New York Times, Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Author: Sarah Keller
Editor: Will Shortz
Sarah Keller
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQWZ} This is puzzle # 47 for Ms. Keller. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. No-no : TABOO
6. Late football star and FTD pitchman Merlin : OLSEN
11. Driver's lic. and such : IDS
14. Take forcibly : USURP
15. Sluggo's comics pal : NANCY
16. Thing to pick : NIT
17. BAD : MISCHIEVOUS
19. Buck's mate : DOE
20. Two cents' worth : SAY
21. Morales of "La Bamba" : ESAI
22. Capitol Hill worker : AIDE
23. BED : PLACETOSLEEP
27. Name to the cabinet, say : APPOINT
30. Comic-strip light bulb : IDEA
31. Van Susteren of Fox News : GRETA
32. Ajax or Bon Ami : CLEANSER
36. Weed whacker : HOER
37. BID : OFFER
39. Movie pal of Stitch : LILO
40. Strange : ABNORMAL
42. River pair : BANKS
43. At the drop of ___ : AHAT
44. "Animal House" beanie sporters : PLEDGES
46. BOD : PERSONSBUILD
50. Exclude : OMIT
51. Late singer Horne : LENA
52. F.D.R. power project: Abbr. : TVA
55. Blood-type abbr. : POS
56. BUD : FUTUREBLOOM
60. Versatile vehicle, for short : UTE
61. For all to see : OVERT
62. Not quite round : OVATE
63. Place that's "up the river" : PEN
64. Hobbyist's knife brand : XACTO
65. Doesn't hoof it : RIDES
1. Rolaids alternative : TUMS
2. Province of ancient Rome : ASIA
3. Like the proverbial beaver : BUSY
4. Tolkien beast : ORC
5. Shakespeare character who goes insane : OPHELIA
6. Having no intermission : ONEACT
7. "___ en Rose" (Edith Piaf song) : LAVIE
8. ___-cone : SNO
9. Old French coin : ECU
10. Albany is its cap. : NYS
11. The movie "Wordplay," for one : INDIE
12. L.E.D. part : DIODE
13. High, pricewise : STEEP
18. "This ___ outrage!" : ISAN
22. "Shane" star : ALANLADD
23. Slow-cooked beef entree : POTROAST
24. Some flooring : TILE
25. Wroclaw's river : ODER
26. Neptune's realm : SEA
27. Ottoman Empire chief : AGHA
28. "No ___!" ("Easy!") : PROB
29. Hammer part : PEEN
32. North-of-the-border grid org. : CFL
33. Rat on the Mob : SING
34. Sommer in cinema : ELKE
35. Woman depicted in "The Birth of Old Glory" : ROSS
37. Neighbor of Yemen : OMAN
38. Some are saturated : FATS
41. Letter after pi : RHO
42. Beat to death, so to speak : BELABOR
44. ___ Vallarta, Mexico : PUERTO
45. Checkout annoyance : LINE
46. Like some toasters and children's books : POPUP
47. Overdo it onstage : EMOTE
48. "Christ is ___!" (Easter shout) : RISEN
49. Say without thinking : BLURT
52. Fly-catching creature : TOAD
53. Show of hands, e.g. : VOTE
54. Spy Aldrich : AMES
56. Symbol of slyness : FOX
57. Sch. founded by Thomas Jefferson : UVA
58. Gumshoe : TEC
59. 56, in old Rome : LVI

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