New York Times, Tuesday, September 5, 2006

Author: Timothy Powell
Editor: Will Shortz
Timothy Powell
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQVZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Powell. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Not a hologram, say : REAL
5. First mate? : ADAM
9. Somewhat, slangily : KINDA
14. Kind of clef : ALTO
15. Whittle (down) : PARE
16. Fiery feeling : ARDOR
17. "There's a call for you, Mr. Gates" : PHONEBILL
19. Talk big : BOAST
20. Swatch rival : TIMEX
21. Rummy : SOT
22. In tune : ONKEY
23. Milk, on an Rx : LAC
25. Garbage boat : SCOW
27. "Calm down, Mr. Wahlberg" : EASYMARK
32. Faithful servant in "Otello" : EMILIA
36. Inits. on a telly : BBC
37. Mick Jagger and fellas, with "the" : STONES
39. Singer k. d. ___ : LANG
40. Sufficient, informally : ENUF
42. Blackens, in a way : SOOTS
43. Suffix with electro- : LYTE
44. Hart family sitcom : REBA
45. Build up, as a river's edge : EMBANK
47. Coffee holder : URN
48. In poor taste : TRASHY
50. "Get out of the chair, Mr. Boone" : STANDPAT
52. Swarm : TEEM
54. Trial lawyer's advice : SUE
55. TV doctor : WELBY
58. Part of F.W.I.W. : ITS
61. Popular exercise system : TAEBO
65. One way to read : ALOUD
66. "Clean up, Mr. Stewart" : SHOWERROD
68. Bing Crosby's record label : DECCA
69. Toledo's lake : ERIE
70. Event not run in the Olympics : MILE
71. Sausage flavor : SMOKY
72. Hold sway : RULE
73. What a ring doesn't have : ENDS
1. Fully absorbed : RAPT
2. K-12 : ELHI
3. Positron's place : ATOM
4. Unfriended : LONELY
5. P.D. alert : APB
6. Honoree's place : DAIS
7. A Guthrie : ARLO
8. Turns to mush : MELTS
9. Comic book blast : KABOOM
10. "Press on, Mr. Smith" : IRONWILL
11. Bismarck's locale: Abbr. : NDAK
12. One tablespoon, e.g. : DOSE
13. A bit pretentious : ARTY
18. Boards, e.g. : EXAMS
24. Colorful marble : CATSEYE
26. Some corporate planes : CESSNAS
27. Critic Roger : EBERT
28. Capp lad : ABNER
29. Look at coral reefs, maybe : SCUBA
30. Part of an accusation in the game Clue : ROOM
31. Old TV features : KNOBS
33. Simple two-pointer : LAYUP
34. The "I" in IUD : INTRA
35. Cut taker : AGENT
38. Louisiane ou Floride : ETAT
41. "At once, Mr. Owens" : FASTBUCK
46. Coach Rockne : KNUTE
49. Prime time : HEYDAY
51. "Alas!" : DEARME
53. Silas Marner, e.g. : MISER
55. Rolls of dough : WADS
56. Boron or bohrium: Abbr. : ELEM
57. Bats : LOCO
59. Drive-___ : THRU
60. Potter's buy : SOIL
62. Land of poetry : ERIN
63. Typeface option : BOLD
64. Sapphic works : ODES
67. Minuscule : WEE

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