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New York Times, Monday, January 9, 2006

What the ends of 21- and 57-Across and 3- and 30-Down all name

Author:
Allan E. Parrish
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 34 Missing: {FQYZ} This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Parrish. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2006, The New York Times1/9/06 ( No. 20,516 )
Across
1
Freighter or whaler : SHIP
5
Read cursorily : SKIM
9
Chick's cries : PEEPS
14
Window section : PANE
15
Prefix with sphere : HEMI
16
Uncredited actor : EXTRA
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Rocketeer : ASTRONAUT
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Writer Joyce Carol ___ : OATES
20
Cheerleader's cheer : RAH
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Novelty dance spawned by a 1962 #1 hit : MONSTERMASH
23
CD player : STEREO
25
Freudian ___ : SLIP
26
Reach by foot : WALKTO
29
Certain fir : BALSAM
33
"I love," in France : JAIME
35
"___ perpetua" (Idaho's motto) : ESTO
37
Raison d'___ : ETRE
38
Holder of funerary ashes : URN
39
What the ends of 21- and 57-Across and 3- and 30-Down all name : TVSHOWS
42
Leading pitcher : ACE
43
Close by, in poetry : NIGH
45
Words of enlightenment : ISEE
46
Goose egg : AUGHT
48
Less difficult : EASIER
50
Have high hopes : ASPIRE
52
Nickname for Dallas : BIGD
54
Fiats : EDICTS
57
Party bowlful : POTATOCHIPS
62
"___ la la!" : OOH
63
Lenin's middle name : ILICH
64
Big business-related : CORPORATE
66
Small recess : NICHE
67
"What is to be done?!" : AHME
68
Kind of tea : ICED
69
"___ With Love" (1967 hit) : TOSIR
70
Wild hog : BOAR
71
Units of resistance : OHMS
Down
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Poles on a 1-Across : SPARS
2
Attacks : HASAT
3
Waiting just out of sight : INTHEWINGS
4
The "p" of m.p.h. : PER
5
Dope : SHNOOK
6
New Jersey's ___ University : KEAN
7
Don of talk radio : IMUS
8
Hands, in slang : MITTS
9
Central Illinois city : PEORIA
10
Case in point : EXAMPLE
11
Blues singer ___ James : ETTA
12
F.D.R. or J.F.K. : PRES
13
Window frame : SASH
18
Dish often served with home fries : OMELET
22
Rudely poke : ELBOW
24
St. Louis gridder : RAM
27
"___ of the D'Urbervilles" : TESS
28
Actor Milo : OSHEA
30
Old West transport : STAGECOACH
31
St. Louis landmark : ARCH
32
Get together : MEET
33
Beaver's mom on "Leave It to Beaver" : JUNE
34
Opera highlight : ARIA
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"Little piggies" : TOES
40
Sign of late summer : VIRGO
41
Declared : SAIDSO
44
Small patio grill : HIBACHI
47
Mentalist Geller : URI
49
A choice word : EITHER
51
Jalapeño, to name one : PEPPER
53
1983 Mr. T flick : DCCAB
55
Pole carving : TOTEM
56
Outbuildings : SHEDS
57
Blood donation, maybe : PINT
58
Mishmash : OLIO
59
Tiny spasms : TICS
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Popular cream-filled cake : HOHO
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"My Friend ___" of old radio/TV : IRMA
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Brazilian getaway : RIO

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later.

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