New York Times, Saturday, November 20, 2010

Author: Joe DiPietro
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe DiPietro
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 35 Missing: {JQWXZ} This is puzzle # 104 for Mr. DiPietro. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Word that keeps the same meaning if "cap-" is added at the front : ABLE
5. Group whose 1968 album "Time Peace" was #1 : THERASCALS
15. They burn : LYES
16. Could still have gotten : HADASHOTAT
17. Some people with sports M.B.A.'s: Abbr. : AGTS
18. Subject of 1987 Congressional hearings : IRANCONTRA
19. N.Y.C. neighborhood : NOHO
20. Pharaoh's head? : SAMTHESHAM
21. Bibliophile's suffix : ANA
22. Mayo setting: Abbr. : IRE
23. Charlemagne, e.g.: Abbr. : EMP
24. Back : REVERSESIDE
30. Coach Mike of the 1994 Stanley Cup-winning Rangers : KEENAN
31. ___ Poly, school nickname : CAL
32. What-___ : IFS
35. Platinum-group element : IRIDIUM
37. Delete from copy : EDITOUT
39. Basketball Hall-of-Famer Holman : NAT
40. "Come ___?" (Italian greeting) : STA
41. Yelena ___, Soviet dissident and wife of Andrei Sakharov : BONNER
42. Flooring option : ASPHALTTILE
45. Short lines at checkout? : UPC
48. Diminutive suffix : ULA
49. Costume party costume : APE
50. Tiny, valuable beads : SEEDPEARLS
55. Wide-headed fastener : TNUT
56. "Shhh!" : ITSASECRET
57. Classic football rival of Notre Dame: Abbr. : USMA
58. Hero whose statue appears in front of Chicago's Tribune Tower : NATHANHALE
59. Not an orig. : REPR
60. Expressionless : GLASSYEYED
61. Like some friends : FAST
1. Oscar-winning actor with the autobiography "Halfway Through the Door" : ALANARKIN
2. Time past : BYGONEERA
3. Give the business : LETHAVEIT
4. ___ Blue (old kerosene brand) : ESSO
5. "Insane!" : THISISNUTS
6. African capital of 1.5+ million : HARARE
7. Fess Parker's TV co-star : EDAMES
8. Objurgation : RANT
9. "East River" novelist, 1946 : ASCH
10. Place to put a tap : SHOE
11. Hustles : CONS
12. "___ Zoo," 1967 hit : ATTHE
13. Super Bowl XIV competitor, for short : LARAM
14. Forever ___ : STAMP
25. Share of responsibility : END
26. Mrs. Gorbachev : RAISA
27. Number in a pack? : ICE
28. No-good : DADBLASTED
29. "The Sacred Wood" writer : ELIOT
32. Highly seismic area off the Greek coast : IONIANSEA
33. Tank-to-carburetor conduits : FUELPUMPS
34. Graffiti, e.g. : STREETART
36. Whole world in one's hands? : MAP
38. Basic cable inits. : TNT
43. It can follow two hips : HURRAY
44. One may be dominant : ALLELE
45. On drugs : USING
46. Bee's landing place : PETAL
47. Item of sports equipment worn on the wrist : CESTA
51. Three of these make an O : DAHS
52. Free TV spots, for short : PSAS
53. Start of a children's rhyme : EENY
54. Long : ACHE
55. Gang land : TURF

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