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New York Times, Thursday, July 8, 2021

Author:
John Lampkin
Editor:
Will Shortz
Creature whose eyesight has four to five times the acuity of humans
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 36 This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Lampkin.
John Lampkin notes:
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Jeff Chen notes:
John's comment about the AM/FM button amused me. I can imagine younger solvers coming to the end of their solve, wondering, what's ... read more
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© 2021, The New York Times7/8/21 ( No. 26,175 )
Across
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Slip : BOOBOO
7
Sections of online dating profiles : BIOS
11
Baseball, e.g. : ORB
14
Wrap up : ENFOLD
15
"Hamilton" won one in 2015 : OBIE
16
Very beginning? : VEE
17
Fashionable : ALAMODE
18
"Look what we have here!" : WELLWELL
20
Some change : COINS
21
Coffee liqueur originally from Jamaica : TIAMARIA
22
Symbol of strength : OAK
23
St. ___, neighborhood in north London : ANNS
27
Creature whose eyesight has four to five times the acuity of humans : EAGLE
28
Nashville-to-Louisville dir. : NNE
29
Jules who lent his name to an article of attire : LEOTARD
31
Some women's donations : OVA
33
Standing : STATUS
34
Slipped : ERRED
36
Like tom yum soup : THAI
39
It can be two-way ... with a hint to four squares in this puzzle : RADIO
41
Puts on top of : ADDS
42
"Antiques Roadshow" determination : WORTH
44
It's always getting into hot water : TEABAG
46
Eroded, with "away" : ATE
47
Thor, for one : AVENGER
49
Dazzle : WOW
52
Funny Poundstone : PAULA
54
Libel or slander : TORT
55
"___ Father ..." : OUR
56
2001 Broadway hit with an exclamation mark in its name : MAMMAMIA
58
Conductor Georg : SOLTI
60
Frenzied : INAPANIC
62
Something to meditate on : YOGAMAT
63
Big speedway sponsor : STP
64
"Buona ___" : SERA
65
Intertwine : ENLACE
66
Sound a biker doesn't want to hear : SSS
67
Basket made from behind the arc : TREY
68
Progressive people? : AGENTS
Down
1
Guiding light : BEACON
2
Like some museum exhibits : ONLOAN
3
Not amplified, in a way : OFFMIKE
4
Windfall : BOON
5
One who has spent years at sea : OLDSALT
6
Onetime record label with a poetic name : ODE
7
Salaam, e.g. : BOW
8
"Su-u-u-ure" : IBET
9
More slick, in a way : OILIER
10
Rich, but not born that way : SELFMADE
11
Oppressive boss : OVERLORD
12
Feeling "Whew, that was close!" : RELIEVED
13
Composer Bartók : BELA
19
Wit : WAG
24
"Warm" : NEAR
25
Set down on paper, as music : NOTATE
26
Beethoven, to Haydn : STUDENT
30
Cheese that's often grated : ASIAGO
32
Things that may be classified : ADS
33
Collect dust : SIT
35
Piano performance in an old music hall : RAG
36
One of the "Big Four" domestic carriers, once : TWA
37
Short shorts : HOTPANTS
38
Town tour guides : AREAMAPS
40
Upper: Ger. : OBER
43
Certain flag position : HALFMAST
45
Specialty of Franz Schubert : ARTSONG
48
More egocentric : VAINER
49
Figure in a horror film : WOLFMAN
50
Best in a film audition, say : OUTACT
51
Sets down on paper : WRITES
53
Strike caller : UMP
56
Not catch : MISS
57
Ending with some large numbers : AIRE
59
Look lecherously : OGLE
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Low island : CAY
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A word in passing? : YEA

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