New York Times, Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Author: Alan Arbesfeld
Editor: Will Shortz
Alan Arbesfeld
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 92 for Mr. Arbesfeld. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2011, The New York TimesNo. 22,408
Across Down
1. Former TWA rival : PANAM
6. Ltd., here : INC
9. Beatrix Potter bunny : MOPSY
14. Supermarket part : AISLE
15. "Fuhgeddaboudit!" : NAH
16. Hogwarts potions professor : SNAPE
17. Ball : GREATTIME
19. Reversal of policy : UTURN
20. Upper-left key : ESC
21. "I swear!" : HONEST
23. Came down : ALIT
24. Strike : WORKSTOPPAGE
26. What's in carrots but not celery? : HARDC
28. Ring encouragement : OLE
29. Ball : LAVISHPARTY
33. Frittata need : EGG
36. Bickering : ATIT
37. Subj. of a pilot's announcement : ETA
38. Get together : ALLY
39. Voted, in a way : XED
40. Strike : BOWLERSCOUP
44. Many a trophy : CUP
45. Like Rod Serling's stories : EERIE
46. Ball : TVCOMEDIENNE
52. Masseur's target : ACHE
53. Amicus ___ (friend of the court) : CURIAE
54. Suffers from : HAS
57. Kirk subordinate : UHURA
59. With 61-Across, follower of the five italicized clues : FULLCOUNT
61. See 59-Across : PITCH
62. Marco Island locale: Abbr. : FLA
63. Tournament venue : ARENA
64. Pentathletes' weapons : EPEES
65. Still and all : YET
66. Meal with the Four Questions : SEDER
1. Call for : PAGE
2. They may be put on : AIRS
3. Minuscule part of a min. : NSEC
4. Like : ALA
5. Techniques : METHODS
6. Indelibly written : ININK
7. When doubled, gets specific : NAMES
8. Booty holder : CHEST
9. The Spartans of the N.C.A.A. : MSU
10. Like some audiobooks : ONTAPE
11. Journalist Zahn : PAULA
12. Garnish unit : SPRIG
13. "Fiddler on the Roof" matchmaker : YENTE
18. Arsonist, slangily : TORCH
22. Tugboat's call : TOOT
24. Habeas corpus, e.g. : WRIT
25. Veneer layer : PLY
26. Show enmity toward : HATE
27. Like die-hard fans : AVID
29. Far from harsh : LAX
30. Nave seat : PEW
31. N.L. East city : ATL
32. "Norma ___" : RAE
33. Morlocks' victims in an H. G. Wells story : ELOI
34. Bond former : GLUE
35. Swindle : GYP
38. Zoning unit, maybe : ACRE
40. Spare change seeker : BUM
41. Cartel acronym : OPEC
42. Kidney-related : RENAL
43. New York tribe members : SENECAS
44. Arm-twist : COERCE
46. Hosiery shade : TAUPE
47. Modern screening device : VCHIP
48. Water park feature : CHUTE
49. Julia of "Designing Women" : DUFFY
50. "That was awesome of me!" : IRULE
51. Israeli seaport : EILAT
54. Tinted : HUED
55. Writer Rice : ANNE
56. Headliner : STAR
58. Sounds of satisfaction : AHS
60. Extracted stuff : ORE

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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