New York Times, Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Author: Steven Ginzburg
Editor: Will Shortz
Steven Ginzburg
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Ginzburg. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Bride's title : MRS
4. Cry of success : GOTIT
9. Sudden influx : SPATE
14. It keeps going and going ... : EON
15. Express one's point of view : OPINE
16. Put to rest : ALLAY
17. In the style of : ALA
18. Furniture within easy walking distance of the kitchen : DINNERTABLE
20. Actor Mos ___ : DEF
21. Takes care of : SEESTO
22. Jabbers : YAKS
23. Give off : EXUDE
25. Beer ingredients : HOPS
27. Start : ONSET
31. Show of lowbrow taste : KITSCH
35. Show signs of an impending storm : CLOUDOVER
39. Chevy S.U.V. : TAHOE
40. Pimpernel or prairie clover : HERB
41. ___ colony : PENAL
43. Cheer competitor : TIDE
44. Quick on one's feet : AGILE
46. Headed straight down : NOSEDIVED
48. Popular thesaurus : ROGETS
50. African heavyweight, for short : RHINO
51. Throb : ACHE
53. Perennial teenage feeling : ANGST
57. Overly self-assured : SMUG
60. Popular place : INSPOT
64. Consumed : ATE
65. Invitation info ... or two alternate endings for the starts of the answers to 18-Across, 10-Down and 24-Down : DATEANDTIME
67. X : TEN
68. Going gray : AGING
69. Paradise for the parched : OASIS
70. Feedbag bit : OAT
71. Some tartan garments : KILTS
72. Lawman Earp : WYATT
73. Apt. units : RMS
1. Union general at Gettysburg : MEADE
2. Geneva-based watchmaker : ROLEX
3. Major muddle : SNAFU
4. Much-needed help : GODSEND
5. Early Ron Howard role : OPIE
6. Fork prong : TINE
7. Alehouses : INNS
8. Canines, e.g. : TEETH
9. Precollege exam : SAT
10. Popular Sony product : PLAYSTATION
11. Jessica of "Fantastic Four" : ALBA
12. It's cheap, proverbially : TALK
13. Ogles : EYES
19. Corner piece : ROOK
24. Spy who lives dangerously : DOUBLEAGENT
26. Peach stone : PIT
28. Soak (up) : SOP
29. Tied, as a score : EVEN
30. Pavarotti, for one : TENOR
32. Weapon in a gang fight : SHIV
33. What a programmer writes : CODE
34. Pay attention to : HEED
35. Blacken : CHAR
36. Brand of blocks : LEGO
37. Not a dup. : ORIG
38. Done without due consideration : RASH
42. Island garland : LEI
45. List ender : ETC
47. Procedure in a paternity suit : DNATEST
49. It's usually over a foot : SHIN
52. Give, as a grant : ENDOW
54. University of Florida mascot : GATOR
55. Heating choice : STEAM
56. Some desert dwellings : TENTS
57. Mt. Rushmore's locale: Abbr. : SDAK
58. Trio in a Christmas story : MAGI
59. Electric or water co. : UTIL
61. Dog command : STAY
62. Site of some Galileo experiments : PISA
63. Leave out : OMIT
66. Lawyers in cabinets: Abbr. : AGS

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