New York Times, Friday, October 14, 2011

Author: Caleb Madison and J.A.S.A. Class
Editor: Will Shortz
Caleb Madison
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 22 for Mr. Madison. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Bologna is in it : ITALIA
7. Look out for, say : ABET
11. Pilot's point? : NIB
14. Player of Duke Santos in "Ocean's Eleven," 1960 : CESARROMERO
16. What may come between two friends? : OFA
17. Co-writer and star of "Bridesmaids" : KRISTENWIIG
18. Part of the former U.A.R.: Abbr. : SYR
19. Blocks of history : ERAS
20. One concerned with blocking : STAGEACTOR
22. More reasonable : SANER
24. Caucus call : AYE
25. Sports org. : AAU
26. Coal-rich valley : SAAR
28. "Are you up for it?" : SHALLWE
32. One helping with filing, for short : CPA
35. Momentary disruption : BLIP
37. "Gotcha" : IDIGIT
38. Where to see the writing on the wall? : FACEBOOKPROFILE
41. A. J. who wrote "The Citadel" : CRONIN
42. Will of "Jeremiah Johnson" : GEER
43. Lou Gehrig's disease, for short : ALS
44. Abnormally small : STUNTED
46. Little middle? : TEES
48. Terre Haute sch. : ISU
49. Cousin of the cassowary : EMU
51. Messing around on TV? : DEBRA
55. Melodious birdsong, maybe : MATINGCALL
59. Composer Khachaturian : ARAM
60. Peabody Museum patron, perhaps : ELI
61. Wind instrument? : AEOLIANHARP
63. Abbr. after several examples : ETC
64. Playwright who became a president : VACLAVHAVEL
65. Big hits, for short : KOS
66. Artist whose moniker is the pronunciation of his initials : ERTE
67. Vice president from Tennessee : ALGORE
1. Official in the Clinton White House : ICKES
2. ___ nullius (no man's land) : TERRA
3. Like about 25% of legal U.S. immigrants : ASIAN
4. Gals across the pond : LASSES
5. N.Y.C. subway inits. : IRT
6. Father of Harmonia, in myth : ARES
7. Distributor of Nutrilite vitamins : AMWAY
8. Sandy shades : BEIGES
9. City on Presque Isle Bay : ERIE
10. ___ party : TOGA
11. It "isn't what it used to be," said Simone Signoret : NOSTALGIA
12. So to speak : IFYOUWILL
13. William ___, 1990s attorney general : BARR
15. One side of the Detroit River : ONTARIO
21. Part of U.S.C.: Abbr. : CALIF
23. Hopper : RABBIT
27. Exclusively : ALONE
29. New worker : HIREE
30. Dear : ADORED
31. "Vous ___ ici" : ETES
32. Ozone destroyers, for short : CFCS
33. Liking : PARTIALTO
34. Sound system? : ACOUSTICS
36. Env. alternative : PKG
39. Lassitude : ENNUI
40. 1968 Julie Christie movie set in San Francisco : PETULIA
45. Extract the essence of by boiling : DECOCT
47. Cartoon villain who sails the Black Barnacle : SEAHAG
50. Filmmaker Louis : MALLE
52. Applause accompanier : BRAVO
53. More bloody, so to speak : RARER
54. Big : AMPLE
55. Easily imposed upon : MEEK
56. Mass gathering place : NAVE
57. Tour de France setting? : GEAR
58. Source of venanzite : LAVA
62. The Stars may play the Blues in it, briefly : NHL

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