New York Times, Saturday, May 18, 2013

Author: Martin Ashwood-Smith
Editor: Will Shortz
Martin Ashwood-Smith
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 27 Missing: {HXZ} Spans: 8, (2 quad stacks) This is puzzle # 68 for Mr. Ashwood-Smith. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2013, The New York TimesNo. 23,202
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1. What you may charge with : AVAILABLECREDIT
16. Indicator of how accurate a numerical guess is : PERCENTAGEERROR
17. Bringer of peace : ENTENTECORDIALE
18. The look of love? : STARSINONESEYES
19. One built for Broadway : SET
20. Intel processor? : NSA
21. Pliers part : JAW
24. "The Chronicles of Clovis" author : SAKI
26. Running dog : LACKEY
32. Opposite of extremely : ATAD
34. Curing stuff, symbolically : NACL
36. Heffalump's creator : MILNE
37. Title gambler in a 1943 Cary Grant film : MRLUCKY
39. Northern game preceder : OCANADA
41. Waits awhile : BIDES
42. Eagles tight end Igwenagu : EMIL
44. Make canning impossible? : QUIT
45. Much commercial production : SPOTTV
47. Flat : ONED
49. Some holiday honorees: Abbr. : STS
50. Start of a Vol. 1 heading : ATO
52. Post-W.W. II fed. agcy. : AEC
54. Tone poem that calls for four taxi horns, with "An" : AMERICANINPARIS
63. Past pump preference : REGULARGASOLINE
64. Packing it in : FEEDINGONESFACE
65. Information information : STREETADDRESSES
1. Some of them have learned to sign : APES
2. Blowout locale? : VENT
3. "Thou ___ lady": King Lear : ARTA
4. They might design roses : ICERS
5. Visual aids : LENSES
6. Like bazookas : ANTITANK
7. 1930s bomber : BTEN
8. Not windy at all : LACONIC
9. Painter Schiele and composer Wellesz : EGONS
10. Life is one : CEREAL
11. Their caps have a stylized "C" : REDS
12. Language related to Wyandot : ERIE
13. Transporter of beer barrels : DRAY
14. Captive of Heracles : IOLE
15. Quarter of doce : TRES
21. Window parts : JAMBS
22. Like some anchors and sails : ATRIP
23. Not just another face in the crowd? : WALDO
25. "The Inspector General" star, 1949 : KAYE
27. Org. that publishes Advocacy Update : AMA
28. Quarter of vingt : CINQ
29. "Revolver" Grammy winner Voormann : KLAUS
30. Split up : ENDIT
31. "Deirdre" playwright : YEATS
33. Certain recital piece : DUET
35. Kind of chop : LOIN
38. Chi setting : CST
40. One of several Procter & Gamble products : CLEANSER
43. Chandra, in Hindu belief : MOONGOD
46. Like a lot without a lot : VACANT
48. Boot : DEPOSE
51. Porsche 911 model : TARGA
53. ___-foot jelly : CALFS
54. Many masters respond to them : ARFS
55. Cross : MEET
56. Hohenberg's river : EGER
57. Like line jumpers : RUDE
58. First name in '70s tennis : ILIE
59. Martin Buber's "___ Thou" : IAND
60. Shore indentations : RIAS
61. Thomas H. ___, the Father of the Western : INCE
62. Calls on : SEES

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

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