New York Times, Monday, December 21, 2009

Author: Sarah Keller
Editor: Will Shortz
Sarah Keller
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {KQVWY} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 44 for Ms. Keller. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Willy Wonka creator Dahl : ROALD
6. Vessels at marinas : BOATS
11. Boeing 737, e.g. : JET
14. Golfer Palmer, informally : ARNIE
15. Parts to play : ROLES
16. Firefighter's tool : AXE
17. Humor publication since 1952 : MADMAGAZINE
19. Many a first grader's age : SIX
20. What generals command : ARMIES
21. Parks of civil rights fame : ROSA
22. Educ. institution : SCH
25. Docs-to-be : MEDSTUDENTS
28. Selected : CHOSEN
30. Dorm overseers, for short : RAS
31. Seniors' org. : AARP
32. All-encompassing : HEADTOTOE
38. Tricky operation for extending a plane's flight : MIDAIRREFUELING
41. Causing the most wolf whistles, perhaps : PRETTIEST
42. To be, to Henri : ETRE
43. Tit for ___ : TAT
44. Brides' walkways : AISLES
46. Lionel products : MODELTRAINS
52. N.Y.C. summer hrs. : EDT
53. Ammonia has a strong one : ODOR
54. Mame on Broadway : AUNTIE
56. Fix, as a fight : RIG
57. Dirty campaign tactic : MUDSLINGING
62. Take to court : SUE
63. Win by ___ : ANOSE
64. Actress Shire of "Rocky" : TALIA
65. Ambulance letters : EMS
66. "That's enough out of you!" : CANIT
67. Nonstop : ONEND
1. Computer capacity, for short : RAM
2. "... man ___ mouse?" : ORA
3. + : AND
4. Peru's largest city : LIMA
5. "Goodness gracious!" : DEARME
6. Cornrow, e.g. : BRAID
7. Falls through the cracks? : OOZES
8. "He's making ___ and checking ..." : ALIST
9. The number at left + 1 : TEN
10. NNW's opposite : SSE
11. Leader of the Argonauts, in myth : JASON
12. Be : EXIST
13. State on the Rio Grande : TEXAS
18. F.B.I. operatives : GMEN
21. Fixes, as a shoe : RESOLES
22. Rascal : SCAMP
23. Committee leader : CHAIR
24. Mob : HORDE
26. Language derived from Hindustani : URDU
27. 7/20/69, for one : DATE
29. Splash, as grease : SPATTER
32. Charlemagne's domain: Abbr. : HRE
33. Some tech grads : EES
34. Sternward : AFT
35. Bibliographical datum : TITLE
36. When right turns are often allowed : ONRED
37. Spew out : EGEST
39. Venetian's lang. : ITAL
40. Film director Martin : RITT
44. Dead set against : ANTI
45. Really digs : ISINTO
46. Samuel with a code : MORSE
47. Hatred : ODIUM
48. Venetian rulers of old : DOGES
49. Dangerous gas : RADON
50. "Moi, ___" ("Me, too": Fr.) : AUSSI
51. Cove : INLET
55. Former New York cardinal Edward : EGAN
57. Big ___ (Golden Arches offering) : MAC
58. 39-Down article : UNA
59. ___-de-France : ILE
60. Anaïs ___, "Delta of Venus" author : NIN
61. Travel aimlessly, with "about" : GAD

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