New York Times, Friday, August 8, 2008

Author: Mike Nothnagel
Editor: Will Shortz
Mike Nothnagel
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 26 for Mr. Nothnagel. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2008, The New York Times
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1. Many a stuntman's sequence : CHASE
6. TV series featuring a robotic dog named K-9 : DOCTORWHO
15. Revived : REDUX
16. Something to chew on : SOLIDFOOD
17. Completely lose it : ERUPT
18. Waiting for the starting gun, say : ONONEKNEE
19. Gondolier, e.g. : POLER
20. Very : SAME
21. Seasonal sound : BRR
22. Pump alternative : TSTRAP
24. Kitchen gizmo : PARER
27. Termagant : SCOLD
30. Sold all one's stock? : RANOUT
33. Bouncing off the walls : DELIRIOUS
37. Title castle town of book and film : ZENDA
38. Catching a few z's : ADOZE
39. Jed's first chief of staff on "The West Wing" : LEO
40. Soup pastas : ORZOS
41. Jackknifed, e.g. : DIVED
42. Causes of some breakouts : ALLERGENS
44. Cause of fatigue : ANEMIA
46. Not get involved : SITBY
47. Paving stones : SETTS
49. Out : OLDHAT
53. With 55-Across, campus hangout : REC
55. See 53-Across : HALL
58. Surface : ARISE
59. 1985 Golden Globe-nominated role for Eddie Murphy : AXELFOLEY
62. Drop shots : DINKS
63. Without assistance in a fight : MANOAMANO
64. Split up : ENDIT
65. Not applied neatly : SMEAREDON
66. One side in an informal game : SKINS
1. Proceeded with caution : CREPT
2. Alternatives to wraps : HEROS
3. Ticket category : ADULT
4. Hit 2004 Morgan Spurlock documentary : SUPERSIZEME
5. It might turn a B into an A : EXTRACREDIT
6. U.K. decorations : DSOS
7. 1998 biography subtitled "Living in the Shadows" : OONA
8. Not tread lightly : CLOMP
9. Conductor's bane : TINEAR
10. Dedicated lines : ODE
11. 1960s atty. gen. : RFK
12. Got beaten by two people? : WONBRONZE
13. Crop cropper : HOER
14. The Szczecin Lagoon is an extension of its mouth : ODER
23. Food often described using the number of fingers it takes to eat it : POI
25. Cutting-edge technology? : RAZORBLADES
26. Jolt, e.g. : ENERGYDRINK
28. 1970 hit with the lyric "Girls will be boys and boys will be girls" : LOLA
29. Old-fashioned argument enders : DUELS
31. Soup pasta : UDON
32. News source beginning in 1925 : TASS
33. Early pop? : DADA
34. ___ chief (publ. honcho) : EDIN
35. Shoot with steam? : LOVESCENE
36. Helpless performances? : SOLI
43. Historical war zone: Abbr. : ETO
45. In : ATHOME
48. Introductory course? : SALAD
50. "Thug" and "loot" derive from it : HINDI
51. Make an opening offer? : ASKIN
52. Some cricket matches : TESTS
53. Ones going head to head? : RAMS
54. It might be required for entrance : EXAM
56. "You're not famous until my mother has heard of you" quipper : LENO
57. Mary who founded Mount Holyoke College : LYON
60. "Mahalo nui ___" ("Thank you very much," in Hilo) : LOA
61. Considerably : FAR

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