New York Times, Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Author: Kevan Choset
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 19 for Mr. Choset. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Pond film : SCUM
5. Relaxed : ATEASE
11. Candy in a dispenser : PEZ
14. Noted archbishop : TUTU
15. Cigarette additive? : SINTAX
16. Like : ALA
17. Author of "The Sea, the Sea" : IRISMURDOCH
19. One likely to be taken in : SAP
20. Films have them : RELEASES
21. Harvard and Yale, e.g. : RIVALS
23. Internet address ending : EDU
24. Friction fighter : LUBE
25. [It's chilly!] : BRR
28. Henry James heroine : DAISYMILLER
34. Regretted : RUED
36. English facilities : LOOS
37. Immune system agent : TCELL
38. Playground retort : ISNOT
40. Mid sixth-century year : DLI
41. Morton who founded Morton's steakhouses : ARNIE
42. Latin stars : ASTRA
43. College in New Rochelle, N.Y. : IONA
45. Plains Indians : OTOS
46. Noted mother of nine : ROSEKENNEDY
49. Notations on some game scores : OTS
50. Unit of cultural information : MEME
51. Anatomical duct : VAS
53. Francis' home : ASSISI
56. Unsolved crime : OPENCASE
61. Something you might jump for : JOY
62. Certain wedding participants ... or a hint to 17-, 28- and 46-Across? : FLOWERGIRLS
64. Massachusetts' Cape ___ : ANN
65. Gretzky's team from 1979 to 1988 : OILERS
66. Dart : FLIT
67. Marks (out) : XES
68. Band aide : ROADIE
69. Jot : IOTA
1. ___-fry : STIR
2. Fix : CURE
3. Elec., e.g. : UTIL
4. Paris's ___ d'Orsay : MUSEE
5. By tradition : ASUSUAL
6. Tucker (out) : TIRE
7. What circles lack : ENDS
8. From ___ Z : ATO
9. Pelvis part : SACRUM
10. Early trial presentation : EXHIBITA
11. "Qué ___?" : PASA
12. Airline whose meals are all kosher : ELAL
13. Microwaves : ZAPS
18. Org. with a "Designate a Driver" program : MADD
22. Zipper alternative : VELCRO
24. Certain amino acid : LYSINE
25. Prickly shrub : BRIAR
26. Gibson's "Ransom" co-star, 1996 : RUSSO
27. Flat rates? : RENTS
29. First-aid item : IODINE
30. Ancient lawgiver : SOLON
31. Slowly : LENTO
32. "Silas Marner" author : ELIOT
33. Like non-oyster months : RLESS
35. Start of a musical series : DOREMI
39. Assumes to be : TAKESFOR
44. Opposed : ADVERSE
47. James Bond antagonist ___ Largo : EMILIO
48. Masculine side : YANG
52. Film genre : SCIFI
53. Role in "Troy" : AJAX
54. Loudness unit : SONE
55. Dict. offerings : SYNS
56. Was in the red : OWED
57. Actress Gilpin of "Frasier" : PERI
58. Folkie Guthrie : ARLO
59. Narrow cut : SLIT
60. It is, in Peru : ESTA
63. Suffix with Victr- : OLA

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