New York Times, Friday, January 7, 2011

Author: Joe DiPietro
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe DiPietro
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 29 Missing: {JZ} This is puzzle # 105 for Mr. DiPietro. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2011, The New York TimesNo. 22,340
Across Down
1. Rome's ___ Choir : SISTINE
8. Didn't go out : SATHOME
15. Iron-deficient? : CREASED
16. Subject of 2002 Senate authorization : IRAQWAR
17. Unstable : RICKETY
18. Going by : LAPSING
19. Glycerides, e.g. : ESTERS
20. Actress Mazar of HBO's "Entourage" : DEBI
21. Prefix with biology : EXO
22. Complaint : WHINE
23. Fine-tuning : HONING
25. Gambler's opening? : SLOT
26. Person with dreads : RASTA
27. Bust : RAID
31. Privy to the gag : INONIT
33. Source of the line "Midway upon the road of our life I found myself within a dark wood ..." : INFERNO
35. Brief online messages : ENOTES
36. Apply with force : SLAMON
37. Saber rattlers : MENACES
39. Place name in 1960s TV : PEYTON
40. Dom Pedro's ill-fated wife : INES
41. It's probably played first : SIDEA
43. P.M. counterpart : PRES
45. Loud horn : KLAXON
47. Stayed out? : SLEPT
48. Palindromic girl : ADA
51. Departure info? : OBIT
52. Match venues : STADIA
53. Seeks : RUNSFOR
55. Better, as cuts of meat : CHOICER
56. Bit of change in Cuba : CENTAVO
57. Source of heat : FURNACE
58. Bulk up : STOUTEN
59. Bristles : SEESRED
1. Pressure, metaphorically : SCREWS
2. Overseas fabric spun from flax : IRISHLINEN
3. Prime seating area at sporting events, maybe : SECTIONONE
4. Censured : TAKENTOTASK
5. French department or a river that runs through it : ISERE
6. Pulls in : NETS
7. Ice cream eponym : EDY
8. Carriage part? : SILENTI
9. Indus outlet : ARABIANSEA
10. Hard-to-miss shot : TAPIN
11. Command ctrs. : HQS
12. Boo-boo : OWIE
13. ___ cat : MANX
14. Consequently : ERGO
20. Mohawk and others : DOS
23. Lid : HAT
24. It's known as "the Prairies" in Canada : GREATPLAINS
26. Transcends : RISESABOVE
28. Robber's target : ARMOREDCAR
29. Unbroken : INONEPIECE
30. Get into : DON
32. Toshiba competitor : NEC
34. Zipper hider : FLY
35. Owner of Capitol Records and Parlophone : EMI
38. Spade mashie : SIXIRON
39. Cooler : PEN
42. Point : DOT
44. Acted rudely, in a way : STARED
46. Diet : LOFAT
47. Lay up : STORE
48. Indirect lines : ARCS
49. Puccini's "O Mimi, tu più non torni" e.g. : DUET
50. ___ mundi : ANNO
52. Actor Andrew of 1990s TV : SHUE
54. Poker legend Ungar : STU
55. Ty Cobb and Willie Mays, positionally: Abbr. : CFS

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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