New York Times, Friday, June 14, 2013

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 32 Missing: {FJQX} Spans: 4, (2 double stacks) This is puzzle # 175 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Low interest indicator : YAWN
5. Stick : STAB
9. "Debts and ___ are generally mixed together": Rabelais : LIES
13. Give a second hearing? : ECHO
14. Go places : TOUR
15. Buffet table utensil : LADLE
16. His death prompted Georges Pompidou to say "France is a widow" : CHARLESDEGAULLE
19. Show stopper : COMMERCIALBREAK
20. Church cry : HOSANNA
21. Spoke lovingly : COOED
22. Vegas casino that hosts the World Series of Poker, with "the" : RIO
23. Celebrated racehorse nicknamed "The Red Terror" : PHARLAP
25. Furniture usually with pillows : DIVAN
28. Hangs on : WAITS
29. Surfing area? : WEB
31. Light weapon : EPEE
32. Uppercut targets : CHINS
33. Pier 1 furniture material : CANE
34. Not looking 100% well : WAN
35. Bad, for good : SLANG
36. Singer Taylor : DAYNE
37. Notwithstanding : DESPITE
39. Soft lens's makeup : GEL
40. Jewelry chain : ZALES
41. Ultimate problem solver : PANACEA
45. Words after "Oh well" : YOUCANTWINEMALL
48. Loaded roll : EVERYTHINGBAGEL
49. They rate high on the Beaufort scale : GALES
50. Pot addition : ANTE
51. Terminus of the old Virginia and Truckee Railroad : RENO
52. Ziploc competitor : GLAD
53. They're often bagged : TEAS
54. "This is quite a surprise!" : ISAY
1. Less polite way of saying "no thanks" to offered food : YECCH
2. Evidence of an allergic reaction : ACHOO
3. Collides with noisily : WHAMS
4. 1979 film based on the life of Crystal Lee Sutton : NORMARAE
5. Pink fuel : STERNO
6. Opera with the aria "Recondita armonia" : TOSCA
7. Volkswagen subsidiary : AUDI
8. Getting through : BREACHING
9. Daphne, after her mythical transformation : LAUREL
10. Wasted, as time : IDLEDAWAY
11. "Phantom Lady" co-star Raines : ELLA
12. Go for : SEEK
15. Exerts oneself : LABORS
17. Survivor of two 1918 assassination attempts : LENIN
18. Rejoices tactlessly : GLOATS
23. "The American Crisis" pamphleteer : PAINE
24. One of the Colonial Colleges, informally : PENN
25. Ground water? : DEW
26. Paperless way to read the paper : IPAD
27. Only founding member of OPEC not located in the Mideast : VENEZUELA
28. "Come again?" : WHATSTHAT
30. Wax worker : BEE
32. Ad agency acquisition : CLIENT
33. Fried appetizer : CALAMARI
35. Flares : SPLAYS
36. Summer Triangle star : DENEB
38. Not to be disrespected : SACRED
39. River mentioned in the Rig Veda : GANGES
41. Historic caravel : PINTA
42. Bar rooms? : CAGES
43. Tennis's Dementieva : ELENA
44. Many a filling material : ALLOY
45. One with a job opening? : YEGG
46. Like the leaves of a trailing arbutus : OVAL
47. Robert Louis Stevenson described it as "bottled poetry" : WINE

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