New York Times, Thursday, November 3, 2011

Author: Parker Lewis
Editor: Will Shortz
Parker Lewis
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 42 Missing: {FZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Lewis. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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1. Certain lamp goo : LAVA
5. Home : ABODE
10. Subject of an exhaustive E.P.A. study? : SMOG
14. Give ___ up : ALEG
15. Thoroughly enjoy : SAVOR
16. Monarch moniker, for short : QEII
17. Part of an equine pedigree : SIRE
18. California's Santa ___ University : CLARA
19. Cemetery sights : URNS
20. Nearly impossible target, literally : HAYNEEDLESTACK
23. Apt name for a crime boss : DON
24. Gist : MEAT
25. One who's enraptured, say, literally : CANDYKIDSTORE
31. Ship navigation hazard : ICE
33. Detected : SEEN
34. Equatorial land : KENYA
35. Promenade : MALL
37. Weenie : DWEEB
40. Caboose : REAR
41. "It must be ___ news day" : ASLOW
43. Some jeans : LEES
45. Young ___ : UNS
46. Inadvertently destructive sort, literally : CHINABULLSHOP
50. Mardi follower : GRAS
51. Five pairs : TEN
52. Something rapidly deteriorating goes to it, literally : HANDHELLBASKET
59. A good one is cracked : JOKE
60. "Bye-bye, mon ami" : ADIEU
61. Something that's just for starters? : ANTE
62. "The Lord of the Rings," e.g. : EPIC
63. Set the volume of to zero : MUTED
64. "Chocolat" actress Olin : LENA
65. Weasel relatives : MINK
66. Chimpersonators? : APERS
67. Purpose of many a doctor's visit : EXAM
1. Pirate's punishment : LASH
2. Inter ___ : ALIA
3. First part of an I.P. address? : VERY
4. A chair usually has one : AGENDA
5. Rose : ASCENDED
6. Treadless : BALD
7. Like faces, typically : OVAL
8. Bread : DOREMI
9. Cleared : ERASED
10. One without a title : SQUATTER
11. Chicago exchange, informally, with "the" : MERC
12. Porcine protest : OINK
13. Division units, for short : GIS
21. Ages upon ages : EONS
22. Job to do : TASK
25. Stringed instruments : CELLI
26. Wood used in Voldemort's wand : YEW
27. Sound at a funeral : KNELL
28. Top : ONEUP
29. Film private : RYAN
30. They may ring or have rings : EARS
31. Jobs plan, once : IMAC
32. Convert, in a way : CASH
36. Certain beer bottle : LONGNECK
38. Sushi staple : EEL
39. Intimates : BESTBUDS
42. ___ of the state : WARD
44. 2000 World Series locale : SHEA
47. Grand ___ Island : BAHAMA
48. Depleted : USEDUP
49. Marked down : ONSALE
52. Neighbors of the Navajo : HOPI
53. Similar : AKIN
54. Having less fat : LITE
55. Uninviting look : LEER
56. Building toy brand : KNEX
57. Italian mount : ETNA
58. ___ U.S.A. : TEAM
59. Scout's brother : JEM

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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