New York Times, Friday, February 1, 2013

Author: Josh Knapp
Editor: Will Shortz
Josh Knapp
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQV} This is puzzle # 8 for Mr. Knapp. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2013, The New York TimesNo. 23,096
Across Down
1. Take into account, as contingencies : PLANFOR
8. Highly revered one : DEMIGOD
15. Delta factor? : AIRFARE
16. Comment from one who's just getting by : IMANAGE
17. Cover : INCLUDE
18. Subject to change : MUTABLE
19. Piece of gladiatorial combat gear : NET
20. Cliffhanger locale? : LEDGE
22. Bugged out : FLED
23. Decrees : DICTA
25. Pollen count plant : RAGWEED
28. 2011 Emmy-winning MSNBC host : RACHELMADDOW
30. Like many neglected pets : UNFED
31. Sturdy as ___ : ANOAK
32. ID tag? : MST
35. Wide-beamed vessel : SCOW
36. Way out there : CRAZY
37. "Laughable Lyrics" poet : LEAR
38. Evil eye, e.g. : HEX
39. Fizzy drink measure : LITRE
40. Roger's relative : WILCO
41. Absent without leave? : PLAYINGHOOKY
43. Ecosystem-replicating facility : BIODOME
45. Absence with leave? : RANDR
46. Detectives connect them : DOTS
47. Benjamin : CSPOT
49. Q-Tip specialty : RAP
51. Not freelancing, say : ONSTAFF
54. Get ahead of : OUTPACE
56. Kind of artery or vein : FEMORAL
57. Works on a plot : SCHEMES
58. Semi-opponent : FRENEMY
59. It's impractical to live in : THEPAST
1. What a dolorimeter measures : PAIN
2. The Stroll, e.g. : LINEDANCE
3. Tundra hunter : ARCTICFOX
4. Grp. whose members 28-Down : NFL
5. Bearing the blame : FAULTED
6. Baptism by fire : ORDEAL
7. Bit of thatching : REED
8. Common : DIMEADOZEN
9. Source of extra-large eggs : EMU
10. Something to flip on : MAT
11. "Soon" : INAFEW
12. Mansard alternative : GABLE
13. Checked out impolitely : OGLED
14. It's signed, sealed and delivered : DEED
21. Their contents have been threshed : GRANARIES
24. Think (on) : CHEW
26. Barbie greeting : GDAY
27. Bowl on a range : WOK
28. Charge on a field : RUSH
29. Time-traveling 1980s film character : MARTYMCFLY
32. Common soap ingredient : MELODRAMA
33. They make people jump at picnics : SACKRACES
34. Home of Paris : TROY
36. "I'm gone" : CIAO
37. Highly revered one : LION
39. Honorary law deg. : LLD
40. "Seriously?!" : WHATTHE
41. Three-time "Newhart" Emmy nominee : POSTON
42. Oscar, e.g. : GROUCH
43. Screw-up : BONER
44. Answer at the door : ITSME
46. Remove out of respect : DOFF
48. Sentry's station : POST
50. Slug, e.g. : PEST
52. Modern art form? : ARE
53. Pop is part of it: Abbr. : FAM
55. Zing : PEP

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 4 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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