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New York Times, Monday, June 10, 2013

Author: Zhouqin Burnikel
Editor: Will Shortz
Zhouqin Burnikel
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {FQVXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 2 for Ms. Burnikel. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2013, The New York TimesNo. 23,225
Across Down
1. Pleasant : NICE
5. Pretentious : ARTY
9. Old PC monitors : CRTS
13. Radio's "___ in the Morning" : IMUS
14. Lerner's partner in musicals : LOEWE
15. Meat cut that may be "tender" : LOIN
16. Comedian with a mock 1968 presidential campaign : PATPAULSEN
18. Detroit product : AUTO
19. Printing units: Abbr. : PGS
20. Villain's look : SNEER
21. Puff piece? : CIGAR
22. "Absolutely!" : YES
23. Money that doesn't completely satisfy a debt : PARTPAYMENT
25. ___ and hers : HIS
27. Bob Schieffer's network : CBS
28. Roman god of love : AMOR
30. Manufacture : CREATE
34. Cut off, as a branch : LOP
37. Tricky task in a driver's test : PARALLELPARKING
40. Kindergartner, e.g. : TOT
41. Gents' counterparts : LADIES
42. Furniture chain founded in Sweden : IKEA
43. Floppy feature of a dachshund : EAR
44. Co. in a 2000 merger that became Verizon : GTE
45. Event that might have a pillow fight : PAJAMAPARTY
52. Stock market debut, for short : IPO
55. "La Bohème" or "La Traviata" : OPERA
56. Psychologist Alfred : ADLER
57. Wrigley Field player : CUB
58. The "I" in M.I.T.: Abbr. : INST
59. Casino cry ... or a hint for 16-, 23-, 37- and 45-Across : COMETOPAPA
61. Actor Rogen : SETH
62. Beethoven dedicatee : ELISE
63. Job for a barber : TRIM
64. "___ does it!" : EASY
65. A great deal : LOTS
66. Ward of "CSI: NY" : SELA
1. A bit cold, as weather : NIPPY
2. Spitting ___ : IMAGE
3. Truncates : CUTSSHORT
4. Mentalist's skill, briefly : ESP
5. Certain IM user : AOLER
6. Put back to zero, as a tripmeter : RESET
7. Insignificant punk : TWERP
8. Kyoto currency : YEN
9. Alleges : CLAIMS
10. Noir's counterpart in roulette : ROUGE
11. Giant in Greek myth : TITAN
12. Angry bull's sound : SNORT
14. Moon goddess : LUNA
17. Snakes along the Nile : ASPS
21. Modern lead-in to cafe : CYBER
24. Represent : ACTAS
26. Long-term bank offering, briefly : IRA
28. Residence like 2-B or 7-J: Abbr. : APT
29. ___ Zedong : MAO
30. Santa ___, Calif. : CLARA
31. Stoplight color : RED
32. Yale grad : ELI
33. King Kong, notably : APE
34. "Whatever!" : LIKEICARE
35. Number dialed before an area code : ONE
36. Augusta National org. : PGA
38. Andes animal : LLAMA
39. Do-it-yourselfer's purchase : KIT
43. Coarse, as humor : EARTHY
44. Greek street food : GYRO
45. Sang-froid : POISE
46. Sleep problem : APNEA
47. Remarks not to be taken seriously : JESTS
48. Renaissance painter Veronese : PAOLO
49. Own up (to) : ADMIT
50. Like non-oyster months : RLESS
51. Head: Fr. : TETE
53. Eliza, to Henry Higgins : PUPIL
54. Illinois senator-turned-president : OBAMA
59. Collectible frame : CEL
60. A touchdown is worth six: Abbr. : PTS

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