New York Times, Saturday, May 1, 2010

Author: Paula Gamache
Editor: Will Shortz
Paula Gamache
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 27 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 58 for Ms. Gamache. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Good-for-nothing : EMPTYSUIT
10. Transmission repair chain : AAMCO
15. Light seeker's question : GOTAMATCH
16. Eponym of an annual award for best left-handed pitcher : SPAHN
17. Word : GUARANTEE
18. Ancient neighbor of Lydia : IONIA
19. Legis. period : SESS
20. Like many Miami Beach buildings : DECO
21. Vice president Barkley : ALBEN
22. Populist power couple of the 1940s-'50s : PERONS
24. Ornamental pond fish : ORFE
25. It may be radioactive : WASTE
29. Piece of cake : SLICE
31. Airport alternative to JFK or LGA : EWR
32. Code broken by Joe Valachi : OMERTA
34. Picasso's "private muse" : DORAMAAR
36. Some Musée d'Orsay hangings : RENOIRS
38. Adversary of Rocky : NATASHA
39. Mufflers and such : KNITTING
41. Wimbledon's borough : MERTON
42. Pou ___ (vantage point) : STO
43. He said "Most editors are failed writers - but so are most writers" : ELIOT
45. Fix, as some bald spots : RESOD
46. Stick with it : FORK
48. Smart : SPORTY
50. Alternative : OTHER
52. Beggar in Sir Walter Scott's "The Antiquary" : EDIE
53. K.P. unit : SPUD
57. Cologne is found on it : RHINE
58. It can't travel in a vacuum : SOUNDWAVE
60. Great, to Gaius : MAGNA
61. Gets some words in edgewise? : ANNOTATES
62. Antiknock fluid : ETHYL
63. What many text messages are full of : TEENSPEAK
1. They often take a beating : EGGS
2. Sourpuss's look : MOUE
3. Grps. concerned with class struggle? : PTAS
4. Hold hands? : TARS
5. Sumac with a wide range : YMA
6. Earl ___, 1930 Triple Crown-winning jockey : SANDE
7. Spits out : UTTERS
8. Opposite of torrid : ICECOLD
9. Its news network won a 2008 Peabody Award : THEONION
10. Polo setting : ASIA
11. Olympic speed skater Ohno : APOLO
12. Unmacho features : MANBREASTS
13. Cleveland Indians mascot : CHIEFWAHOO
14. Picking up the dry cleaning, e.g. : ONANERRAND
22. Diminutive : PETITE
23. Bolt : SCRAM
25. Response of approval : WORKSFORME
26. Response of approval : AMENTOTHAT
27. It doesn't include the lower classes : SENIORHIGH
28. Go at a clip : TROT
30. Bite site : EATERY
33. Botanical casings : ARILS
35. One that may 28-Down : MARE
37. Attacks pettily : SNIPESAT
40. "Clever!" : GOODONE
44. Like Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva : TRIUNE
47. "South Park" parka wearer : KENNY
49. Dovetail, e.g. : TENON
51. Not fantastic : REAL
53. Quid pro quo : SWAP
54. It may have a bald spot : PATE
55. Ciliary body locale : UVEA
56. Word after foreign or city : DESK
59. Lush development? : DTS

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