New York Times, Friday, June 3, 2005

Author: Jim Hyres
Editor: Will Shortz
Jim Hyres
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JKQVX} This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Hyres. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Speaker with a burr : SCOT
5. "Broadway Bill" director, 1934 : CAPRA
10. See 52-Down : ACTS
14. Kings' arena : ARCO
15. City in SW New York : OLEAN
16. Current director : FLUE
17. Requiring much thought : DEEP
18. Coming unglued? : LOOSE
19. General Foods introduced it in 1957 : TANG
20. Place for hams : DELICOUNTER
23. Popular pickup : RAM
24. They're shorter than periods : EPOCHS
25. Certain bar operator : ALEWIFE
27. Letter run : RST
28. Unrepaired : ASIS
31. "___ the Mirror" (1988 #1 Michael Jackson hit) : MANIN
32. Form differently : REMOLD
35. Like some winds : WEST
36. Was a bad witness : LIEDUNDEROATH
40. TV control : TINT
41. Kvetcher : MOANER
42. Skips : OMITS
44. End of many company names : SONS
45. It was sacred to Isis : ASP
48. Mortgage specification : RATECAP
51. Big 50-Down manufacturer : CESSNA
53. Part of a "Mikado" costume : OBI
54. Gas : IDLECHATTER
57. Impending : NEAR
59. Shop spinner : LATHE
60. His horses were Flame and Terror : ARES
61. "Ode to the Confederate Dead" poet : TATE
62. Kind of strength : INNER
63. It's often fixed : GAZE
64. Wallet thickeners : ONES
65. Really tough tasks : BEARS
66. Eagle-___ : EYED
1. Not so sunny : SADDER
2. Heebie-jeebies : CREEPS
3. Spotted animal : OCELOT
4. Talk about it : TOPIC
5. Project begun by the emperor Vespasian : COLOSSEUM
6. First Dominican major-league manager : ALOU
7. Menial : PEON
8. Many a Bob Marley fan : RASTA
9. Slippery as ___ : ANEEL
10. Rear : AFT
11. Fountain piece : CLARINET
12. Kind of salad : TUNAFISH
13. Part : SEGMENT
21. Salad green : CHARD
22. Sleep activity, for short : REM
26. Trumpet sound : WAWA
29. "___ expert, but …" : IMNO
30. Bar stock : SODAS
33. Follower of the news : LENO
34. Heavy rainfalls : DRENCHERS
36. Stew ingredient : LIMABEAN
37. Set off : INITIATE
38. Novel ending : ETTE
39. By land ___ : ORSEA
40. Osgoode Hall Law School locale : TORONTO
43. Univ. requirement : SCI
45. Erring : ASTRAY
46. Explosion after an irritation : SNEEZE
47. Analyzed : PARSED
49. Forgo the script : ADLIB
50. See 51-Across : PLANE
52. With 10-Across, vaudeville revues, e.g. : STAGE
55. Longtime smoker : ETNA
56. "A Song for the Lonely" singer : CHER
58. Matter for the courts : RES

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