New York Times, Saturday, April 22, 2006

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 29 Missing: {KQZ} This is puzzle # 104 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Brilliant thinkers they're not : SPACECADETS
12. Some fallout : ASH
15. Hookup spot : NOTELLMOTEL
16. Part of R.R.: Abbr. : RTE
17. Some tape-recorded interviews : ORALHISTORY
18. Family V.I.P.'s : MAS
19. Deliver crosses, e.g. : BOX
20. It's next to nothing : IOTA
21. They line some streets : METERS
23. Barron's reader, slangily : SUIT
25. Creator of Genesis : SEGA
27. Concerto component : RONDO
28. Mideastern royal family name : SAUD
30. NASA craft : LEMS
32. Mil. list : MIAS
33. Period in India's history : RAJ
35. Hydrotherapy option : SALTBATH
37. Vostok 1 passenger : GAGARIN
41. Place for seeds : TOURNEY
42. "Me? Harrumph!" : ILLNEVER
44. Org. in which decisions are awarded : WBA
45. You might tear it up : ROAD
46. Some dairy stock : EWES
48. Abbr. in the real estate section : BDRM
51. Choisy-___ (Paris suburb) : LEROI
53. Employer of TV's Nash Bridges, briefly : SFPD
55. 1997 Bond girl Michelle : YEOH
57. "ER" actress Freeman : YVETTE
59. 100 sen : RIEL
61. Miracle-___ : GRO
62. Kind of student, for short : MED
63. Versatile restaurant style : ASIANFUSION
66. Neighbor of Telescopium : ARA
67. Song with the lyric "When you kiss me heaven sighs" : LAVIEENROSE
68. Turner of a page in history : NAT
69. Big top worker : LIONTRAINER
1. Unfriendly sorts : SNOBS
2. Like Swiss cheese : POROUS
3. Muscular disorder : ATAXIA
4. Picture within a picture? : CEL
5. Like some textbook publishers : ELHI
6. Spot announcements? : CLIOS
7. Big Dutch export : AMSTEL
8. Late stages, of sorts : DOTAGES
9. W.W. II inits. : ETO
10. Course : TERM
11. More sharp : SLYER
12. Georgian's neighbor : ARMENIAN
13. It's not measured in traditional years : STARDATE
14. 1980 Pointer Sisters hit : HESSOSHY
22. Youngest QB to win a Super Bowl, at age 24 : TOMBRADY
24. Ping and Pong are characters in it : TURANDOT
26. Third of a Latin sextet : AMAT
29. Show spunk : DARE
31. Not busy : SLOW
34. Talk of swingers : JIVE
36. Singer called the Texas Troubadour : TUBB
37. No Mr. Macho : GIRLYMAN
38. Cream additive : ALOEVERA
39. Mad-dogged : GLAREDAT
40. What's going on : NEWS
43. It may follow a bridge : REFRAIN
47. Grand alternative : SPINET
49. Several departments, maybe : REGION
50. Far from bright : MOROSE
52. Dash follower? : ITALL
54. Put on the back burner : DEFER
56. One working on the cutting edge? : HONER
58. Tony's portrayer on "N.Y.P.D. Blue" : ESAI
60. ___ moth : LUNA
64. Literature Nobelist Andric : IVO
65. What many an Indian is called : SRI

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