New York Times, Monday, March 19, 2007

Author: Richard Chisholm
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Chisholm
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {GJQXZ} This is puzzle # 19 for Mr. Chisholm. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Like some committees : ADHOC
6. Designer Lauren : RALPH
11. Lunch counter sandwich, for short : BLT
14. How most mail goes nowadays : BYAIR
15. Accustom to hardship : INURE
16. Whopper : LIE
17. Sinuous Mideast entertainer : BELLYDANCER
19. Multivolume Brit. reference : OED
20. Ballpark fig. : EST
21. www addresses : URLS
22. Beaded counter : ABACUS
24. Basic course for a future M.D. : ANAT
25. The "A" in DNA : ACID
26. Chance, at cards : LUCKOFTHEDRAW
31. Compass part : NEEDLE
33. David Sedaris's comic sister : AMY
34. Springsteen's "Born in the ___" : USA
35. Golfer Palmer, familiarly : ARNIE
36. Gives the green light : OKS
37. Pesto ingredient : BASIL
39. Comic Caesar : SID
40. New Year's ___ : EVE
41. Yield : RELENT
42. One way to fall in love : HEADOVERHEELS
46. Goatee site : CHIN
47. Blockheads : OAFS
48. Dietetic : LOWCAL
51. Novelist Ambler : ERIC
52. "Without further ___ ..." : ADO
55. ___ carte : ALA
56. Host of a Friars Club event : ROASTMASTER
59. Chess pieces : MEN
60. ___ forth (et cetera) : ANDSO
61. Vibes : KARMA
62. Word that may precede the beginning of 17-, 26-, 42- or 56-Across : POT
63. Most common craps roll : SEVEN
64. Yahoo! or AOL offering : EMAIL
1. French cleric : ABBE
2. Colors, as Easter eggs : DYES
3. Sentry's command : HALT
4. Mideast export : OIL
5. Throw in the towel : CRYUNCLE
6. Theater district : RIALTO
7. Raggedy ___ (dolls) : ANNS
8. Film director Jean-___ Godard : LUC
9. Tediously didactic : PREACHY
10. Jazz's Hancock or Mann : HERBIE
11. Voting group : BLOC
12. Stead : LIEU
13. Senators Kennedy and Stevens : TEDS
18. Explorer Sir Francis : DRAKE
23. Append : ADD
24. BMW competitor : AUDI
25. Places to get quick money, quickly : ATMS
26. ___ hand (help) : LENDA
27. Fraud : FAKER
28. Stratagems : RUSES
29. Z ___ zebra : ASIN
30. Poet Whitman : WALT
31. Poet Ogden : NASH
32. Shallowest of the Great Lakes : ERIE
36. Pizzeria fixture : OVEN
37. Muscle mag photos : BEEFCAKE
38. Cure-___ (panaceas) : ALLS
40. Satan, with "the" : EVILONE
41. Adjust one's sights : REAIM
43. Roman 700 : DCC
44. Tara plantation family : OHARAS
45. Dr. Seuss's "___ Hears a Who" : HORTON
48. Genie's home : LAMP
49. Butter alternative : OLEO
50. Privation : WANT
51. To be, in old Rome : ESSE
52. Gillette ___ Plus : ATRA
53. Prefix with god : DEMI
54. Said aloud : ORAL
57. Really or truly, e.g.: Abbr. : ADV
58. Wal-Mart founder Walton : SAM

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