New York Times, Monday, November 15, 2010

Author: Emily L. Lilly
Editor: Will Shortz
Emily L. Lilly
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 37 Missing: {JQWXZ} This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Lilly. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2010, The New York Times
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1. Dog's bark : ARFARF
7. Nincompoop : ASS
10. Regarding, on a memo : INRE
14. ___ and 3-Down : BURGER
15. "Xanadu" grp. : ELO
16. Refrigerate : COOL
17. Italian cheese that's often grated : ASIAGO
18. Fishing pole : ROD
19. Greek god with a bow and arrow : EROS
20. Editors' marks meaning "put back in" : STETS
21. Commercial lead-in for Rooter : ROTO
22. ___ and 10-Down : CAKE
23. Latin "to be" : ESSE
24. Disputed region between Pakistan and India : KASHMIR
26. Office transcribers : STENOS
28. Stylish again : RETRO
32. Pooh's friend in "Winnie-the-Pooh" : ROO
35. Staircase aid : RAIL
36. Flew high : SOARED
37. Bottoms of crankcases : OILPANS
39. Not natural : MANMADE
40. Smitten : INLOVE
41. What may have the makings of a hero? : DELI
42. Calls from Rocky : YOS
43. Foot gear for an N.H.L.'er : SKATE
44. Unfasten : DETACH
46. Having a fright : ALARMED
48. Competent : ABLE
52. ___ and 38-Down : MEAT
55. Christian in fashion : DIOR
56. Cloudless : CLEAR
57. Chorister's voice : ALTO
58. Frequent, in verse : OFT
59. City north of San Francisco : NOVATO
60. Gin flavoring : SLOE
61. Hwy. : RTE
62. ___ and 49-Down : FRANKS
63. Easter roasts : HAMS
64. Road curve : ESS
65. Tenant : LESSEE
1. Lower in rank : ABASE
2. Becomes inoperable, maybe, as an old machine : RUSTS
3. 14-Across and ___ : FRIES
4. Playing marbles : AGATES
5. Govt. rules : REGS
6. To's opposite : FRO
7. Spray type : AEROSOL
8. Lazy people : SLOTHS
9. Gomorrah's sister city : SODOM
10. 22-Across and ___ : ICECREAM
11. Romance writer Roberts : NORA
12. Corner piece in chess : ROOK
13. Besides : ELSE
21. Indian princesses : RANIS
24. "The Family Circus" cartoonist Bil : KEANE
25. Funny in a twisted way : IRONIC
27. Commit a basketball infraction : TRAVEL
29. Buffet meal carrier : TRAY
30. Edit menu command : REDO
31. Tributes in verse : ODES
32. Louis XIV et Louis XVI : ROIS
33. Sty sound : OINK
34. Earthen pot : OLLA
36. Dieter's meal, maybe : SALAD
38. 52-Across and ___ : POTATOES
39. Poetic rhythm : METER
41. Lowers in rank : DEMOTES
44. Snow buildups : DRIFTS
45. Mideast confections : HALVAS
47. Idolize : ADORE
49. 62-Across and ___ : BEANS
50. Hanukkah treat : LATKE
51. Irregularly edged : EROSE
52. Hit TV show set in Korea : MASH
53. Jazz great Fitzgerald : ELLA
54. Elemental unit : ATOM
56. Part of an apple : CORE
59. Gridiron grp. : NFL

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