New York Times, Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Author: MaryEllen Uthlaut
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Uthlaut. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Think about : PONDER
7. Rock's Steely ___ : DAN
10. Pentagon V.I.P.'s: Abbr. : GENS
14. Kind of reasoning, after "a" : PRIORI
15. Ginger ___ : ALE
16. Help in wrongdoing : ABET
17. Entertainment you might have a hand in? : PUPPETSHOW
19. "Encore!" : MORE
20. Meat slice on the highest shelf? : ACUTLETABOVE
22. Class with crayons : ART
25. Scotland's Firth of ___ : TAY
26. Trail user : HIKER
27. Advertising sheet blowing in the wind? : LOOSELEAFLET
32. Like presses ready for printing : INKED
33. It has feet in a line : POEM
34. Droop : SAG
37. Sir Anthony formerly of 10 Downing Street : EDEN
38. Made thinner : PARED
40. Carry on : WAGE
41. Oui's opposite : NON
42. ___ Cooper (car) : MINI
43. English county : SHIRE
44. Curly lock tints? : RINGLETTONES
47. Grove components : TREES
50. Big ___ : SUR
51. Buttonless shirt : TEE
52. Dribble from an icicle? : EAVESDROPLET
57. Series finale, in brief : ETAL
58. Nor'easters, often : RAINSTORMS
62. Ocean motion : TIDE
63. Be under par : AIL
64. Keyless : ATONAL
65. Broke ground? : HOED
66. QB pickups: Abbr. : YDS
67. ___ public : NOTARY
1. Very, very soft, in music : PPP
2. Okla. school : ORU
3. Quick drink : NIP
4. L-___ (Parkinson's treatment) : DOPA
5. Put up : ERECTED
6. Mass, e.g. : RITUAL
7. Author Roald : DAHL
8. Lily of Africa : ALOE
9. Colorful amphibian : NEWT
10. Chess ploy : GAMBIT
11. Something to read on a Kindle : EBOOK
12. Chutzpah : NERVE
13. Manage the helm : STEER
18. Eye sore : STYE
21. Sound before "Your fly is open" : AHEM
22. "The X-Files" subject : ALIEN
23. Sonata movement : RONDO
24. Coin at an arcade : TOKEN
28. When doubled, a breath freshener : SEN
29. When to celebrate Earth Day : APRIL
30. Axis, once : FOE
31. Was ahead : LED
34. Nicholas or Patrick : SAINT
35. Share an opinion : AGREE
36. Fliers in V's : GEESE
38. Wrestler's goal : PIN
39. Director Lee : ANG
40. Question of identity : WHO
42. Hit's opposite : MISS
43. Feature of a fugue : STRETTO
44. Staggered : REELED
45. Big game hunter? : ESPN
46. Resident of Oklahoma's second-largest city : TULSAN
47. Canines, e.g. : TEETH
48. Two to one or three to one : RATIO
49. Skirt : EVADE
53. Heavy cart : DRAY
54. A.T.F. agents' activity : RAID
55. Removes a squeak from : OILS
56. Driver's nonverbal "hello" : TOOT
59. Cellular stuff : RNA
60. "Striving to better, oft we ___ what's well": Shak. : MAR
61. Like a fox : SLY

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