New York Times, Monday, May 8, 2006

Author: Norm Guggenbiller
Editor: Will Shortz
Norm Guggenbiller
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Guggenbiller. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Jellied garnish : ASPIC
6. Prefix with phobia : ACRO
10. "That was close!" : PHEW
14. Zachary, for daiquiri, e.g. : RHYME
15. Island near Lanai : MAUI
16. Narrow path : LANE
17. Atkins diet no-nos : CARBS
18. Pickpockets' targets : BILLFOLDS
20. Worker with polish and a 23-Across : SHOESHINEBOY
22. Furthermore : AND
23. Tattered cloth : RAG
24. Pitching star : ACE
27. Acts like : IMITATES
32. Sprinkle with spices : SEASON
34. 60's war zone, briefly : NAM
35. Her talk is, like, totally ... : VALLEYGIRL
37. Colorado resort : ASPEN
40. ___ Paulo, Brazil : SAO
41. "Me, too!" : SODOI
42. Southern fellow : GOODOLEBOY
45. Nav. rank : ENS
46. Make certain : ENSURE
47. Reacts angrily toward : SNARLSAT
50. Chicago-to-Tampa dir. : SSE
51. Bumped into : MET
53. Anonymous John : DOE
54. Madonna, with "the" : MATERIALGIRL
60. Shady, as a street : TREELINED
63. Full of vigor : LUSTY
64. Worker's compensation : WAGE
65. Ration (out) : DOLE
66. Glowing coal : EMBER
67. Run ___ (go crazy) : AMOK
68. "A Day Without Rain" singer : ENYA
69. Thick : DENSE
1. Circle segments : ARCS
2. Former Iranian ruler : SHAH
3. Fire fancier, for short : PYRO
4. Comment at the end of a long, hard day : IMBEAT
5. Big name in small planes : CESSNA
6. Prefix with dextrous : AMBI
7. Brother of Abel : CAIN
8. Sovereign : RULER
9. Primer type : OILBASE
10. Clever tactic : PLOY
11. Computer in "2001" : HAL
12. Conclusion : END
13. "Scream" director Craven : WES
19. Old-fashioned types : FOGEYS
21. Modern viewing option, for short : HDTV
24. Actors' lines to no one in particular : ASIDES
25. Eclipse phenomenon : CORONA
26. Sign up : ENLIST
27. Since way back when : INAGES
28. Bricklayers : MASONS
29. Levy : IMPOSE
30. Simplicity : EASE
31. Thick chunks : SLABS
33. In the past : AGO
36. Diving bird : LOON
38. University Web address suffix : EDU
39. Like a body temperature of 98.6° : NORMAL
43. Water current with the wind : LEETIDE
44. In triplicate, a Seinfeld catchphrase : YADA
48. Wheeled (out) : ROLLED
49. Peanut, for one : LEGUME
52. Mortise insert : TENON
54. Submissive : MEEK
55. Count (on) : RELY
56. "You have no ___" : IDEA
57. Library ID : ISBN
58. Numbered rds. : RTES
59. Greek harp : LYRE
60. Howard Hughes's airline : TWA
61. Hit head-on : RAM
62. Psychologist's "I" : EGO

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