New York Times, Saturday, May 11, 2013

Author: Matt Ginsberg
Editor: Will Shortz
Matt Ginsberg
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 30 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 37 for Mr. Ginsberg. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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JimH notes: The print puzzle has "*taking into account its 61-Across" in italics after the clue list, referring to 4 clues with asterisks. For online, that phrase was added to the clues themselves.
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© 2013, The New York TimesNo. 23,195
Across Down
1. Chest piece : DRAWER
7. St. John's, for one : BASILICA
15. Fish that attaches itself to a host : REMORA
16. Like the Congressional Record : ARCHIVAL
17. Biblical prophet whose name means "Yahweh is my God" : ELIJAH
18. Act in "The Last Samurai" : HARAKIRI
19. St. John's, for one : WORT
20. Kneecap, e.g. : MAIM
22. Dick and Al, recently : VEEPS
23. Like King Sargon II: Abbr. : ASSYR
25. 33-Down, taking into account its 61-Across : SAILED
27. Author of "Herding Cats: A Life in Politics" : LOTT
29. Latin rock band featured at Woodstock : SANTANA
33. Where the guarani is cash : PARAGUAY
37. Milk source, to a kid : MOOCOW
38. Vein gloriousness? : ORE
39. Pope who started the First Crusade : URBANII
41. Tokyo Rose's real first name : IVA
42. German chocolate brand : RIESEN
44. Good occasion for kite-flying : WINDYDAY
46. Shows an aptitude for : TAKESTO
48. Mother of the Titans : GAEA
49. 32-Down, taking into account its 61-Across : ATONCE
51. Home of more than 900 volcanoes : ANDES
55. White House girl : SASHA
58. Western setting : FORT
60. Just under half a penny's weight : GRAM
61. Place : LOCATION
63. Ostrich, e.g. : RATITE
65. 1950s H-bomb test site : ENIWETOK
66. Dermatological concern : ECZEMA
67. Classic graduation gifts : DESKSETS
68. The Missouri, to the Mississippi : FEEDER
1. ___ blank : DREWA
2. Transfers often entail them, informally : RELOS
3. Bahrain bigwigs: Var. : AMIRS
4. John Paul II, originally : WOJTYLA
5. Span of a ruler, maybe : ERA
6. First name in Chicago politics : RAHM
7. Part of the coast of Brazil : BAHIA
8. Estée Lauder fragrance for men : ARAMIS
9. TV or monitor part: Abbr. : SCR
10. "Beats me!" : IHAVENOIDEA
11. Did with enjoyment : LIKEDTO
12. Ellington band vocalist Anderson : IVIE
13. 68-Across, taking into account its 61-Across : CARP
14. Father/daughter fighters : ALIS
21. Take ___ at : ASTAB
24. Iran, North Korea and the like : ROGUESTATES
26. Veneer, e.g. : LAMINA
28. Ask, as for assistance : TURNTO
30. It's not basic : ACID
31. Astronomical figure? : NOVA
32. Out : AWAY
33. Strong wine : PORT
34. "La donna è mobile," e.g. : ARIA
35. Give off, with "of" : REEK
36. Not pitch or roll, say : YAW
40. Big uranium exporter : NIGER
43. Twin-engine Navy helicopter : SEAHAWK
45. Site of the Three Gorges Dam : YANGTZE
47. Hoofing it : ONFOOT
50. Abruptly stops, with "out" : CONKS
52. Like mummies : DRIED
53. Instruction written in currants for Alice : EATME
54. Campaign dirty trick : SMEAR
55. Coast, in a way : SLED
56. 1-Across, taking into account its 61-Across : AONE
57. Univ. grouping : SCIS
59. Nonkosher : TREF
62. Samson's end? : ITE
64. Pal : ACE

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 4 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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