New York Times, Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Author: Daniel Kantor
Editor: Will Shortz
Daniel Kantor
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JKQWX} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Kantor. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2008, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "The aristocrat of pears" : BOSC
5. Daytime TV staple : OPRAH
10. "In addition ..." : PLUS
14. Parrot : ECHO
15. More than miffed : IRATE
16. Boot : OUST
17. *1986 Newman/Cruise film : THECOLOROFMONEY
20. Jazz session highlights : SOLOS
21. Kind of master : ZEN
22. Squabble : ARGUE
23. Vintner's valley : NAPA
25. Deletes, as expletives : BLEEPS
26. *Ritzy delicacy : BELUGACAVIAR
31. Woodworking tool : ROUTER
32. Meddlesome : NOSY
33. Marvelous, in slang : FAB
36. Symbols of industry : ANTS
37. Heavyweight champion of the world, e.g. : TITLE
39. Dance with a wiggle : HULA
40. China's Lao-___ : TSE
41. Languish : PINE
42. Key of Beethoven's Fifth : CMINOR
44. *Showboating type : GRANDSTANDER
46. Half of an old comedy duo : LAUREL
49. #2: Abbr. : ASST
50. Navel type : OUTIE
51. Alternative to Gmail : AOL
53. 90 degrees from norte : OESTE
57. Dr. Seuss book ... or a description of the answers to the three starred clues : GREENEGGSANDHAM
60. Dinghy pair : OARS
61. Weight-watcher's order, maybe : SALAD
62. "Never follow" sloganeer, once : AUDI
63. Gin flavorer : SLOE
64. Iron : PRESS
65. Try out : TEST
1. Takes a risk : BETS
2. Cuatro y cuatro : OCHO
3. "Where the Sidewalk Ends" author Silverstein : SHEL
4. Milk sources : COCONUTS
5. Standard ___ : OIL
6. Disposition pick-me-up : PROZAC
7. Label in a bibliophile's catalog : RARE
8. Immensely : ATON
9. Mag mogul beginning in the '50s : HEF
10. More in need : POORER
11. Kendo motion : LUNGE
12. Exhaust : USEUP
13. Eye sores : STYES
18. Missouri River tributary : OSAGE
19. Language of Kuala Lumpur : MALAY
24. Like early election night returns : PARTIAL
25. Halves : BISECTS
26. Grill option, for short : BRAT
27. Seemingly forever : EONS
28. Renaissance instrument : LUTE
29. Put in a stake : ANTED
30. L x w x h : VOL
33. It may be mutual : FUND
34. Balm ingredient : ALOE
35. Attorney general after Thornburgh : BARR
38. Tolkien's The Prancing Pony, e.g. : INN
39. Subtly suggested : HINTEDAT
41. Groom : PREEN
43. Secret order member : MASON
44. Dolphins Hall-of-Fame QB Bob : GRIESE
45. Dances to some of Gloria Estefan's music : SALSAS
46. Symbols of industry : LOGOS
47. Heard, but not seen : AURAL
48. In ___ (not yet born) : UTERO
51. Gelatin substitute : AGAR
52. Watch like a wolf : OGLE
54. Actress Elisabeth : SHUE
55. Small amounts : TADS
56. Discharge : EMIT
58. Seer's gift : ESP
59. Pitches : ADS

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