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New York Times, Wednesday, October 4, 2006

Author:
Adam Cohen
Editor:
Will Shortz
___ v. United States, 1967 decision limiting wiretapping
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Adam Cohen

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 40 Missing: {FQ} This is puzzle # 15 for Mr. Cohen. Wednesday freshness: 57%
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© 2006, The New York Times10/4/6 ( No. 20,784 )
Across
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___ Strip : GAZA
5
Fight off : REPEL
10
Magic charm : MOJO
14
Wows : AWES
15
Slip away, as support : ERODE
16
Go up against : ABUT
17
Headline? : PART
18
Thumb, e.g. : DIGIT
19
"Little ___ in Slumberland" (early comic) : NEMO
20
Breakup line from a data inputter? : YOURENOTMYTYPE
23
Scottish river : DEE
24
Canal locale : EAR
25
Breakup line from an astronaut? : INEEDMORESPACE
33
Mountain lakes : TARNS
34
Tarzan's transportation : VINES
35
Pick, with "for" : OPT
37
Afr. or Eur. : CONT
38
Ice hockey game interruption : MELEE
39
Noted tower site : PISA
40
Initials on the high seas : HMS
41
Less sportsmanlike : SORER
42
Round dance : GALOP
43
Breakup line from a grammarian? : ITSNOTYOUITSME
46
Steno's need : PAD
47
Modern navigation aid, for short : GPS
48
Breakup line from a farmer? : WEVEGROWNAPART
56
"Anything ___?" : ELSE
57
What "audio" means in Latin : IHEAR
58
Curse : JINX
60
In : AMID
61
Dusk to dawn : NIGHT
62
"___ walks into a bar ..." : AGUY
63
___ Music of 1970's-80's rock : ROXY
64
Stimulate : GOOSE
65
___ v. United States, 1967 decision limiting wiretapping : KATZ
Down
1
Breach : GAP
2
"Shoo!" : AWAY
3
Complete drip : ZERO
4
Candidate for valedictorian : ASTUDENT
5
Turn in : REDEEM
6
Actress Moran of "Happy Days" : ERIN
7
"We have met the enemy and he is us" speaker : POGO
8
Tweak, say : EDIT
9
"Hmmm ..." : LETMESEE
10
Oft-repeated phrase : MANTRA
11
Word removed from many modern wedding vows : OBEY
12
Parachutist's act : JUMP
13
Cornhusker State tribe : OTOE
21
Cold war side : REDS
22
Sounds in pounds : YAPS
25
Wanderlust, e.g. : ITCH
26
One of the Judds : NAOMI
27
Surrealist Max : ERNST
28
Manifest : OVERT
29
"Home-Folks" poet : RILEY
30
First page of a calendario : ENERO
31
Mattress layer : COILS
32
___ salts : EPSOM
36
Wiretapping evidence : TAPE
38
1970's fad item : MOODRING
39
Man of letters? : PATSAJAK
41
Unforeseen difficulty : SNAG
42
Notre Dame footballer coached by Rockne : GIPP
44
Express : SPEEDY
45
Lorre's "Casablanca" character : UGARTE
48
Sport : WEAR
49
"Redhead" on "Sesame Street" : ELMO
50
Midsize motor : VSIX
51
Miami River's outlet : OHIO
52
"___ Together" (song from "Grease") : WEGO
53
Casual denials : NAHS
54
Baltic capital : RIGA
55
Letter-shaped hardware item : TNUT
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End of kindergarten? : XYZ

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

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