New York Times, Saturday, March 13, 2010

Author: Tyler Hinman and Byron Walden
Editor: Will Shortz
Tyler Hinman
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227/4/20003/31/20115
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1.60012
Byron Walden
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7511/23/20015/16/20159
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1.58321

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 26 Missing: {JKQZ} Spans: 3, (1 triple stack) This is puzzle # 20 for Mr. Hinman. This is puzzle # 59 for Mr. Walden. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2010, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Debut Olympian of 2008 : BMXER
6. Dish served with Roquefort cheese : COBBSALAD
15. Tropical vine : LIANE
16. Treasure State's motto, aptly : OROYPLATA
17. Andy Warhol subject : ELVIS
18. Easily past : WELLABOVE
19. Had trouble with, as icy roads : SLIDON
21. What wavy lines often represent : ODORS
22. "Let's ___" : SEE
23. Film director Anderson : WES
25. Fell hard, with "it" : ATE
26. It might be physical: Abbr. : SCI
29. Shaker's cry : BRR
31. They're often seen on scoreboards, for short : LEDS
33. "The Sirens of ___," Kurt Vonnegut novel : TITAN
35. Alcohol, it's said : SOCIALLUBRICANT
38. Hepburn and Tracy shared one : TRUELIFEROMANCE
39. Aromatic plant native to the Pyrenees : ENGLISHLAVENDER
40. Kind of pudding : PEASE
41. Ab ___ (absent: Lat.) : ESSE
42. "___ There Was You" (1997 film) : TIL
43. Flier with delta wings : SST
44. Arm supporters, for short : NRA
46. They often get rings: Abbr. : SRS
48. Brand follower? : NEW
50. Refrain from singing when you're happy? : TRALA
52. Tea originally wrapped in foil : SALADA
54. Plato and others : SOCRATICS
58. Ulexite is rich in it : BORON
59. Pope when the Visigoths seized Rome : INNOCENTI
60. Poker player's declaration : IMOUT
61. Title IX concern : GENDERGAP
62. Ones with bewitching eyes? : NEWTS
1. Smile on : BLESS
2. Game with hazards, safeties and remedies : MILLEBORNES
3. Entertainer who was the first man to be married at Caesars Palace : XAVIERCUGAT
4. Personification of purity, in literature : ENID
5. Make seedier? : RESOW
6. Make chicken : COW
7. It has 12 flowers on each side : OREO
8. Overly confident : BOLDASBRASS
9. One way to break ties : BYLOT
10. Result of a break : SPARETIME
11. Garments covered by amices : ALBS
12. Language written with no spaces between words : LAO
13. Mud bogger's purchase, briefly : ATV
14. "Lost" actor Daniel ___ Kim : DAE
20. Air Force base near Las Vegas : NELLIS
24. Holistic medicine topic : SELFHEALING
26. Line up : STANDINAROW
27. Simplified, in a way : CANCELEDOUT
28. Start to change? : INTER
30. Cambodian cash : RIELS
32. They often have seconds : DUELS
34. Turndown from the overcommitted : ICANT
35. Salsa ingredients? : STEPS
36. Vulcans, e.g. : ALIENRACE
37. NASA's Spirit and Opportunity : ROVERS
45. Michelin, for one : RATER
47. Albert with a National Medal of Science : SABIN
49. List in a wish list : WANTS
50. Put shoes on? : TROD
51. They're found within minutes : ACTA
53. Capital on the Gulf of Guinea : LOME
54. Foreign Mr. : SIG
55. The same partner? : ONE
56. "American Morning" home : CNN
57. Spoonful, maybe : SIP

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