New York Times, Saturday, July 20, 2013

Author: Tim Croce
Editor: Will Shortz
Tim Croce
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 28 Missing: {QVX} This is puzzle # 24 for Mr. Croce. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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1. 1993 hit with the lyric "Keep playin' that song all night" : HEYMRDJ
8. Credit : ASCRIBE
15. Gross, to a toddler : ICKYPOO
16. Blue dress wearers : MARINES
17. A guillotine is used to remove them : TONSILS
18. Good with : ADEPTAT
19. Cause for cardiological concern : CLOT
20. Something to hop on : LEG
22. Not cut, say : ATTEND
23. Took to the ground? : HEWED
25. Shed material? : PETHAIR
27. Friday, e.g. : RIGHTHANDMAN
31. Successor to Gibson on "ABC World News" : SAWYER
34. It's in general circulation : AIR
35. Oriente : ESTE
36. Subject for Gregor Mendel : PEA
37. Shows some emotion : TEARSUP
40. End up short : OWE
41. Ends up short, maybe : ERRS
43. Grp. with the motto "Deo vindice" : CSA
44. Seeking : OUTFOR
46. 1957 Dell-Vikings hit : COMEGOWITHME
49. Paris Hilton, e.g. : HEIRESS
50. [Why me?!] : AARGH
54. Area of need : GHETTO
56. It's feedable : EGO
58. Speaker of the house, perhaps : BOSE
59. Famed kicker born with a clubfoot : MIAHAMM
61. Fashion designer behind the fragrance Rock Me! : ANNASUI
63. Hydrocortisone producer : ADRENAL
64. Gets on the line? : REELSIN
65. ABC's first color program, with "The" : JETSONS
66. Big spinning effort : PRBLITZ
1. Tow bar : HITCH
2. Place for une faculté : ECOLE
3. "See what I'm talkin' about?" : YKNOW
4. What often comes with a twist? : MYSTERY
5. Sch. with a Hartford campus : RPI
6. Sweets : DOLL
7. Nez Percé war chief : JOSEPH
8. Org. that endorsed Obamacare : AMA
9. He hit 106 more home runs than Barry Bonds : SADAHARUOH
10. Like "Zorba the Greek" novelist Nikos Kazantzakis : CRETAN
11. Concern for a lifeguard : RIPTIDE
12. Concerning : INTERMSOF
13. Think piece? : BEAN
14. Abbr. before a year : ESTD
21. Take in more : GETARAISE
24. Take in less : DIET
26. What you see here : THIS
28. Some-holds-barred sport : GRECOROMAN
29. Audi model retired in 2005 : ATWO
30. "So sweet was ___ so fatal": Othello : NEER
31. It may be submitted to an architect : SPEC
32. México lead-in : AERO
33. Meanie's lack : WARMHEART
38. ___ speak : ASWE
39. Cousin of a jaguarundi : PUMA
42. Gets hot : SEETHES
45. Infusion aid : TEABALL
47. Jordache alternative : GITANO
48. Literary son of Jenny Fields : TSGARP
51. "Orfeo" composer Luigi : ROSSI
52. Wear during re-entry : GSUIT
53. It's known for its varieties : HEINZ
54. Setting of "Love Me Do": Abbr. : GMAJ
55. Need to tan : HIDE
57. Standout : ONER
60. Real Salt Lake's org. : MLS
62. Tortoise's beak : NEB

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