New York Times, Friday, December 11, 2009

Author: Mike Nothnagel
Editor: Will Shortz
Mike Nothnagel
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JQ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 37 for Mr. Nothnagel. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Words of generosity : ONME
5. Lack of pity : STONINESS
14. Toy (with) : FOOL
15. Pinch sources : SNUFFBOXES
16. Where the word "Christian" is first used in the Bible : ACTS
17. "The Diamond Smugglers" author, 1957 : IANFLEMING
18. Results of bad trips? : HEADERS
20. Determine : GETAT
21. Come together : GEL
22. It may be advanced : AGE
23. One often planted on a window ledge? : CAT
25. Doctor Who and others, briefly : ETS
26. Back up a backup : RESAVE
28. Daily reading for many Parisians : LEMONDE
30. Question asked 12 times in Matthew : ISITI
31. Celeb once called Her Royal Highness : LADYDI
32. Overnight accommodation? : NEXTDAYDELIVERY
37. Single halves : ASIDES
38. Used as sustenance : FEDON
39. Entangled by : MIREDIN
41. Worth mentioning : OFNOTE
42. Comfy slip-on : MOC
43. Traffic reporter?: Abbr. : DEA
44. Kind of filling : PIE
45. Radio unit: Abbr. : MHZ
46. Winner of seven Tonys in 1980 : EVITA
48. "The Lion in Winter" role : HENRYII
50. Logging tool : RECORDBOOK
53. Brand in a medicine cabinet : ATRA
55. Very abrupt meetings? : COLLISIONS
56. With 7-Down, slowly remove from : WEAN
57. Athlete's foot applications? : KNEESOCKS
58. "Over here ..." : PSST
1. ___ mind : OFA
2. Burger request : NOCHEESE
3. Chain whose name derives from its original room rate : MOTELSIX
4. Wagner's ___ of Brabant : ELSA
5. Catcher : SNARE
6. 945-liter units : TUNS
7. See 56-Across : OFF
8. Org. whose members rush : NFL
9. "That's what you think!" : IBEGTODIFFER
10. U.S. city near Russia : NOME
11. Ended a scene, say : EXITED
12. Place for a page : SENATE
13. Army squad cmdrs. : SSGTS
15. Long period, as of illness : SIEGE
19. "When You Are Engulfed in Flames" essayist : DAVIDSEDARIS
21. Sign of satisfaction : GRIN
23. Lets go : CEDES
24. ___ acetate (banana oil) : AMYL
27. Certain perfume : ATTAR
28. Packed : LADEN
29. "Around the World in 80 Days" star, 1956 : NIVEN
31. Ancient Anatolian kingdom where coins are said to have been invented : LYDIA
33. 12-Down worker : AIDE
34. Petra's population : EDOMITES
35. Suze Orman recommendations : ROTHIRAS
36. California's Santa ___ Valley : YNEZ
39. Continue a trip : MOVEON
40. Danger during a thaw : ICICLE
41. See 'n Say sounds : OINKS
42. Pfizer rival : MERCK
44. Low class : PEONS
47. Old lampshade material : TOLE
48. What many a pop song has : HOOK
49. Complain : YAWP
51. Award instituted by Queen Victoria: Abbr. : DSO
52. Glue stick brand : BIC
54. Leaf cutter, e.g. : ANT

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