New York Times, Thursday, March 5, 2009

Author: David J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 38 Missing: {HQVZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 135 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Great Bear Lake locale : CANADA
7. Blacken : DEFAME
13. Basic pool exercise : ONELAP
14. Lover of Aida : RADAMES
15. Word of warning : BEWARE
16. Potent pitcherfuls : SANGRIAS
17. Out of action : SIDELINED
19. Cold weather wear : PARKA
22. ___-majesté : LESE
23. 3-D camera maker : IMAX
27. Coconut yield? : IDEA
28. Suckling site : UDDER
29. Sensitive : SORE
30. Put out : EMANATED
32. Rocket first tested in 1957 : ATLAS
33. With 16-Down, annual March event : IDITARODTRAIL
36. Title woman in a Jim Carrey movie : IRENE
37. Gracious introduction? : GOODNESS
39. Schlep : CART
40. Ridged material : SERGE
42. Certain domino number : TREY
43. "What ___?" : ELSE
44. Learn a lot quickly : CRAM
45. Fishing tool : SPEAR
46. Big job for a driller : ROOTCANAL
49. It may be revealed by a tree : PEDIGREE
52. Bingeing : ONAJAG
56. Jim Palmer and teammates : ORIOLES
57. Fall away : RECEDE
58. Squinted (at) : PEERED
59. Childish answer : ARETOO
1. Ear part : COB
2. Hydrocarbon suffix : ANE
3. Unheard of : NEW
4. Setting for much of the 33-Across/16-Down : ALASKANINTERIOR
5. "Beavis and Butt-head" spinoff : DARIA
6. Made like : APED
7. Tony- and Emmy-winning actress Blythe : DANNER
8. Beat by a point or two : EDGE
9. What the Athabaskan word for the beginning of 33-Across means : FARDISTANTPLACE
10. Friend of 24-Down : AMI
11. Start of an apology : MEA
12. Cousin of -enne : ESS
14. Cultivate : RAISE
16. See 33-Across : SLEDDOGRACE
18. Like some statesmen : ELDER
19. Representation of a budget, often : PIE
20. Fleet person : ADMIRAL
21. Circulation concern : READERS
24. "The School for Wives" playwright : MOLIERE
25. Part of the Uzbekistan border : ARALSEA
26. Choice marks? : XES
28. Actress Hagen : UTA
31. Got down : ATE
32. Dull finish? : ARD
34. Sermon subject : DOGMA
35. It may provide one's sole support : TOE
36. Knock off : ICE
38. Six-Day War participant: Abbr. : SYR
40. Picked up a point or two : SCORED
41. Some lithographs : ERTES
45. More moderate : SANER
47. Eye : OGLE
48. Bayes who sang and co-wrote "Shine On, Harvest Moon" : NORA
49. Jump off the page : POP
50. "___ I let fall the windows of mine eyes": Shak. : ERE
51. Bite the dust : DIE
53. A.F.C. East player : JET
54. Bother : ADO
55. ___ Metro (bygone car) : GEO

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