New York Times, Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Author: Samuel A. Donaldson
Editor: Will Shortz
Samuel A. Donaldson
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Donaldson. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. The old man : POPS
5. Bare minimum : LEAST
10. Arias, e.g. : SOLI
14. "Thirteen" actress ___ Rachel Wood : EVAN
15. Ob/gyn test : AMNIO
16. Eliot Ness and cohorts : TMEN
17. "anyone lived in a pretty how town" poet : EECUMMINGS
19. Manassas fighters : REBS
20. Modular, as a home : PREFAB
21. Author better known as Saki : HHMUNRO
23. Fakes, as figures : FUDGES
26. Whopper topper : ONION
27. "Star Trek" director, 2009 : JJABRAMS
30. "The Thrill Is Gone" bluesman : BBKING
31. "Bad, bad" Brown of song : LEROY
32. Banking nos. : ACCTS
34. Cameo gem : ONYX
35. Juice box go-with : STRAW
36. Big Indian : RAJA
40. Animals in a Western herd : BISON
41. Neighbor of Chad : NIGER
42. Big name in mail order : LLBEAN
46. "The Monkey's Paw" author : WWJACOBS
48. Heroine in Bizet's "The Pearl Fishers" : LEILA
49. Not real : PSEUDO
50. Creator of Eeyore : AAMILNE
52. One of a winter pair : MITTEN
56. Some med. scans : MRIS
57. 2007 A.L. Cy Young winner : CCSABATHIA
60. Years, in Rome : ANNI
61. "___ dead!" (worried teen's words) : IAMSO
62. Srs.' lobby : AARP
63. Cookbook instruction : STIR
64. Grid play starters : SNAPS
65. ___' Pea : SWEE
1. Slightest sound : PEEP
2. No longer disturbed by : OVER
3. Eight minutes/mile in a marathon is a good one : PACE
4. Ornamental tobacco holder : SNUFFBOX
5. Letter resembling an inverted "V" : LAMBDA
6. ___ Group ("big four" record co.) : EMI
7. One of Heart's Wilson sisters : ANN
8. Heaved sounds : SIGHS
9. Brit's "Baloney!" : TOSH
10. "The Elements of Style" co-author : STRUNK
11. Subtitle of 1978's "Damien" : OMENII
12. Former Cavalier James : LEBRON
13. How Broadway characters may break out : INSONG
18. TV host Povich : MAURY
22. Crowds around : MOBS
24. Hurdles for M.B.A. hopefuls : GMATS
25. Third-party accounts : ESCROWS
27. "Selena" star, familiarly : JLO
28. Aniston, in tabloids : JEN
29. Suffix with vision : ARY
30. "Incidentally," to texters : BTW
33. Eager kids' query to parents : CANWE
35. Ugly as ___ : SIN
36. Ravioli fillings : RICOTTAS
37. Back in time : AGO
38. Brother of W. : JEB
39. "___ Poetica" : ARS
40. Jezebel's god : BAAL
41. Gymnast Comaneci : NADIA
42. Andean wool sources : LLAMAS
43. Found out, British-style : LEARNT
44. Fountain of Youth site, it's said : BIMINI
45. "L'___ d'Amore" (Donizetti opera) : ELISIR
47. 747 and Airbus A380, as jets go : JUMBOS
49. Praline nut : PECAN
51. CBS military drama : NCIS
53. Warming trend : THAW
54. Limerick's land : EIRE
55. Target of a rabbit punch : NAPE
58. Wee, to Burns : SMA
59. Cleopatra biter : ASP

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