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New York Times, Monday, August 6, 2007

Pope before Paul V, whose papacy lasted less than four weeks

Author:
Allan E. Parrish
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Allan E. Parrish

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 34 Missing: {GQ} This is puzzle # 17 for Mr. Parrish.
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© 2007, The New York Times8/6/07 ( No. 21,090 )
Across
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Do very well (at) : EXCEL
6
Alabama march city : SELMA
11
U.K. channel : BBC
14
Pope before Paul V, whose papacy lasted less than four weeks : LEOXI
15
Loud, as a stadium crowd : AROAR
16
Yahoo! competitor : AOL
17
Result of hitting the pause button on a movie : FREEZEFRAME
19
Dundee denial : NAE
20
Have concern : CARE
21
Authoritative order : MANDATE
23
Vegetarian's protein source : TOFU
26
Volcanic emission : ASH
28
The "B" in L.B.J. : BAINES
29
Hall-of-Fame QB Johnny : UNITAS
31
Enzyme suffix : ASE
33
Low-lying area : VALE
34
Uncovers : BARES
35
Chief Pontiac's tribe : OTTAWAS
37
Coast Guard rank: Abbr. : ENS
38
Extra : TOSPARE
40
Nightwear, briefly : PJS
43
Buses and trains : TRANSIT
45
"Honest to goodness!" : NOLIE
47
Sit for a picture : POSE
49
___ compos mentis : NON
50
Try hard : STRIVE
51
Book size : OCTAVO
53
NNE's opposite : SSW
55
Part of a list : ITEM
56
Chatty birds : PARROTS
58
"The Censor" of ancient Rome : CATO
60
Tire pressure meas. : PSI
61
Old-time songwriters' locale : TINPANALLEY
66
"Horrors!" : EEK
67
Online birthday greeting, e.g. : ECARD
68
Go out : LEAVE
69
Go blonde, say : DYE
70
Seized vehicles, for short : REPOS
71
Channel with cameras in the Capitol : CSPAN
Down
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North Pole toymaker : ELF
2
Generation ___ (thirtysomething) : XER
3
Cedar Rapids college : COE
4
Carry out, as an assignment : EXECUTE
5
Multitalented Minnelli : LIZA
6
Bank fixtures : SAFES
7
Goof up : ERR
8
Rich soil : LOAM
9
"Goldilocks" character : MAMABEAR
10
Football bowl site : ARENA
11
Dairy Queen offering : BANANASPLIT
12
Overnight accommodations by the shore : BOATEL
13
John who starred in "A Fish Called Wanda" : CLEESE
18
Times on a timeline : ERAS
22
Temperamental performer : DIVA
23
TV, slangily, with "the" : TUBE
24
___ empty stomach : ONAN
25
Attack before being attacked : FIRSTSTRIKE
27
Millinery accessories : HATPINS
30
"The Thin Man" canine : ASTA
32
"Immediately," in the O.R. : STAT
35
___ buco : OSSO
36
Departed : WENT
39
Having been warned : ONNOTICE
41
Hepcat's talk : JIVE
42
Appear to be : SEEM
44
Derrière : REAR
46
Baltimore nine : ORIOLES
47
Like some balloons, questions and corn : POPPED
48
Playwright Sean : OCASEY
50
Ugly duckling, eventually : SWAN
52
Person in a polling booth : VOTER
54
A whole slew : SCADS
57
Jacket fastener : SNAP
59
After-bath powder : TALC
62
Con's opposite : PRO
63
Nascar unit : LAP
64
Longoria of "Desperate Housewives" : EVA
65
Desire : YEN

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