New York Times, Monday, November 1, 2010

Author: Holden Baker
Editor: Will Shortz
Holden Baker
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {J} This is puzzle # 16 for Mr. Baker. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Not reacting to pain, say : STOIC
6. Playboy centerfold, e.g. : PINUP
11. Col. Sanders's restaurant : KFC
14. Go round and round : SWIRL
15. Tennis champ Agassi : ANDRE
16. "... ___ he drove out of sight" : ERE
17. Aid for a person with a limp : WALKINGCANE
19. Yang's counterpart : YIN
20. Sound from a mouse : SQUEAK
21. Blue Ribbon beer brewer : PABST
23. Brussels ___ : SPROUTS
26. Arabian V.I.P.'s : SHEIKS
27. River past Westminster Palace : THAMES
28. Party handouts : FAVORS
30. "That's ___!" ("Not true!") : ALIE
31. Cosmetician Adrien : ARPEL
32. Machine tooth : COG
35. ___ Alamos, N.M. : LOS
36. Drug from Colombia : COCAINE
38. "Long ___ and far away ..." : AGO
39. Virgil's 61 : LXI
40. Long-armed ape, for short : ORANG
41. Late West Virginia senator Robert : BYRD
42. W.W. II admiral Chester : NIMITZ
44. Island where many a 40-Across lives : BORNEO
46. Disheveled : RAGTAG
48. Most boneheaded : DOPIEST
49. One out of prison : EXCON
50. Mick Jagger and bandmates, informally : STONES
52. ___ carte : ALA
53. 1941 Orson Welles classic : CITIZENKANE
58. Architect I. M. ___ : PEI
59. French word before cuisine or couture : HAUTE
60. Respected tribe member : ELDER
61. ID on an I.R.S. form : SSN
62. ___ a positive note : ENDON
63. Actress Winona : RYDER
1. Opposite NNE : SSW
2. Old "Up, up and away" carrier : TWA
3. Texaco's business : OIL
4. Irritating : IRKSOME
5. In-group : CLIQUE
6. Senate gofers : PAGES
7. Early Peruvian : INCA
8. Fargo's home: Abbr. : NDAK
9. Keats's "Ode on a Grecian ___" : URN
10. Hotel room door feature : PEEPHOLE
11. Nixon's Florida home : KEYBISCAYNE
12. Pat down, as for weapons : FRISK
13. Number after a decimal in a price : CENTS
18. Items in a Planters can : NUTS
22. ___ Lingus : AER
23. Play for time : STALL
24. Showy flowers : PHLOX
25. Creating a ruckus : RAISINGCAIN
26. Stereotypical Swedish man's name : SVEN
28. Writer Kafka : FRANZ
29. Fat as ___ : APIG
31. Nervous as ___ : ACAT
33. Fairy tale monsters : OGRES
34. Whom Vladimir and Estragon were waiting for, in a Beckett play : GODOT
36. War chief Black Horse's tribe : COMANCHE
37. Copier input: Abbr. : ORIG
41. In a quick and lively manner : BRISKLY
43. Judge in the O. J. Simpson trial : ITO
44. Common shape for a dog biscuit : BONE
45. First game of the season : OPENER
46. Harvests : REAPS
47. Connections for car wheels : AXLES
48. Egg carton count : DOZEN
50. Poker variety : STUD
51. Latin jazz great Puente : TITO
54. Author Fleming or McEwan : IAN
55. Put two and two together : ADD
56. Jacqueline Kennedy ___ Bouvier : NEE
57. Blunder : ERR

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