New York Times, Saturday, March 23, 2013

Author: David Steinberg
Editor: Will Shortz
David Steinberg
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JQV} This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Steinberg. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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1. "Another Cinderella Story" co-star, 2008 : SELENAGOMEZ
12. Focus of middle management? : ABS
15. Creator of the heroine Catherine Earnshaw : EMILYBRONTE
16. It's bisected by the Reuss River : URI
17. City in the 42-Down Desert : MESAARIZONA
18. Caesar's thing : RES
19. N.Y.C. line to the Bronx : IRT
20. Race space : LANE
21. Name on a London hall : ALBERT
23. Poseidon's trident? : PSI
24. Channel with the tagline "Story matters here" : AMC
25. 10th-century European king : OLAFI
26. First name in gossip : RONA
28. Like some issues : HOTBUTTON
32. Like saved hockey shots : ONGOAL
35. Gets along : DOES
36. English Channel feeder : EXE
37. Advice-disdaining sort : KNOWITALL
40. Mismatched pair? : EMS
43. Bearers of bright red arils : YEWS
44. They're shortsighted : MYOPES
48. See : GOOUTWITH
51. Neighbor of Eure-et-Loir : ORNE
52. Broadway's "Never ___ Dance" : GONNA
53. Shogunate capital : EDO
56. "Stuff like that" : ETC
57. One of reality TV's "Guidettes" : SNOOKI
59. Means of enforcing compliance : WRIT
60. Asian winter celebration : TET
61. Credit card co. concern : APR
62. Two-time Triple Crown winner : EDDIEARCARO
65. Operation Cyclone org. : CIA
66. Epitome of dedication, in modern usage : REALTROOPER
67. Either of two cousin Udalls: Abbr. : SEN
68. They're suitable to be transplanted to another bed : SEEDOYSTERS
1. Not quite minor-league : SEMIPRO
2. "The American Scholar" speech giver : EMERSON
3. TV Guide datum : LISTING
4. She, in Rio : ELA
5. Spiral-horned antelope : NYALA
6. Norm of "This Old House" : ABRAM
7. Mean sort : GRINCH
8. Slow flow : OOZE
9. 6 string : MNO
10. View from Biancavilla : ETNA
11. With fire : ZEALOUSLY
12. Golden : AUREATE
13. "Song of the South" villain : BRERFOX
14. Raphael's "___ Madonna" : SISTINE
22. It's often a double-decker : BLT
27. Swell : AOK
29. Elevator of literature? : ODIST
30. Add (up) : TOT
31. Look elated : BEAM
33. Challenging question : ANYTAKERS
34. 1920-24 owner of Metro Pictures : LOEW
38. What the U.S. joined in Apr. 1917 : WWI
39. Bath can : LOO
40. Where future web developers develop? : EGGSACS
41. Dessert that's out of this world? : MOONPIE
42. ___ Desert (area with saguaros) : SONORAN
45. Test-record, maybe : PRETAPE
46. Typist, at times : ENTERER
47. Divisions of geometry : SECTORS
49. Game with 59-Down cards : UNO
50. Regarding this point : HERETO
54. Frank account : DIARY
55. Not estos or esos : OTROS
58. Pensée product : IDEE
59. See 49-Down : WILD
63. "Hawaii Five-0" co-star Daniel ___ Kim : DAE
64. Trig function : COT

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