New York Times, Saturday, January 9, 2010

Author: Chuck Deodene
Editor: Will Shortz
Chuck Deodene
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 29 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 36 for Mr. Deodene. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Fugitive-hunting Fed : USMARSHAL
10. 2000 U.S. Open winner : SAFIN
15. "E.T." follower : PHONEHOME
16. Free sample, say : PROMO
17. Local assessment : COUNTYTAX
18. Plume hunter's prey : EGRET
19. Antisocial type : LONER
20. Type with finesse : DIPLOMAT
22. "How ___ is the candle of the wicked put out!": Job 21:17 : OFT
23. Like some thin fibers : OPTICAL
26. Not quite none, in Naples : UNO
27. Yacht spot : SLIP
29. Reason for a lighter conviction? : ARSON
30. Like many smoothies : GLIB
31. View spoiler : EYESORE
33. Chronicle : NARRATE
35. Crutch : AID
36. Social type : TEA
37. Get down : SWALLOW
41. Where some touchdowns are made : HELIPAD
45. Detriment : HARM
46. Popular piercing site : NAVEL
48. Orchestra alternative : LOGE
49. Where organs may be repaired, briefly : ORS
50. It stores fish in a pouch : PELICAN
52. Set of utensils : KIT
53. It has a dark side, in sci-fi : THEFORCE
55. "___ My Family" (Cranberries song) : ODETO
57. Corral : PENIN
58. Its logo is a rubber-band ball : OFFICEMAX
61. Spring : ARISE
62. Counted raised hands, say : TOOKAVOTE
63. See 7-Down : ROCKS
64. Like many avenues : TREELINED
1. In one's face : UPCLOSE
2. Pennsylvania Dutch pie : SHOOFLY
3. Enduring symbol of Canada : MOUNTIE
4. Last of the Stuarts : ANNE
5. In once more : RETRO
6. Lacking : SHY
7. With 63-Across, 1972 Rolling Stones "greatest hits" album : HOT
8. Knight of medieval literature : AMADIS
9. Defining work : LEXICON
10. What a 9-Down might help you do : SPELL
11. Galley of myth : ARGO
12. H2O, e.g. : FORMULA
13. "For real!" : IMEANIT
14. Opposite of destined : NOTTOBE
21. Smoke that's not thick : PANATELA
24. "The Canterbury Tales" charlatan : PARDONER
25. 26-Across and 26-Across and 26-Across : TRE
28. The last one begins "Praise ye the Lord" : PSALM
30. Percival caught sight of it : GRAIL
32. Permian Basin yield : OIL
34. Sister's study: Abbr. : REL
37. Met the course standard : SHOTPAR
38. Bronze Star recipient : WARHERO
39. One of the metalloids : ARSENIC
40. Literature Nobelist Derek : WALCOTT
41. TV's "___ Ramsey" : HEC
42. Collectible card creatures : POKEMON
43. Shake : AGITATE
44. Quit using : DETOXED
47. Try to win : VIEFOR
50. Dixie cakes : PONES
51. Lite as can be : NOCAL
54. 1972 A.L. Rookie of the Year : FISK
56. Supreme Hindu goddess : DEVI
59. One to go up against : FOE
60. Memorable 2008 Gulf hurricane : IKE

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