It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker. Please consider supporting our site by purchasing an account.
This web browser is not supported. Use Chrome, Edge, Safari, or Firefox for best results.

New York Times, Thursday, June 7, 2007

Author:
Nancy Salomon
Editor:
Will Shortz
TotalDebutLatestCollabs
1868/13/199511/7/2012116
SunMonTueWedThuFriSatVariety
3633533719611
ScrabbleRebusCirclePangram
1.581521
Nancy Salomon

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {QVXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 174 for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite
1
B
2
B
3
L
4
S
5
H
6
E
7
R
8
A
9
C
10
A
11
N
12
A
13
L
E
R
O
I
14
A
L
O
T
15
A
LAM
O
S
16
I
D
I
N
G
17
D
O
N
T
18
B
LAM
E
M
E
19
C
LAM
M
I
N
20
G
U
P
21
N
O
I
D
E
A
22
P
O
P
E
23
S
24
S
T
A
N
25
A
26
S
27
K
28
F
O
R
29
T
30
O
N
Y
31
I
T
A
L
S
32
C
33
LAM
O
R
34
J
35
A
36
K
37
E
38
M
Y
L
I
T
39
T
L
E
R
U
40
N
A
W
A
Y
41
S
E
E
M
42
B
O
D
Y
43
O
N
R
Y
E
44
F
45
R
A
T
46
G
R
E
Y
E
D
47
A
48
F
LAM
E
49
H
50
A
51
R
E
M
52
A
L
U
M
N
53
A
54
P
I
E
A
55
LAM
56
O
57
D
58
E
59
S
T
R
E
E
T
60
LAM
P
S
61
R
E
M
A
P
62
S
H
O
R
63
T
A
L
E
64
A
N
I
T
A
65
T
O
R
Y
66
Y
S
E
R
67
E
T
T
A
© 2007, The New York TimesNo. 0607 ( 21,030 )
Across
1
Crude containers: Abbr. : BBLS
5
Goddess whose bird was a peacock : HERA
9
Water-to-wine town : CANA
13
Enemy of la Révolution française : LEROI
14
Often : ALOT
15
Southwestern trees : ALAMOS
16
Job at a lineup : IDING
17
"It's not my fault!" : DONTBLAMEME
19
Not giving the police any more information : CLAMMINGUP
21
"Beats me" : NOIDEA
22
Long line in Rome : POPES
24
Suffix meaning "land" in some country names : STAN
25
Seek : ASKFOR
29
Swank : TONY
31
A book title may be in it: Abbr. : ITALS
32
Hubbub : CLAMOR
34
Hunky-dory : JAKE
38
1961 Del Shannon lyric (and title of this puzzle) : MYLITTLERUNAWAY
41
Look : SEEM
42
Factor in a wine review : BODY
43
One way to serve ham : ONRYE
44
Rushing group : FRAT
46
Showing one's age, in a way : GREYED
47
Fiery : AFLAME
49
Scheherazade's locale : HAREM
52
Barnard grad, e.g. : ALUMNA
54
Double dessert : PIEALAMODE
59
Some crime deterrents : STREETLAMPS
61
Plot again : REMAP
62
Toots in a restaurant : SHOR
63
Something that's spun : TALE
64
Soul singer Baker : ANITA
65
Winston Churchill, e.g. : TORY
66
River of Flanders : YSER
67
"Tell Mama" singer James : ETTA
Down
1
Total chaos : BEDLAM
2
Overflow site : BRIM
3
"WKRP" actress Anderson : LONI
4
Help provider : SIGNPOST
5
Hosted at one's penthouse, say : HADUP
6
Get together without fanfare? : ELOPE
7
Harry's pal at Hogwarts : RON
8
Ltr. routing aid : ATTN
9
Frontier sharpshooter : CALAMITYJANE
10
Tree-lined promenade : ALAMEDA
11
"Julius" in Gaius Julius Caesar : NOMEN
12
Between shores, maybe : ASEA
13
D.M.V. document : LIC
18
Cap'n's underling : BOSN
20
Brit's oath : GOR
23
Level : STORY
25
Ends : AIMS
26
Eyelid annoyance : STYE
27
Long green : KALE
28
Con games : FLIMFLAMMERY
30
Sch. named for a televangelist : ORU
32
Cleric's attire : CLOTH
33
Hobbled : LAMED
35
Out of kilter : AWRY
36
"The Court Jester" star, 1956 : KAYE
37
Got a load of : EYED
39
Program guide abbr. : TBA
40
Field part : NORMARAE
45
French filmmaker Clair : RENE
46
"Hmm, I didn't know that!" : GEE
47
Even if, briefly : ALTHO
48
Prelude to a revolution : FUROR
50
Jobs creation : APPLE
51
Alarm heeder : RISER
52
Deputy: Abbr. : ASST
53
Firm member: Abbr. : ATTY
55
"Ah, for the good old days," e.g. : LAMENT
56
Except : OMIT
57
Experiment's yield : DATA
58
Waste watchers' org. : EPA
60
Eastern priests : LAMAS

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

Found bugs or have suggestions?