New York Times, Monday, October 20, 2008

Author: Daniel Raymon
Editor: Will Shortz
Daniel Raymon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {XZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Raymon. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Tempest : STORM
6. Those, in México : ESOS
10. Mimicked : APED
14. Energetic almost to a fault : TYPEA
15. Save for later viewing : TIVO
16. As a result : ERGO
17. "___ my case" : IREST
18. Nile queen, informally : CLEO
19. "Seeing red" feeling : RAGE
20. Prickle in Alaska? : NORTHTHORN
22. 2008 film about a hunchbacked lab assistant : IGOR
23. Leader overthrown in 1917 : TSAR
24. Mrs. Truman : BESS
25. Ruby, for one : GEM
26. Opened a bit : AJAR
28. W.W. II arena : ETO
30. Lawyers' grp. : ABA
33. Computer character set, for short : ASCII
36. Simmered dish in California? : WESTSTEW
38. Take a new path ... or a hint to 20-, 36-, 41- and 57-Across : CHANGEDIRECTION
41. Chair in Maine? : EASTSEAT
42. Pawns : HOCKS
43. Easter egg coloring : DYE
44. Gov. Landon, who lost to F.D.R. : ALF
45. Film figure with fangs, for short : DRAC
47. Aphorism : SAW
49. Leaping insect : FLEA
51. Kit ___ (candy bars) : KATS
55. Butter servings : PATS
57. Scream in Alabama? : SOUTHSHOUT
59. Prefix with lateral : EQUI
60. Pop singer Brickell : EDIE
61. Multitude : HORDE
62. Paul of "Knocked Up" : RUDD
63. Bald people may wear them : WIGS
64. Singer John : ELTON
65. "The Danny ___ Show" of the 1960s : KAYE
66. Narrow opening : SLIT
67. Sting : SMART
1. Time in the army, say : STINT
2. Neophytes : TYROS
3. Puccini production : OPERA
4. Curb : RESTRAINT
5. "You do the ___!" : MATH
6. Artist working on glass : ETCHER
7. Missile holders : SILOS
8. Manager : OVERSEER
9. In the near future : SOON
10. Eagle's home : AERIE
11. Hardheaded : PRAGMATIC
12. Frozen waffle brand : EGGO
13. Active person : DOER
21. Not yet decided, on a sched. : TBA
25. "You fell for it!" : GOTCHA
27. Interlocking puzzle : JIGSAW
29. Mao ___-tung : TSE
31. "Everything will ___" ("Don't worry") : BEOK
32. Plant bristles : AWNS
33. Scored 100% on : ACED
34. One-horse carriage : SHAY
35. Examined example : CASESTUDY
36. Punning and such : WIT
37. Capital on the Baltic Sea : STOCKHOLM
39. Lamprey ___ : EEL
40. Flower in Wordsworth's "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud" : DAFFODIL
45. Abhor : DETEST
46. Cheerleader's cheer : RAH
48. Parenthetical remark : ASIDE
50. Mario's brother in Nintendo's Mario Bros. : LUIGI
52. Line from the heart : AORTA
53. English royal house after York : TUDOR
54. Medical tube : STENT
55. Fringe benefit : PERK
56. Blue hue : AQUA
57. Stitches : SEWS
58. The Beatles' "___ a Woman" : SHES

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