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  • Title: New York Times, Tuesday, June 6, 2000
  • Author: Alan Arbesfeld
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: New York Times, Tuesday, November 12, 2013
  • Author: Mike Doran
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. "Do ___ others..." ~ UNTO
A1. 767s, e.g. ~ JETS
A5. Disorganized ~ RANDOM
A5. Tame, as movies go ~ RATEDG
A11. Dirty campaign stuff ~ MUD
A11. Move like a bunny ~ HOP
A14. Drudge of feudal times ~ SERF
A14. Wyatt out West ~ EARP
A15. District in the Philippines ~ ILOILO
A15. Farthest point of a 50-Down ~ APOGEE
A16. Document or diet ending ~ ARY
A16. Goof or go off ~ ERR
A17. Ducker of military service ~ DRAFTDODGER
A17. 1960s dissident ~ DRAFTDODGER
A19. DiMaggio stat ~ RBI
A19. ___ de la Plata ~ RIO
A20. Dewey, e.g.: Abbr. ~ ADM
A20. Suffix with Tao or Mao ~ ISM
A21. Debonair "bunny man" ~ HEF
A21. Fend (off) ~ WARD
A22. "Desperately Seeking Susan" actor Quinn ~ AIDAN
A22. "You've gotta be kidding!" ~ CMON
A24. "Date film" classic of 1987 ~ DIRTYDANCING
A23. 1987 movie with the hit "Hungry Eyes" ~ DIRTYDANCING
A28. Devils ~ DEMONS
A27. Bodies of rules ~ CANONS
A31. "Diana," for one ~ OLDIE
A30. In other words, in old Rome ~ IDEST
A32. Determinant of utility charges ~ USAGE
A31. Checkup ~ EXAM
A33. Decreases ~ DIESDOWN
A32. More together ~ SANER
A37. Disclaimer on a sale tag ~ ASIS
A34. He's no gentleman ~ CAD
A38. Dobie Gray's "___ Crowd" ~ THEIN
A37. Smash-hit entertainment? ~ DEMOLITIONDERBY
A40. Deere product: Abbr. ~ TRAC
A41. K.C.-to-Nashville direction ~ ESE
A41. Definite agreement ~ DONEDEAL
A42. Tests for many Ph.D. candidates ~ ORALS
A43. Denizen of an aquarium ~ TETRA
A43. Farm unit ~ BALE
A44. Divorce lawyer on "L.A. Law" ~ ARNIE
A44. Boxer Roberto with "hands of stone" ~ DURAN
A45. Disagreeable air ~ MIASMA
A46. Like some schoolbook folders ~ TABBED
A46. Dauntless ones ~ DERRINGDOERS
A48. Fast-food chain with an orange and pink logo ~ DUNKINDONUTS
A50. Dawn ~ ARISE
A52. "Dies ___" ~ IRAE
A51. Dander ~ IRE
A53. Series of golf courses that host the British Open ~ ROTA
A52. Danube locale: Abbr. ~ AUS
A54. Carrier to Oslo ~ SAS
A55. Decimal point ~ DOT
A57. Co. whose logo includes Leo the Lion ~ MGM
A56. Difficult jump-rope game ~ DOUBLEDUTCH
A58. Jump-rope style ~ DOUBLEDUTCH
A61. Defeater of A.E.S. ~ DDE
A62. ___ jeans ~ LEE
A62. Detach, as a rind ~ UNPEEL
A63. Like some job training ~ ONSITE
A63. Disney lion ~ NALA
A64. Grp. whose members account for more than 50% of the world's defense spending ~ NATO
A64. "Definitely!" ~ YES
A65. Abbr. on a golf scorecard ~ YDS
A65. Danish, e.g. ~ PASTRY
A66. Solid, liquid and gas ~ STATES
A66. Decisive time (or theme of this puzzle) ~ DDAY
