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New York Times, Friday, January 25, 2013

Author: Joe DiPietro
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe DiPietro
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 115 for Mr. DiPietro. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2013, The New York TimesNo. 23,089
Across Down
1. Automaker David Dunbar Buick, by birth : SCOT
5. Apple quantities : PECKS
10. Expression of despair : SOB
13. A really good offer, say : THREEFORONE
16. Chase Field team, on scoreboards : ARI
17. Former New York City attraction with a revolving dance floor : RAINBOWROOM
18. Track hostilely : DOG
19. Tool time? : IRONAGE
20. Cold comfort? : TISSUE
22. It has pins at one end : ALLEY
23. Football Hall-of-Famer Grimm : RUSS
26. "The Last of the Mohicans" girl : CORA
27. Rank : TIER
28. Pumice feature : PORE
29. There are eight in "Old MacDonald Had a Farm" : OINKS
30. Some concerned with 5-Downs: Abbr. : EES
31. +2 : DOUBLEBOGEY
33. Serious offense against God : MORTALSIN
34. Hit home : STRUCKANOTE
37. Mil. authority : CMD
40. Game with forks and pins : CHESS
41. Goes out, in a card game : GINS
42. James of "Elf" : CAAN
43. Giant of legend : YETI
44. ___ Trophy (golf tourney) : SEVE
45. Rather : SORTA
46. Having a catch : TRICKY
48. Skips : SITSOUT
50. Dynasty after the Qin : HAN
51. To come : INTHEFUTURE
54. Abbr. in auto ads : EPA
55. Challenges catchers, in a way : STEALSBASES
56. Change a shade? : DYE
57. ___ life : SHELF
58. Staff sign : REST
1. Streaked : STRIATE
2. Delta preceder : CHARLIE
3. Brooks Robinson and Frank Robinson : ORIOLES
4. Sawbuck : TENNER
5. Candle-lighting occasion : POWEROUTAGE
6. Say 1 + 1 = 3, say : ERR
7. Cote call : COO
8. Speed units : KNOTS
9. Penultimate match : SEMI
10. Number of tears? : SADSONG
11. "Parliament of Whores" humorist : OROURKE
12. Mardi Gras setting, with "the" : BIGEASY
14. It may do your bidding : EBAY
15. Horror film effect : FOG
21. Offshoot : SCION
24. Mid 13th-century pope : URBANIV
25. Forgo modesty in a job interview : SELLONESELF
28. Bill add-ons : PORK
29. Drama honor : OBIE
31. Creations in Word, informally : DOCS
32. Shop quotes: Abbr. : ESTS
33. Some strains : MUSIC
34. Reaped, in a way : SCYTHED
35. Couples may be in it : THERAPY
36. Image receivers : RETINAE
37. Hit the bars, say : CAROUSE
38. Comes due : MATURES
39. Fatherhood confirmer, maybe : DNATEST
42. Bill splitter? : COSTAR
44. ___-pop : SYNTH
45. Hit accidentally : STUB
47. Give lip to? : KISS
49. What-___ : IFS
52. Top-Flite holder : TEE
53. Cartoonist Foster : HAL

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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