New York Times, Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Author: Oliver Hill
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FGJX} Featured Will Shortz favorite This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Hill. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. "Impression, Sunrise" painter : MONET
6. Gives the thumbs-up : OKS
9. Dreamworks's first animated film : ANTZ
13. Site of some rock shows : ARENA
14. End of a boast : VICI
16. Pitcher Derek : LOWE
17. A heap : SCADS
18. Flair : ELAN
19. Subject of many Georgia O'Keeffe paintings : IRIS
20. Disaster : CATASTROPHE
23. Skill : ART
24. Woman's name meaning "weary" in Hebrew : LEAH
25. Of this world : EARTHLY
27. Swelter : BOIL
30. Word before and after "for" : MEASURE
32. Airport info: Abbr. : ARR
33. Maryland athlete, for short : TERP
34. They're often eaten with applesauce : LATKES
38. Bard's "below" : NEATH
40. Place to put a bud : EAR
42. Like J in the alphabet : TENTH
43. Flirtatious one : COQUET
45. See 53-Down : ROSA
47. Suffix with Brooklyn : ITE
48. Made tidy, in a way : SWEPTUP
50. Bibliographic abbr. : ETAL
51. Experience a mondegreen, e.g. : MISHEAR
54. Agenda unit : TASK
56. ___ carte : ALA
57. Lover's woe ... or something found, literally, in the 4th, 5th, 8th and 11th rows of this puzzle : BROKENHEART
62. Brass component : ZINC
64. When doubled, popular 1980s-'90s British sitcom : ALLO
65. Alexander the Great conquered it ca. 335 B.C. : IONIA
66. Appendices with some studies : DATA
67. SAT taker, e.g. : TEEN
68. Don : PUTON
69. Genesis man : ADAM
70. Date : SEE
71. Editors' marks : STETS
1. Like bueno but not buena: Abbr. : MASC
2. Filmdom's Willy, for one : ORCA
3. "Cool beans!" : NEAT
4. It's ultimate : ENDALL
5. French cup : TASSE
6. "Psst!" : OVERHERE
7. Metric prefix : KILO
8. Pretty vistas, for short : SCAPES
9. The Greatest : ALI
10. Singer Jones : NORAH
11. Pirouette : TWIRL
12. Full of spice : ZESTY
15. Rope for pulling a sail : INHAUL
21. Lacking spice : TAME
22. Mess-ups : ERRATA
26. French bean? : TETE
27. French bench : BANC
28. Uh-Oh! ___ (Nabisco product) : OREO
29. Where many a veteran has served : IRAQ
31. Distinct : APART
33. Information superhighway : THEWEB
35. Make a sweater, say : KNIT
36. "At Last" singer James : ETTA
37. Poet/illustrator Silverstein : SHEL
39. Rear : TUSH
41. Slow alternative to I-95 : ROUTEONE
44. Rip into : TEARAT
46. Breadth : SPAN
49. Lower class in "1984" : PROLES
50. Manage : EKEOUT
51. Protegé, for one : MAZDA
52. Poem with approximately 16,000 lines : ILIAD
53. With 45-Across, largest city in California's wine country : SANTA
55. Sends by UPS, say : SHIPS
58. Painter Paul : KLEE
59. Chip or two, maybe : ANTE
60. Real knee-slapper : RIOT
61. Bronzes : TANS
63. Video shooter, for short : CAM

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