New York Times, Friday, June 2, 2006

Author: Jim Page
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JQVXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 90 for Mr. Page. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Having a bite : ACERB
6. Crack heads : SPAR
10. Well out of range : AFAR
14. Shipwreck Beach locale : LANAI
15. Playboy : ROUE
16. Disneyland's Space Mountain, e.g. : RIDE
17. Moves along : PRODS
18. Three strikes and you're out, say : STRICTLAW
20. Dairy Queen orders : SPLITS
22. Price list word : EACH
23. Gallic title: Abbr. : MME
24. Mork's language : ORKAN
26. Old swinger : HEPCAT
28. Red-tags : DISCOUNTS
32. Sight in the southern sky : ARA
33. Speck : IOTA
34. Where tigers roam : ASIA
35. Sweaters? : PORES
38. Sideshow attractions : SWORDSWALLOWERS
41. ___-loading : CARBO
42. Israir alternative : ELAL
43. Parent : REAR
44. "Silent Night" adjective : YON
45. Times of crisis : REDALERTS
47. Pal around : HOBNOB
50. Famous people : NAMES
51. Resetting setting : OOO
52. Tear : RACE
54. Potsdam Conference attendee : ATTLEE
58. "And ?" : WHATSMORE
61. Drop off : SLUMP
62. A Balkanite : SERB
63. Has a hand out : BEGS
64. Bottled spirit? : GENIE
65. Track calculation : ODDS
66. Tranquil scene : IDYL
67. Elocute : ORATE
1. Range of some singers : ALPS
2. Beef : CARP
3. ___ ether : ENOL
4. Dating material : RADIOCARBON
5. Small bar : BISTRO
6. Yearbook div. : SRS
7. What something has before it's dropped : POTENTIALENERGY
8. What a seer may see : AURA
9. Clinton cabinet member : REICH
10. It might be framed : ART
11. Work in pictures : FILMCAREER
12. Olmos's "Battlestar Galactica" role : ADAMA
13. Keep from desiccating : REWET
19. Inexpensive, slangily : CHEAPO
21. Large seabirds : SKUAS
25. Come back : ANSWER
27. One who works for pin money? : PROWRESTLER
28. 45, e.g. : DISC
29. Straw poll setting : IOWA
30. TV advertiser's prep work : STORYBOARD
31. Popular tea : SALADA
36. "Sicut ___ in principio" (doxology phrase) : ERAT
37. Old union members: Abbr. : SSRS
39. Need for some drives : DONORS
40. Pack carrier : LLAMA
46. "Get a move on!" : LETSGO
47. "In what way?" : HOWSO
48. Marveled aloud : OOHED
49. Highest-grossing movie of 1942 : BAMBI
53. Ole Miss miss, e.g. : COED
55. Soviet space probe : LUNA
56. Broadcast : EMIT
57. A masked competitor waves it : EPEE
59. "Dinner and a Movie" channel : TBS
60. Subj. for some future bilinguals : ESL

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