New York Times, Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Author: Paula Gamache
Editor: Will Shortz
Paula Gamache
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 66 for Ms. Gamache. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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1. ___ Picchu (site of Incan ruins) : MACHU
6. It's returned by a ticket-taker : STUB
10. "Arrivederci ___" : ROMA
14. Standoffish : ALOOF
15. Topnotch : AONE
16. Designer Cassini : OLEG
17. Something everybody is aware of : COMMONKNOWLEDGE
20. Stick with a stick : STAB
21. Nincompoop : ASS
22. Trojan War hero : AENEAS
23. Gun, as an engine : REV
25. Gait faster than a walk : TROT
26. It's not very short and not very tall : AVERAGEHEIGHT
32. 401, in old Rome : CDI
33. "There's ___ in My Bucket" (children's song) : AHOLE
34. Changes course suddenly : VEERS
36. Plan that changes courses : DIET
38. Expiration notices? : OBITS
40. It can scratch an itch : NAIL
41. Attach with needle and thread : SEWON
43. Do-it-yourself relocation rental : UHAUL
45. Orbison who sang "Oh, Pretty Woman" : ROY
46. They may be rounded up after a crime, with "the" : USUALSUSPECTS
49. Exam for an aspiring J.D. : LSAT
50. Prefix with sphere : EXO
51. Buckeye : OHIOAN
54. Goof up : ERR
56. Mutual fund charge : LOAD
60. Cheapest choice at the pump : REGULARGASOLINE
63. Freud's libido : EROS
64. Letter-shaped beam : IBAR
65. Orange or grape soda brand : FANTA
66. Peeved : SORE
67. Fries, to a burger : SIDE
68. Alan or Adam of filmdom : ARKIN
1. Non-P.C. choices? : MACS
2. Oodles : ALOT
3. State it's not good to be in : COMA
4. Man, in Havana : HOMBRE
5. Sci-fi sight : UFO
6. Noted Fifth Avenue emporium : SAKS
7. Oodles : TONS
8. Numero ___ : UNO
9. "Watch out now" : BEWARE
10. Winner of the first Nobel Prize in Physics, 1901 : ROENTGEN
11. Shoppe description : OLDE
12. Huge: Prefix : MEGA
13. Matures : AGES
18. Like the land that includes Monument Valley : NAVAHO
19. Sainted ninth-century pope : LEOIV
24. Elizabethan ___ : ERA
25. Sorority members such as Ann-Margret and Laura Bush : THETAS
26. "Farewell" : ADIEU
27. Pros and cons : VIEWS
28. Lose one's shirt, in business : GOBUST
29. Yale of Yale University : ELIHU
30. What the Tin Woodman sought from the Wizard of Oz : HEART
31. The Ghostbusters and the Police : TRIOS
32. D.J.'s collection : CDS
35. Cunning : SLY
37. Artist Henri de ___-Lautrec : TOULOUSE
39. Apartment building overseers, informally : SUPERS
42. Twangy-sounding : NASAL
44. Comics villain ___ Luthor : LEX
47. Hawaiian verandas : LANAIS
48. Arrest : COLLAR
51. Lucky strikes? : ORES
52. Subway fare? : HERO
53. Composer Stravinsky : IGOR
54. Oath of old : EGAD
55. Burger order specification : RARE
57. Piggy plaint : OINK
58. Dead set against : ANTI
59. Watergate figure John : DEAN
61. Cleanup hitter's stat : RBI
62. "Anatomy ___ Murder" : OFA

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