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New York Times, Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Word that can follow each half of 20- and 60-Across and 11- and 36-Down

Author:
Thomas Takaro
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Thomas Takaro

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {MX} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Takaro.
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© 2009, The New York Times3/10/09 ( No. 21,672 )
Across
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Org. for boomers, now : AARP
5
Smooth-talking : GLIB
9
Cause of something going up? : ARSON
14
Iranian money : RIAL
15
The last Mrs. Charlie Chaplin : OONA
16
London line : QUEUE
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Food-stamping org. : USDA
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Do a cashier's job : SCAN
19
Tech callers : USERS
20
Attack helicopter : BLACKHAWK
22
"___ Lay Dying" : ASI
23
Raptor's roost : AERIE
24
Sister of Rachel : LEAH
26
Snack machine inserts : ONES
29
Abode, informally : DIGS
31
Do a cashier's job : BAG
33
Day-___ colors : GLO
34
"Just a ___" (1931 hit) : GIGOLO
37
Director Kazan : ELIA
38
Pick on, in a way : RIB
39
WWW bookmark : URL
40
Often-joked-about professionals : LAWYERS
42
Summer on the Seine : ETE
43
Ellington's "Prelude ___ Kiss" : TOA
44
Will-___-wisp : OTHE
45
Walk unsteadily : DODDER
47
U.S.N.A. grad : ENS
48
Portuguese king : REI
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Zeus, to the Romans : JOVE
50
The Big Board, for short : NYSE
52
Cornell or Pound : EZRA
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Make rhapsodic : ELATE
58
Where to read about the 50-Across: Abbr. : WSJ
60
In the altogether : BUCKNAKED
62
Gaucho's rope : RIATA
64
Baseball's Moises : ALOU
65
"Holy cow!" : YIPE
66
"Over the Rainbow" composer Harold : ARLEN
67
Lincoln's state: Abbr. : NEBR
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Sons of ___ (group promoting Irish heritage) : ERIN
69
Far from faithful : FALSE
70
Determination : GRIT
71
Root beer brand : DADS
Down
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Tourist mecca off Venezuela : ARUBA
2
Seating option : AISLE
3
Weather forecaster's tool : RADAR
4
Tenor Domingo : PLACIDO
5
"Holy cow!" : GOSH
6
Many subway trains : LOCALS
7
Blown away : INAWE
8
Sure to bring in money : BANKABLE
9
Pastel hue : AQUA
10
Costner's "Tin Cup" co-star : RUSSO
11
Really steamed : SEEINGRED
12
Wilder's "___ Town" : OUR
13
Classic game console letters : NES
21
Radio host Garrison : KEILLOR
25
Buzz, bob or bangs : HAIRDO
27
Select few : ELITE
28
Unloaded? : SOBER
30
Colonel Sanders facial feature : GOATEE
32
Appliance with a pilot : GASOVEN
34
Word before "Morgen" or "Tag" : GUTEN
35
O. Henry literary device : IRONY
36
See-through partition : GLASSWALL
37
Word that can follow each half of 20- and 60-Across and 11- and 36-Down : EYE
41
Super-duper : WHIZBANG
46
Stuck in traffic, say : DELAYED
49
Derek of "I, Claudius" : JACOBI
51
___ Park, Colo. : ESTES
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Kaiser or czar : RULER
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Director Kurosawa : AKIRA
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Not so hot : TEPID
57
Idyllic spots : EDENS
59
Girl with the dog Spot : JANE
61
Quarterback Warner : KURT
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Luftwaffe foe: Abbr. : RAF
63
Portfolio part, for short : IRA

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle.

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