New York Times, Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Author: Oliver Hill
Editor: Will Shortz
Oliver Hill
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42 Missing: {FJQUXZ} This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Hill. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2010, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Tiny : ATOMIC
7. End of a Shakespeare play : ACTV
11. MP3 holders : CDS
14. Artist Diego : RIVERA
15. One who talks only about himself, say : BORE
16. Egg layer : HEN
17. Genesis duo : CAINANDABEL
19. Historical time : ERA
20. Fish-fowl connector : NOR
21. It's found on a nightstand : BEDLAMP
23. ___-Wan with the Force : OBI
26. Chum : PAL
28. "Enough!" : STOPIT
29. Certain mustache shape : HANDLEBAR
33. Not great, but not awful either : SOSO
34. TV part : SCREEN
35. Computer capacity, informally : MEGS
38. Means of staying toasty at night : HEATEDBLANKET
43. Yankee nickname starting in 2004 : AROD
44. Control, as expenses : REININ
46. Treated, as a sprained ankle : ICED
50. American symbol : BALDEAGLE
52. "Let's play!" : GAMEON
55. Major coll. fraternity : SAE
56. Sunburned : RED
57. Made possible : ENABLED
59. "___ moment!" ("Don't rush me!") : INA
61. French pronoun : TOI
62. Street weapon ... or a hint to the circled letters in this puzzle : SWITCHBLADE
68. Under the weather : ILL
69. Bond girl Kurylenko : OLGA
70. Spotted feline : OCELOT
71. Profs.' helpers : TAS
72. Wall Street inits. : NYSE
73. Darcy's Pemberley, e.g., in "Pride and Prejudice" : ESTATE
1. Parabola, e.g. : ARC
2. ___ Maria : TIA
3. Prefix with duct : OVI
4. Target audience of Details magazine : MEN
5. Country with a Guardian Council : IRAN
6. One use of a Swiss Army knife : CANOPENER
7. Lawyers' org. : ABA
8. Ty with batting titles : COBB
9. Sequoias, e.g. : TREES
10. Open grassland : VELDT
11. Penny-pincher, slangily : CHEAPO
12. Skin layer : DERMIS
13. Wake with a start : SNAPTO
18. Blah : DRAB
22. ___ Lonely Boys (rock band) : LOS
23. Cries of surprise : OHS
24. "The Well-Tempered Clavier" composer : BACH
25. Memo starter : INRE
27. Greek L's : LAMBDAS
30. Org. monitoring narcotics smuggling : DEA
31. "___ thousand flowers bloom" : LETA
32. Bible study: Abbr. : REL
36. Tool you can lean on : GARDENHOE
37. Snick's partner : SNEE
39. When you entered this world: Abbr. : DOB
40. Seoul-based automaker : KIA
41. Hwy. planner : ENGR
42. 10-point Q, e.g. : TILE
45. Actor Beatty : NED
46. "That's clear" : IGETIT
47. Kind of oil : CANOLA
48. Contacts via the Net : EMAILS
49. Girl with a coming-out party : DEB
51. Secular : LAIC
53. Johnny who used to cry "Come on down!" : OLSON
54. As of late : NEWLY
58. Shovels : DIGS
60. Rudimentary education : ABCS
63. ___ Bo : TAE
64. Redo, in tennis : LET
65. ___ mode : ALA
66. Half of a colon : DOT
67. Summer on the Seine : ETE

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