New York Times, Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Author: C. W. Stewart and J. K. Hummel
Editor: Will Shortz
Carolyn W. Stewart
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J. K. Hummel
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JX} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 4 for Ms. Stewart. This is puzzle # 2 for Ms. Hummel. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2008, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Prominent feature of Dracula : FANGS
6. Reunion group : CLASS
11. Showman Ziegfeld : FLO
14. "Let's Make ___" : ADEAL
15. Search engine name : YAHOO
16. Designer Claiborne : LIZ
17. It may end up in the gutter : BOWLINGBALL
19. In the style of : ALA
20. ___ acid (protein component) : AMINO
21. Schindler of "Schindler's List" : OSKAR
23. Spy's device : TAP
26. Sweater style : TURTLENECK
29. Runs out : ELAPSES
32. Slave girl of opera : AIDA
33. Exploding stars : NOVAE
34. Fuel economy org. : EPA
35. City in Italia : ROMA
39. What 17-, 26-, 50- and 60-Across have in common : THEYCANBEROLLED
43. Pageant accessory : SASH
44. Tony Soprano and cohorts, with "the" : MOB
45. Cheese hunk : WEDGE
46. One on a pedestal : IDOL
48. Old timer? : SUNDIAL
50. Classic breakfast fare : QUAKEROATS
54. Suffix with butyl : ENE
55. Reporting to : UNDER
56. How-to presentations : DEMOS
59. ___ glance : ATA
60. Item on a set : MOVIECAMERA
66. Fix illegally : RIG
67. Disney mermaid : ARIEL
68. Sees red : FUMES
69. Informal top : TEE
70. Center of power : LOCUS
71. Some retired racehorses : STUDS
1. Wonderful, slangily : FAB
2. Fuss : ADO
3. Partner of improved : NEW
4. Big bash : GALA
5. ___ to none (long odds) : SLIM
6. Stellar swan : CYGNUS
7. Part of a repair estimate : LABOR
8. "Got it!" : AHA
9. Showman Hurok : SOL
10. Went at it alone : SOLOED
11. Cereal morsel : FLAKE
12. Purple hue : LILAC
13. Country/rock's ___ Mountain Daredevils : OZARK
18. Nick at ___ : NITE
22. Tangled, as hair : SNARLED
23. Big tops : TENTS
24. Lei Day greeting : ALOHA
25. Blacktops, say : PAVES
27. Surveillance evidence : TAPE
28. Fact fudger : LIAR
30. Common union demand : PAYHIKE
31. Part of a min. : SEC
34. Flow back : EBB
36. Nostalgic tune : OLDIE
37. Mullally of "Will & Grace" : MEGAN
38. Fred Astaire's sister : ADELE
40. Bow-toting god : AMOR
41. Certain plea, for short : NOLO
42. Of one's ___ : OWN
47. Skin-related : DERMAL
48. Makes hard : STEELS
49. "Semper Fi" org. : USMC
50. Milk purchase : QUART
51. Loosen, in a way : UNTIE
52. Bit of wisdom : ADAGE
53. Parting word : ADIEU
57. Klutzy sorts : OAFS
58. Dirty reading : SMUT
61. "___ y plata" : ORO
62. Trader ___ (old restaurateur) : VIC
63. Rhea relative : EMU
64. Like Republican states on an electoral map : RED
65. Braying beast : ASS

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