New York Times, Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Author: Allan E. Parrish
Editor: Will Shortz
Allan E. Parrish
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FQX} This is puzzle # 12 for Mr. Parrish. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Cube creator Erno : RUBIK
6. Rudely ignore : SNUB
10. Computer graphics file format : JPEG
14. "Saturday Night Live" alum Cheri : OTERI
15. Green Hornet's sidekick : KATO
16. Push for : URGE
17. Two-time Oscar winner Dianne : WIEST
18. Asia's ___ Sea : ARAL
19. Roseanne, formerly : BARR
20. Camera type, briefly : SLR
21. See 33-Down : KITCHENITEM
24. Points a finger at : BLAMES
26. Leases again : RELETS
27. Nogales nap : SIESTA
29. Oliver's request : MORE
30. Indianapolis gridder : COLT
31. Be slack-jawed : GAPE
34. Pool measurement : DEPTH
38. Hole-making tool : AWL
39. Is a member : BELONGS
41. "Yes, madame" : OUI
42. "You never know …" : MAYBE
44. Decorative case : ETUI
45. Barely manages, with "out" : EKES
46. Narrow inlets : RIAS
48. S.F. Giants' div. : NLWEST
50. Map feature : LEGEND
53. Less complicated : EASIER
55. See 33-Down : ILLEGALDRUG
57. Aunt Polly's nephew, in a Twain classic : TOM
60. Yugoslavia's Josip ___ Tito : BROZ
61. Heart of the matter : GIST
62. Throw with effort : HEAVE
64. Boxer's prefight attire : ROBE
65. "Able was I ___ …" : EREI
66. Kindergartners : TYKES
67. They sometimes "have it" : AYES
68. Telemarketer's aim : SALE
69. Tea leaf readers, e.g. : SEERS
1. Seating sections : ROWS
2. Gas, e.g.: Abbr. : UTIL
3. See 33-Down : BEERBELLY
4. Form 1040 org. : IRS
5. Popular Hershey bar : KITKAT
6. Do lutzes, e.g. : SKATE
7. Pushers' pursuers : NARCS
8. Six-sided state : UTAH
9. Ravel classic : BOLERO
10. On fire, as some desserts : JUBILEE
11. Ramble on : PRATE
12. White-plumed wader : EGRET
13. Listerine targets : GERMS
22. Spin doctor's concern : IMAGE
23. The out crowd : NERDS
25. D-Day craft : LST
27. Shell game : SCAM
28. Corn Belt state : IOWA
29. List of options : MENU
32. Drinks with heads : ALES
33. Word that defines 21- and 55-Across and 3- and 35-Down : POT
35. See 33-Down : POKERTAKE
36. Mardi Gras, e.g.: Abbr. : TUES
37. H.S. subject : HIST
39. It's alive : BEING
40. Kind of knife advertised on TV : GINSU
43. Summer coolers : BREEZES
45. Farm female : EWE
47. "Let sleeping dogs lie" and others : ADAGES
49. Start of a director's directive : LIGHTS
50. Virgo's follower : LIBRA
51. Jetson boy : ELROY
52. Shakespeare's theater : GLOBE
53. 1950's automotive embarrassment : EDSEL
54. Clarinetist Shaw : ARTIE
56. The euro replaced it : LIRA
58. All done : OVER
59. Military meal : MESS
63. Artist's asset : EYE

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