New York Times, Thursday, March 3, 2011

Author: David J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FQZ} This is puzzle # 145 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

JimH notes: This is the fourth NYT "Schrödinger" puzzle. See the others here.
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© 2011, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Class : ILK
4. Kind of shot : CAROM
9. Plague : NAGAT
14. Act independently : GOITALONE
16. ___ Quested, "A Passage to India" woman : ADELA
17. See 39-Across : USSENATOR
18. Come and go, e.g. : VERBS
19. Boon : ASSET
20. High-spirited : GAY
22. Bagel flavor : OAT
23. Formerly : NEE
24. Food sometimes eaten with a small fork : OYSTER
28. Mobile-to-Huntsville dir. : NNE
29. League: Abbr. : ASSN
31. Introduction to a Spanish count? : UNO
32. Year the first Tour de France was held : MCMIII
35. Coolness : APLOMB
38. Try to hit : AIMAT
39. Either of the two presidents who also served as a 17-Across from 62-Across : ANDREWJACKSON
42. Wife in O'Neill's "Desire Under the Elms" : ABBIE
43. Performed a cadenza, e.g. : SOLOED
44. Sandpaperish : COARSE
46. Santo Domingo greeting : ALO
47. Other, to Orozco : OTRA
51. Cart track, e.g. : RUT
52. Subject of a sailor's weather maxim : REDSKY
55. Jipijapa, e.g. : HAT
56. Chemical suffix : ENE
57. Expensive seating area : BOX
58. Passport, e.g.: Abbr. : IDENT
60. Gilbert ___, author of "A Void," a 290-page novel without the letter E : ADAIR
62. See 39-Across : TENNESSEE
66. Shot that's hard to miss : GIMME
67. Publisher's department : ROYALTIES
68. "The Scandalized Masks" painter : ENSOR
69. Kicked in : ANTED
70. Bygone flier : SST
1. Creature with a dewlap : IGUANA
2. The "5" in "6-5," e.g. : LOSSES
3. Things wrapped in foil : KISSES
4. "Don Juan" division : CANTO
5. Reminiscent of : ALA
6. Break down : ROT
7. "Starpeace" recorder, 1985 : ONO
8. Conflate : MERGE
9. School whose 1910 football team went undefeated and unscored upon : NAVY
10. Drink suffix : ADE
11. Real-life character in the 1950 western "Broken Arrow" : GERONIMO
12. Language known to native speakers as "gjuho shqipe" : ALBANIAN
13. Have victory within one's grasp : TASTEIT
15. Kind of shot : TEE
21. Target of many a shot : ARM
25. Winter time : YULE
26. Some blankets : SNOWS
27. 1940 Henry Fonda role : TOMJOAD
30. Rock bottom : NADIR
33. It's rich in sugar : CAKE
34. Botch : MISDO
36. Certain tense: Abbr. : PRES
37. Cotton ___ : BALLS
39. Overflow with : ABOUNDIN
40. Timberwolves and the like : NBATEAMS
41. Captain James of the high seas : COOK
42. Land : ACREAGE
45. Ranch closing? : ERO
48. Argument : THESIS
49. Bollywood queens : RANEES
50. Warrant, with "to" : ATTEST
53. One in a mob scene? : EXTRA
54. Produce : YIELD
57. ___ Fox : BRER
59. It starts in March: Abbr. : DST
61. Start of many a blog comment : IMO
63. Long time : EON
64. Big Apple read: Abbr. : NYT
65. Macduff rebuff : NAE

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