New York Times, Thursday, April 16, 2009

Author: Oliver Hill
Editor: Will Shortz
Oliver Hill
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Hill. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Cry of anticipation : OHOH
5. Low part : BASS
9. Synthetic fabric : ARNEL
14. Game with many balls : KENO
15. Carve : ETCH
16. Cry of accomplishment : VOILA
17. Revealed when seeking medical help? : SHOWEDTHEDOCTOR
20. 1979 Fleetwood Mac hit : SARA
21. ___ Barry, with the 1965 hit "1-2-3" : LEN
22. Density symbol : RHO
23. "I've had it!" : NOMORE
26. Wing : ELL
27. Trixie's mom, in the comics : LOIS
28. Santa ___ : ANA
29. Instrument in the E Street Band : SAX
31. Focus of a hospital center : TRAUMA
33. Water passages that don't turn? : DIRECTSTRAITS
37. Exhibitor of dorsiflexion : ANKLE
38. It's low for aces: Abbr. : ERA
39. Modern sales : ETAIL
42. One-named R&B singer makes her choice? : MONICASELECTS
45. Locations of some secret meetings : CRYPTS
47. Pink-slip : CAN
48. "Patience ___ virtue" : ISA
49. "___ you one!" : IOWE
50. Drunk : SOT
52. Accomplished in : GOODAT
55. Old Vietnamese strongman ___ Dinh Diem : NGO
56. Slangy conjunction : CUZ
57. A lot of a Maine forest : FIRS
58. Continental salve? : EUROPEANUNCTION
64. ___ ceremony : MEDAL
65. Ending with flat or spy : WARE
66. Prefix with -plasm : ENDO
67. Staffers: Abbr. : ASSTS
68. "___ View" (1999 Broadway play) : AMYS
69. Flat, for short : ONED
1. Approvals : OKS
2. Schemer's utterance : HEH
3. Sean ___ Lennon : ONO
4. Question that demands an explanation : HOWSO
5. Recuperation requirement : BEDREST
6. Boy lead-in : ATTA
7. K.S.U., L.S.U. or M.S.U. : SCH
8. Bermuda memento, perhaps : SHELL
9. Massachusetts town named for a river in England : AVON
10. Menace for Sinbad the sailor : ROC
11. HNO2 : NITROUSACID
12. God, in the Old Testament : ELOHIM
13. Singer Julius who was famously fired on the air by Arthur Godfrey : LAROSA
18. Place for a headphone : EAR
19. American alternative : DELTA
23. Zilch : NADA
24. "Come ___!" : ONIN
25. "Just you wait!" : MARKMYWORDS
26. Derive (from) ... or a two-part hint for understanding 17-, 33-, 42- and 58-Across : EXTRACT
27. Drink that may be vanilla-flavored : LATTE
30. "Just ___" : ASEC
32. Cambodian currency : RIEL
34. Advice for lovers whose parents disapprove : ELOPE
35. Copper : CENT
36. Tabula ___ : RASA
40. "___ deal!" : ITSA
41. Future atty.'s hurdle : LSAT
43. Newsstand offering : ISSUE
44. They're under hoods : ENGINES
45. Hollywood business : CINEMA
46. Reprobates : ROGUES
51. Conductor noted for wearing white turtlenecks : OZAWA
53. "The Silmarillion" creature : ORC
54. Bone: Prefix : OSTEO
56. Inferiors to sgts. : CPLS
57. Hurricane's force : FURY
59. ___ flakes : OAT
60. '60s service site : NAM
61. B and B : INN
62. "Beauty is truth, truth beauty" genre : ODE
63. Approval : NOD

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