New York Times, Saturday, January 24, 2009

Author: Mark Diehl
Editor: Will Shortz
Mark Diehl
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 28 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 46 for Mr. Diehl. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2009, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Brand for preparation on a stovetop : JIFFYPOP
9. Like some misguided remarks : RACIST
15. Tourist booth handouts : AREAMAPS
16. Hebrew title for God : ADONAI
17. Appliance numbers : VOLTAGES
18. "The Crimes of Love" author : DESADE
19. Buy in : ANTE
20. Call for : ENTAIL
22. Old atlas inits. : SSR
23. Where pins are made : MAT
24. Use leverage on : PRY
25. Bakery container : LOAFPAN
27. Not stiff at all : AGILE
29. Fifth-year exams at Hogwarts : OWLS
31. Jambalaya need : RICE
32. Land where the air is thin : NEPAL
33. Press : URGE
34. Black as night : INKY
35. Lines for liners : SEAROUTES
38. Moccasin sound : HISS
41. Brings in : NETS
42. Workout reminders : ACHES
46. Funny papers pooch : ODIE
47. Longtime North Dakota senator Gerald and others : NYES
48. Certain charity event : ROAST
49. Hanger-on : WANNABE
51. C.S.I. tasks : IDS
53. Give-to-go filler : ITA
54. "I knew it!" : AHA
55. Loose overcoat : ULSTER
57. Pitcher Saberhagen : BRET
58. Civic club : ROTARY
60. Just too cute : ADORABLE
62. "Aaargh!" : DARNIT
63. Sushi bar order : TUNAROLL
64. Weightlifting move : SNATCH
65. Indy, for one : SPEEDWAY
1. Early hominid : JAVAMAN
2. Early period : IRONAGE
3. Kind of pen : FELTTIP
4. Them's the breaks : FATE
5. Peruvian Sumac : YMA
6. Cell alternative : PAGER
7. "Look, bonehead!" : OPENYOUREYES
8. Discreet call : PSST
9. Ham's rig : RADIOSET
10. Writer ___ Rogers St. Johns : ADELA
11. Amex listings: Abbr. : COS
12. Twirling : INASPIN
13. Born loser : SADSACK
14. "Laura" star, 1944 : TIERNEY
21. Dressed to the nines : ALLGUSSIEDUP
24. Sports star with an accent in his name : PELE
26. '67 Summer of Love locale : FRISCO
28. ___ Volcanic National Park : LASSEN
30. Set down : WROTE
36. Nominee for Best Supporting Actress in "Mildred Pierce," 1945 : ANNBLYTH
37. Hammer holders : EARS
38. "___ End" : HOWARDS
39. Sarah Palin, by birth : IDAHOAN
40. Sands part-owner, once : SINATRA
43. Girlish accessory : HAIRBOW
44. She was a pip to Pip in "Great Expectations" : ESTELLA
45. Like elm trees : STATELY
50. Golden : AURIC
52. Go on and on : DRONE
56. Needlework, for short? : TATS
57. Minstrel : BARD
59. Colony member : ANT
61. English singer Corinne Bailey ___ : RAE

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