New York Times, Thursday, April 26, 2012

Author: Julian Lim
Editor: Will Shortz
Julian Lim
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQVZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Lim. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. With 40-Across, a chorus line ... or a hint to this puzzle's theme : ITS
4. Astronomer's accessory : TRIPOD
10. Where dolphins perform tricks : SEAWORLD
14. A fresh start? : NEO
15. Painter of many nudes : RENOIR
16. Kind of sandwich : CLUB
17. Snack on a stick : CANDYAPPLE
19. Capital city on the Daugava River : RIGA
20. ___ de Margarita : ISLA
21. Imports, as elevator music : PIPESIN
23. The Treaty of Versailles ended it : FIRSTWORLDWAR
27. Hebdomadally : AWEEK
28. Southeast Asian language : LAO
29. Campus org. for ensigns-in-training : NROTC
31. Oto neighbors : OMAHAS
35. Turnips, e.g. : ROOTCROP
40. See 1-Across : ASMALLWORLDAFTERALL
42. Chug : TOSSDOWN
43. Punctual : ONTIME
44. Cover many subjects? : REIGN
46. Sigma follower : TAU
47. Prefix with lineal : MATRI
51. Secret, e.g. : DEODORANT
55. Drive mad : UNHINGE
57. Just : MERE
58. Lo ___ : MEIN
59. Oscar-winning song from "Aladdin" : AWHOLENEWWORLD
64. It might come off the shelf : BERG
65. Customize for : GEARTO
66. "Has Anybody Seen My ___?" (1920s song) : GAL
67. Europe, Asia and Africa : OLDWORLD
68. First in an order : ABBESS
69. ___ 10 (acne-fighting medicine) : OXY
1. Part of many a firm's name : INC
2. ___ Party : TEA
3. Young fellow : SON
4. Lovers' plan : TRYST
5. Long-running MTV show, with "The" : REALWORLD
6. Hocked : INPAWN
7. Result of rampant inflation? : POP
8. Like some safety boots : OILPROOF
9. Eins + zwei : DREI
10. Thread holder : SCREW
11. Beethoven honoree : ELISE
12. ___ Doggie (old cartoon pooch) : AUGIE
13. Group making billion-dollar loans : WORLDBANK
18. Insult, slangily : DIS
22. Arizona and Arizona State joined it in '78 : PACTEN
23. Parade part : FLOAT
24. "___ dead!" : IAMSO
25. Is peripatetic : ROAMS
26. Orchestrate : ARRANGE
30. In ___ (altogether) : TOTO
32. Experiences : HAS
33. Apollo 11 astronaut : ALDRIN
34. Plum look-alike : SLOE
36. Old PC part : CRT
37. Indian sauce with coriander and cumin : RAITA
38. "___ River" : OLMAN
39. Il ___ (it rains: Fr.) : PLEUT
41. Realm of many searches : WORLDWIDEWEB
45. "I've had enough!" : NOMORE
47. Jumbo beginning? : MUMBO
48. Slippery as ___ : ANEEL
49. Place for a yellow ribbon : THIRD
50. 1970 Hugo Award-winning novel by Larry Niven : RINGWORLD
52. Shoulder muscles, for short : DELTS
53. Many people like to take these apart : OREOS
54. Nicktoons character : REN
56. Lady ___ : GAGA
60. Old Testament book before Zephaniah: Abbr. : HAB
61. Bighead : EGO
62. Floor cover : WAX
63. Possessing much life experience : WORLDLY

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