New York Times, Monday, March 15, 2010

Author: Fred Piscop
Editor: Will Shortz
Fred Piscop
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {KQXZ} This is puzzle # 120 for Mr. Piscop. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Sank, as a putt : HOLED
6. What bird wings do : FLAP
10. Usually deleted e-mail : SPAM
14. Item stuffed with pimento : OLIVE
15. Suffix with zillion : AIRE
16. Living ___ (what an employer is asked to pay) : WAGE
17. Two steeds? : PARAMOUNTS
19. Pi r squared, for a circle : AREA
20. Somewhat : INASENSE
21. One signing with a landlord : TENANT
23. Groove : RUT
24. Industrialist J. Paul ___ : GETTY
25. Pants ending just below the knees : CAPRIS
29. Small whiskey glass : JIGGER
32. Hang around for : AWAIT
33. $$$ : MONEY
34. Boat propeller : OAR
37. "Cheers" barfly : NORM
38. Isolated hill : BUTTE
39. "___ cow!" : HOLY
40. In the style of : ALA
41. Hearty enjoyment : GUSTO
42. Small error : LAPSE
43. Poor, depressed neighborhood : GHETTO
45. Rodeo ropes : LASSOS
46. Hank whose home-run record was surpassed by Barry Bonds : AARON
48. ___ de toilette : EAU
49. Intelligence : SMARTS
51. Move to another country : EMIGRATE
56. Cuts off, as branches : LOPS
57. Two water slides? : PARACHUTES
59. Dull hurt : ACHE
60. Bug-eyed : AGOG
61. Sewing machine inventor Howe : ELIAS
62. Like a buttinsky : NOSY
63. Deep-six : TOSS
64. Harking back to an earlier style : RETRO
1. Arizona tribe : HOPI
2. "The Good Earth" heroine : OLAN
3. Italian currency before the euro : LIRA
4. Actresses Mendes and Longoria : EVAS
5. Point off, as for bad behavior : DEMERIT
6. In legend he sold his soul to the devil : FAUST
7. Queue : LINE
8. The "A" in MoMA : ART
9. Cockroach or termite : PEST
10. Al Jolson classic : SWANEE
11. Two scout groups? : PARATROOPS
12. Player's rep : AGENT
13. Full of substance : MEATY
18. Cross to bear : ONUS
22. Like omelets : EGGY
25. Biblical water-to-wine site : CANA
26. Missing roll call, say : AWOL
27. Two charts? : PARAGRAPHS
28. Salt's place on a margarita glass : RIM
29. Word-guessing game : JOTTO
30. Wild about : INTO
31. "Wow, I didn't know that!" : GEE
33. Event not to be missed : MUST
35. "Not to mention ..." : ALSO
36. Dark loaves : RYES
38. "However ..." : BUT
39. Is afflicted with : HAS
41. Mannerly guy : GENT
42. Lopsided win, in slang : LAUGHER
44. Rocking toy, in tot-speak : HORSEY
45. Of the flock : LAIC
46. Lion in "The Chronicles of Narnia" : ASLAN
47. Oil company acquired by BP : AMOCO
48. Online publications, briefly : EMAGS
50. Small argument : SPAT
51. Greek Cupid : EROS
52. Govern : RULE
53. Going ___ tooth and nail : ATIT
54. Go like hell : TEAR
55. Old U.S. gas brand : ESSO
58. "Fourscore and seven years ___ ..." : AGO

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