New York Times, Monday, March 17, 2008

Author: C. W. Stewart
Editor: Will Shortz
Carolyn W. Stewart
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42 Missing: {FJKQZ} This is puzzle # 6 for Ms. Stewart. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "I saw ___ sawing wood ..." (old tongue twister) : ESAU
5. Lawn base : SOD
8. Finally : ATLAST
14. Outlaws : BANS
15. "I won! I won!," e.g. : CRY
16. Amp toter : ROADIE
17. What President Washington said upon winning the lottery? : BYGEORGE
19. Professor's goal : TENURE
20. "I've got a mule, her name is ___" : SAL
21. Once around the sun : YEAR
22. Hidden valley : GLEN
23. What flagmaker Ross said ...? : HEAVENSTOBETSY
28. Colonial Franklin, familiarly : BEN
29. Cheer to a matador : OLE
30. Just watched : SATBY
33. What Miss Molly said ...? : GOODGOLLY
39. End in ___ (draw) : ATIE
40. In a huff : IRATE
41. Captain who said "Eat your pudding, Mr. Land" : NEMO
42. What Galileo said ...? : OHMYSTARS
44. "I can't ___ satisfaction" (Rolling Stones lyric) : GETNO
45. "___ shocked ... SHOCKED!" : IAM
46. Collide : HIT
47. What the Big Bad Wolf said ...? : WELLBLOWMEDOWN
55. Figure skater's jump : AXEL
56. Rocklike : HARD
57. Clamor : HUE
59. Overhaul : REVAMP
62. What Noah Webster said ...? : OHMYWORD
64. Aftershock : TREMOR
65. Shepherd's locale : LEA
66. Nylons : HOSE
67. High-school honey : STEADY
68. Directional suffix : ERN
69. Ready for business : OPEN
1. Flows out : EBBS
2. Request at a medical exam : SAYAH
3. Viewpoint : ANGLE
4. Put to good ___ : USE
5. Porch protector : SCREEN
6. "Rock of Ages" accompaniment : ORGAN
7. Hair colorers : DYERS
8. Picasso output : ART
9. Little piggy : TOE
10. Actress Jessica : LANGE
11. Rated NC-17, e.g. : ADULT
12. Fathers : SIRES
13. Wee : TEENY
18. Hand-wringer's words : OYVEY
24. Monk's home : ABBEY
25. Traffic noises : TOOTS
26. Merrie ___ England : OLDE
27. Command to Rover : BEG
30. ___ Miguel, largest island of the Azores : SAO
31. Part of N.C.A.A.: Abbr. : ATH
32. Actor Robbins : TIM
33. Commercial prefix with phone : GRAMO
34. Row : OAR
35. "You're ___ talk!" : ONETO
36. Rent out : LET
37. Trio after K : LMN
38. "___-hoo!" : YOO
40. Slanted type: Abbr. : ITAL
43. Sis or bro : SIB
44. Lightheaded : GIDDY
46. Novelist Melville : HERMAN
47. Witches' blemishes : WARTS
48. Put forth, as effort : EXERT
49. Flood stopper : LEVEE
50. Transporter across the Andes : LLAMA
51. Not cut up : WHOLE
52. HBO's "Real Time With Bill ___" : MAHER
53. Lottery winner's yell : WHOOP
54. Convalescent home employee : NURSE
58. Biblical place of innocence : EDEN
60. Hip, in the '60s : MOD
61. Delve (into) : PRY
63. "Sez ___?" : WHO

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