New York Times, Thursday, June 30, 2005

Author: Joe DiPietro
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe DiPietro
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QVZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 75 for Mr. DiPietro. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
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1. Penny-a-worder, say : HACK
5. Pronouncement : DICTUM
11. Voting "yea" : PRO
14. Dolor : ACHE
15. Slips : ERRATA
16. English ___ : LIT
17. Aerobic bit : STEP
18. Unappropriated financial aid? : LOOSEGRANT
20. Just right : TOAT
21. Commercial prefix with vision : UNI
22. Small lizard : GECKO
23. Conventional breakfast drink? : ORTHODOXJUICE
27. John Irving's "A Prayer for ___ Meany" : OWEN
28. Hooray for José : OLE
29. X : TEN
32. Horrible : AWFUL
35. Game pieces : MEN
36. Foofaraw : TODO
37. Dr. in favor of compensation? : SEUSSFORDAMAGES
41. Like some thoughts : IDLE
42. Not severe : LAX
43. Durable wood : EBONY
44. Costa del ___ : SOL
45. Some grads, for short : BAS
46. Door sign : PULL
48. Low card in the upper elevations? : MOUNTAINDEUCE
54. Like smokestacks : SOOTY
56. With 59-Down, biblical locale : RED
57. Verbally assault : SLAM
58. Tale of a cease-fire? : TRUCESTORY
61. Peak : ACME
62. Calendar abbr. : OCT
63. Put new shoestrings in : RELACE
64. Odd look : LEER
65. "Poppycock!" : PAH
66. Revered : SACRED
67. 2004 Brad Pitt film : TROY
1. Must : HASTO
2. Play boy? : ACTOR
3. Deal from the bottom : CHEAT
4. Cooked, cleaned, etc. : KEPTHOUSE
5. Dupe : DELUDE
6. Affixable, in a way : IRONON
7. St. ___ (river separating Maine from Canada) : CROIX
8. ___ in telephone : TAS
9. Beehive State native : UTE
10. One of the Simpsons : MAGGIE
11. Guidebook offering : PLACETOGO
12. Icy area : RINK
13. Hall-of-Fame center Jim : OTTO
19. VCR button : REC
24. Birds with rare binocular vision : OWLS
25. Outfield mate of Scooter, of the 40's-50's Yankees : JOED
26. It runs down one's arm : ULNA
30. Fall locale : EDEN
31. Prying : NOSY
32. Sale sign : ASIS
33. "This Is How ___ It" (1995 #1 hit) : WEDO
34. You shouldn't talk with one : FULLMOUTH
35. Mysterious fellow : MRX
36. It's labeled S, not P : TABLESALT
38. Sweet baked dessert : FLAN
39. Brewer's equipment : OAST
40. Fuse : MELD
45. Clientele : BUYERS
46. Go through : PIERCE
47. Natural : UNDYED
49. Stock page letters : OTC
50. Like appreciative fans : AROAR
51. Case for a gastroenterologist : ULCER
52. Tiny part : CAMEO
53. Filing aid : EMERY
54. "That's enough!" : STOP
55. Marine menace : ORCA
59. See 56-Across : SEA
60. What patients need, for short : TLC

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