New York Times, Friday, January 28, 2011

Author: Kevin G. Der
Editor: Will Shortz
Kevin G. Der
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 28 Missing: none – this is a pangram Scrabble average: 1.86 This is puzzle # 21 for Mr. Der. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Run in two places at once : SIMULCAST
10. Savannah growth : COPSE
15. Nut's suggestion : CRAZYIDEA
16. Home of Creighton University : OMAHA
17. Station finder : RADIODIAL
18. Iron Age people : MEDES
19. Mythical mortal who helped raise Dionysus : INO
20. Aye's opposite, poetically : NEER
21. Used the name : WENTBY
22. See 49-Down : MIND
24. Out of top form : RUSTY
26. 1925 Literature Nobelist : SHAW
27. Cartoon series : PANELS
29. Middle of summer? : EMS
31. Frog-eating bird : ANI
32. Tangle : SNAFU
33. Temperature, e.g. : VITALSIGN
36. Herpetologist's supply : ANTIVENOM
38. Some island dwellers : CASTAWAYS
41. French for "clog" : SABOT
45. Washington Irving hero, informally : RIP
46. Father, e.g.: Abbr. : REL
47. Vigil locale : SHRINE
48. What some veterans recall : IRAQ
50. Japanese brew : ASAHI
53. Burst : TEEM
54. X'd : STRUCK
56. More than surprise : DAZE
58. What you may do when you're beat : NAP
59. Sunbathing spot : PATIO
60. Bob Fosse specialty : JAZZDANCE
62. Not rounded : EXACT
63. Minor restrictions : AGELIMITS
64. Two-bit : DINKY
65. Dead duck's cry : WERETOAST
1. Doesn't blow dough : SCRIMPS
2. Like much oil : IRANIAN
3. One often seen with her child : MADONNA
4. Magazine holder : UZI
5. Lord ___ (overseer of Scottish heraldry) : LYON
6. Press releases? : CIDERS
7. Literally, "to God" : ADIEU
8. Brands ... or carrier of brands : SEARS
9. ___ vez (Mexican "maybe") : TAL
10. Take place : COME
11. Forecaster's concerns : OMENS
12. Dish topped with crushed peanuts and lime : PADTHAI
13. Ball of wax : SHEBANG
14. Romp : EASYWIN
21. Longtime Rolling Stones bassist : WYMAN
23. Trim, in a way : DEFAT
25. Parisian thinkers? : TETES
28. Like the Bay of Rainbows : LUNAR
30. Washing machine sound : SLOSH
33. Glasses for a scientist : VIALS
34. It creeps up : IVY
35. Upper-class? : SMART
37. Small change : TWEAK
38. Like rice in some cereal treats : CRISPED
39. On-demand flier : AIRTAXI
40. One of 300 at Thermopylae : SPARTAN
42. Stretches between Ryder Cups : BIENNIA
43. Plays without a break : ONEACTS
44. Nautical danger : TEMPEST
47. Thing often heard in short order? : SIZZLE
49. With 22-Across, genius's asset : QUICK
51. It may become a cliché : ADAGE
52. "Animal House" figure : HAZER
55. President after Auriol : COTY
57. Better papers? : EDIT
60. Hook connection point : JAW
61. "Just ___" ("Hold on") : AMO

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