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, Safari, Firefox, or Edge for best results.

New York Times, Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Author:
Pamela Klawitter
Editor:
Will Shortz
TotalDebutLatestCollabs
73/6/20086/10/20140
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
4011100
ScrabbleRebusCirclePangram
1.42040
Pamela Amick Klawitter

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JKQVXZ} This is puzzle # 6 for Ms. Klawitter. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
1
T
2
A
3
I
4
L
5
B
6
E
7
T
8
A
9
S
10
A
11
D
12
I
13
M
14
E
N
N
A
15
A
L
O
N
E
16
D
I
N
E
17
R
Y
E
S
18
T
O
W
E
R
19
M
A
I
L
20
S
O
S
21
C
H
I
N
22
G
23
U
I
L
T
24
E
N
S
25
I
L
E
S
26
F
E
L
T
T
I
27
P
28
R
E
E
S
E
29
E
30
C
L
A
T
31
O
A
R
32
N
A
33
B
34
H
U
N
35
O
N
L
Y
36
C
O
R
N
37
E
R
S
T
38
O
R
E
39
A
40
B
A
T
41
A
S
I
42
S
U
E
43
F
O
R
44
T
I
P
S
45
Y
46
T
O
47
N
48
G
49
A
50
B
L
O
51
W
S
B
Y
52
S
53
A
D
S
O
N
G
54
S
L
I
E
R
55
A
H
S
O
56
T
A
L
57
C
H
A
N
58
I
59
O
T
A
S
60
W
A
W
A
61
H
O
N
I
62
T
R
O
P
E
63
I
T
O
R
64
A
I
N
T
65
H
E
R
E
S
66
G
E
N
E
© 2013, The New York TimesNo. 0703 ( 23,248 )

Support XWord Info today

Pay now and get access for a year.

1. Select account level
2. Choose how to pay
Across
1
Succulent lobster piece : TAIL
5
Still-in-development apps : BETAS
10
Take ___ view of : ADIM
14
City known as the Navel of Sicily : ENNA
15
"Are we ___?" : ALONE
16
Eat by candlelight : DINE
17
Jim Beam and others : RYES
18
Airport feature : TOWER
19
Some airplane cargo : MAIL
20
"Mamma Mia!" number : SOS
21
Vandyke locale : CHIN
22
___-free (low-cal, maybe) : GUILT
24
Preserves on a farm : ENSILES
26
Sharpie feature : FELTTIP
28
Witherspoon of "Walk the Line" : REESE
29
Grand display : ECLAT
31
Boat turner : OAR
32
Collar : NAB
34
Fifth-century sacker : HUN
35
Word before a sale price : ONLY
36
Local convenience ... or a hint to the words in the circled squares : CORNERSTORE
39
Blind as ___ : ABAT
41
"Call 'em"/"see 'em" connection : ASI
42
"Alphabet series" author Grafton : SUE
43
Preposition in many Grafton titles : FOR
44
Risking a D.U.I., say : TIPSY
46
Neighbor of Fiji : TONGA
50
Easily passes : BLOWSBY
52
"Last Kiss" or "Tell Laura I Love Her" : SADSONG
54
More guileful : SLIER
55
Facetious "I see" : AHSO
56
Former chess champion Mikhail : TAL
57
Charlie who said "Waiting for tomorrow waste of today" : CHAN
58
Minuscule amounts : IOTAS
60
Part of a guitarist's pedalboard : WAWA
61
Daughter of Hägar the Horrible : HONI
62
Figurative use of a word : TROPE
63
"Believe ___ Not!" : ITOR
64
25-Down, nonstandardly : AINT
65
Start of a toast : HERES
66
Pool item? : GENE
Down
1
More to the point : TERSER
2
"Who wants to volunteer?" : ANYONE
3
Actually existing : INESSE
4
___ Palmas : LAS
5
Come clean? : BATHE
6
Plaza girl of fiction : ELOISE
7
Ending with George or James : TOWN
8
Hydrocarbon suffix : ANE
9
March V.I.P.'s? : SERGEANTS
10
Fess up (to) : ADMIT
11
Landline sound : DIALTONE
12
Handkerchief embroidery : INITIAL
13
Sitcom cook who said "Stow it!" : MEL
21
Like crystal : CLEAR
23
Final: Abbr. : ULT
25
"This ___ a drill!" : ISNOT
26
Winter bugs : FLUS
27
Apply leverage to : PRY
30
Rock in Hollywood : CHRIS
33
Group with two apostrophes in its name : BNAIBRITH
35
Cookies that flavor some ice cream : OREOS
36
British poet laureate Duffy : CAROLANN
37
Spot : ESPY
38
Go one better than : OUTDO
39
B-52's home: Abbr. : AFB
40
Moscow ballet company : BOLSHOI
44
J. Alfred Prufrock creator's monogram : TSE
45
What a slingshot or wishbone has : YSHAPE
47
Jot down : NOTATE
48
Chew, as a steak bone : GNAWON
49
Shining brightly : AGLARE
51
Take home the top prize : WINIT
53
Ninnies : ASSES
55
Suffix with origin or comment : ATOR
57
When doubled, a dance : CHA
59
Stuff to dig up : ORE
60
Part of many a Halloween costume : WIG

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

Found bugs or have suggestions?