New York Times, Thursday, November 9, 2006

Author: Byron Walden
Editor: Will Shortz
Byron Walden
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Rows: 15, Columns: 16, Words: 77, Blocks: 40 Missing: {QVXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 37 for Mr. Walden. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Informal jazz sessions : JAMS
5. Item that may be swiped at work : BADGE
10. See 59-Across : ROOM
14. Bailiwick : AREA
15. Most of Gabby Hayes's films : OATERS
16. Blind relative? : ANTE
17. Bluesman who sang "Got My Mojo Working" : MUDDYWATERS
19. Heaters : GATS
20. "All finished!" : ITSDONE
21. Sides in a battle : ARMIES
23. Gulager of "The Return of the Living Dead" : CLU
24. Clint Eastwood title role : DIRTYHARRY
28. Nuke, perhaps : REHEAT
31. Liam of "Darkman" : NEESON
32. Beer brand with two apostrophes in its name : ODOULS
33. Break points? : ADS
34. Detroit-based org. : UAW
37. Humankind … or a title for this puzzle : PEOPLEOFTHEEARTH
42. Abbr. at a photo lab : ENL
43. It makes SADD sad : DUI
44. "And how!" : ILLSAY
45. Familiar : FRIEND
48. Ranch settings : SALADS
49. N.L. Manager of the Year, 1993, 1997 and 2000 : DUSTYBAKER
53. "Mr. ___ Passes By" (Milne play) : PIM
54. They're produced by degrees : ALUMNI
55. Lights into : ASSAILS
59. With 10-Across, 1963 hit for the Beach Boys : INMY
60. Tony winner for "A Thousand Clowns," 1963 : SANDYDENNIS
64. Beneath serious consideration : LAME
65. Spots : ESPIES
66. Indianapolis pro : COLT
67. Graduating class info : YEAR
68. Scintilla : SHRED
69. First asteroid landed on by a spacecraft : EROS
1. "Twister" actress Gertz : JAMI
2. Mired, after "in" : ARUT
3. Center of operations? : MEDSCHOOL
4. Get ready to ride : SADDLEUP
5. Bleated : BAAED
6. Call letters? : ATT
7. Improvement on an eff : DEE
8. [Stay out of my yard!] : GRR
9. Some SAT answers : ESSAYS
10. Scrappy sort? : RAGMAN
11. Broadcasting : ONAIR
12. Old coat material : OTTER
13. Fraught with complications : MESSY
15. Pershing's ___ (nickname for the U.S. Army Band) : OWN
18. Term of address in the South : YOUALL
22. Pi follower : RHO
25. Down : INAFUNK
26. Dangerous algal bloom : REDTIDE
27. Radio host John : TESH
28. Lasso : ROPE
29. Hebrew for "delight" : EDEN
30. K'ung Fu-___ (another name for Confucius) : TSE
34. Neighbor of Draco : URSAMINOR
35. Slightly : ATAD
36. Explanations : WHYS
38. Concert venues : ODEA
39. Cologne cooler : EIS
40. Go by : ELAPSE
41. Union : ALLIANCE
45. Home of the U.S. Army Band : FTMYER
46. Rembrandt van ___ : RYN
47. Frog eaters with curved bills : IBISES
49. Like some routines : DAILY
50. Foreleg parts : ULNAE
51. Diploma word : SUMMA
52. Like golden asters : RAYED
56. Tom Hayden org. of the 60's : SDS
57. Stitch's pal in the movies : LILO
58. Concordes : SSTS
61. Blonde type : ASH
62. "Performance Today" airer : NPR
63. Cry repeated to a vampire : DIE

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