New York Times, Friday, June 15, 2007

Author: Nancy Joline
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Nicholson Joline
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 29 Missing: {FJQWXZ} This is puzzle # 108 for Ms. Joline. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Energy source : GRANOLABAR
11. Troy Aikman, John Elway and others, in brief : MVPS
15. Home of the National Automobile Museum : RENONEVADA
16. Self-styled world salsa capital : CALI
17. First lady who was once a prominent radio actress : EVITAPERON
18. Catch : SNAG
19. 1899 gold rush site : NOME
20. Tick off : ENRAGE
22. Bull Halsey's org. : USN
23. Rap sheet abbr. : AKA
24. Machu Picchu, for one : RUIN
25. Swell : NEATO
27. Certain campus Greeks : DELTS
30. Ages : EON
31. X maker, at times : VOTER
32. Two Ralph Waldo Emerson collections : ESSAYS
34. Political payoff, perhaps : SINECURE
36. Word with speed or fire : TRAP
38. ___ P. Halliburton, founder of the Halliburton company : ERLE
39. Pops : OLDTIMER
43. Sandinista's foe : CONTRA
47. TV chef Deen : PAULA
48. JetBlue competitor : TED
50. 1994 Peace Nobelist : PERES
51. "The Beverly Hillbillies" star : EBSEN
52. Gambler's option : STUD
54. Spots : ADS
55. Trawler equipment : NET
56. "Gulliver's Travels," e.g. : SATIRE
58. Remain : BIDE
59. With 4-Down, longtime jazz record label : BLUE
61. One who deals in futures : HOROSCOPER
63. High places : ALPS
64. Construction equipment : ERECTORSET
65. Break : REST
66. Angels : MESSENGERS
1. Pineapple, e.g. : GRENADE
2. Takes back : REVOKES
3. Brutes : ANIMALS
4. See 59-Across : NOTE
5. ___ roll : ONA
6. Object of a miracle of Jesus : LEPER
7. Pennsylvania, e.g. : AVENUE
8. En estos lugares se habla español : BARRIOS
9. "Oklahoma!" girl : ADOANNIE
10. "You ___?" : RANG
11. D.J.'s, at times : MCS
12. "Survivor" setting, 2004 : VANUATU
13. Drub : PLASTER
14. Gentleman of Verona : SIGNORE
21. Wrap : ENVELOP
26. Dawn-of-mammals epoch : EOCENE
28. Tell : TATTLE
29. Modern dwellers of ancient Ebla : SYRIANS
33. ___ Hill : SAM
35. Protective agcy. since 1974 : NRC
37. Place with cages : PETSTORE
39. Where drinks aren't on you : OPENBAR
40. Singer with the 1975 #1 hit "Lady Marmalade" : LABELLE
41. Scraps : DUSTUPS
42. Turns in : RETIRES
44. Tramp : TRAIPSE
45. Highlands relative of an elk : REDDEER
46. Maintains : ASSERTS
49. Some hogs : DUROCS
53. Villa ___ : DESTE
57. "Sorry to intrude ..." : AHEM
58. Winner of Wimbledon for five consecutive years : BORG
60. Store sign abbr. : EST
62. Yardbird : CON

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