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New York Times, Monday, March 21, 2016

54-Down : Electronic music genre

Author:
Michael Hawkins
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Michael Hawkins

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Hawkins. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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© 2016, The New York Times3/21/16 ( No. 24,240 )

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1
Psychedelic drug : LSD
4
Davenport : SOFA
8
Messy : UNTIDY
14
Not their : OUR
15
Billiards game : POOL
16
Knuckle rub : NOOGIE
17
#1 success : SMASHHIT
19
Two of them don't make a right : WRONGS
20
Author Zola : EMILE
21
Jean ___, old-time French pirate with a base in New Orleans : LAFITTE
23
Lady of Lima : SENORA
25
Likeliest time for a traffic jam : RUSHHOUR
28
Fury : IRE
29
Santa's little helper : ELF
31
Hi-___ graphics : RES
32
G.I. entertainers : USO
33
Banks of "America's Next Top Model" : TYRA
35
Baseball hit that doesn't go far : BUNT
37
English class assignment : ESSAY
39
Rubbish pile : TRASHHEAP
42
"Goodbye, mon ami!" : ADIEU
45
Luge, e.g. : SLED
46
"Be on the lookout" messages, for short : APBS
50
Score in baseball : RUN
51
Baking meas. : TSP
53
No longer in the game: Abbr. : RET
55
Deserter of a sinking ship : RAT
56
It's at the end of the line : FISHHOOK
59
Dawning period : NEWERA
61
Beer can opener : PULLTAB
63
"That's enough out of you!" : CANIT
64
Criticized angrily, with "out" : REAMED
66
Top-secret ... or a hint to 17-, 25-, 39- and 56-Across (AND 66-Across!) : HUSHHUSH
68
Not filled, as a part : UNCAST
69
Not fat : LEAN
70
Grp. that meets after school : PTA
71
Nevertheless : EVENSO
72
Not fooled by : ONTO
73
Oscar- and Grammy-winning singer Smith : SAM
Down
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Goes bonkers : LOSESIT
2
Suitable for warm weather : SUMMERY
3
Sink-side rack : DRAINER
4
Ball, geometrically : SPHERE
5
"That's amazing!" : OOH
6
Wrap for leftover food : FOIL
7
Place for a bride and groom : ALTAR
8
Foolhardy : UNWISE
9
Body of water between Denmark and Scotland : NORTHSEA
10
A candy lover has a sweet one : TOOTH
11
Like granite and basalt : IGNEOUS
12
Like, in slang : DIG
13
"I agree" : YES
18
___-mo : SLO
22
Advance, as a cause : FURTHER
24
Jessica of "Sin City" : ALBA
26
___ Today : USA
27
Cowboy Rogers : ROY
30
Hard-to-please sort : FUSSPOT
34
Consumed : ATE
36
Org. in which Ducks play with pucks : NHL
38
Relaxing getaway : SPA
40
Cold-blooded : RUTHLESS
41
Garden with forbidden fruit : EDEN
42
Relative of "Bowwow!" : ARF
43
Busted boozer's offense, for short : DUI
44
Where "no one can hear you scream," per "Alien" : INSPACE
47
Union agreements, informally? : PRENUPS
48
Coffee shop employee : BARISTA
49
Action star Jason : STATHAM
52
Did some business with : SOLDTO
54
Electronic music genre : TECHNO
57
What "to err is" : HUMAN
58
Artist Frida : KAHLO
60
"Do ___ Diddy Diddy" (1964 #1 hit) : WAH
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Good, in Guatemala : BUEN
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Regret : RUE
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Part of S.A.S.E.: Abbr. : ENV
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Used a davenport : SAT

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