New York Times, Friday, June 15, 2012

Author: Mark Diehl
Editor: Will Shortz
Mark Diehl
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 64, Blocks: 31 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 58 for Mr. Diehl. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Field agents? : SCARECROWS
11. Amount to : COST
15. Home of Owens Corning Corporation : TOLEDOOHIO
16. First lady Harrison : ANNA
17. Catchphrase of the '80s : IWANTMYMTV
18. Rock's Kings of ___ : LEON
19. Big party : FETE
20. Big party : BASH
21. Coulrophobe's bugaboo : CLOWN
22. Extra turn in Monopoly : FREEROLL
24. "Monster" actress, 2003 : RICCI
25. Explanatory lead-in : IMEAN
27. Composer/conductor Webern : ANTON
28. What was yours at one time? : THINE
31. Puck, for one : WOLFGANG
33. Building with giant doors : HANGAR
35. Envy, anger or greed, maybe : MOTIVE
36. Many a prom corsage : WRISTLET
38. Napa Valley sight : VINES
39. Postal stamp on una carta : AEREO
40. Patrick of "Barry Lyndon" : MAGEE
42. Dotted ones are half again as long : RESTS
43. French cathedral city : CHARTRES
48. Hard hits : WHAMS
49. Curly-haired toon : BOOP
50. Possible result of an allergic reaction : WELT
51. Joe Hardy's girlfriend in the Hardy Boys books : IOLA
52. What an ad blocker might block : POPUPVIDEO
54. Oater sound : CLOP
55. Taking a load off : CHILLAXING
56. Big name in salad dressing : KENS
57. Current : PRESENTDAY
1. Shortchange : STIFF
2. Duck and quail : COWER
3. "___ Walk" (Frost poem) : ALATE
4. O'Connor of "Xena" : RENEE
5. Setting for Yankees home games: Abbr. : EDT
6. Money-saving fast-food option : COMBOMEAL
7. Nassau ___ liqueur : ROYALE
8. I = V/R : OHMSLAW
9. Accompanying : WITH
10. Like the K.G.B.: Abbr. : SOV
11. Excusing oneself from work, maybe : CALLINGIN
12. "Home on the Range" range : ONEOCTAVE
13. Treats to beat the heat : SNOWCONES
14. Kind of bed : TANNING
21. Comparatively arch : CRAFTIER
23. Carnival booth with soda bottles : RINGTOSS
26. Jean, Jacques or Jean-Jacques : NOM
28. Like some paper punches : THREEHOLE
29. Do business? : HAIRSALON
30. They're usually found on the margins : INSETMAPS
32. Tomato : LOVEAPPLE
34. "Stand" band : REM
36. "Walk On By" singer : WARWICK
37. Zesty casserole with a crust : TACOPIE
41. Halloween personae : GHOULS
44. In the midst of : TWIXT
45. Overhauled : REDID
46. "The Vampire Diaries" girl : ELENA
47. Rank smoke : STOGY
49. Nobelist name of 1922 and 1975 : BOHR
52. D.E.A. target drug : PCP
53. Transportation for many a Little League team : VAN

Answer summary: 10 unique to this puzzle, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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