New York Times, Saturday, March 19, 2011

Author: Joe DiPietro
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe DiPietro
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 35 Missing: {KQWZ} This is puzzle # 106 for Mr. DiPietro. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Lead follower : SLEUTH
7. They make vehicles very volatile : CARBOMBS
15. Item removed before showering : TOUPEE
16. "See!" : ITOLDYOU
17. Locations for many pipes : ORGANS
18. Where many people fall asleep at the wheel : RESTSTOP
19. Pablo Neruda's "___ to Opposites" : ODES
20. 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 ..., e.g. : SERIES
22. Naval inits. : HMS
23. Reason to wear earplugs : DIN
24. Underweight delivery, maybe : RUNT
25. "Lemme ___!" : ATEM
27. Resin used in varnishes : MASTIC
29. Spout : JET
32. Keeps in order : POLICES
34. Away, in a way : ONLEAVE
36. Heads off : AVERTS
37. Borderline fare? : TEXMEX
38. Strategy game with disks : REVERSI
40. Unwilling to stay in line : DEFIANT
41. Shot : TRY
42. Used a knight stick on? : LANCED
44. It can be bought without money : TIME
45. Big ball : GALA
46. Rockling, e.g. : COD
47. See 48-Down : AIR
50. Whence Romeo : VERONA
52. Basilica di San Nicola locale : BARI
53. Cookware item with low sides : CREPEPAN
55. Carmine's cousin : CLARET
57. It's between 90 and 100 : AAVERAGE
58. 1951 title role for Mario Lanza : CARUSO
59. To a very great degree : INSPADES
60. Shake : TREMOR
1. Distinguished oneself : STOODAPART
2. Act like the master of : LORDITOVER
3. 2003 Grammy winner for "A Mighty Wind" : EUGENELEVY
4. Dress ___ (look like) : UPAS
5. It may be hung on a board : TEN
6. BP competitor : HESS
7. It's white and wispy : CIRRUS
8. Depleted : ATEINTO
9. Optimistic : ROSETINTED
10. They're listed near clubs : BLTS
11. Shows no moderation, briefly : ODS
12. One often dispelled : MYTH
13. Business owner's delight : BOOM
14. More than noshes : SUPS
21. Geologic succession : ERAS
26. Plowing problem : MIRE
27. Item next to a phone : MESSAGEPAD
28. Pitch setter : CLEF
29. Spirit of the Caribbean : JAMAICARUM
30. In yet a greater way : EVENMORESO
31. Something to paste in : TEXTEDITOR
33. Abbr. associated with certain shortcuts : CTRL
35. Tollbooth site : EXIT
39. Burning up : INARAGE
40. Certain disciplinarian : DEAN
43. Matchmaker's output? : CLONES
47. ___ palm : ACAI
48. With 47-Across, it stopped flying to New York in 1979 : IRAN
49. Prepares for dragging : REVS
50. Bea Arthur's "Mame" role : VERA
51. Thing pulled up in a bank: Abbr. : ACCT
52. Stripped : BARE
54. Bounce : PEP
56. "Knots Landing" actress ___ Park Lincoln : LAR

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