New York Times, Saturday, April 14, 2012

Author: Mark Diehl
Editor: Will Shortz
Mark Diehl
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 27 Missing: {QWYZ} This is puzzle # 57 for Mr. Diehl. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Skirt raisers? : UPDRAFTS
9. Toward the tip : APICAL
15. Equivalent of "ibidem" : SEEABOVE
16. ___ 400 (Pennsylvania Nascar event) : POCONO
17. They're often swiped at stores : ATMCARDS
18. Parnassian : POETIC
19. Stereotypical bouncers : BRUISERS
20. Do some post-harvesting work : THRESH
21. Marion ___, Emmy-winning actress on "Bewitched" : LORNE
22. A hand : AID
24. Singer in the "Odyssey" : SIREN
25. "What ___?" : ELSE
26. Subject for Enrico Caruso : AMORE
28. Kiss hit "Rock and Roll All ___" : NITE
29. Western wear : JEANJACKETS
31. Cousin of bridge : SPADES
35. Discards : TOSSES
36. 2001 presidential biography by Edmund Morris : THEODOREREX
40. Pull down : EARN
41. Michael who sang "I'm a lumberjack and I'm O.K." : PALIN
42. Rudimentary run : ABCS
46. Puts on a graph, say : PLOTS
48. Zero-deg. setting : GMT
49. Source of a feather in one's cap? : EGRET
50. Symbol of power : FASCES
52. TV hotline : BATPHONE
54. Captured for posterity, maybe : ONTAPE
55. Spanish port : ALICANTE
56. Classic Lorre role : UGARTE
57. Jabbed back : RIPOSTED
58. Like classic stories : REREAD
59. Macramé creators : KNOTTERS
1. Helpful : USABLE
2. Lorry supply : PETROL
3. Shows reservations : DEMURS
4. Molière contemporary : RACINE
5. Put to shame : ABASE
6. "Heads up!" : FORE
7. Many an HBO show : TVDRAMA
8. Shrink time, say : SESSION
9. 8-Down, e.g.: Abbr. : APPT
10. Some toy bears, informally : POOHS
11. They have two goals : ICERINKS
12. Sets of friends : COTERIES
13. Liqueur sweetened with syrup : ANISETTE
14. Locale in a much-studied 1934 photo : LOCHNESS
23. 1970s-'80s N.B.A. nickname : DRJ
26. Classical subject of a Velázquez painting in the Prado : AESOP
27. Gone from a plate : EATEN
29. "The Beverly Hillbillies" role : JED
30. 1920 Democratic presidential nominee : COX
31. "Make a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves," in Alcoholics Anonymous : STEPFOUR
32. Digital bone : PHALANGE
33. 1980s-'90s Ford model : AEROSTAR
34. "Whatever" : DONTCARE
37. Catchy tune : RAG
38. Medicinal tea source : ELMBARK
39. Narcolepsy drug : RITALIN
42. Totally shaken : AGHAST
43. Family name in English literature : BRONTE
44. See 49-Down : CENTER
45. Strong mounts : STEEDS
47. Walls of the heart : SEPTA
49. With 44-Down, it had its grand opening on 10/1/1982 : EPCOT
51. Ranked player : SEED
53. ___ the hat : TIPO

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