New York Times, Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Author: Joe Krozel
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe Krozel
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 36 for Mr. Krozel. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. ___ Cohn, 1991 Grammy winner for Best New Artist : MARC
5. Rent-___ : ACAR
9. "War is not the answer" people : DOVES
14. Elizabeth Taylor role, in brief : CLEO
15. Khrushchev's impromptu gavel : SHOE
16. Slightly ahead : UPONE
17. Followed the Hippocratic oath, in a way : DIDNOHARM
19. Either of two peaks in Greek myth : MTIDA
20. Sporty, powerful auto : VEIGHTTBIRD
22. Collapsible place to collapse : COT
23. Not idling : INGEAR
24. "It's ___!" ("I give up!") : NOUSE
26. Racy, low-budget film : RRATEDBMOVIE
31. "Cool" amount : MIL
34. Checked out : EYED
35. Beatlemania reaction : SWOON
36. Plebe's place: Abbr. : ACAD
38. Check for freshness, in a way : SNIFF
41. Ladies' man : STUD
42. Ladies' man : ROMEO
44. "___ bien!" : TRES
46. Slot-car track section : ESS
47. Undergarments that show a little of the chest : VNECKTSHIRTS
51. 101 : BASIC
52. Software instruction file heading : README
56. Easter lead-in : NOR
58. Messages on an Apple device : IPHONEEMAIL
61. Youngest-ever French Open winner Michael ___ : CHANG
63. Some Election Day surveys : EXITPOLLS
64. It may bring a tear to your eye : ONION
65. Word on a biblical wall : MENE
66. Sheryl Crow's "___ Wanna Do" : ALLI
67. Fake-book contents : SONGS
68. "With a wink and ___" : ANOD
69. Closing bell org. : NYSE
1. Early 15th-century year : MCDVI
2. Many a day laborer : ALIEN
3. Make even deeper : REDIG
4. ___ eel : CONGER
5. Common car door fixtures, once : ASHTRAYS
6. Activity in a virtual room : CHAT
7. Simplest of choices : AORB
8. Send a tickler : REMIND
9. Hollow-point bullets : DUMDUMS
10. ___-out clause : OPT
11. Yea-or-nay event : VOICEVOTE
12. Prefix with skeleton : ENDO
13. Pants part : SEAT
18. Midwest air hub : OHARE
21. Knock over, so to speak : ROB
25. Some eaters at troughs : SOWS
27. Half a score : TEN
28. One of TV's Bunkers : EDITH
29. Notes in pots : IOUS
30. Reaches 0:00:00 on a countdown clock, say : ENDS
31. Sportscaster Albert : MARV
32. Scissors, for "cut," on a PC : ICON
33. Knucklehead : LAMEBRAIN
37. Prefix meaning 27-Down : DECA
39. Common party night: Abbr. : FRI
40. Discovered after a search, with "out" : FERRETED
43. "Go ahead" hand gestures : OKSIGNS
45. High, as a price : STEEP
48. Bit of advice : TIP
49. Conceptual framework : SCHEMA
50. Margaret Mead interviewee : SAMOAN
53. Waste time : DALLY
54. Rumor sources? : MILLS
55. Bovine in ads : ELSIE
56. Some PX patrons : NCOS
57. "Yikes!" : OHNO
59. Beasts in a span : OXEN
60. Spanish boy : NINO
62. Seasonal quaff : NOG

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