New York Times, Friday, November 6, 2009

Author: Doug Peterson
Editor: Will Shortz
Doug Peterson
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 30 Missing: {QW} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 15 for Mr. Peterson. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Far Eastern pilgrimage destination : MOUNTFUJI
10. Page with convictions : OPED
14. Dull type : IGNORAMUS
15. Campus V.I.P. : PREXY
16. Leader of the pack : ALPHAMALE
17. Clearly riveted : AGAPE
18. "One ___!" : SEC
19. "The Ballad of ___," 1967 comedy western : JOSIE
20. Made time : RACED
21. Suspension : PAUSE
22. Relatively stable : SANER
23. Solstice celebrators : PAGANS
26. Set up : TRAP
28. ___ Bernina (highest peak in the Eastern Alps) : PIZ
30. Dull shade : ECRU
31. Then : ATTHETIME
33. Some audiophiles' collections : REELTOREELTAPES
36. Subject of the 2005 biography "iCon" : STEVEJOBS
37. Spotted : LENT
38. Kafka's "___ Hungerk√ľnstler" : EIN
39. City in San Joaquin County : LODI
40. Gruff : CRUSTY
42. They may be glowing : COALS
44. William McKinley's Ohio birthplace : NILES
46. Hamburger's acknowledgment : DANKE
47. Availability sign : TOLET
48. Occasional medicine dropper?: Abbr. : FDA
51. Not so welcoming : ICIER
52. John Hurt played Caligula in it : ICLAUDIUS
54. They had C-shaped sound holes : VIOLS
55. Avalanche, e.g. : CHEVROLET
56. Best in shows : EDNA
57. Where some buffalo roam : SERENGETI
1. They're officially honored on the third Friday in Sept. : MIAS
2. Regard impolitely : OGLE
3. Sexist, say : UNPC
4. Stylized drama : NOH
5. A tall Roman column is named after him : TRAJAN
6. Celebrated : FAMOUS
7. Dr. J's alma mater : UMASS
8. "The English Patient" Oscar winner : JULIETTEBINOCHE
9. Comment when following someone : ISEE
10. Source of ballpark pitches? : ORGAN
11. They go around on reservations : PEACEPIPES
12. It often has controls : EXPERIMENT
13. Like some changed locks : DYED
15. Citadel feature : PARAPET
21. Pope who met with Galileo : PAULV
22. "The Future Lies Ahead" comedian, 1958 : SAHL
23. By its nature : PERSE
24. Wood distillation product : ACETICACID
25. Its bulb is small : GREENONION
27. G.P.S. output: Abbr. : RTES
29. Vivacious : ZESTY
31. Baseball nickname that's a portmanteau : AROD
32. Fibula neighbor : TALUS
34. They're concerned with checks and balances : TELLERS
35. Sight-seers at the Prado? : OJOS
40. Split : CLEAVE
41. Trip part : RETURN
43. Kipling's "great gray Lone Wolf" : AKELA
45. More terrific, to a hip-hopper : ILLER
46. One may be given a 10 : DIVE
47. Nervous reactions : TICS
48. Cabinet member? : FILE
49. Shared air : DUET
50. Wine spot : ASTI
53. Frank : DOG

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