New York Times, Saturday, January 29, 2011

Author: Ned White
Editor: Will Shortz
Ned White
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 27 Missing: {FJQZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. White. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2011, The New York TimesNo. 22,362
Across Down
1. Eric ___, Google C.E.O. beginning in 2001 : SCHMIDT
8. Period between Shaban and Shawwal : RAMADAN
15. "It doesn't matter ... anyone's fine" : WHOEVER
16. Home of Nascar's longest oval : ALABAMA
17. It may be free or attached : EARLOBE
18. Title for Columbus, in the Indies : VICEROY
19. Start of some picture books : AIS
20. They can make people break up : RIBTICKLERS
22. More than un peu : TRES
24. Rags : TEASES
25. Firth class? : SCOTS
27. Soapmaking compound, chemically : KOH
28. Make clean ... or dirty : DUST
32. Expect that one will : HOPETO
34. Something handed down : SENTENCE
37. Turn into a chestnut : OVERUSE
39. Keeps cruising : SAILSON
40. Present day figure in Paris? : PERENOEL
42. Cheap cigar, in slang : ELROPO
43. They have maridos: Abbr. : SRAS
44. Glass part : LIP
46. One kneeling at work : TILER
47. More than ruffles : ANGERS
50. Sheep genus : OVIS
51. A runner who loses may still win it : POPULARVOTE
56. With 36-Down, cocked : ATA
57. Works with steam? : EROTICA
58. Smallish ballpark, in slang : BANDBOX
60. Clues from 7-Down : ANSWERS
61. Lazuline : SKYBLUE
62. Camphor and such : KETONES
63. Aids in preparing spots? : TEASETS
1. Much of New York's Garment District, once : SWEATSHOPS
2. Upscale wedding reception amenity : CHAIRCOVER
3. Wild West show? : HORSEOPERA
4. TV diner employer of 9-Down : MEL
5. English poet/composer Gurney : IVOR
6. Checkout choice : DEBIT
7. TV host with a star on Canada's Walk of Fame : TREBEK
8. Sends : RAVISHES
9. See 4-Down : ALICE
10. Some big trucks : MACKS
11. He had righteous blood, per Matthew 23:35 : ABEL
12. Say "You can't do that!" to, say : DARE
13. The love of Juan's life? : AMOR
14. Passage blockers : NAYS
21. County with the resort town Red River : TAOS
23. Volume measures : STERES
26. Floor : STUN
28. Texas city near the Coahuila border : DELRIO
29. Like the equation "x = x + 1" : UNSOLVABLE
30. Case the joint : SCOPEITOUT
31. Staples of jazz music : TENORSAXES
33. Big creature in un zoológico : OSO
35. Aye's counterpart : NAE
36. See 56-Across : TILT
38. Freshwater plant also called wild celery : EELGRASS
41. Actor Schreiber : LIEV
45. Emmy-winning reality show host of 2008, '09 and '10 : PROBST
47. Not from around here : ALIEN
48. Inlay option : NACRE
49. Driven supporter : STAKE
51. Trough's opposite : PEAK
52. D-Day invasion river : ORNE
53. A Webmaster may approve it : POST
54. Aircraft in 1960 headlines : UTWO
55. Mononymous four-time Grammy winner : ENYA
59. Volume measures: Abbr. : DBS

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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