New York Times, Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Author: Peter A. Collins
Editor: Will Shortz
Peter A. Collins
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {KQV} This is puzzle # 65 for Mr. Collins. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. ___ Sea (inland body with high salinity) : ARAL
5. With 67-Across, song by 56-Across : FOXY
9. Sword part : HAFT
13. Radius, e.g. : BONE
14. Comic strip dog with a long tongue : ODIE
15. Spine-tingling : EERIE
16. Lash : FLOG
17. Ike's partner in 1960s-'70s music : TINA
18. Bicycle shorts material : LYCRA
19. With 32-Across, song by 56-Across : ALLALONGTHE
22. Half a school year: Abbr. : SEM
23. Chaos : BEDLAM
24. Splinter group : SECT
26. Rat-___ : ATAT
28. Conveyance in an Ellington song : ATRAIN
32. See 19-Across : WATCHTOWER
37. Pres. Carter's alma mater : USNA
38. Having throbbing temples, maybe : IRATE
39. Fourth notes : FAS
40. Expensive : STEEP
41. Actress Taylor of "Six Feet Under" : LILI
42. Song by 56-Across : PURPLEHAZE
44. City SSW of Seattle : TACOMA
46. Peacekeeping grp. : NATO
47. Afternoon refreshers : NAPS
49. Long rant : TIRADE
53. London-based record label : EMI
56. Musician born 11/27/42 : JIMIHENDRIX
59. "Deliverance" instrument : BANJO
61. Panache : ELAN
62. Lickety-split, in a memo : ASAP
63. Passion : ARDOR
64. Pete and Julie's "Mod Squad" partner : LINC
65. Job for an actor : ROLE
66. Where to buy GM and GE : NYSE
67. See 5-Across : LADY
68. Compound with a double-bonded carbon atom : ENOL
1. Former sitcom on the Beeb : ABFAB
2. "Good Times" actress Esther : ROLLE
3. "You can't teach ___ dog ..." : ANOLD
4. Lawsuit : LEGALACTION
5. Bygone company with yellow-roofed kiosks : FOTOMAT
6. Thor's father : ODIN
7. RR ___ : XING
8. "A Full Moon in March" poet : YEATS
9. With 60-Down, song by 56-Across : HEY
10. Three-point lines in basketball, e.g. : ARCS
11. Song by 56-Across : FIRE
12. Word after mule or school : TEAM
15. Choose : ELECT
20. Tool that turns : LATHE
21. Catch, in a way : HEAR
25. Sleepover game, maybe : TRUTHORDARE
27. Sukiyaki ingredient : TOFU
29. Where sailors go : ASEA
30. 1966 hurricane : INEZ
31. A ponytail hangs over it : NAPE
32. What picked flowers may do : WILT
33. Prima donna's delivery : ARIA
34. After-bath powder : TALC
35. Card game for two : WAR
36. "Pardon the Interruption" airer : ESPN
40. Arrive, as darkness : SETIN
42. Big ___ (baseball's David Ortiz) : PAPI
43. Period of inactivity : LATENCY
45. Biology or English : MAJOR
48. What bloodhounds and dead fish do : SMELL
50. Bad ignition? : ARSON
51. Connect with an operator : DIALO
52. Kick out : EXPEL
53. Abba of Israel : EBAN
54. "The Wind Cries ___" (song by 56-Across) : MARY
55. Neither Dems. nor Reps. : INDS
57. Hip parts : ILIA
58. 13 cards, maybe : HAND
60. See 9-Down : JOE

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