New York Times, Friday, August 26, 2016

Author: Andrew Kingsley
Editor: Will Shortz
Andrew Kingsley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 33 Missing: {JQWZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Kingsley. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

Andrew Kingsley notes: I was worried when I began this puzzle that the SUPERFOOD fad was just that: a fad. Fortunately, we can't seem to get enough of ... more
Jeff Chen notes: Andrew does a nice job of using his longer and mid-length entries. In particular, so many good 7-letter ones: TED TALK, STOOGES, HAT ... more
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Across Down
1. Social app with the slogan "the world's catalog of ideas" : PINTEREST
10. City with the world's largest clock face : MECCA
15. Hypnotized : INATRANCE
16. Joan of Arc quality : VALOR
17. Kale or quinoa, it's said : SUPERFOOD
18. Phone charger feature : PRONG
19. Father of Fear, in myth : ARES
20. Many sisters : AUNTS
22. This, in Taxco : ESTO
23. A crane might hover over one : NEST
24. "Good thinking!" : NEATIDEA
26. Active ingredient in marijuana, for short : THC
28. City in central Israel : LOD
29. Through : VIA
31. Place for bowlers : HATTREE
35. Ornamental garden installation : KOIPOND
37. Quick tennis match : ONESET
38. Part of a devil costume : GOATEE
39. Fuming : STEAMED
41. "You don't want to miss it!" : BETHERE
42. Bit of bronze : TIN
43. Statue outside Boston's TD Garden : ORR
44. Lunk : ASS
45. Watering holes : TAPROOMS
48. Eye-opening problem? : STYE
52. First name in gossip : RONA
53. Knee jerk, perhaps : SPASM
55. Political accusation : LIAR
56. Bill Clinton or George W. Bush, informally : EXGOV
58. Only highest-grossing film of the year that lost money : CLEOPATRA
60. Stocking stuff : LISLE
61. Spots that might smear : ATTACKADS
62. Pirouetting, perhaps : ONTOE
63. Bought or sold, e.g. : PASTTENSE
1. Fibonacci, notably : PISAN
2. Temper : INURE
3. Pickup points : NAPES
4. Statistician's tool : TTEST
5. Say irregardless? : ERR
6. Nickname for a two-time Wimbledon winner : RAFA
7. State : ENOUNCE
8. Variety of quick bread : SCONE
9. Multimedia think piece : TEDTALK
10. Stephen Curry was one in '15 and '16 : MVP
11. Like some seals : EARED
12. Feature of the 1876 or 2000 presidential election : CLOSEVOTE
13. Cup or bowl, but not a plate : CONTAINER
14. 2012 thriller with John Goodman and Alan Arkin : ARGO
21. Straight men : STOOGES
25. Boobs : IDIOTS
26. 4.0, maybe : TREMOR
27. They're straight : HETEROS
30. Chick's tail? : ADEE
31. Party person : HOST
32. Bacteriologist's discovery : ANTITOXIN
33. What emo songs may convey : TEENANGST
34. Org. doing pat-downs : TSA
36. "Tommyrot!" : PAH
40. Large letter in a manuscript : DROPCAP
41. Hare-hunting hounds : BASSETS
46. Painter Veronese : PAOLO
47. European country whose flag features a George Cross : MALTA
48. Relieve, in a way : SLAKE
49. Child of Uranus : TITAN
50. Passing concern? : YARDS
51. Off : ERASE
52. Informal move : RELO
54. It's water under the bridge : MOAT
57. Successful campaign sign : VEE
59. Cut of the pie chart: Abbr. : PCT

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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