New York Times, Saturday, March 21, 2009

Author: Robert H. Wolfe
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert H. Wolfe
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 77 for Mr. Wolfe. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Washington is just above it : ONEDOLLAR
10. About : ASFOR
15. Believe : HAVEFAITH
16. What things might be written in : STONE
17. "Whatever" : IDONTCARE
18. Some bucks and does : HARES
19. Garage stock : OIL
20. The Brady boys or girls : TRIO
21. One opinionated to a fault : BIGOT
22. Ear piece : ANVIL
25. The Minotaur was fed seven of these annually : MAIDENS
27. High-maintenance : NEEDY
28. Firm : STERN
30. Relatively recent arrival? : TOT
31. They appreciate 59-Down : ESTHETES
33. She gave Odysseus a magic veil : INO
34. Feldman's co-star on "The Two Coreys" : HAIM
37. Impressionable : WAXEN
38. Minimal progress : STEP
39. Maximum: Abbr. : ULT
40. Glider-towing plane : AIRTRAIN
42. "A Footnote to History" author's inits. : RLS
43. State in Elysium : BLISS
44. Ingredient in chocolat : SUCRE
48. Quarterback Cunningham : RANDALL
50. Home of Weber State University : OGDEN
51. Some lilies : ALOES
52. Red man? : ERIC
56. Hipster : CAT
57. Two-time "Dancing With the Stars" co-winner Julianne : HOUGH
58. Fully posted? : WELLAWARE
61. Succeed : ENSUE
62. Adjunct to some pens : INKERASER
63. Believes : DEEMS
64. North Pacific carnivores : SEAOTTERS
1. William Howard Taft, by birth : OHIOAN
2. Chuck Berry title girl who's repeatedly asked "Is that you?" : NADINE
3. Come about : EVOLVE
4. Plotters' place : DEN
5. "So ___ have I invoked thee ...": Shak. : OFT
6. Opening for milk? : LACT
7. One who's not straight : LIAR
8. Bell town in a Longfellow poem : ATRI
9. Blood flow measurers : RHEOMETERS
10. Garbage collectors : ASHBINS
11. Settled : STAID
12. "Don't even bother!" : FORGETIT
13. Kind of defense : ONEONONE
14. It's found between exits : RESTSTOP
23. Latin word in a quotation book : IDEM
24. City in Arthur C. Clarke's "The City and the Stars" : LYS
26. Squaring-off site : ARENA
28. Kids' entertainer who won 12 Emmys : SHARILEWIS
29. College expenses : TEXTS
32. Herringbone, e.g. : TWILL
34. Cheered : HURRAHED
35. Forsaken : ALLALONE
36. "Don't even bother!" : ITSNOUSE
38. Far from baggy : SNUG
40. Turns red, maybe : ABASHES
41. Prefix with lateral : ISO
45. Record keeper : CDCASE
46. Parent : REARER
47. Inscribes, e.g. : ENTERS
49. Free of sticky stuff : DEGUM
53. François-___ de Chateaubriand : RENE
54. Chase in films : ILKA
55. Last ruler of the Ptolemaic dynasty, informally : CLEO
59. It's appreciated by 31-Across : ART
60. Buddhist monastery : WAT

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