New York Times, Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Author: Mike Nothnagel
Editor: Will Shortz
Mike Nothnagel
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 9 for Mr. Nothnagel. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "I'm glad that's over!" : WHEW
5. "Green" sci. : ECOL
9. Schindler of "Schindler's List" : OSKAR
14. Sound from a 57-Down : ROAR
15. Writer Ephron : NORA
16. Like some Groucho Marx humor : PUNNY
17. Himalayan legend : YETI
18. Sketched : DREW
19. Speak histrionically : EMOTE
20. Revolve : TURNONANAXIS
23. "Honest!" : ITSTRUE
26. Put chips in a pot : BET
27. "Don't miss the next episode ..." : TUNEINTOMORROW
32. "Bye Bye Bye" boy band : NSYNC
33. Kind of sleep : REM
34. Sleeping, say : ABED
36. Gave the thumbs-up : OKD
37. Start of many a pickup line : HEYBABY
41. Tall tale : LIE
42. Cry : WEEP
44. Luau serving : POI
45. Set straight : ALIGN
47. Become a recluse, perhaps : DROPOUTOFSIGHT
51. Campaign fund-raising grp. : PAC
52. Rest stop features : TOILETS
53. Speaker of the catchphrase that starts 20-, 27- and 47-Across : TIMOTHYLEARY
58. Shade of green : OLIVE
59. Word with pepper or saw : MILL
60. Congregation's location : PEWS
64. Signal to clear the road : SIREN
65. Nat or Natalie : COLE
66. Hertz competitor : AVIS
67. Courage : HEART
68. Give ___ to (approve) : ANOD
69. Stun : DAZE
1. Like some humor : WRY
2. Weed whacker : HOE
3. Chow down : EAT
4. On paper : WRITTEN
5. Evasive maneuver : ENDRUN
6. Relative of a trumpet : CORNET
7. Creme-filled snack : OREO
8. Croquet site : LAWN
9. Act before the headliner : OPENER
10. Indonesian island crossed by the Equator : SUMATRA
11. The "K" in James K. Polk : KNOX
12. Naysayer : ANTI
13. Deli loaves : RYES
21. Robert of "Spenser: For Hire" : URICH
22. Weapon in 1940s headlines : ABOMB
23. Edward R. Murrow's "See ___" : ITNOW
24. Like a walrus : TUSKED
25. Talk show host Tom : SNYDER
28. Go around and around : ORBIT
29. ___ culpa : MEA
30. Do a favor : OBLIGE
31. Pound, for example : WEIGHT
35. Jobs for body shops : DENTS
38. Geologic period : EPOCH
39. "___ and whose army?" : YOU
40. Arafat of the P.L.O. : YASIR
43. Light muffin : POPOVER
46. Frog's perch : LILYPAD
48. Inventor's goal : PATENT
49. Verdi opera featuring "Ave Maria" : OTELLO
50. Gave birth in a stable : FOALED
53. "Poppycock!" : TOSH
54. Tennis's Nastase : ILIE
55. Actress Sorvino : MIRA
56. Org. that organizes camps : YMCA
57. Big prowler : LION
61. Longoria of "Desperate Housewives" : EVA
62. Diana Ross musical, with "The" : WIZ
63. Dir. from Seattle to Las Vegas : SSE

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