New York Times, Friday, September 1, 2006

Author: David Quarfoot
Editor: Will Shortz
David Quarfoot
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 27 Missing: {JQU} This is puzzle # 9 for Mr. Quarfoot. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Dishes prepared alla Milanese : RISOTTOS
9. Some Western gear : REATAS
15. "Heavens!" : OHMEOHMY
16. Aloe soothes it : ECZEMA
17. Call from Rocky : YOADRIAN
18. Lincoln is the only U.S. president to have one : PATENT
19. Point pinpointer: Abbr. : GPS
20. Adequate, once : ENOW
22. Renaissance fiddle : REBEC
23. Interest : BEHALF
26. Attention-getting headline in a small ad : NEEDCASH
28. Neighbor of Rhône : ISERE
29. One of three in eleven: Abbr. : SYLL
30. Poor : SLIM
31. Tart bar order : VODKAGIMLET
34. Eastern language : LAO
35. R & R sites : SPAS
36. Santa ___, Calif. : YNEZ
38. Abbr. on a French envelope : MME
41. Cry during crunch time : THEHEATISON
46. Runs into : RAMS
48. Década divisions : ANOS
49. Prefix with graphic : ETHNO
50. "Uh-uh" : FRAIDNOT
52. Brains and beauty, e.g. : ASSETS
53. Skater Rodnina with three Olympic golds : IRINA
54. Say you'll go, say : RSVP
56. X : CHI
57. Compound used in aviation fuel : XYLENE
59. Roadblock : HINDERER
62. Words of clarification : IMEANT
63. Bridge opening : ONESPADE
64. Roosevelt and Kennedy : TEDDYS
65. Service station? : TEATABLE
1. Person of color? : ROYGBIV
2. Bit of wishful thinking : IHOPESO
3. Under the table : SMASHED
4. Citation-filled ref. : OED
5. Climber's prominence : TOR
6. One taking inventory? : THIEF
7. Land with an exclave : OMAN
8. Try to stab, e.g. : SYNONYM
9. Big party: Abbr. : REP
10. Modern greeting : ECARD
11. Old empire members : AZTECS
12. Activity for little hitters : TEEBALL
13. Calling up trouble? : AMNESIA
14. 1957 four-LP jazz set subtitled "A Musical Autobiography" : SATCHMO
21. "Actually, you're right" : WELLYES
24. Refuges : ARKS
25. Expressed uncontained joy : LEAPT
27. "Mefistofele" role : ELENA
29. Assent for un hombre : SISENOR
32. Cartoonist Wilson : GAHAN
33. Bordeaux butters? : TETES
37. Teens might try to hide them : ZITS
38. Handyman : MRFIXIT
39. Words with a nice ring to them? : MARRYME
40. Sent free of charge : EMAILED
42. Ace : HOTSHOT
43. Kind of soup : SHECRAB
44. Out of action, in baseball lingo : ONTHEDL
45. "Uh-uh" : NOSIREE
47. Actress Cusack, who married Jeremy Irons : SINEAD
51. 21-season pitcher Darwin : DANNY
52. Sleep clinic study : APNEA
55. Grape or watermelon : VINE
58. A.P. exam org. : ETS
60. Reason to move forward annually?: Abbr. : DST
61. Grp. concerned with m.p.g. : EPA

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