New York Times, Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Author: John Underwood
Editor: Will Shortz
John Underwood
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {GJKQZ} Featured Will Shortz favorite This is puzzle # 14 for Mr. Underwood. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Turkish ___ : BATH
5. Dutch ___ : TREAT
10. Like horses' hooves : SHOD
14. Bush not seen much nowadays : AFRO
15. Toward the Arctic : NORTH
16. Sioux City's locale : IOWA
17. Lampblack : SOOT
18. Measure of prevention or strength? : OUNCE
19. Superheroes battling the evil Magneto : XMEN
20. Russian ___ : ROULETTE
22. Swiss ___ : CHEESE
24. Now and again : ATTIMES
25. Military pooh-bahs : BRASS
26. Preceders of xis : NUS
27. Buck's tail? : AROO
28. Cap with a pompom : TAM
31. Semicircular building extension : APSE
34. Australian ___ : CRAWL
35. American ___ : ELM
36. Light wood : BALSA
38. The Buckeyes, for short : OSU
39. Skirt : EVADE
41. Italian ___ : ICE
42. Canadian ___ : BACON
44. Union agreements? : IDOS
45. Golf peg : TEE
46. Scientologist Hubbard : LRON
47. Hill, in Haifa : TEL
49. Spanish verse : POEMA
51. Operatic movement circa 1900 : VERISMO
55. Danish ___ : PASTRY
57. Portuguese ___ : MANOFWAR
58. Very much : ALOT
59. Appetite stimulant : AROMA
61. Collector's suffix : IANA
62. Place to order a sandwich or espresso : CAFE
63. Sturdy chiffon : NINON
64. Put out : EMIT
65. Ivan or Feodor : TSAR
66. French ___ : TOAST
67. Spanish ___ : RICE
1. Iraqi seaport : BASRA
2. Going on : AFOOT
3. Lake catch : TROUT
4. Crisis center connections : HOTLINES
5. Govt. securities : TNOTES
6. Licks soundly : ROUTS
7. White-tailed eagle : ERNE
8. Takeoff and landing overseers: Abbr. : ATC
9. Brandon Lee's last movie : THECROW
10. Boxcars : SIXES
11. Locale for a pioneer family : HOMESTEAD
12. Is in the red : OWES
13. Hamlet, e.g. : DANE
21. Part of the Australian coat of arms : EMU
23. Outlander in Hawaii : HAOLE
25. Brand of razors and coffee makers : BRAUN
27. Burning issue : ARSON
29. Fashion designer Gucci : ALDO
30. Ladies of Versailles: Abbr. : MMES
31. Not much : ABIT
32. Double time, for one : PACE
33. Convertible : SLEEPSOFA
34. Après-ski drink : COCOA
37. Better trained : ABLER
40. Slanderer : VILIFIER
43. Tiny marcher : ARMYANT
47. Kind of farmer : TENANT
48. Leandro's partner in a Mancinelli opera : ERO
50. Prized fur : OTTER
51. "Let's go, amigo!" : VAMOS
52. Hindu wise one : SWAMI
53. Bouncing off the walls : MANIC
54. Speak before throngs : ORATE
55. Agreement : PACT
56. "'Tis a pity" : ALAS
57. Lisa with a "mystic smile" : MONA
60. Grande opening? : RIO

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