New York Times, Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Author: Richard Chisholm
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Chisholm
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: none – this is a pangram Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 26 for Mr. Chisholm. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2009, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Third-party account : ESCROW
7. Key of Beethoven's Seventh: Abbr. : AMAJ
11. Smoked fare, for short : BBQ
14. J. Lo title role : SELENA
15. Common command in Basic programming : GOTO
16. Évian water : EAU
17. Arborists : TREEEXPERTS
19. ___ Tomé and Príncipe (equatorial land) : SAO
20. "Buenos ___!" : DIAS
21. U.S.N. junior officer: Abbr. : ENS
22. Summer hours in Va. : EDT
24. Capitalism : FREEENTERPRISE
30. Cause for an R rating : SEX
31. Margaret Mitchell family : OHARAS
32. Jack Horner line ender : AMI
35. Allen and Coen : ETHANS
39. Some touch screens, for short : CRTS
40. Disagree : DONTSEEEYETOEYE
43. Roman Cath. title : MSGR
44. Get cozy : NESTLE
45. O.R. figures : DRS
46. "It has come to my attention ..." : IHEARD
48. My ___, Vietnam : LAI
50. Tuneful Ford : TENNESSEEERNIE
56. Key that might close a dialog box : ESC
57. Letters in a U.R.L. : WWW
58. Buffer areas, briefly : DMZS
60. Former cabinet department : WAR
62. Art show that might feature "Fish Magic" : KLEEEXHIBIT
66. Nabokov novel : ADA
67. Recovered from : OVER
68. University of Oregon city : EUGENE
69. Costa del ___ : SOL
70. Beats by a hair : NIPS
71. Colossus locale : RHODES
1. Town line sign abbr. : ESTD
2. Times Roman typeface feature : SERIF
3. Find innocent : CLEAR
4. Big Cup maker : REESES
5. See 32-Down : ONE
6. Become full, as the moon : WAX
7. 99 of "Get Smart," e.g. : AGENT
8. "What hath God wrought" sender : MORSE
9. Court V.I.P.: Abbr. : ATT
10. Nativity figure : JOSEPH
11. Roused to action : BESTIRRED
12. Cote call : BAA
13. Quid pro ___ : QUO
18. Compose, in a way : PEN
23. Unmerciful Athenian lawgiver : DRACO
25. Some shoes ... and a feature of this puzzle's theme : EEES
26. Renews, say : EXTENDS
27. ___ Park, N.J. : ROSELLE
28. Libertine of myth : SATYR
29. Some hook shapes : ESSES
32. With 5-Down, ticket words : ADMIT
33. Israel's Dayan : MOSHE
34. For the most part : INGENERAL
36. Giggle bit : HEE
37. 1950s campaign inits. : AES
38. Adolph Ochs's newspaper: Abbr. : NYT
41. ___ fats : TRANS
42. Go like heck : TEAR
47. Think, colloquially : RECKON
49. Roy G. Biv part : INDIGO
51. Take three of three, say : SWEEP
52. Still-life pieces : EWERS
53. 12-Down producer : EWE
54. Fix firmly: Var. : IMBED
55. Slate or Salon : EZINE
59. Jeanne d'Arc et al.: Abbr. : STES
60. "Time ___ ..." : WAS
61. Hubbub : ADO
63. Mid first-century year : LVI
64. Ballot marker : XER
65. "What the ...?" : HUH

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