New York Times, Friday, June 11, 2010

Author: John Dunn
Editor: Will Shortz
John Dunn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 26 Missing: {VWXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Dunn. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Secret target : UNDERARM
9. Most diffident : SHIEST
15. Where sunbathers sunbathe : POOLAREA
16. Exclamation of joy : HURRAH
17. Cherish : HOLDDEAR
18. Mark who won the 1998 Masters and British Open : OMEARA
19. 1980-83 Stanley Cup champs, in brief : ISLES
20. They have torches on their backs : DIMES
22. Antonio or Joaquin : SAN
23. Wanton gaze : LEER
24. Dinner signals : GONGS
25. Port container : CASK
26. Trip vehicle? : LSD
27. Twists about an axis : SLUES
28. Exclamation of joy : OHBOY
29. It's never right : ACUTE
30. Reach by vessel : SAILTO
31. Explorer born 6/11/1910 : JACQUESCOUSTEAU
35. Mutinous : UNRULY
36. "___ never enough" : ONEIS
37. Signal from the third base coach, maybe : STEAL
38. Cards and Reds : NLERS
39. Real-estate ad abbr. : RMS
42. Andalusian aunts : TIAS
43. Pays, as a bill : FOOTS
44. Conquest of Caesar's : GAUL
45. Rep. : AGT
46. Beaver's home : LODGE
47. Cambridge measure : METRE
48. Serf, e.g. : TOILER
50. Lickety-split : INNOTIME
52. Consecrate, in a way : ANOINT
53. Classic Bob Marley song that was a 1973 hit for Johnny Nash : STIRITUP
54. Lay bare : DENUDE
55. Fields of operations : THEATERS
1. Like an arduous battle : UPHILL
2. Some chokers : NOOSES
3. Dressed (up) : DOLLED
4. Esau vis-à-vis Jacob : ELDER
5. Dosimeters measure them : RADS
6. Be transformed? : ARE
7. Some computer displays : READOUTS
8. 31-Across, for one : MARINEECOLOGIST
9. Brake equipment : SHOES
10. Runs smoothly : HUMS
11. More than exasperation : IRE
12. Impermanent : ERASABLE
13. Site of Florida's first golf course : SARASOTA
14. Phrase an overseas traveler should know how to translate : THANKYOU
21. Classic sports cars : MGS
24. Viscous : GLUEY
25. Some poker payments : CHITS
27. Shell you may sit in : SCULL
28. Place to get a date? : OASIS
29. Pharmaceutical liquids : AQUAS
30. Plaintiffs : SUERS
31. Not much : JUSTATAD
32. Sophocles tragedy : ANTIGONE
33. Genesis highlight : CREATION
34. Part given by the pious? : ONETENTH
38. Listener's approval : NOD
39. Kiwi, e.g. : RATITE
40. Complain, in a way : MURMUR
41. Succumbs to narcolepsy : SLEEPS
43. Talent : FORTE
44. "Savvy?" : GETIT
46. Furnish : LEND
47. Third baseman and two-time All-Star Melvin ___ : MORA
49. Sch. in Brooklyn : LIU
51. Never, to Haydn : NIE

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