New York Times, Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Author: Robert W. Harris
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert W. Harris
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FQVXZ} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Harris. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. ___ Sea (shrinking body of water) : ARAL
5. Argentine strongman Perón : JUAN
9. Kern and Hammerstein's "Can't Help Lovin' ___ Man" : DAT
12. Like no-hitters : RARE
13. The Boilermakers of the N.C.A.A. : PURDUE
15. Slugger's stat : RBI
16. Proper way to behave in Biloxi? : MISSMANNERS
18. "My lips ___ sealed" : ARE
19. Part of F.D.R. : DELANO
20. Put on, as plays : STAGED
22. Said no to : DENIED
23. Evaluation in Eugene? : OREASSAY
25. Lake named for an Indian tribe : ERIE
26. Fiends : OGRES
28. Where runs may be made : HOSE
29. "Get out" key: Abbr. : ESC
30. Austria's ___ Family Singers : TRAPP
31. Lorillard company smokes : KENTS
32. Syncopated piano piece for Seattle residents? : WASHRAG
34. Political convention locale : ARENA
38. Menial sorts : PEONS
39. What the best hand may get you : POT
42. Member of the familia : NENE
43. Dr. of children's books : SEUSS
44. "Take a number" place : DELI
45. Chicago balloonists' needs? : ILLWINDS
47. Freak : WEIRDO
49. ___ d' : MAITRE
50. Get started : SETOUT
51. Six-pack set : ABS
52. Commuter trains in Boston? : MASSTRANSIT
56. Vietnamese New Year : TET
57. Japanese dogs : AKITAS
58. Identify : NAME
59. Ernie of the P.G.A. : ELS
60. Northern French river : YSER
61. Kind of sch. : ELEM
1. Something a push-up exercises : ARM
2. Paul Revere's bandmates in 1960s-'70s music : RAIDERS
3. Once-common pesticide component : ARSENIC
4. Howard of "Gone With the Wind" : LESLIE
5. 2007 Ellen Page title role : JUNO
6. Gravesite sight : URN
7. Commercial suffix with Power : ADE
8. Clinic staff : NURSES
9. Never seems to end : DRAGSON
10. Side by side : ABREAST
11. Adds color to, in a way : TIEDYES
13. First woman, in Greek myth : PANDORA
14. This: Sp. : ESTA
17. West with the autobiography "Goodness Had Nothing to Do With It" : MAE
21. Arthur in the International Tennis Hall of Fame : ASHE
22. Poor mark : DEE
23. The father of songs, according to Pindar : ORPHEUS
24. Not originals : REPROS
27. Said in horror, say : GASPED
30. "You're going to like us. ___" (1980s slogan) : TWA
31. Metric weights: Abbr. : KGS
33. Key's contents : ANSWERS
34. Put into cartoon form : ANIMATE
35. Put a new tag on : RELABEL
36. Joins up : ENLISTS
37. Eye of ___ (witch's item) : NEWT
39. Careful reading : PERUSAL
40. Kind of religion, in song : OLDTIME
41. Member of the familia : TIO
43. Underhanded : SNEAKY
44. Singer Warwick : DIONNE
46. "___ la Douce" : IRMA
48. Pilot's datum: Abbr. : ETA
50. Sirius, e.g. : STAR
53. Member of the family, for short : SIS
54. ___-Julie, Que. : STE
55. Pro ___ : TEM

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