New York Times, Friday, October 29, 2010

Author: Barry Boone
Editor: Will Shortz
Barry Boone
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 27 Missing: {JKQVW} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Boone. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Fixes, as some fairways : RESODS
7. Charm the pants off : BEDAZZLE
15. Missile that sank a British destroyer in the Falklands War : EXOCET
16. Words before many a foolish act : IDAREYOU
17. "I'm not listening ..." : LALALA
18. April shower? : CALENDAR
19. I love the classic way? : AMO
20. Causes of breakdowns : ENZYMES
22. Old Asian capital : EDO
23. Capital of Shaanxi province : XIAN
25. Far from a sure thing : DICEY
26. Lingerie shop specification : CCUP
27. Ancient empire builders : INCAS
29. Abbr. of politeness : PLS
30. Bit of wishful thinking : IHOPE
31. Company at the forefront of the dot-com boom : NETSCAPE
33. Home of Lewis-Clark State Coll. : IDA
34. Like brutal tactics : GESTAPO
35. Not so tenuous : SOLIDER
39. One with a small nest egg? : ANT
40. Make purr, as an engine : FINETUNE
41. Poisonous mushroom producer, briefly? : HTEST
44. Club cousin : BLT
45. Star in the Swan constellation : DENEB
46. Shield border : ORLE
47. It's worn while driving : TREAD
49. Top: Prefix : ACRO
50. "Sk8er ___" (2002 top 10 hit) : BOI
51. Locale for an Olivier Award winner : THEATRE
53. One may suffer a blow : EGO
54. 1980 Maxwell Smart film, with "The" : NUDEBOMB
56. Extract : ELICIT
58. Clearing : OPENAREA
59. Really lit : ABLAZE
60. "Hang in there!" : BESTRONG
61. Copied a capo : RASPED
1. In a hammock, say : RELAXING
2. Many a patient : EXAMINEE
3. Ones with the motto "One for the road"? : SOLOACTS
4. Andean tuber : OCA
5. Strike : DELE
6. See 7-Down : STAND
7. With 6-Down, common sight outside a school building : BICYCLE
8. Mingo player of 1960s TV : EDAMES
9. Sawyer's successor in Chicago : DALEY
10. Longtime enemy of Wonder Woman : ARES
11. Discipline symbolized by a painted circle : ZEN
12. Style associated with washboards : ZYDECO
13. Stuff : LOADUP
14. It covers 2% of the earth's surface : EUROPE
21. Lighter option : ZIPPO
24. The court's Bucharest Buffoon : NASTASE
26. Latte alternative : CHAITEA
28. Opposite of ample : SCANT
30. Wasn't employed : IDLED
32. Quick to get things : APT
33. Plasma bit : ION
35. Join, as a table : SITAT
36. Quaint humiliator : DUNCECAP
37. Pep up : ENERGIZE
38. Responded to a crash, maybe : REBOOTED
40. No posh hotel : FLEABAG
41. Hang (with) : HOBNOB
42. 51-Across unit : TROUPE
43. Uses shortening on? : ELIDES
44. State surrounded by Lower Saxony : BREMEN
47. Complete, informally : THORO
48. "How pallid, chill and ___!": Keats : DREAR
51. Alternative to a carpet lift : TBAR
52. Part of the Tuscan Archipelago : ELBA
55. Apnea diagnoser, briefly : ENT
57. They, in Calais : ILS

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