New York Times, Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Author: Mike Nothnagel
Editor: Will Shortz
Mike Nothnagel
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FJQ} This is puzzle # 33 for Mr. Nothnagel. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. With 67-Across, an appropriate title for this puzzle? : SWAP
5. Second of two sections : PARTB
10. Beaver's project : DAM
13. Competed in a regatta : ROWED
15. Formal answer to "Who's at the door?" : ITISI
16. Vein contents : ORE
17. Where to learn a vocation : TRADESCHOOL
19. Earl Grey, for one : TEA
20. Set as a price : ASK
21. Ornery sort : CUSS
22. Fictional salesman Willy : LOMAN
24. "Remington ___" of 1980s TV : STEELE
26. "Who's the Boss?" co-star : DANZA
28. Basis for a moneyless economy : BARTERSYSTEM
33. When repeated, exuberant student's cry : IKNOW
36. Put pen to paper : WROTE
37. Vitamin bottle info, for short : RDA
38. Go across : SPAN
39. Artemis' Roman counterpart : DIANA
40. "Veni, ___, vici" : VIDI
41. Intraoffice PC hookup : LAN
42. Stately home : MANSE
43. When some morning news programs begin : SIXAM
44. Two dollars per pound, say : EXCHANGERATE
47. Radiohead singer Thom : YORKE
48. Yanni's music genre : NEWAGE
52. Got a C, say : DIDOK
54. Drink with sushi : SAKE
56. Drink with Christmas cookies : NOG
57. Palme ___ (Cannes prize) : DOR
58. "On/off" surrounder : SWITCHPLATE
62. Completely impress : AWE
63. Torpedo launcher : UBOAT
64. Emma of "Dynasty" : SAMMS
65. Go off course : YAW
66. Guilty feelings, e.g. : PANGS
67. See 1-Across : MEET
1. Spanish counterparts of mlles. : SRTAS
2. Beat in a match : WORST
3. Open-eyed : AWAKE
4. ___ Xing : PED
5. Snaps : PICS
6. Sports players: Abbr. : ATHS
7. Carnaval city : RIO
8. General on a Chinese menu : TSO
9. TV's Science Guy : BILLNYE
10. Early printer type : DOTMATRIX
11. Realm : AREA
12. Intend : MEAN
14. Remove the nails from, as a cat : DECLAW
18. Plaintiff : SUER
23. Parts of lbs. : OZS
25. Black, in verse : EBON
26. One who goes on and on : DRONER
27. Nick and Nora's pooch : ASTA
29. Sudden, sharp pain : TWINGE
30. Render blank, as a floppy disk : ERASE
31. Old Norse work : EDDA
32. Incapacitate : MAIM
33. Tropical vacation spot : ISLE
34. Title planet in a 2001 Kevin Spacey movie : KPAX
35. Character who first appeared in "The Secret of the Old Clock" : NANCYDREW
39. Like dungeons, typically : DANK
40. Feature of a house in the hills : VIEW
42. Annotates, as a manuscript : MARKSUP
43. Soaks in hot water, as 19-Across : STEEPS
45. "Yoo-___!" : HOO
46. Egyptian cross : ANKH
49. "What's in ___?" : ANAME
50. "Dunno" : GOTME
51. Discharge : EGEST
52. "It's now or never" time : DDAY
53. Home of the Hawkeyes of the Big Ten : IOWA
54. How some people go to a party : STAG
55. Romans preceder : ACTS
59. Org. for heavyweights : WBA
60. Chloride, for one : ION
61. On the ___ (fleeing) : LAM

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