New York Times, Thursday, January 13, 2011

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JPQZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 183 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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JimH notes: Each of the first four theme answers goes over the LINE. The first of each pair ends with an anagram of LINE and the second begins with its margana (that same anagram reversed.)
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A
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T
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L
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N
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O
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R
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C
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B
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M
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S
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G
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B
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C
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K
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L
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© 2011, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Bunk : GUFF
5. Turkish honorific : AGHA
9. Jean-Luc Godard's "Une ___ Mariée" : FEMME
14. Words said with a nod : ISEE
15. They're seen from a porch : FRONTROOMS
17. 1944 mystery play by Agatha Christie : MURDERONTHENILE
19. 1950s White House name : MAMIE
20. Fashion designer Tahari : ELIE
21. Spouse in 2009 headlines : ELINNORDEGREN
26. Rookie : TYRO
27. Nickname of Schumann's Symphony No. 3 : RHENISH
30. Miles Davis jazz number : OLEO
33. Stick around a barroom : CUE
35. Billy Joel's "___ Extremes" : IGOTO
36. Certain Buddhist : NUN
37. Something that may be on a house : TAXLIEN
40. Playbill item : BIO
41. Fund : ENDOW
43. N.Y.C. subway inits. : MTA
44. Vassal : SERF
45. Some snowmobiles : SKIDOOS
48. Division politique : ETAT
50. Who said "I put up my thumb and it blotted out the planet Earth" : NEILARMSTRONG
55. Teeming (with) : RIFE
56. Pegasus appeared in this company's logo : MOBIL
57. Takes things a bit too far : GOESOVERTHELINE
63. Yellowish dessert : BANANACAKE
64. Dregs : LEES
65. Is conservative in blackjack, say : STAYS
66. ___ before (no later than) : ONOR
67. Members of a former union: Abbr. : SSRS
1. "I want it, and I want it now!" : GIMME
2. Norm : USUAL
3. 1938 Physics Nobelist : FERMI
4. Was a tributary for : FEDINTO
5. Source of about half the world's diamonds: Abbr. : AFR
6. Miracle-___ : GRO
7. Practiced : HONED
8. Horn : ANTLER
9. Carte blanche : FREEREIN
10. Long time : EON
11. "Voulez-vous coucher avec ___ ce soir?" (1975 lyric) : MOI
12. Mid-century year : MML
13. Oxford-to-London dir. : ESE
16. ___-high boots : THIGH
18. Choosing-up word : EENY
22. Shamu or Keiko : ORCA
23. Sauce thickener : ROUX
24. School subj. : ENG
25. Weeper of Thebes : NIOBE
28. Rouse : STIR
29. Place for a shoe : HOOF
30. Awful "Dancing With the Stars" scores : ONES
31. Blockhead : LUNK
32. No ___ sight : ENDIN
34. Golf course planting : ELM
37. They're helpful for long shots : TWOIRONS
38. Tabloid couple : ITEM
39. Vittles : EATS
42. Something Ben Jonson wrote to himself : ODE
44. Boardwalk activities : STROLLS
46. Tony ___, 1964 A.L. Rookie of the Year : OLIVA
47. ___ Field (where the Mariners play) : SAFECO
49. "Don't throw bouquets ___" : ATME
51. Screened again : RERAN
52. Annual spring ceremony, with "the" : OBIES
53. Montana, once : NINER
54. Emmy winner Sharon : GLESS
57. Literary monogram : GBS
58. Bran choice : OAT
59. Bygone Spanish queen : ENA
60. Opinion : SAY
61. Ref's decision : TKO
62. Part of H.R.H. : HER

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