New York Times, Monday, May 24, 2010

Author: Bob Johnson
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Johnson
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Johnson. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Cow's offspring : CALF
5. U.C.L.A. player : BRUIN
10. Bank no. : ACCT
14. Margarine : OLEO
15. Copy, for short : REPRO
16. What's seen in "Saw" : GORE
17. Football alignment named for its shape : TFORMATION
19. "___ a Song Go Out of My Heart" : ILET
20. Impertinent : SASSY
21. Bed-and-breakfast : INN
22. Muslim's God : ALLAH
23. Elvis ___ Presley : ARON
25. Drug that's a downer : OPIATE
26. Top choice : PICKOFTHELITTER
31. Sign in a boardinghouse window : TORENT
32. "Yes, captain!" : AYEAYE
33. Good "Wheel of Fortune" purchase for STRING BIKINI : ANI
34. Drano ingredient : LYE
35. Undeveloped : RAW
38. Heckle or Jeckle of cartoons : MAGPIE
42. Lay waste to : RAVAGE
45. "Light" dessert? : CHERRIESJUBILEE
48. Went nuts : LOSTIT
49. School near Windsor Castle : ETON
50. 11th-century conqueror of Valencia : ELCID
51. Number on a golf hole : PAR
53. Starbucks size that's Italian for "twenty" : VENTI
57. Fruity drinks : ADES
58. Sci-fi hero in the 25th century : BUCKROGERS
60. Circus shelter : TENT
61. Stan's pal in old films : OLLIE
62. Puccini's "Nessun dorma," for one : ARIA
63. Captain Hook's henchman : SMEE
64. To the point, ironically : BLUNT
65. Classic theater name : ROXY
1. Foldable beds : COTS
2. ___ Romeo (Italian car) : ALFA
3. Ones born before Virgos : LEOS
4. Abandon : FORSAKE
5. Item under a blouse : BRA
6. Color again, as the hair : RETINT
7. Go ___ smoke : UPIN
8. Do a post-washing chore : IRON
9. Oui's opposite : NON
10. Nimbleness : AGILITY
11. Property securing a loan : COLLATERAL
12. Manufacture : CREATE
13. Restraining cord : TETHER
18. Ancient Athenian sculptor : MYRON
22. Samoan capital : APIA
24. Frequent, in poetry : OFT
25. Cheer for a bullfighter : OLE
26. School org. : PTA
27. Charged particle : ION
28. It might be marked off with police tape : CRIMESCENE
29. Rutherford B. ___ : HAYES
30. Ogle : EYE
34. Big fib : LIE
36. Biographical datum : AGE
37. Itsy-bitsy : WEE
39. Skilled entertainer : ARTISTE
40. Where to enter this puzzle's answers : GRID
41. Indy 500 service area : PIT
42. Same old same old : RUT
43. From the beginning: Lat. : ABOVO
44. The "sour" in sweet-and-sour : VINEGAR
45. Shoe grippers : CLEATS
46. Poker variety : HOLDEM
47. Sleeveless jacket : JERKIN
51. Word on a door handle : PULL
52. Org. protecting individual rights : ACLU
54. Literary Wolfe : NERO
55. "___ are for kids" (ad slogan) : TRIX
56. "___, old chap!" : ISAY
58. Go up and down, as in the water : BOB
59. On Social Security: Abbr. : RET

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