New York Times, Thursday, January 28, 2010

Author: Raymond C. Young
Editor: Will Shortz
Raymond C. Young
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: {BJV} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Young. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Lounging sites in lounges : SOFAS
6. Chocolat au ___ : LAIT
10. Pump, in a way : QUIZ
14. Hatch at a hearing : ORRIN
15. The Mountain of Fire, to 23-Acrosses : ETNA
16. "Come ___ these yellow sands, / And then take hands": Ariel in "The Tempest" : UNTO
17. Scalding castle weapon : FLAMINGOIL
19. Gas brand that's also an Italian pronoun : ESSO
20. Former Saturn : ION
21. En ___ (on tiptoe) : POINTE
22. Prefinal game : SEMI
23. Person of olden times : ANCIENT
25. Like stocks and reference books : INDEXED
27. About : INRE
28. Four-bagger : TATER
29. Spinal parts : DISCS
31. Airs : TELECASTS
35. It's not Occidental : ASIA
36. Coarse-woven cloth : TWEED
37. Influence : SWAY
38. Not direct at all, as gossip : THIRDHAND
40. Follows : HEEDS
41. Square, maybe : NERDY
42. Source of many a bead : PORE
43. Like a crucifix : TSHAPED
46. Not normal, as a gene : MUTATED
49. A gun, slangily : HEAT
50. Chooses : ELECTS
52. Follower of harvard. or yale. : EDU
53. ___-food industry : AGRI
54. What 17-Across and 10- and 24-Down all conceal : PINKTHINGS
56. ___-Aryan : INDO
57. "The Dark at the Top of the Stairs" playwright : INGE
58. ___ a time : ONEAT
59. Foreshadowing : SIGN
60. Villain : OGRE
61. Bathhouse wear : TERRY
1. Queen of Spain's Juan Carlos I : SOFIA
2. Acrylic fiber : ORLON
3. The last Holy Roman emperor : FRANCISII
4. Marksman's skill : AIM
5. Some marksmen : SNIPERS
6. Kosher : LEGIT
7. Lots : ATON
8. Approved, in a way : INITIALED
9. Having star potential : TALENTED
10. Resigned response to tragedy : QUESERASERA
11. Emasculate, say : UNSEX
12. Response to "Who's there?" : ITSME
13. Animal-like : ZOOID
18. What the "poor dog" had in "Old Mother Hubbard" : NONE
24. A pharaoh vis-à-vis Horus, in Egyptian myth : INCARNATION
26. Advent mo. : DEC
28. Size two, say : TEENY
29. "What's up wit ___?" : DAT
30. Suffix with freak : ISH
31. Talking silly : TWADDLING
32. It may help close the deal : SWEETENER
33. Wee bit : TAD
34. M.O. : SYS
36. "Star Wars" droid, informally : THREEPIO
39. Passbook abbr. : DEP
40. Real somebody : HOTSHOT
42. Not go for a drive? : PUTT
43. 1894 opera set in Egypt : THAIS
44. 59-Acrosses, in Italian : SEGNI
45. Head of government? : HARDG
46. Lonette of "The Cotton Club" and "Malcolm X" : MCKEE
47. Mitchell of Apollo 14 : EDGAR
48. Common nickname for a cowpoke : DUSTY
51. Hwy. planner : ENGR
55. Suffix with mescal : INE

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