New York Times, Thursday, April 25, 2013

Author: Jeffrey Wechsler
Editor: Will Shortz
Jeffrey Wechsler
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JKQVZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Wechsler. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. It has everything : COSMOS
7. Troublemaker, perhaps : MISFIT
13. France : château :: Spain : ___ : CASTILLO
15. Individually : APIECE
16. Birthday, e.g. : OCCASION
17. Put on : DONNED
18. Classic cartoon in which "Kill da wabbit" is sung to a Wagner tune : WHATSOPERADOC
20. Dried out : SERE
21. Haw's partner : HEM
22. Hosp. adjunct : EMS
25. Onetime presidential candidate on the Forbes 400 list : HROSSPEROT
29. Yukon XL maker, for short : GMC
32. Compote ingredient : PEAR
33. Child actress Patten of "Song of the South" : LUANA
34. Travel hassle : AIRPORTSECURITY
38. Spills the beans : BLABS
39. Checkup : EXAM
40. Fleur-de-___ : LYS
41. Trap in Penobscot Bay : LOBSTERPOT
44. What's that to José? : ESA
45. Terra warmer : SOL
46. Hanukkah largesse : GELT
50. Magician's phrase ... or a hint to part of 18-, 25-, 34- and 41-Across : PRESTOCHANGEO
56. Springer on African grasslands : IMPALA
58. "So what?" : WHOCARES
59. Best way to defuse a bomb : CALMLY
60. Doesn't rush, say : SAUNTERS
61. Brunch dish : CREPES
62. Seizes : WRESTS
1. Squirrel's nuts, maybe : CACHE
2. When said three times, frequent line on "The Odd Couple" : OSCAR
3. Condition : STATE
4. Be errant, say : MISS
5. Diverse grouping : OLIO
6. Haute cuisine by no means : SLOP
7. Ladies : MADAMS
8. ___ Touch : IPOD
9. ___-Japanese War : SINO
10. Product of Abe Lincoln's wood splitting : FENCERAIL
11. Put away : ICE
12. ___ talks, offerers of "ideas worth spreading" : TED
13. Intimidates : COWS
14. Primitive farming equipment : ONEHORSEPLOWS
19. High-___ : RES
23. Hall of fame : MONTY
24. Some court orders : STAYS
25. "I'm with ___" (T-shirt phrase) : HER
26. Possible prey of a 37-Down : RAT
27. Desirable, as a job : PLUM
28. Lux.'s place : EUR
29. Exterior house feature : GABLE
30. Director Forman : MILOS
31. Small sour fruit : CRABAPPLE
32. Guarded place : POST
35. It has lots of pledges : PBS
36. Prefix with biology : EXO
37. Possible predator of a 26-Down : CAT
42. Some collegiate output : ESSAYS
43. Crazy talk : ROT
46. Annoying buzzers : GNATS
47. Wetland denizen : EGRET
48. Body scans? : LEERS
49. Pitch : TOSS
51. Intensify, with "up" : RAMP
52. 25-Down, en français : ELLE
53. Something placed in the mouth of a pitcher? : CHAW
54. Time : HOUR
55. Some minor eruptions : ACNE
56. Org. meting out justice at The Hague : ICC
57. Chip, maybe : MAR

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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