New York Times, Thursday, February 13, 2014

Author: Daniel Landman
Editor: Will Shortz
Daniel Landman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Landman. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

Daniel Landman notes: Though this isn't my debut, I'll take this opportunity to introduce myself — I'm a 28-year old rabbinical student and ... more
Jeff Chen notes: Rebus puzzle today, MAD squished into eight different squares, with the marquee answer ITS A MAD MAD MAD MAD WORLD. That's one of the ... more
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Across Down
1. One way to stand : AKIMBO
7. Sources of wool : ALPACAS
14. Come up again, as a web page : RELOAD
15. Statement preceding a blunt truth : ICANTLIE
16. Title girl in a children's book series set in Paris : MADELINE
17. Meter reading : TAXIFARE
18. Like the first two "Brandenburg" Concertos : INF
19. City known as "Florence on the Elbe" : DRESDEN
21. Prefix with -form : UNI
22. Trim : LEAN
24. Plotter's place : LAIR
25. Sportscaster who lent his name to a popular video game series : MADDEN
26. Unconvincing : LAME
27. Fleet : ARMADA
28. Cinco follower : SEIS
29. Wash. neighbor : OREG
30. One on the move : NOMAD
31. ___ the custom (traditionally) : ASWAS
32. 1968 Beatles hit : LADYMADONNA
35. Backs, as a front : ABETS
37. Member of the familia : MADRE
38. Big name in plastic : VISA
42. Almond ___ (candy brand) : ROCA
43. Big hit : SWAT
44. Earth sci. : ECOL
45. What shouldn't follow you? : AINT
46. Macbeth or Macduff : SCOT
47. Golfer ___ Pak : SERI
48. Woman : MADAM
49. Ogle : STAREAT
52. Justice Dept. division : DEA
53. "Modern Family" actor : EDONEILL
55. Boxster competitors : MIATAS
57. In situ, as stones : UNTURNED
58. "Psst!" follower, perhaps : INHERE
59. Sonnet enders : SESTETS
60. Corona alternative : SAMADAMS
1. Carrier of plates? : ARMADILLO
2. Asset for a mimic : KEENEAR
3. Notoriety : ILLFAME
4. Cry of mock incredulity : MOI
5. Wedding staple : BAND
6. River through Pomerania : ODER
7. "Evangeline" locale : ACADIA
8. More easygoing : LAXER
9. Nabokov novel after "Lolita" : PNIN
10. Justice Dept. division : ATF
11. Italian actress Cardinale : CLAUDIA
12. Nickname for Michael Jordan, with "His" : AIRNESS
13. Welcome to one's home : SEEIN
15. 1963 movie with the tagline "Everybody who's ever been funny is in it!" : ITSAMADMADMADMADWORLD
20. The Jetson boy : ELROY
23. Disregard : NEGLECT
25. Caused a stir : MADEWAVES
27. Added stipulations : ANDS
28. Nine-digit ID : SSN
31. Flying without ___ : ANET
33. ___ loss : ATA
34. Hold forth : ORATE
35. Titian subject with Bacchus : ARIADNE
36. Witticisms : BONMOTS
39. Summer drink : ICEDTEA
40. Pitcher's woe : SOREARM
41. George Eliot and George Sand : ALIASES
43. Balance : SCALES
45. Musical middle name : AMADEUS
46. Time spent doing time, say : STINT
49. Dry : SERE
50. Marseille mates : AMIS
51. "Glee" girl : TINA
54. Weirdo : NUT
56. Arabic name meaning "highly praised" : AHMAD

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