New York Times, Saturday, March 12, 2011

Author: Joon Pahk
Editor: Will Shortz
joon pahk
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 25 Missing: {FJQ} This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. pahk. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Kind of beam : LASER
6. It's generated for high-quality pictures : OSCARBUZZ
15. What many are forced to live in : EXILE
16. Lifelong friend of Truman Capote : HARPERLEE
17. Crazy, in rap slang : ILLIN
18. "Lay it on me" : IMALLEARS
19. Like signs : PREDICTIVE
21. All the time : ALOT
22. Court area : ZONE
23. Some extended arguments : ESSAYS
25. It may be extended : USE
26. Follower of Mao : IST
27. Still : ASYET
28. King of Tartary in "Turandot" : TIMUR
30. Begins brawling : GETSITON
32. Bathing resort on the Lahn River : BADEMS
33. Issachar's uncle : ESAU
34. Rosencrantz or Guildenstern : DANE
35. Tags : LABELS
38. Brake-slamming result : DEADSTOP
42. Exercise done while pedaling : ETUDE
43. Nickname for a Manhattan jail, with "the" : TOMBS
44. Kind of virus : RNA
45. Results of big hits? : OWS
46. Meadowsweet : SPIREA
48. Hierarchy part : TIER
49. Scorecard data : PARS
51. Stance of impatience : ARMSAKIMBO
53. Stirring up more trouble : ATITAGAIN
55. Like some blocked passages : NASAL
56. Aroma : REDOLENCE
57. Bounteous : AMPLE
58. Sports Illustrated's 2010 Sportsman of the Year : DREWBREES
59. Chemistry Nobelist Hoffmann : ROALD
1. Battle of the Nations site, 1813 : LEIPZIG
2. Frontman on the 2008 rock album "Chinese Democracy" : AXLROSE
3. "The Colbert Report" ends with one : SILENTT
4. Drop in speech : ELIDE
5. Painter of the "Crucifixion of St. Peter" in the Vatican : RENI
6. Words of recognition : OHITSYOU
7. Its three strings are plucked with a bachi : SAMISEN
8. Accessory popularized by Louis XIV : CRAVAT
9. Marquand title character : APLEY
10. Sects' appeal?: Abbr. : REL
11. City next to Fullerton : BREA
12. Poem set "in the ghoul-haunted woodland of Weir" : ULALUME
13. Like games without win-win outcomes : ZEROSUM
14. They only scrape the surface : ZESTERS
20. Court baskets : CESTAS
24. Cheering section : STANDS
27. Places for runners : AISLES
29. Yearly dozen : IDES
31. Progeny : SEED
32. Kid's repetitive plea? : BAABAA
34. Lands around mansions : DEMESNES
35. Tiger's successor, computerwise : LEOPARD
36. Lee who advised Reagan and Bush : ATWATER
37. Reason to hire a coach : BUSRIDE
38. Small, furry-tailed hibernators : DORMICE
39. Big name in weight-loss supplements : TRIMSPA
40. It's solid yellow : ONEBALL
41. Like many ex-cons : PAROLED
43. Capital whose central plaza is Skanderbeg Square : TIRANE
47. One going off on somebody? : PAGER
48. Words from un innamorato : TIAMO
50. Throw below, say : STOW
52. Lumber feature : KNAR
54. 43-Down's place: Abbr. : ALB

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