New York Times, Thursday, April 30, 2009

Author: Greg Kaiser and Steven Ginzburg
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JVXZ} Spans: 1 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Kaiser. This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Ginzburg. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Discombobulate : ADDLE
6. Reasons some games run long: Abbr. : OTS
9. You can get one on the house: Abbr. : MTGE
13. Lines : QUEUES
15. *Final resting place for old autos? : KHARTOUM
17. Congo tributary : UBANGI
18. Cow or goat : RUMINANT
19. Preceder of bravo in a radio alphabet : ALFA
20. Showed joy, in a way : BEAMED
22. Canine command : SIT
23. Person on the left?: Abbr. : DEM
24. *Father of the Ziploc? : BAGHDAD
29. Extreme Atkins diet credo : NOCARBS
32. "Ta-ta!" : SEEYOU
33. Author Fallaci : ORIANA
35. Repel, with "off" : FEND
36. Pun-crimes committed by the answers to the six starred clues? : CAPITALOFFENSES
41. Like some primaries : OPEN
42. Team esteem : MORALE
43. Island attire : SARONG
46. Like Gamal Abdel Nasser's movement : PANARAB
49. *Wide shoe specification? : TRIPOLI
51. Work, as a battle station : MAN
52. Wm. H. Taft was the only U.S. president born in this month : SEP
54. Show unease, maybe : FIDGET
56. ___-Pacific : ASIA
57. Long key : SPACEBAR
61. Natural : INBORN
63. *Recently opened sandwich shop? : NEWDELHI
64. It's white and fleecy : CIRRUS
65. Parts of codes : LAWS
66. Thataway : YON
67. Crackers : BATTY
1. Pool shades : AQUAS
2. *Multiplyin' by 2? : DUBLIN
3. Not heeding : DEAFTO
4. ___ moth : LUNA
5. REM researcher's tool : EEG
6. Food whose name comes from a language of West Africa : OKRA
7. Big print maker : THUMB
8. Interchangeable with, with "the" : SAMEAS
9. Atlas abbr. : MTN
10. ___ degree : TOA
11. Rev : GUN
12. R.N.'s colleague : EMT
14. Home of the 2,700-mile-long Lena River : SIBERIA
16. First secretary of homeland security : RIDGE
21. Mummify : EMBALM
23. It has feathers and flies : DART
25. Original "Playboy" : HEFNER
26. Reddens, maybe : DYES
27. Tiptop : AONE
28. Bombs : DUDS
30. Pinball machine, e.g. : COINOP
31. Listen in (on) : SNOOP
34. Simple building : AFRAME
36. Outlay : COST
37. On ___ with : APAR
38. Actress Gilpin of "Frasier" : PERI
39. Extremist : FANATIC
40. Personal flair : ELAN
44. Like many checking accounts : NOFEE
45. With a silver tongue : GLIBLY
47. Categorize : ASSORT
48. *Base of a fragrant tree? : BEIRUT
50. Home of the Sawtooth Range : IDAHO
53. Violet variety : PANSY
55. Sign of sheepishness : GRIN
56. Start of a magic incantation : ABRA
57. ___ Digital Short : SNL
58. Bit of a stew : PEA
59. "How cute!" : AWW
60. Bank offerings, in brief : CDS
62. Penpoint : NIB

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