New York Times, Friday, November 19, 2010

Author: Victor Fleming
Editor: Will Shortz
Victor Fleming
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 35 Missing: {JQWXZ} This is puzzle # 26 for Mr. Fleming. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Locals make them often : STOPS
6. Pic : FOTO
10. ___ pros. (court record abbr.) : NOL
13. Actress Roberts : TANYA
14. Bridge unit : IBAR
15. Nixon pal Rebozo : BEBE
16. It's high when it's red : ALERT
17. Stage part : ROLE
18. At sea : LOST
19. 1980s-'90s women's magazine : LEARS
20. Rockies rangers : ELKS
21. Períodos de 52 semanas : ANOS
22. "Moses" novelist : ASCH
23. Setting for a roaster : DAIS
24. Massage locale : SCALP
25. Start a scrap : GETITON
27. Enjoyed a British tradition : TOOKTEA
29. Lemon on a baseball field : CHET
30. Tops at the dinner table? : OUTEATS
31. Heat sources : STOVES
34. Barbers : STYLES
35. Legislation station? : CAPITOL
37. Done to ___ : ATEE
38. Did as suggested in a Gershwin musical? : ATECAKE
39. Relatives of 20-Across : REDDEER
43. Spring times : LENTS
44. One who might have an original imitation : APER
46. Heavyweights face off in it : SUMO
47. Crab Key villain of book and film : DRNO
48. Ciliary body setting : UVEA
49. Locale shrouded in mystery? : TURIN
50. Bodily channel : ITER
51. Basis : GERM
52. Joined : ASONE
53. Digging for dirt? : NOSY
54. Succotash bit : LIMA
55. Place for a small flag : LAPEL
56. Some racecars : GTS
57. Police dept. figure : INSP
58. Ones being shot at : ENEMY
1. Compound used in wartime : STALAG
2. "A Writer's Life" autobiographer, 2006 : TALESE
3. Like Sartre's "No Exit" : ONEACT
4. Win offset by losses : PYRRHICVICTORY
5. Their scores may be on transcripts : SATS
6. Colonial stinger : FIREANT
7. Old Greek coins : OBOLI
8. Gets on the phone, say : TALKSTO
9. They're often lying in beds : ORES
10. Kind of ward : NEONATAL
11. Superseded : OBSOLETE
12. Doesn't challenge : LETSPASS
15. A state symbol of Maryland : BLACKEYEDSUSAN
23. Neither nails it nor blows it : DOESOK
24. In one's cups : SOTTED
26. Trig symbols : THETAS
28. Dispossession : OUSTER
31. Very hot : SCALDING
32. Deep-fried mouthful : TATERTOT
33. Transparency : OPENNESS
36. Not excise : LEAVEIN
37. Tour guide? : AREAMAP
40. Grand tour setting : EUROPE
41. 2009 Grammy winner for "Relapse" : EMINEM
42. Miss America host after Bert Parks : RONELY
45. Salon jobs : PERMS
48. Aptly named hybrid : UGLI
49. Something to weave : TALE

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