New York Times, Tuesday, August 1, 2006

Author: David Sullivan
Editor: Will Shortz
David Sullivan
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Sullivan. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
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1. With 66-Across, where one might find 16-, 26-, 43- and 58-Across : YARD
5. Broadway opener : ACTI
9. Tombstone lawman : EARP
13. Busy as ___ : ABEE
14. Lace end : AGLET
15. Cancel, on a PC : UNDO
16. Photos for a pittance? : CHEAPSHOTS
18. Horse coloration : ROAN
19. ___ lane (rush-hr. convenience) : HOV
20. "Fine by me" : OKAY
21. Minuscule : TEENSY
23. Stereo setting : TREBLE
25. Signal to a road hog : HONK
26. Engine parts on clearance? : REDUCEDCARBS
32. New Zealanders, informally : KIWIS
35. Himalayan kingdom : NEPAL
36. Granola grain : OAT
37. "Dies ___" : IRAE
38. Bengals' home, familiarly : CINCY
39. When doubled, a Pacific island : BORA
40. U.K. record label : EMI
41. Farfalle or fusilli : PASTA
42. Pushover : SOFTY
43. PC's for peanuts? : VALUESYSTEMS
46. Takes home : NETS
47. Unoccupied : VACANT
51. Bearded leader : CASTRO
54. Pitchfork-shaped letters : PSIS
56. Grazing ground : LEA
57. Off-the-wall response? : ECHO
58. Blankets for the taking? : FREETHROWS
61. German Expressionist ___ Nolde : EMIL
62. Islamic decree : FATWA
63. Guitarist Atkins : CHET
64. Text message command : SEND
65. British gun of W.W. II : STEN
66. See 1-Across : SALE
1. Cruise in style : YACHT
2. Detest : ABHOR
3. Superman player : REEVE
4. Narc's org. : DEA
5. Turkish title : AGHA
6. Be too sweet : CLOY
7. Hanoi holiday : TET
8. Song from "Mame" starting "Light the candles …" : ITSTODAY
9. "I've got it!" : EUREKA
10. Shortly, to a bard : ANON
11. Vitamin bottle figs. : RDAS
12. Pay, with "up" : PONY
14. "Since you ___ …" : ASKED
17. Gdansk denizens : POLES
22. S.A.S.E., e.g.: Abbr. : ENCL
24. Spreadable cheese : BRIE
25. Jazz lover, in old slang : HEPCAT
27. Sperry/Burroughs merger company : UNISYS
28. Euro fractions : CENTS
29. It's over your head : ROOF
30. S.F. rail service : BART
31. Dog command : STAY
32. Chicken ___ : KIEV
33. "___ la Douce" : IRMA
34. Banshee's cry : WAIL
38. "Survivor" losers : CASTOFFS
39. Pear type : BOSC
41. Equal : PEER
42. Big, big hit : SMASH
44. Still a secret : UNTOLD
45. Madonna musical : EVITA
48. Kauai goodbye : ALOHA
49. Staircase post : NEWEL
50. "Take a bite" : TASTE
51. Middling marks : CEES
52. Wile E. Coyote's supplier : ACME
53. Tibia's place : SHIN
54. Tennis ace Sampras : PETE
55. Mended : SEWN
59. Squealer : RAT
60. Some colas : RCS

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