New York Times, Monday, February 15, 2010

Author: Lynn Lempel
Editor: Will Shortz
Lynn Lempel
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {BJQVXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 47 for Ms. Lempel. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Collegiate digs : DORM
5. Baby's first word, maybe : DADA
9. Provide with funds, as a college : ENDOW
14. Emmy-winning Falco : EDIE
15. Milky gem : OPAL
16. ___-Dade County : MIAMI
17. What a dirty person has : MINDINTHEGUTTER
20. ___ Gandhi, pioneering female leader : INDIRA
21. Sch. in Baton Rouge : LSU
22. Become less bright, as the moon : WANE
23. Refrigerated : COLD
25. Go down a slippery slope : SKI
27. What an embezzler has : HANDINTHETILL
33. Hair-raising : SCARY
35. City where Joan of Arc was burned : ROUEN
36. Espionage org. : CIA
37. "If all ___ fails ..." : ELSE
38. Feudal workers : SERFS
39. Machines on cotton plantations : GINS
40. Tennis serve requiring a do-over : LET
41. Coffee for before bed : DECAF
42. Long, arduous walks : TREKS
43. What a well-connected applicant has : FOOTINTHEDOOR
46. Eccentric : ODD
47. Aids for disabled cars : TOWS
48. Kid's summer getaway : CAMP
51. Bit of Dobbin's dinner : OAT
54. Exam taker : TESTEE
58. What a dreamer has : HEADINTHECLOUDS
61. Passion : ARDOR
62. Tartar sauce ingredient : MAYO
63. The "U" in I.C.U. : UNIT
64. Manage to avoid : DODGE
65. Blossom supporter : STEM
66. "Toodle-oo" : TATA
1. Actress Moore : DEMI
2. Valhalla god : ODIN
3. Orange or watermelon cover : RIND
4. Health program for seniors : MEDICARE
5. Gazillionaire Trump : DONALD
6. Suitable : APT
7. Roald who wrote "James and the Giant Peach" : DAHL
8. Pub quaffs : ALES
9. Australia's unofficial national bird : EMU
10. Lamebrain : NITWIT
11. Input for computers : DATA
12. Portent : OMEN
13. Telegram : WIRE
18. Literary twist : IRONY
19. Oohs and aahs (over) : GUSHES
24. Not beating around the bush : DIRECT
26. Documentary filmmaker Burns : KEN
27. Simply must : HASTO
28. Singer Jones whose father is Ravi Shankar : NORAH
29. Spot for eating curds and whey : TUFFET
30. Far less friendly : ICIER
31. Connection : LINK
32. Fair maiden : LASS
33. Freudian concern : SELF
34. Egypt's last ruling Ptolemy, familiarly : CLEO
38. Forward, as mail : SENDON
39. Fill with disgust : GROSSOUT
41. "The butler ___ it" : DID
42. Low-tech hair dryer : TOWEL
44. Honcho : TOPDOG
45. Techie's company : DOTCOM
48. Paper ballot punch-out : CHAD
49. Prefix with dynamic : AERO
50. Grass-roots org. that fights alcohol abuse : MADD
52. Devices you can bank on, briefly : ATMS
53. "Take ___!" : THAT
55. Deli salad fish : TUNA
56. Fix up, as text : EDIT
57. "Cómo ___ usted?" : ESTA
59. Fury : IRE
60. Cyclops' distinctive feature : EYE

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