour/Hope film that was the first of a "travel" series : ROADTOSINGAPORE
18. Yalies : ELIS
19. Part of NATO: Abbr. : ORG
20. "Mad Men" extras : STENOS
21. Conducted : RAN
22. Actor Bert : LAHR
24. Mystery writer Deighton : LEN
25. It may make a ewe turn : BAA
27. Big name in baseball cards : TOPPS
30. Starters : ATEAM
33. Gelatinous ingredient in desserts : AGAR
34. First X or O, say : TIC
37. 1971 film that was Cybill Shepherd's debut, with "The" : LASTPICTURESHOW
41. 1954 Elia Kazan Oscar winner : ONTHEWATERFRONT
42. Bout stopper : TKO
43. Author Philip : ROTH
44. Some razors : ATRAS
45. Ergo : HENCE
46. Pugilists' grp. : WBA
47. Blood-typing syst. : ABO
49. Mystery writer Edward D. ___ : HOCH
51. Ode title starter : TOA
54. World Cup chant : OLEOLE
57. Singer/actress Zadora : PIA
58. Lomond, e.g. : LOCH
59. 2008 film derived from Dr. Seuss : HORTONHEARSAWHO
62. 1986 film for which Paul Newman won his only Oscar : THECOLOROFMONEY
63. Inauguration Day highlight : OATH
64. Proverbial heptad : SEAS
65. Addicts : USERS
1. Less well done : RARER
2. ___ Gay, historic plane displayed by the Smithsonian : ENOLA
3. "Encore!" : AGAIN
4. N.L. Central team : REDS
5. "I pity the fool" speaker : MRT
6. Mideast city whose name, coincidentally, is an anagram of ARABS : BASRA
7. 1935 Marx Brothers romp : ANIGHTATTHEOPERA
8. Proscribe : BAN
9. Drives (on) : EGGS
10. Drives : IMPELS
11. Sierra ___ : LEONE
12. Bankrupt company in 2001-02 news : ENRON
13. Fr. holy women : STES
15. Lettuce or kale : MOOLA
16. Corrode : EAT
23. Ne'er-do-well : ROGUE
25. Setting for candlelit romance : BATH
26. Current unit : AMPERE
28. Henry VIII's sixth : PARR
29. Like some suburban homes : PREFAB
30. Scads : ALOT
31. Go south : TANK
32. "___ perpetua" (Idaho's motto) : ESTO
34. Thursday's eponym : THOR
35. College in New Rochelle, N.Y. : IONA
36. 100-lb. units : CWTS
38. Triumphant cry : IWON
39. Fisherman's 10-pounder, e.g. : CATCH
40. Mex. miss : SRTA
45. The sauce : HOOTCH
46. Fisherman's spot : WHARF
47. Lei-person's greeting? : ALOHA
48. Covering for la tête : BERET
50. Pietro's ta-tas : CIAOS
51. Olde ___ (historic area, quaintly) : TOWNE
52. Orangish shade : OCHER
53. Shipboard cries : AHOYS
54. "___ be in England ..." : OHTO
55. Old card game with forfeits : LOO
56. Photo blowups: Abbr. : ENLS
58. Vientiane's country : LAOS
60. Implement in a Millet painting : HOE
61. Dallas sch. : SMU

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