New York Times, Monday, December 27, 2010

Author: C. W. Stewart
Editor: Will Shortz
Carolyn W. Stewart
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42 Missing: {FQ} This is puzzle # 13 for Ms. Stewart. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2010, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Half of the Dynamic Duo : BATMAN
7. 33 1/3, e.g., for a record: Abbr. : RPM
10. Envision : SEE
13. Stir up : AROUSE
14. Prefix with space : AERO
15. Word after sales or income : TAX
16. Second-stringer : BENCHWARMER
18. One thing ___ time : ATA
19. Window framework : SASH
20. Milan opera house La ___ : SCALA
21. Rapper ___ Wayne : LIL
22. Compensation in bills and coins : CASHPAYMENT
25. Put a cork in : STOPUP
29. Mao ___-tung : TSE
30. "Great taste ... less filling!" sloganeer : MILLERLITE
34. Still red, as a steak : RARE
38. Loosened, as a 57-Down : UNDID
39. Before, poetically : ERE
40. Eskimo boat : UMIAK
41. Miss ___ USA : TEEN
42. 1986 Keanu Reeves film : RIVERSEDGE
44. Tip of a boot : TOE
46. Gets rigid : TENSES
47. Car in the Playmates' 1958 hit "Beep Beep" : NASHRAMBLER
53. Suffix with rational or civil : IZE
54. Someone who gives you the willies : CREEP
55. Opened one's eyes in the morning : WOKE
59. Place : PUT
60. Classic TV intro ... or a hint to the starts of 16-, 22-, 30-, 42- and 47-Across : HERESJOHNNY
63. Not con : PRO
64. "What's ___ for me?" : INIT
65. Magazine manager : EDITOR
66. Hankering : YEN
67. Banned insecticide, for short : DDT
68. Take down a peg or two : DEMOTE
1. Nickname for Barbara : BABS
2. Environs : AREA
3. A lot : TONS
4. A lot : MUCH
5. ___ Wednesday : ASH
6. Just off the assembly line : NEW
7. Chart again : REMAP
8. Church dignitary : PRELATE
9. Some eels : MORAYS
10. Like week-old bread : STALE
11. Dine at home : EATIN
12. Glorify : EXALT
14. Design feature over many a gate : ARCH
17. Stupidhead : ASS
22. Prompted : CUED
23. Easter mo., often : APR
24. Fish-tailed males : MERMEN
25. Porn : SMUT
26. Fork prong : TINE
27. Merrie ___ England : OLDE
28. Base of a column : PLINTH
31. Hawaiian garland : LEI
32. Newspaper columnist Kupcinet : IRV
33. Golf peg : TEE
35. Assists : AIDS
36. Fulminate : RAGE
37. Barely manages, with "out" : EKES
40. Consumer : USER
42. Ram into from behind : REAREND
43. ___ 1 (Me.-to-Fla. highway) : RTE
45. Flower often used in a 31-Down : ORCHID
47. A bit cold : NIPPY
48. Sky-blue : AZURE
49. Place atop : SETON
50. Kind of badge for a Boy Scout : MERIT
51. Reddish-purple bit in a salad : BEET
52. Records turning at 33 1/3 7-Across : LPS
55. Capricious desire : WHIM
56. "Hold ___ your hat!" : ONTO
57. Shoelace problem : KNOT
58. Brontë's "Jane ___" : EYRE
61. ___ Bartlet, president on "The West Wing" : JED
62. Poem of praise : ODE

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