New York Times, Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Author: Edward Alch
Editor: Will Shortz
Edward Alch
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 42 Missing: {JKQ} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Alch. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Secluded area : GLEN
5. Austrian's "Alas!" : ACH
8. Bistro name starter : CHEZ
12. 16-Across for Groucho in "Duck Soup" : RUFUS
14. La ___ Tar Pits : BREA
16. See 12-Across : ROLE
17. Author Segal : ERICH
18. *Target for some bowlers : CANDLEPIN
20. *Emmy-winning NBC comedy : WILLANDGRACE
22. Tractor name : DEERE
23. Row C abbr., maybe : IND
24. Water holder : DAM
27. Fable writer : AESOP
30. Cooperstown's ___ Lake : OTSEGO
32. Klinger player on "M*A*S*H" : FARR
35. Bring (out) : TROT
37. Not shy : VOCAL
38. From the top : ANEW
39. Ratty place : SEWER
41. Bound along : LOPE
42. Acquired relation : INLAW
44. Withered : SERE
45. Some roll-call calls : AYES
46. Bejeweled toppers : TIARAS
48. Bill add-on : RIDER
50. Witch's work : HEX
51. "___ bin ein Berliner" : ICH
53. Prefix with red : INFRA
56. *"Saturday Night Fever" sequel : STAYINGALIVE
60. *Something with gates and gaits : HORSERACE
63. Mob honchos : CAPOS
64. Newton or tesla : UNIT
65. Pack away : STOW
66. "Les ___ Mousquetaires" : TROIS
67. Soccer ___ : MOMS
68. Blaster's need : TNT
69. Prefix with skeleton : ENDO
1. Shot up : GREW
2. Like tabloid headlines : LURID
3. Cyber-send to the I.R.S. : EFILE
4. *Topic for a doomsayer : NUCLEARWAR
5. Children's song start : ABCD
6. Mountain goat's perch : CRAG
7. Artist ___ de Toulouse-Lautrec : HENRI
8. Native Canadian : CREE
9. Quick trip : HOP
10. N.F.L.'er Manning : ELI
11. Meditative sect : ZEN
13. Not hog : SHARE
15. Hersey novel town : ADANO
19. High-definition tube, for short : LCDTV
21. Places to roost : NESTS
24. Tricker : DECOY
25. Clearly stunned : AGAPE
26. Some spies : MOLES
28. They need refinement : ORES
29. Word that can follow the starts of the answers to the six starred clues : POWER
31. *Cause of problems in radio communication : SOLARFLARE
32. Islam or Buddhism : FAITH
33. Sandy's mistress : ANNIE
34. Chill out : RELAX
36. Actress Polo : TERI
40. Make even deeper : REDIG
43. Ralph of "The Waltons" : WAITE
47. Marks for life : SCARS
49. Put on the books : ENACT
52. Hilton competitor : HYATT
54. Wisconsin college town : RIPON
55. Steer clear of : AVOID
56. Retired fleet : SSTS
57. Representation : ICON
58. Politico Gingrich : NEWT
59. Gas brand in Canada : ESSO
60. Run smoothly : HUM
61. Lennon's love : ONO
62. Volcano feature : RIM

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