New York Times, Saturday, November 14, 2009

Author: Joe Krozel
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe Krozel
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This puzzle:

Rows: 16, Columns: 15, Words: 75, Blocks: 34 Missing: none – this is a pangram Spans: 4, (1 quad stack) This is puzzle # 30 for Mr. Krozel. NYT links: Across Lite

JimH notes: This is the first NYT puzzle to stack four 15-letter answers.
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© 2009, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Deserves a deal? : ANTES
6. Many a Roman numeral : YEAR
10. 6-Across, for one : SPAN
14. Ref : ZEBRA
15. "Call ___" (1974 hit) : ONME
16. Little ___ : ORNO
17. Spoil : TAINT
18. 2009 Sugar Bowl champs : UTES
19. Good or bad intake : FATS
20. Certain large couch : ELL
21. It's all downhill from here : APEX
22. Hue similar to chrome lemon : MAIZE
23. Like some building blocks : CELLULAR
26. "Tootsie" Oscar nominee : GARR
27. Third-generation man, in the Bible : ENOS
28. Charter : LET
29. "___ for That" (1939 hit) : IGO
32. Overhead shower : INCOMESTATEMENT
37. 1988 comedy starring Richard Dreyfuss and Raul Julia : MOONOVERPARADOR
38. Song with the lyric "City of a million warm embraces" : ARRIVEDERCIROMA
39. Pomelo relatives : MANDARINORANGES
40. Word for a storm : SHE
41. Inverted hanger? : BAT
42. Uninvited rooter : MOLE
43. Pol. convention attendees : DELS
45. Where things are bolted down on base : MESSROOM
49. Jet-black : SABLE
51. Season tally : WINS
52. Big do : FRO
53. Russians call it the Mother of Cities : KIEV
54. One of the folks : MAMA
55. Cry of exasperation : IQUIT
57. What comes to a head of France? : IDEE
58. Didn't bomb at all : ACED
59. Beaux-arts setting : MUSEE
60. Etym. followers, often : DEFS
61. Tenor Cura : JOSE
62. Kitchen waste : PEELS
1. Like some ruins : AZTEC
2. Former Canucks coach Harry : NEALE
3. One maturing quickly, for short : TBILL
4. Direction follower : ERN
5. Watched, in a way : SAT
6. "That was the turnoff!" : YOUPASSEDIT
7. It may start a scene : ENTER
8. Charging giant, informally : AMEX
9. Monitor stat : RES
10. Yet : SOFAR
11. Natural tunnel creator : PRAIRIEDOG
12. 1998 film featuring Colonel Cutter : ANTZ
13. Pliers part : NOSE
21. Alternative medicine treatments : ALOEVERAS
22. Some are raw : MATERIALS
24. Russian writer Andreyev : LEONID
25. Not to be persuaded : UNMOVABLE
26. Convey : GETACROSS
28. Renoir at the Getty : LAPROMENADE
30. Item sometimes planted in a garden : GNOME
31. Others, to Andalusians : OTRAS
32. Some clerics : IMAMS
33. Singer Jones : NORAH
34. Something to make a hash of : CORNEDBEEF
35. One way around Spain : TREN
36. Miser of literature : MARNER
44. Noted workshop workers : ELVES
45. Tacit storytellers : MIMES
46. Valuable : OFUSE
47. Large bay : ORIEL
48. Grains : MOTES
49. A screech may accompany it : SKID
50. Right hand : AIDE
51. 1993 standoff site : WACO
54. Key tag?: Abbr. : MAJ
55. Nanny tester : IMP
56. Its flag has four fleurs-de-lis: Abbr. : QUE

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