New York Times, Friday, April 15, 2011

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 28 Missing: {KQVXZ} Spans: 7, (1 triple stack) This is puzzle # 141 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. "The Children of Men" author : PDJAMES
8. More than a quarter of the earth's crust : SILICON
15. Resource of western Australia : IRONORE
16. Out of the loop : UNAWARE
17. 2007 film featuring a heavily tattooed main character : EASTERNPROMISES
19. Affectionate feelings : TIES
20. "It's a ___" : SIGN
21. Native of Ayr : SCOT
22. At least one : ANY
23. Gab : PRATE
25. Idea person's cry : AHA
26. Origami design : BOAT
27. Wordsworth's "Intimations of Immortality," e.g. : ODE
29. Early Windows underpinning : DOS
32. Complimentary item at restaurants : AFTERDINNERMINT
37. Field of Bible-based study : CREATIONSCIENCE
38. Hogwarts enrollee : HERMIONEGRANGER
39. Always used by Longfellow? : EER
40. Grp. represented by the Southern Cross : CSA
41. Deep shockers : EELS
42. Long ___ : AGO
44. Two of these are needed to pass : LANES
46. Speak on the record? : RAP
49. Openable with a gentle push, say : AJAR
51. Quite a tidy sum : PILE
52. Matter of contention : BONE
53. Constables' superiors : POLICESERGEANTS
57. Fraction of a fraction : SUBPART
58. Kind of jam in a sacher torte : APRICOT
59. Who wrote "In the country of the blind the one-eyed man is king" : ERASMUS
60. Calm swimming spots : LAGOONS
1. Only work of art that Michelangelo signed : PIETA
2. Exhaust : DRAIN
3. "The Outlaw ___ Wales" : JOSEY
4. Queen and her servants, maybe : ANTS
5. Bully in "Calvin and Hobbes" : MOE
6. Be off : ERR
7. Typical tabloid writers : SENSATIONALISTS
8. Health V.I.P.'s : SURGEONSGENERAL
9. A party to : INON
10. Skip town : LAM
11. "If only that were true!" : IWISH
12. Descending in steps : CASCADING
13. Modern ice cream flavor : OREO
14. It might hold a few swallows : NEST
18. Mine : PIT
23. Grand entrance : PORTICO
24. Squad car necessities : RADIOS
25. Passé skyline sights : AERIALS
26. Cantilever, e.g. : BEAM
28. Dictate : DECREE
30. ___ a day : ONCE
31. Song ending : STER
32. Longing : ACHE
33. Available : FREE
34. Clay used by potters : TERRAALBA
35. Cincinnati-to-Dayton dir. : NNE
36. Department store department : MENS
43. Film set workers : GRIPS
45. Barley product : ALE
46. "But wait, there's more!" company : RONCO
47. Composer Bruckner : ANTON
48. Spray targets : PESTS
49. Place to pray : APSE
50. Carte du ___ : JOUR
51. Where the 2003 true-life film "Touching the Void" is set : PERU
52. Actor Scott : BAIO
54. Surveillance tool, briefly : CAM
55. Univ. application datum : GPA
56. One-tenth of a microjoule : ERG

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