New York Times, Saturday, May 2, 2009

Author: Peter A. Collins
Editor: Will Shortz
Peter A. Collins
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 21 for Mr. Collins. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2009, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Grunt site : STY
4. Pageant attire : SASHES
10. Pen name : BIC
13. Vegetable sometimes grown as a flower : OKRA
14. Walrus-skin boats : UMIAKS
15. Spain's Victoria Eugenia, familiarly : ENA
16. Seafood restaurant locale : PIER
17. Mafia runners : BAGMEN
18. I.C.U. figure : LPN
19. Bad bill collector? : TMAN
20. Perfectly, after "to" : ATEE
21. 1847 novel involving a mutiny : OMOO
22. Tape speed abbr. : IPS
23. It comprises the 10-Down, 34-Across and a third part found elsewhere in the grid : TRIPLECROWN
26. Kind of pork : MOOSHU
28. Best Actress winner for "The Great Ziegfeld," 1936 : RAINER
29. Musical with the song "It's the Hard-Knock Life" : ANNIE
30. Proceed effortlessly : COAST
33. Sample : TRY
34. Part of the 23-Across : PREAKNESS
37. Bit of autumn decoration : COB
40. QB who was the Super Bowl XXXIII M.V.P. : ELWAY
41. Itchy : EAGER
45. Revolt : UPRISE
47. Ball of fire : DYNAMO
48. One that bets are on : THEFAVORITE
52. AWOL catchers : MPS
53. Roger of stage and screen : REES
54. Sugar : DEAR
55. Genealogical listings: Abbr. : RELS
56. Certain council member: Abbr. : ALD
57. Black mark : STIGMA
59. Kind of reed : OBOE
60. Standoff : TIE
61. Birthplace of St. Clare : ASSISI
62. Chest contents : TOYS
63. Tarsus : foot :: incus : ___ : EAR
64. Admits : LETSON
65. ___ admin : SYS
1. Not provide fully : SKIMPON
2. Subject of Article III Section 3 of the Constitution : TREASON
3. Ball material : YARN
4. One of two cars besides a Cadillac named in Springsteen's "Pink Cadillac" : SUBARU
5. The Brothers ___ (violinmakers) : AMATI
6. Popular fraternity, familiarly : SIGEP
7. Actress Veronica of "Hill Street Blues" : HAMEL
8. Barely make, with "out" : EKE
9. Job application info: Abbr. : SSN
10. Part of the 23-Across : BELMONT
11. Ruling : INPOWER
12. Church office : CANONRY
13. Perfect conditions : OPTIMA
21. "Withhold no atom's atom ___ die": Keats : ORI
23. The Little Flower of Jesus : THERESA
24. Manx relative : ERSE
25. Certain shooter : CATSEYE
27. Sample, in a way : SIP
30. Quote the raven? : CAW
31. River to the Volga : OKA
32. "___ questions?" : ANY
35. Map abbr. : ELEV
36. ___ Juan : SAN
37. Marked down : CUTRATE
38. "O, what a noble mind is here o'erthrown!" speaker, in Shakespeare : OPHELIA
39. One with a stake in 48-Across, say : BREEDER
42. Nintendo product : GAMEBOY
43. Has working : EMPLOYS
44. Family in Upton Sinclair's "Oil!" : ROSSES
46. Conditions : IFS
47. Public transportation to New York's Yankee Stadium : DTRAIN
49. Wordsworth, e.g. : ODIST
50. Denver's ___ University : REGIS
51. Response to a disbeliever : IAMSO
55. Spoils : ROTS
57. ___ the Stockbroker on "The Howard Stern Show" : SAL
58. Literary inits. : TSE

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