New York Times, Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Author: Donna S. Levin
Editor: Will Shortz
Donna S. Levin
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQVZ} This is puzzle # 4 for Ms. Levin. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2009, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Almost half of U.S. immigrants in 1840 : IRISH
6. Male tabbies : TOMS
10. O.K. Corral figure : EARP
14. Actress Thomas : MARLO
15. Smell ___ (be suspicious) : ARAT
16. Console used with the game Halo : XBOX
17. Like stadiums after touchdowns : AROAR
18. Places to put briefs : LEGALPADS
20. New York Times headline of 7/21/69 : MENWALKONMOON
22. Letters that please angels : SRO
23. Clumsy boat : TUB
24. Hoagy Carmichael lyric "___ lazy river ..." : UPA
25. 1988 Dennis Quaid/Meg Ryan movie : DOA
28. Subject of a photo beneath 20-Across : NEILARMSTRONG
32. La ___ vita : DOLCE
33. Old-time Norwegian skating sensation : HENIE
34. Soprano ___ Te Kanawa : KIRI
37. Loses traction : SKIDS
40. D-Day vessels : LSTS
41. Desktop symbols : ICONS
43. The Dapper Don : GOTTI
45. With 55-Across, message left by 28-Across for future explorers : WECAMEINPEACE
49. Peeve : IRK
50. Geom. prerequisite : ALG
51. "Aladdin" hero : ALI
52. Little Red Book writer : MAO
55. See 45-Across : FORALLMANKIND
59. Even more certain: Lat. : AFORTIORI
61. Diacritical squiggle : TILDE
62. Sight in the Arctic Ocean : BERG
63. When morning ends : NOON
64. "Silas Marner" author : ELIOT
65. Whirling water : EDDY
66. Anglo-Saxon laborer : ESNE
67. Opportunities, metaphorically : DOORS
1. Mosque leaders : IMAMS
2. Less common : RARER
3. Like some patches : IRONON
4. Cabbage dish : SLAW
5. Whom Hamlet calls "A man that Fortune's buffets and rewards / Hast ta'en with equal thanks" : HORATIO
6. Sass, with "to" : TALKBACK
7. McFlurry flavor : OREO
8. Large wine bottle : MAGNUM
9. They may come in sheets : STAMPS
10. ___ 67 (onetime Montreal event) : EXPO
11. Forsakes : ABANDONS
12. Reel's partner : ROD
13. Stores for G.I.'s : PXS
19. Reluctant : LOATH
21. Respites : LULLS
26. Handling the matter : ONIT
27. Matures : AGES
29. Minneapolis suburb : EDINA
30. Have the throne : REIGN
31. Archaeologist's find : RELIC
34. Fuzzy fruit : KIWI
35. Cupcake finisher : ICER
36. 1970s James Garner TV title role : ROCKFORD
38. Pleasure-associated neurotransmitter : DOPAMINE
39. Inscribed pillar : STELA
42. Natty : SMART
44. Not pure : TAINTED
46. Julia's "Seinfeld" role : ELAINE
47. Inuit homes : IGLOOS
48. Estevez of the Brat Pack : EMILIO
53. Choice words : ANDOR
54. "Waiting for Lefty" playwright : ODETS
56. Bacchanalian revelry : ORGY
57. "Dianetics" author ___ Hubbard : LRON
58. D.E.A. seizure, maybe : KILO
59. The Rail Splitter : ABE
60. G-man : FED

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