New York Times, Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Author: Victor Fleming and Bonnie L. Gentry
Editor: Will Shortz
Victor Fleming
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Bonnie L. Gentry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 16, Words: 83, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 22 for Mr. Fleming. This is puzzle # 4 for Ms. Gentry. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Eucalyptus : GUMTREE
8. Not easily tricked : SLY
11. Typewriter type : PICA
15. Cast a spell over : ENCHANT
16. "Time out" hand signal shape : TEE
17. Simon Cowell's show, for short : IDOL
18. Introduced to the mix : ADDEDIN
19. With 64-Across, everything considered : ATTHEEND
21. Use deep massage on : ROLF
22. Donated : GAVE
24. Toothpaste that Bucky Beaver once pitched : IPANA
25. PC introducer of 1981 : IBM
27. Where the North Slope slopes : ALASKA
30. Oscar-winning "American Beauty" writer : ALANBALL
34. With 43- and 48-Across, everything considered : WHENALL
38. Habit-kicking program : REHAB
39. "I have no preference" : EITHER
41. Adriatic, e.g. : SEA
42. Stuntman Knievel : EVEL
43. See 34-Across : ISSAID
44. Having similar properties : AKIN
45. Actress Long of "Are We There Yet?" : NIA
46. Howard who announced "Down goes Frazier!" : COSELL
47. Pullover style : VNECK
48. See 34-Across : ANDDONE
50. Avoid, with "from" : KEEPAWAY
52. Oust from office : UNSEAT
54. Internet access option, for short : DSL
55. Melvin of the Nixon cabinet : LAIRD
58. Droner, usually : BORE
60. Luke Skywalker's mentor : YODA
64. See 19-Across : OFTHEDAY
67. The "O" of Jackie O. : ONASSIS
69. Word after gray or Bay : AREA
70. Return addressee?: Abbr. : IRS
71. Phrases with "as a" in the middle : SIMILES
72. Quad building : DORM
73. Pedal next to the brake : GAS
74. Gets the better of, slangily : ACESOUT
1. First or neutral : GEAR
2. "Go back" computer command : UNDO
3. The year 1450 : MCDL
4. After "in," and with 44-Down, everything considered : THEFINAL
5. "Way cool!" : RAD
6. Riddle : ENIGMA
7. Sicilian hot spot : ETNA
8. "Delphine" author Madame de ___ : STAEL
9. Call in tennis : LET
10. Up to now : YET
11. Tin that inspired the Frisbee : PIEPAN
12. Inkling : IDEA
13. Stamford's state: Abbr. : CONN
14. Capt. Pierce player : ALDA
20. Backpacking sort : HIKER
23. Traveling bag : VALISE
26. Consumer protection org. : BBB
28. For a short time : AWHILE
29. Molt : SHED
30. Gladiators' venue : ARENA
31. Ira who wrote "Rosemary's Baby" : LEVIN
32. Leading : AHEAD
33. Rent payer : LESSEE
35. Out of whack : ASKEW
36. German binoculars maker : LEICA
37. Long and lean : LANKY
40. Converse with : TALKTO
43. They carry a charge : IONS
44. See 4-Down : ANALYSIS
46. Publisher ___ Nast : CONDE
47. #2's, for short : VPS
49. City near Raleigh : DURHAM
51. Like paradise : EDENIC
53. Bottomless pit : ABYSS
55. Washerful : LOAD
56. Early do for Michael Jackson : AFRO
57. Way of old Rome : ITER
59. Parks who wouldn't sit still for injustice : ROSA
61. Capital on a fjord : OSLO
62. Prie-___ (prayer bench) : DIEU
63. Deputy: Abbr. : ASST
65. Use a spade : DIG
66. Coach Parseghian : ARA
68. Soul: Fr. : AME

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