New York Times, Friday, October 22, 2010

Author: Scott Atkinson
Editor: Will Shortz
Scott Atkinson
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 28 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Atkinson. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2010, The New York Times
Across Down
1. What a wink often means : IMKIDDING
10. Words that prevent firing : IQUIT
15. Gunpowder ingredient : SALTPETER
16. "A Season in Purgatory" novelist Dominick : DUNNE
17. Romanov family member : ANASTASIA
18. Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da ___ : SILVA
19. Job description detail : DUTY
20. Repetitive composition : RONDO
22. Get out of the field : REAP
23. Chorus heard at some retreats : OMS
24. Let one's god down? : SIN
25. Old Asian title : MIKADO
27. Havens for folkies? : RICHIE
29. Thick : HEAVYSET
31. Brand written about by Hawthorne : ETHAN
32. Davis of Hollywood : GEENA
33. Stadium thrillers: Abbr. : HRS
34. Creator of the currency system consisting of galleons, sickles and knuts : JKROWLING
37. Time of the fall: Abbr. : SEP
40. Racing form data : SIRES
41. Hot partner? : HUMID
45. Like financial statements and hospital patients : EXAMINED
47. "Sorry, too busy!" : NOTIME
48. It may be handed down : RULING
49. Sob story subject : WOE
50. Corporeal case : SAC
51. Host of the 1974 Asian Games : IRAN
52. Begin's partner : SADAT
55. "La Légende des Siècles" poet : HUGO
56. Congressional feminist of note : ABZUG
58. "Avalon" band : ROXYMUSIC
60. Chilled, so to speak : LAZED
61. Court star being courted? : FREEAGENT
62. Hissies : SNITS
63. Compound combinations : SYNTHESES
1. ___ Sharp, founder of Four Seasons Hotels : ISADORE
2. Let go : MANUMIT
3. Gabbers' gathering : KLATSCH
4. Opposite of 55-Down, informally : ITSY
5. Vaccine combo : DPT
6. Sweets : DEARIE
7. Row announcement : ITSON
8. Cologne contradiction : NEIN
9. Former Lenin adherent? : GRAD
10. Items checked before flying : IDS
11. Offbeat : QUIRKY
12. Let go : UNLEASH
13. Saxon or Celt, once : INVADER
14. Big-eared china : TEAPOTS
21. Certain Bedouin : OMANI
24. Becomes understood : SINKSIN
26. Literary classic featuring the jester Wamba : IVANHOE
28. Once-in-a-lifetime trip, for some : HAJ
29. Stuck (to) : HEWED
30. Elusive types : EELS
32. Stick : GORE
35. Equipment near a horse : RINGS
36. Ready to be totally remodeled : GUT
37. They appear in installments : SERIALS
38. Almost in the sticks : EXURBAN
39. Grand Canal sights : PALAZZI
42. Exploits : MISUSES
43. 1970s peace anthem : IMAGINE
44. Concentrates, in a way : DECOCTS
46. It often includes a trio : MINUET
47. "Hold on" : NOTYET
49. Like some realistic statues : WAXEN
53. Pound racket : ARFS
54. Small fishing vessel : DORY
55. Monster : HUGE
57. They're peddled: Abbr. : GDS
59. Chinese game name starter : MAH

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