A67. Lacking depth ... or like 17-, 23-, 37-, 48- and 58-Across? ~ IN2D
D1. Dairy or ranch regulator: Abbr. ~ USDA
D1. Darth Vader, once ~ JEDI
D2. Doofus-y sort ~ NERD
D2. Corny things? ~ EARS
D3. Downhill/uphill conveyance ~ TRAM
D3. Public transport option ~ TRAM
D4. Dash ___ (write quickly) ~ OFF
D4. Letters on a beach bottle ~ SPF
D5. Drivers' fares ~ RIDERS
D5. Some control tower equipment ~ RADARS
D6. Drifting above ~ ALOFT
D6. To the left, at sea ~ APORT
D7. Doze ~ NOD
D7. Winter warmer ~ TODDY
D8. Delve (into) ~ DIG
D8. Flan ingredient ~ EGG
D9. "Down with the bull!" ~ OLE
D9. Actor Billy ___ Williams ~ DEE
D10. Droll actor in "Ghostbusters" ~ MORANIS
D10. Neighbor of Lux. ~ GER
D11. Day after lundi ~ MARDI
D11. Creature that adopts a seashell ~ HERMITCRAB
D12. Densely settled ~ URBAN
D12. Figure of myth known for his belt ~ ORION
D13. Declining, as embers ~ DYING
D13. Tine ~ PRONG
D18. Dated term for "yours" ~ THINE
D18. Minnesota player ~ TWIN
D23. Drinks popular in hot weather ~ ICEDTEAS
D22. IV units ~ CCS
D24. Docked animal parts, maybe ~ DOGSEARS
D23. "___ arigato, Mr. Roboto" ~ DOMO
D25. Did alpine calls ~ YODELED
D24. T. rex and others ~ DINOS
D26. Diocletian's 552 ~ DLII
D25. Mideast port ~ ADEN
D27. Djibouti's Gulf of ___ ~ ADEN
D26. Mathlete, stereotypically ~ NERD
D28. Doublet ~ DUAD
D27. Surrender ~ CEDE
D29. Defunct oil name ~ ESSO
D28. Lumberjacks' tools ~ AXES
D30. Duct ~ MAIN
D29. Acted the fink ~ NAMEDNAMES
D34. Dinner scraps ~ ORTS
D32. Lectern, e.g. ~ STAND
D35. Devoted, as friends ~ WARM
D33. Suffer ~ AIL
D36. Duke belongs to it: Abbr. ~ NCAA
D35. Skilled ~ ABLE
D38. Dollywood locale: Abbr. ~ TENN
D36. Like orange hair ~ DYED
D39. Department of State chief under Reagan ~ HAIG
D38. Actress Singer ~ LORI
D42. Desiccated ~ DRIEDUP
D39. Hassan Rouhani's land ~ IRAN
D43. Drowsy ~ TIRED
D40. Goes back ~ EBBS
D45. Describing no more than ~ MERELY
D45. Lanai strings ~ UKE
D46. Daughter's cry? ~ DADDY
D46. Students taught alone ~ TUTEES
D47. Diminish by degrees ~ ERODE
D47. Slightly ~ ATAD
D48. Devotional ceremonies ~ RITES
D48. How romantic dinners are lit ~ DIMLY
D49. Dock sight in Galveston ~ OILER
D49. Encouraged ~ URGED
D52. Diminutive amount ~ ATAD
D50. Satellite's path ~ ORBIT
D53. Daily Bruin sch. ~ UCLA
D51. Nick of "Cape Fear" ~ NOLTE
D54. Dobbin pulls one ~ SHAY
D54. Persian suffix that ends seven country names ~ STAN
D57. Dismiss ___ technicality ~ ONA
D55. When the balcony scene occurs in "Romeo and Juliet" ~ ACT2
D58. Delivery co. ~ UPS
D56. Like racehorses' feet ~ SHOD
D59. Dice game action ~ BET
D58. Opposite of no-nos ~ DOS
D60. Düsseldorf connector ~ UND
D59. Prov. bordering Manitoba ~ ONT

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