New York Times, Saturday, November 13, 2010

Author: Mark Diehl
Editor: Will Shortz
Mark Diehl
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 25 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 52 for Mr. Diehl. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Calisthenics for show-offs : CLAPPUSHUPS
12. Plaintive cry : WAH
15. Saturn, for one : OUTERPLANET
16. Diminutive Spanish name suffix : ITO
17. European neolithic monument : STONECIRCLE
18. Lawyer's thing : RES
19. Doctors : MENDS
20. Least : PALTRIEST
22. Pablo Neruda's "___ to Common Things" : ODES
23. ___ tie : BOLO
24. Go after : ENSUE
25. Bit of centurion gear : SANDAL
27. G.E. unit: Abbr. : APPL
28. Something a father may hear : PRAYER
32. Play at recess : SKIPROPE
34. Coal holder : HIBACHI
36. British form of 33-Down : SNOOKER
37. Hint : OVERTONE
39. Widows' allowances : DOWERS
40. Many a character on "The Big Bang Theory" : NERD
41. Web site with the subheading "Merchant Services" : PAYPAL
43. Overthrew, e.g. : ERRED
45. Samosa ingredients : PEAS
46. Some fishing gear : BOBS
50. Import/export business concern : TRADELAWS
52. Air traveling over snow? : CAROL
53. Actor Somerhalder of "Lost" : IAN
54. Rental for many an apartment dweller : MINISTORAGE
56. Freon initials : CFC
57. Like critics : OPINIONATED
58. "Animal Farm" locale : STY
59. Kitschy stuffed toys : SOCKMONKEYS
1. Red cocktail, for short : COSMO
2. Played some dulcet tones : LUTED
3. Square things : ATONE
4. Isn't settled : PENDS
5. U. V.I.P. : PRES
6. Supermarket lines, for short : UPC
7. Loafer, e.g. : SLIPON
8. Five Norwegian kings : HARALDS
9. Exposes : UNCLOAKS
10. Trophy, of sorts : PELT
11. Firewood measure : STERE
12. Kind of wheel : WIRESPOKE
13. Took something in at night? : ATESUPPER
14. They may take you in at night : HOSTELERS
21. Back to back : INAROW
23. Engage in a bachelor party activity : BARHOP
25. Zen Buddhists, e.g. : SECT
26. Hamilton and Hunt : LINDAS
28. Study making sound judgments? : PHONETICS
29. Rapid transit? : RIVERRAFT
30. It's just not normal : ABERRANCY
31. Penned in : YARDED
33. See 36-Across : POOL
35. Frenzied : INAPANIC
38. Sign meaning "Let this be our little secret" : EYEWINK
42. Footnote word in Latin : PASSIM
44. Shows at an expo : DEMOS
46. P.M. before Sharon : BARAK
47. Stand and deliver? : ORATE
48. Menace in the air, maybe : BOGEY
49. Moves along tirelessly? : SLEDS
51. Middle management? : LIPO
52. Didi of "Grease" and "Grease 2" : CONN
55. Word accompanying "Much," "Little" and "Late" in a 1978 #1 hit : TOO

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