New York Times, Thursday, February 10, 2011

Author: Derek Bowman
Editor: Will Shortz
Derek Bowman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 30 Missing: {QUVXZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Bowman. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. "Mr. ___" (1983 film) : MOM
4. "Them's fightin' words!" : ITSWAR
10. Buddy : MAC
13. Buddy : ACE
14. Easy : FACILE
15. Glazier's frame : SASH
16. Big name in women's fashion : DONNAKARAN
18. New York's ___ Field : CITI
19. Inner: Prefix : ENTO
20. Supreme Court justice who was formerly a U.S. solicitor general : ELENAKAGAN
22. Reason to keep moving : INERTIA
24. ___ Melodies : MERRIE
25. Make a long story even shorter? : REEDIT
26. Tongs, e.g. : GRIPPERS
28. Accented part of a poetic foot : ARSIS
29. Bluff : FEINT
30. Bit of gymwear : TEE
31. Host of an Emmy-winning PBS series : CARLSAGAN
34. Bump : JAR
37. Fuel sources : PEATS
38. 2010 Olympic ice dancing gold medalist ___ Virtue : TESSA
42. Starve : EMACIATE
44. Like some prunes and faces : PITTED
45. Subjects of the first 10 Amendments : RIGHTS
46. Volleyball players, at times : SETTERS
47. Star of TV's "8 Simple Rules" : KATEYSAGAL
50. Turkish coin : LIRA
51. Sacred symbol of ancient Egypt : IBIS
52. Author who co-wrote the screenplay for the Beatles' "Yellow Submarine" : ERICHSEGAL
54. Part of the New Haven landscape : ELMS
55. Shakespearean term of address : SIRRAH
56. Detroit-to-Toronto dir. : ENE
57. New York city where Ogden Nash was born : RYE
58. One-act Strauss opera : SALOME
59. Children's writer Asquith : ROS
1. European wine : MADEIRA
2. Patricia who wrote "Woe Is I" : OCONNER
3. Students with personal guides : MENTEES
4. "___ Man Answers" (1962 Bobby Darin/Sandra Dee film) : IFA
5. Stand the heat : TAKEIT
6. Teatro alla ___ : SCALA
7. Send, in a way : WIRE
8. Cumming of "Nicholas Nickleby" : ALAN
9. Changing of labels : RENAMING
10. Georges Simenon detective Jules : MAIGRET
11. He said "I just put my feet in the air and move them around" : ASTAIRE
12. Something full of interesting characters? : CHINESE
15. Line of cliffs : SCARP
17. Like most Icelanders : NORDIC
21. Persevered : KEPTATIT
23. "Tsk!" : TISAPITY
26. Brave deed of yore : GESTE
27. Formations at the mouths of some streams : RIAS
29. Motorist's woe : FLAT
32. Give another look : REASSESS
33. Sting source : NETTLE
34. Less smooth : JERKIER
35. With cordiality : AMIABLY
36. "The Entertainer" musical genre : RAGTIME
39. Oscar-winning actor who played Napoleon, Mussolini and W. C. Fields : STEIGER
40. Red hot chili pepper : SERRANO
41. Magazine department : ADSALES
43. Benjamin Franklin's "The Morals of ___" : CHESS
44. "The Taking of ___ One Two Three" : PELHAM
46. Prefix with iliac : SACRO
48. A cabaletta is a short one : ARIA
49. See 53-Down : GIRL
53. Pronoun for a 49-Down : SHE

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