New York Times, Thursday, November 6, 2008

Author: Jeremy Newton
Editor: Will Shortz
Jeremy Newton
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {XZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Newton. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. What the 13 circled things in this puzzle constitute : SUIT
5. Light from a lantern, say : GLEAM
10. Pound delivery : CANINE
13. Latin word on a cornerstone : ANNO
14. 20/20, e.g. : RATIO
15. Max : MOST
16. Devices for music lovers : MPTHREEPLAYERS
18. This and that : OLIO
19. TV screen choice: Abbr. : LCD
20. Yo-yo : ASS
21. A.L. or N.L. Division Series format : BESTOFFIVE
23. Off the charts? : UNPOPULAR
25. Like squads in arena football : EIGHTMAN
28. Anatomical duct : VAS
29. Eye liners : LIDS
32. Something that may hold up a train? : SIXSHOOTER
35. Guise : VENEER
37. Prelude to many a kiss : IDO
38. Never idle : WORKINGTWOFOURSEVEN
40. Auto monogram : REO
41. Trifling : TOYING
43. Bodywide : SYSTEMIC
45. Dashed figs. : SSNS
46. Donkey Kong, e.g. : APE
47. Fail, as a flick : TANK
48. Full coverage? : SURFACEAREA
52. Tool for a driver or painter : SCRAPER
55. Crank (up) : REV
56. U.R.L. ender : ORG
59. Invitation info : WHEN
60. "Bad Girl" singer : LATOYAJACKSON
63. Gofer : AIDE
64. Actor Hirsch of "Into the Wild" : EMILE
65. Grp. for court pros : USTA
66. Actor known as the King of Cool : MCQUEEN
67. Baby-sits : TENDS
68. Barefaced : PATENT
1. ___ Adams, signature on the Declaration of Independence : SAML
2. Like calling a woman a "chick," say : UNPC
3. Having depth : INTHREED
4. Blouse, e.g. : TOP
5. Reach : GRASP
6. Breaks up flights : LAYSOVER
7. When the French fry? : ETE
8. Winged mammoth : AIRBUS
9. Wine region where Riesling is made : MOSEL
10. Neighbor of N.M. : COLO
11. "Keep dreaming!" : ASIF
12. Like many office jobs : NINETOFIVE
15. Advil alternative : MOTRIN
17. Airline to Chile : LAN
22. Bargain hunter's lure : SALESEVENT
23. Game with a yelled name : UNO
24. Spot : PARKINGSPACE
25. "Scratch that!" : EIGHTSIXIT
26. Old PC software : MSDOS
27. Whoops at sea : AHOYS
30. Body layer : DERMA
31. Welcome : SEEIN
33. Says "My bad!" : OWNSUP
34. Deck (out) : TOG
35. Some engines : VFOURS
36. Big ring stone, slangily : ROCK
39. Juvenile, in horse racing : TWOYEAROLD
42. Unbelievable : INSANE
44. H : ETA
46. Building with walls for a ceiling : AFRAME
49. Fill a flat again? : RELET
50. Rulers like Juan Carlos : REYES
51. Actress Mendes of "Hitch" : EVA
52. Skinny-dipped : SWAM
53. In : CHIC
54. "Through the Looking-Glass" antagonist : REDQUEEN
56. Greek summit : OSSA
57. No-good : ROTTEN
58. Airborne irritant : GNAT
61. ___ plate : TIN
62. Hike : JACKUP

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