New York Times, Saturday, October 30, 2010

Author: Barry C. Silk
Editor: Will Shortz
Barry C. Silk
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 25 Missing: {GKZ} Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry This is puzzle # 51 for Mr. Silk. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Treaty of Fort McIntosh signer, 1785 : CHIPPEWA
9. Taste test need : PALATE
15. Can't do without : REQUIRES
16. William Herschel discovery of 1787 : OBERON
17. Comment while hemming : ISUPPOSE
18. Has an impressive address : ORATES
19. Local listings : STOPS
20. Coin collector's classification : EXTRAFINE
22. De Gaulle's predecessor : COTY
23. Part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands : ARUBA
24. Contrivance for taking people for a ride : SCAM
25. 440 yards, for many runners : ONELAP
27. They often want to settle: Abbr. : ATTS
29. Ad conclusion? : LIB
30. "What's New, Pussycat?" co-star, 1965 : OTOOLE
32. Antigen attacker : TCELL
34. Least likely to turn tail : BRAVEST
37. Automobil site : STRASSE
39. Bethlehem's region : JUDEA
40. Pump alternative : TSTRAP
42. Subway inspection org. : TSA
43. Empathic counselor of sci-fi : TROI
45. Has a loan from : OWESTO
49. What a webmaster may master : HTML
51. Gulf of Aqaba city : EILAT
53. Eats : CHOW
54. Monomaniacal : OBSESSIVE
56. Group 13 member, in chemistry : BORON
57. Mistreating : MEANTO
58. Common salad ingredient : ESCAROLE
60. Confederate : ALLIED
61. Eponym of an Australian Open arena : RODLAVER
62. Surgeons' insertions : STENTS
63. Deliverers of product lines? : SPIELERS
1. Big name in oil : CRISCO
2. El Cid player : HESTON
3. Lead-in to someone else's words, after "and" : IQUOTE
4. What a crush might be : PUPPYLOVE
5. Marks in a casino : PIPS
6. Leandro's partner : ERO
7. River to the North Sea : WESER
8. Kind of reproduction : ASEXUAL
9. Not skilled in : POORAT
10. Magician's opening : ABRA
11. Browses (through) : LEAFS
12. They're in rags : ARTICLES
13. They may be treated in a spa : TOENAILS
14. Pieces together? : ENSEMBLE
21. American Lung Assn. recommendation : TBTEST
23. Blood drive spec. : APOS
26. Distressed : ATEAT
28. One stuck in a float : STRAW
31. Holy Roman emperor, 973-83 : OTTOII
33. Florida city on the Caloosahatchee : CAPECORAL
34. Singer with the 1966 hit "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" : BJTHOMAS
35. Area with aging factories : RUSTBELT
36. Water : ADAMSALE
38. Compete in the Breeders Crown : TROT
41. Some Olympians get them : SILVERS
44. Covers over, in a way : RESODS
46. Freed from guilt : SHROVE
47. Stonemason's chisel : TOOLER
48. They have rights : OWNERS
50. Comintern creator : LENIN
52. "The Frogs Who Desired a King" author : AESOP
55. Editorial reconsideration : STET
56. "Oklahoma!" set piece : BALE
59. Year the Visigoths invaded Italy : CDI

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