New York Times, Monday, July 16, 2012

Author: Randall J. Hartman
Editor: Will Shortz
Randall J. Hartman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 71 for Mr. Hartman. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Holy city of Islam : MECCA
6. Pieces of luggage : BAGS
10. Cracked open, as a door : AJAR
14. Surrounding glows : AURAS
15. Leave the auditorium : EXIT
16. A few : SOME
17. Husband's status symbol, possibly : TROPHYWIFE
19. Part of the leg that's often kicked : SHIN
20. Bunny movements : HOPS
21. Toward sunrise : EAST
22. Cable network specializing in "real life" shows : AANDE
23. Reagan's "evil empire," for short : USSR
25. Attorney general Holder : ERIC
26. General Mills baking product : GOLDMEDALFLOUR
32. Swim meet divisions : LANES
33. Stir-fry vessels : WOKS
34. Italian "a" : UNA
35. Writer Tan and singer Grant : AMYS
36. "Rolling in the Deep" singer, 2010 : ADELE
38. Ready-for-the-weekend cry : TGIF
39. Chinese Chairman : MAO
40. Cedar or cypress : TREE
41. Brooklyn's ___ Institute : PRATT
42. Panel for a complex legal case : BLUERIBBONJURY
46. Activity in which the police may beat down a door : RAID
47. Air port? : NOSE
48. Release one's grip : LETGO
50. Nabisco cookie : OREO
52. "60 Minutes" correspondent Logan : LARA
56. One on a pedestal : IDOL
57. Popular Canadian whisky : CROWNROYAL
59. "The African Queen" screenwriter James : AGEE
60. Final Four org. : NCAA
61. Occurrence : EVENT
62. Complete foul-up : MESS
63. ___ a one : NARY
64. Italian sauce : PESTO
1. "Do the ___" ("You figure it out") : MATH
2. Replacement for the mark and franc : EURO
3. Clip, as a photo : CROP
4. Swallowable medicine units : CAPSULES
5. Bit of volcanic fallout : ASH
6. "Watch out!" : BEWARE
7. W.W. II enemy : AXIS
8. Present : GIFT
9. Sault ___ Marie, Mich. : STE
10. Attack : ASSAIL
11. "Hurts So Good" singer, 1982 : JOHNCOUGAR
12. In the thick of : AMID
13. Russo of "Thor" : RENE
18. "O.K." from Huck Finn : YESM
22. Pekingese sounds : ARFS
24. '60s teach-in organizer: Abbr. : SDS
25. Actress Sommer : ELKE
26. Egyptian president Nasser : GAMAL
27. 1936 Rodgers and Hart musical that incorporated jazz in its score : ONYOURTOES
28. Dork : DWEEB
29. "You've got mail" co. : AOL
30. Oneness : UNITY
31. Huck Finn's transport : RAFT
32. Follower of Mary, in a nursery rhyme : LAMB
36. Parched : ARID
37. Belle of the ball, for short : DEB
38. One and only, in romance : TRUELOVE
40. Quartet minus one : TRIO
41. Bedwear, informally : PJS
43. Philadelphia gridders : EAGLES
44. Like a street with an arrow sign : ONEWAY
45. Lunch time : NOON
48. Neeson of "Taken" : LIAM
49. Rim : EDGE
50. Killer whale : ORCA
51. Lion's sound : ROAR
53. Votes in favor : AYES
54. Blow a gasket : RANT
55. Voice below soprano : ALTO
57. Where to see Anderson Cooper : CNN
58. Sales agent, informally : REP

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