New York Times, Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Author: Barry Franklin and Sara Kaplan
Editor: Will Shortz
Barry Franklin
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Franklin. This is puzzle # 2 for Ms. Kaplan. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2012, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Latin word on a cornerstone : ANNO
5. ___-Saxon : ANGLO
10. Drafts may be served on it : TAP
13. Serves a draft, e.g. : POURS
15. Undomesticated : FERAL
16. Org. for fillers and drillers : ADA
17. 62-Across to a mathematician : PERFECTCUBE
19. Kith's companion : KIN
20. Like some inclement weather : SLEETY
21. Money V.I.P. : CFO
22. What nonparallel lines do eventually : MEET
23. 62-Across to an astronomer : MOONSOFURANUS
26. Elbow : JAB
28. Federal biomedical agcy. : NIH
29. Family member: Abbr. : REL
30. Olive genus : OLEA
32. ___-black : COAL
35. Usefulness : VALUE
39. 62-Across to a Yankees fan : WORLDSERIESWINS
42. Long-limbed : LEGGY
43. Video game manufacturer : SEGA
44. "___ ain't broke ..." : IFIT
45. Province on Hudson Bay: Abbr. : ONT
47. Princely inits. : HRH
49. Summer, in about one-sixth of Canada : ETE
50. 62-Across to a student of Semitic languages : HEBREWLETTERS
56. Elis' school : YALE
57. "___ the land of the free ..." : OER
58. Drum kit components : HIHATS
61. Sense of self : EGO
62. Age at which Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Kurt Cobain and Amy Winehouse died : TWENTYSEVEN
64. Prefix with con : NEO
65. Sexy woman in a Beatles song : SADIE
66. Inscribed pillar : STELA
67. The law has a long one : ARM
68. Bandleader Kay : KYSER
69. Extinct carnivore, familiarly : TREX
1. iPad users' purchases : APPS
2. "Joy to the World," for one : NOEL
3. German city noted for trials : NUREMBERG
4. Monteverdi opera hero : ORFEO
5. Helm location in a sloop : AFT
6. Candy wafer manufacturer : NECCO
7. Stern and brusque : GRUFF
8. British party : LABOUR
9. Cry to a torero : OLE
10. Already occupied, as a seat : TAKEN
11. Closing bid? : ADIEU
12. Part of an outfit : PANTS
14. Determined to accomplish : SETON
18. Jaded ones : CYNICS
22. Nyasaland, now : MALAWI
24. Parts of an outfit : SHOES
25. Guns, as an engine : REVS
26. Prominent Nixon feature : JOWL
27. Skin-care product ingredient : ALOE
31. Politico whose name is an anagram of GAOLER : ALGORE
33. "___ you O.K.?" : ARE
34. Miner's hat feature : LIGHT
36. Candy item that comes in five basic flavors : LIFESAVER
37. Metric ___ : UNIT
38. Sunrise direction in Spain : ESTE
40. Bit of force : DYNE
41. Ribald : EARTHY
46. Like most roads : TWOWAY
48. Carol ___, five-time world figure-skating champion : HEISS
50. Striped scavenger : HYENA
51. Beaverlike : EAGER
52. Come to fruition : BLOOM
53. Yorkshire city : LEEDS
54. Banks or Els : ERNIE
55. Love for Scarlett : RHETT
59. TV component : TELE
60. Pretzels and chips, in adspeak : SNAX
62. "For shame!" : TSK
63. Thrice, in prescriptions : TER

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