New York Times, Monday, October 2, 2006

Author: Harvey Estes
Editor: Will Shortz
Harvey Estes
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34 Missing: {FJQVXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 103 for Mr. Estes. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "Mutiny on the Bounty" captain : BLIGH
6. Half a McDonald's logo : ARCH
10. Blend : STIR
14. Anouk of "La Dolce Vita" : AIMEE
15. Mineral in transparent sheets : MICA
16. "Told you I could do it!" : TADA
17. 1944 Judy Garland movie : MEETMEINSTLOUIS
20. Feathery scarves : BOAS
21. Magazine revenue source : ADS
22. Soda can opener : POPTOP
23. Gets on the nerves of : ANNOYS
25. Mideast leaders : EMIRS
27. Marsh plant : REED
29. Facing trouble : INDUTCH
33. With 45-Across, 1993 Tom Hanks/Meg Ryan movie : SLEEPLESS
37. Aerosol : SPRAY
38. Krazy ___ of the comics : KAT
39. Jamboree participant : SCOUT
41. Going way back, as friends : OLD
42. Dog collar attachment : IDTAG
45. See 33-Across : INSEATTLE
48. Hits the roof : SEESRED
50. Morales of "N.Y.P.D. Blue" : ESAI
51. Pointed, as a gun : AIMED
53. Mild aftershock : TREMOR
57. "Oh my heavens!" : DEARME
60. Luau instrument, informally : UKE
62. Nickelodeon's ___ the Explorer : DORA
63. 2000 Richard Gere/Winona Ryder movie : AUTUMNINNEWYORK
66. Russia's ___ Mountains : URAL
67. Early Bond foe : DRNO
68. Spine-chilling : EERIE
69. Portend : BODE
70. Twist, as findings : SKEW
71. Utopias : EDENS
1. "La ___," 1959 hit : BAMBA
2. Rest atop : LIEON
3. "To put it another way …" : IMEAN
4. Become peeved : GETSORE
5. Skirt edge : HEM
6. Surrounded by : AMID
7. Step after shampooing : RINSE
8. Syringe amts. : CCS
9. Millinery accessory : HATPIN
10. Clogs, as a drain : STOPSUP
11. Drawn tight : TAUT
12. Prefix with -syncratic : IDIO
13. Hoarse voice : RASP
18. Flip chart holders : EASELS
19. The ___ Prayer : LORDS
24. "You betcha!" : YEP
26. Apply incorrectly : MISUSE
28. Make up one's mind : DECIDE
30. Gait between walk and canter : TROT
31. Ring up : CALL
32. Jekyll's bad side : HYDE
33. Slaloms : SKIS
34. Stow, as cargo : LADE
35. Suffix with cigar : ETTE
36. Prince, to a king : SON
40. Exam taker : TESTEE
43. Generally speaking : ASARULE
44. Brother with a fairy tale : GRIMM
46. Swiss river to the Rhine : AAR
47. Like some Grateful Dead fans' attire : TIEDYED
49. Corrects : EMENDS
52. Irene of "I Remember Mama" : DUNNE
54. Poet Clement C. ___ : MOORE
55. Sen. Hatch : ORRIN
56. Does fall yard work : RAKES
57. Apply carelessly, as paint : DAUB
58. Continental coin : EURO
59. Not much : ATAD
61. Have down pat : KNOW
64. Vex : IRK
65. Minuscule : WEE

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