New York Times, Tuesday, April 4, 2006

Author: Robert Dillman
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert Dillman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 23 for Mr. Dillman. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "The Thin Man" pooch : ASTA
5. Anchor's job at the end of the news : RECAP
10. How a soldier may go : AWOL
14. Vientiane's locale : LAOS
15. Long, long time : EPOCH
16. Fancy entrance feature : GATE
17. "? Phoenix" : BYTHETIMEIGETTO
20. Employ : USE
21. Actress Kedrova and others : LILAS
22. Writer Chekhov : ANTON
23. Popular Mitsubishi S.U.V. : MONTERO
25. Terminal : END
26. "? Kalamazoo" : IVEGOTAGALIN
32. Genesis boy : ABEL
35. Opposite of well done : RARE
36. Lennon's Yoko : ONO
37. Swiss city on the Rhine : BASEL
39. Flying saucer : UFO
40. ___ Domingo : SANTO
42. Terminal info: Abbr. : ETA
43. German article : EINE
45. Animal with a mane : LION
46. "? Buffalo" : SHUFFLEOFFTO
51. Suffix with meteor : ITE
52. 1971 R&B collection "___ Greatest Hits" : ARETHAS
56. Pooped : SPENT
59. Carpenter's nail holder : APRON
61. Before, to poets : ERE
62. "? New Orleans" : WAYDOWNYONDERIN
65. Small field : ACRE
66. Swagger : STRUT
67. Red ink amount : LOSS
68. Keg contents : BEER
69. Vacation segments : WEEKS
70. ___ fixe : IDEE
1. Photo collection holder : ALBUM
2. Approval : SAYSO
3. Count from one ___ : TOTEN
4. Volcanic spew : ASH
5. Go to bed : RETIRE
6. Literary coda : EPILOG
7. What a conk on the head may produce : COMA
8. Assets in poker : ACES
9. Letter after upsilon : PHI
10. Meeting list : AGENDA
11. Light bulb unit : WATT
12. "Beetle Bailey" pooch : OTTO
13. Trotsky or Spinks : LEON
18. Architect's abbr. : ELEV
19. River to the Bay of Bengal : GANGES
24. Mah-jongg piece : TILE
25. Big feature of an elephant : EAR
27. Title character in a Gluck opera : ORFEO
28. Confucian way : TAO
29. Anderson of "WKRP in Cincinnati" : LONI
30. Really liking, informally : INTO
31. Midday : NOON
32. Lincoln and others : ABES
33. Wash-up : BATH
34. Old Testament twin : ESAU
38. Reserved for : LEFTTO
39. French article : UNE
41. Tremendously : ALOT
44. Speck in la mer : ILE
47. Locator : FINDER
48. 1930's-50's Egyptian king : FAROUK
49. Leads, as a band : FRONTS
50. Minister (to) : TEND
53. King in "The Passion of the Christ" : HEROD
54. Come up : ARISE
55. Perspicacity : SENSE
56. What tars do to decks : SWAB
57. The "P" in a Latin R.I.P. : PACE
58. Jane of a Brontë novel : EYRE
59. Kick into the pot : ANTE
60. Combustible heap : PYRE
63. ENE's opposite : WSW
64. Wallach or Whitney : ELI

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