New York Times, Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Author: Kristian House
Editor: Will Shortz
Kristian House
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. House. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Harry James's "___ the Craziest Dream" : IHAD
5. Knotted up : TIED
9. Bedding item : SHAM
13. Marisa of "The Wrestler" : TOMEI
15. Georgetown athlete : HOYA
16. Rabbit punch target : NAPE
17. Conk the "You Were Meant for Me" singer? : CROWNJEWEL
19. Major in astronomy? : URSA
20. Attempts, with "at" : HASAGO
21. Did improv : ADLIBBED
23. Rogers and Bean : ROYS
25. The "A" of A.D. : ANNO
26. Truckers' breaks : PITSTOPS
30. Has contempt for : SCORNS
33. Dernier ___ : CRI
34. Goes well with : SUITS
36. Org. : ASSOC
37. Cause of head-scratching, perhaps : LICE
39. 1943 penny material : STEEL
41. Architect Saarinen : EERO
42. House arrestee's bracelet site : ANKLE
44. Instrument that's usually played cross-legged : SITAR
46. Tbsp., e.g. : AMT
47. Some farm machinery : BALERS
49. "Billy Budd" and "Of Mice and Men" : NOVELLAS
51. Radiate : EMIT
52. Nike competitor : FILA
53. Pigeonholed, in moviedom : TYPECAST
57. Site of a 1976 South African uprising : SOWETO
61. Speller's words of clarification : ASIN
62. Scratch the "2 Legit 2 Quit" rapper? : CLAWHAMMER
64. Car door ding : DENT
65. Cousin of an eagle : KITE
66. Sends to blazes : DAMNS
67. Torah holders : ARKS
68. Floored it : SPED
69. Defense grp. since 1949 : NATO
1. Trigger finger problem? : ITCH
2. Dance done to "Hava Nagila" : HORA
3. Andy's partner in old radio : AMOS
4. White Label Scotch maker : DEWARS
5. Everyday article : THE
6. Early caucus state : IOWA
7. Checked out : EYED
8. Miss Ellie's soap : DALLAS
9. Revolver feature, perhaps : SNUBNOSE
10. Protect the "Kiss From a Rose" singer from the cops? : HARBORSEAL
11. Cathedral recess : APSE
12. Drink in "Beowulf" : MEAD
14. Bars at Fort Knox : INGOTS
18. Festive : JOYOUS
22. Quechua speaker : INCA
24. Rotisserie parts : SPITS
26. Programming class locale, perhaps : PCLAB
27. "Three Sisters" sister : IRINA
28. Amuse the "Get the Party Started" singer? : TICKLEPINK
29. Oktoberfest memento : STEIN
31. Singer of the "Casta diva" aria : NORMA
32. Tartan hose wearers : SCOTS
35. Play by a different ___ rules : SETOF
38. Mendeleev's tabulation : ELEMENTS
40. Like an inaugural ball : LAVISH
43. Children's author Carle : ERIC
45. Do a musketeer's job : RELOAD
48. IHOP servings : STACKS
50. Wyatt Earp, e.g. : LAWMAN
53. "Look what I did!" : TADA
54. River through Flanders : YSER
55. Break one's resolution, say : SLIP
56. ___ Modern (London gallery) : TATE
58. Austen classic : EMMA
59. Camper's carry-along : TENT
60. Roughly : ORSO
63. Got hitched : WED

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