New York Times, Tuesday, January 18, 2005

Author: Richard Chisholm
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Chisholm
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Chisholm. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "Qué ___?" : PASA
5. 1970's White House name : GERALD
11. Revolutionary Guevara : CHE
14. Often : ALOT
15. There are eight in a cup : OUNCES
16. ___ Luthor, of "Superman" : LEX
17. Evangelist and friend of presidents : BILLYGRAHAM
19. ___ pro nobis : ORA
20. 1956 Elvis hit that went to #2 : LOVEME
21. Sun. talk : SER
22. Mil. weapon that can cross an ocean : ICBM
23. Some short plays : ONEACTS
25. Nosh : SNACK
27. French composer Erik : SATIE
29. Turned sharply : SLEWED
32. Diplomat's asset : TACT
35. "Tickle me" guy : ELMO
37. Parenthetical comment : ASIDE
38. Part of H.R.H. : HER
39. Word that can follow the ends of 17- and 62-Across and 11- and 34-Down : CRACKER
41. Break a commandment : SIN
42. On ___ (winning) : AROLL
44. Vaccines : SERA
45. Understands : GETS
46. "Forget about it!" : NOSOAP
48. Art supporter : EASEL
50. Words of agreement : SODOI
52. German thoroughfare : STRASSE
56. Huck Finn's transport : RAFT
58. Digital readout, for short : LCD
60. Walk nonchalantly : SASHAY
61. ___ Baba : ALI
62. Takes no chances : PLAYSITSAFE
64. Word with pool or port : CAR
65. Go back to a favorite book : REREAD
66. Pitcher : EWER
67. Language suffix : ESE
68. Antsy : ONEDGE
69. Some cameras, for short : SLRS
1. Picasso or Casals : PABLO
2. "March comes in like ___ …" : ALION
3. Figure out : SOLVE
4. As a minimum : ATLEAST
5. Energetic one : GOGETTER
6. Part of E.U.: Abbr. : EUR
7. Genetic molecules : RNAS
8. Flu symptoms : ACHES
9. Becomes aware of : LEARNS
10. Mil. award : DSM
11. How bidding proceeds in bridge : CLOCKWISE
12. Basil or oregano : HERB
13. Midterm, e.g. : EXAM
18. Gym site, for short : YMCA
22. Prepares, as Champagne : ICES
24. ___ Marner : SILAS
26. Banned apple spray : ALAR
28. Show host : EMCEE
30. Get to work on Time : EDIT
31. TV rooms : DENS
32. Holier ___ thou : THAN
33. Prefix with space : AERO
34. Dangerous thing to be caught in : CROSSFIRE
36. Gumbo vegetables : OKRAS
39. Dressed : CLAD
40. First and Second Avenues area, in Manhattan : EASTSIDE
43. Ransack : LOOT
45. Spectacles : GLASSES
47. Common allergen : POLLEN
49. Part of Q.E.D. : ERAT
51. Words of compassion : ICARE
53. Wrap : SHAWL
54. Morley of "60 Minutes" : SAFER
55. Observers : EYERS
56. Preakness, for one : RACE
57. "Woe is me!" : ALAS
59. Not natural : DYED
62. In favor of : PRO
63. Droop : SAG

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