New York Times, Friday, April 12, 2013

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 66, Blocks: 25 Missing: {QXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 173 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2013, The New York TimesNo. 23,166
Across Down
1. Entree meant to be eaten with the fingers, according to its creator : CAESARSALAD
12. "People's Choice Awards" airer : CBS
15. Key chain : ARCHIPELAGO
16. Millerite, e.g. : ORE
17. In flight? : MAKINGARUNFORIT
19. Late critic featured on the Hollywood Walk of Fame : EBERT
20. Position of prominence : FOREFRONT
21. Vatican money, once : LIRE
22. Sunbathes, informally : BAKES
23. So-called "Playwright of the Midwest" : INGE
24. Out of spirits : SAD
25. Marlon Brando's role in "Superman" : JOREL
26. Leave off : CEASE
27. W.W. II pistol : LUGER
28. Buildings with many owners : CONDOS
29. Post office purchase : MAILER
31. Big 1970s-'80s band with a geographical name : BOSTON
32. Art of television : CARNEY
33. Innocents : LAMBS
34. Playing costs : ANTES
35. Dear : HONEY
36. What Mad magazine lacked from 1957 to 2001 : ADS
39. Part of many a vegan's diet : TOFU
40. Country singers? : LARKS
41. Short distance : STEP
42. Goes beyond the pail? : SLOPSOVER
44. Element #100 is named for him : FERMI
45. It's often freely given : PERSONALOPINION
47. Surveillance cam location : ATM
48. Athlete who started a clothing company in 1933 : RENELACOSTE
49. "Fantastic Mr. Fox" director Anderson : WES
50. Hiking guide : TRAILMARKER
1. Dry mounts? : CAMELS
2. Locale for many 1-Down : ARABIA
3. St. Petersburg's ___ College : ECKERD
4. Middle-earth region, with "the" : SHIRE
5. "___ Nobody's Business" (old blues standard) : AINT
6. Shoulder-fired weapon, for short : RPG
7. Salt : SEAFARER
8. Willard Scott's successor on "Today" : ALROKER
9. Symbol of Apollo : LAUREL
10. Dancer de Mille : AGNES
11. Remove : DOFF
12. Seeker of the Seven Cities of Gold : CORONADO
13. Induces : BRINGSON
14. Victorian-era furnishings : SETTEES
18. Shows the ropes : ORIENTS
22. Scorecard blemish : BOGEY
25. Pulitzer-winning cartoonist Feiffer : JULES
26. Bill who received a Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2002 : COSBY
27. Suspect groups : LINEUPS
28. Turns up : COMES
29. Celebrated matador during Franco's reign : MANOLETE
30. Painting and ballet : ARTFORMS
31. Be an angel? : BANKROLL
32. Tool : CATSPAW
33. Title maiden in a Heinrich Heine poem : LORELEI
35. Home of the Karl Marx Theater : HAVANA
36. Endangered : ATRISK
37. Lower : DEMOTE
38. Brent of "Star Trek: T.N.G." : SPINER
40. Company boycotter? : LONER
41. Don Quixote, e.g. : SENOR
43. Kind : SORT
44. Payroll tax, for short : FICA
46. Oil in a can : PAM

Answer summary: 8 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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