New York Times, Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Author: Fred Piscop
Editor: Will Shortz
Fred Piscop
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 124 for Mr. Piscop. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Mynah bird, e.g. : MIMIC
6. Has to : MUST
10. Send by FedEx or UPS : SHIP
14. Mrs. Perón : EVITA
15. Worker welfare grp. : OSHA
16. Noted tower site : PISA
17. Seventh day, in the Bible? : MAKERBREAK
19. Westernmost Aleutian : ATTU
20. "I'll have another" : ONEMORE
21. "Tired blood" tonic : GERITOL
23. Cheesy sandwich : MELT
25. Having all one's marbles : SANE
26. Truth stretcher : FIBBER
30. Go hog wild : RIOT
32. P, in Greece : RHO
35. One way to think or read : ALOUD
36. Homo vis-à-vis humans : GENUS
37. Homo sapiens : MAN
38. "The Wizard of Oz" coward : LION
39. What a roof is usually built on : SLANT
40. Dagger : DIRK
41. Bit of Web video gear : CAM
42. Small earrings : STUDS
43. A sheriff may round one up : POSSE
44. Horatian creation : ODE
45. Hunter's garb, for short : CAMO
46. Like a mud puddle : SLOSHY
47. Cheer (for) : ROOT
49. Vintners' valley : NAPA
51. Cash-back deals : REBATES
54. Condiment at Nathan's : MUSTARD
59. Touch on : ABUT
60. $10 bill enclosed in a Valentine card? : LOVERMONEY
62. "Jeepers!" : GOSH
63. Pioneering D.J. Freed : ALAN
64. Home, sweet home : ABODE
65. Picnic intruders : ANTS
66. Join with a blowtorch : WELD
67. Religious council : SYNOD
1. Note from the boss : MEMO
2. "Terrible" czar : IVAN
3. What a D.J. speaks into : MIKE
4. Tabloids twosome : ITEM
5. Ricocheted, as a cue ball : CAROMED
6. Tasty mushroom : MOREL
7. Be hooked on : USE
8. Thick carpet : SHAG
9. Brings on a date : TAKESOUT
10. Onetime colonial power in the Philippines : SPAIN
11. One-third of a strikeout? : HITTERMISS
12. "That's all there ___ it!" : ISTO
13. Left-handed Beatle : PAUL
18. Term of address used by Uncle Remus : BRER
22. Slum vermin : RATS
24. Trample underfoot : TREADON
26. Edie of "The Sopranos" : FALCO
27. Homeric epic : ILIAD
28. Statue of a post-W.W. II baby? : BOOMERBUST
29. Sloppy joe holder : BUN
31. Bed-and-breakfasts : INNS
33. Unduly severe : HARSH
34. Like a good singer : ONKEY
36. Wearing a long face : GLUM
39. Result of a governor's signing : STATELAW
40. "Inka Dinka ___" : DOO
42. Loch Lomond local : SCOT
43. Blood bank supplies : PLASMAS
46. Cowboy boot feature : SPUR
48. Solemn vows : OATHS
50. Make changes in : AMEND
51. Sitar music : RAGA
52. Black, to bards : EBON
53. Dover ___ : SOLE
55. Man-shaped mug : TOBY
56. In a bit, in poems : ANON
57. Give a makeover : REDO
58. Did some batiking : DYED
61. Kilmer of film : VAL

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