New York Times, Saturday, June 15, 2013

Author: Ned White
Editor: Will Shortz
Ned White
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 68, Blocks: 27 Missing: {FGJWX} This is puzzle # 8 for Mr. White. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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1. Place to pick vegetables : SALADBAR
9. With 25-Across, it has a huge trunk : BAOBAB
15. C-worthy : ADEQUATE
16. Ancient abstainer : ESSENE
17. Buzzer sounded during a match : VUVUZELA
18. Small house of the Southwest : CASITA
19. Whence Parmenides : ELEA
20. Bubkes : ZILCH
22. See 23-Across : ONIT
23. With 22-Across, quits dragging : STEPS
25. See 9-Across : TREE
27. Special recognition? : ESP
28. They result when solidly hit baseballs are caught : LOUDOUTS
31. Royale maker : REO
32. Major cleanups follow them : DISASTERS
35. Starting catcher in every All-Star Game from 1964 to 1967 : TORRE
37. Name meaning "God is with us" : EMANUEL
38. Go : HEADOUT
40. Four French quarters? : ANNEE
41. They're likely to result in broken limbs : ICESTORMS
43. Claptrap : ROT
44. Prey for gray wolves : MULEDEER
46. It has a Bridges and Tunnels div. : MTA
47. "Home away from home" sloganeer : ELAL
48. "Until next time" : SEEYA
52. Vindictive Quaker of fiction : AHAB
54. Like unabridged dictionaries : THICK
57. Angel, e.g., for short : ALER
58. Wonder Lake's national park : DENALI
60. It stays the same : CONSTANT
62. Site of a 1944 British Army defeat : ARNHEM
63. Nourishing stuff : ALIMENTS
64. Treating badly : MEANTO
65. "S.N.L." segment : SATURDAY
1. Takes into account? : SAVES
2. No longer in the minority : ADULT
3. Bad thing to be breached : LEVEE
4. Water board : AQUAPLANE
5. Old brand that promised "white white washes without red hands" : DUZ
6. Guthrie's follower at Woodstock : BAEZ
7. Hun king, in myth : ATLI
8. Frequent tour guide : REALTOR
9. Saxophone great Sidney : BECHET
10. White sheet insert? : ASA
11. Fêmur, por exemplo : OSSO
12. Goof : BEINERROR
13. Herpetologist's supply : ANTISERUM
14. Six Gallery reading participants : BEATPOETS
21. Like some garlic and egos : CRUSHED
24. "I goofed ... big whoop" : SOSUEME
26. Heir restoration targets? : ESTATES
29. Gas hog, briefly : UTE
30. Lock remover of old? : DELILAH
32. Formal opening : DEARMADAM
33. Answering machine notification : IMNOTHERE
34. 1836 siege leader : SANTAANNA
36. Sole mate? : ODOREATER
39. Journal ender : ESE
42. Some Toyotas : CELICAS
45. Last month : ULTIMO
49. Ethiopian grazer : ELAND
50. Gossip girl : YENTA
51. Like craft fairs : ARTSY
53. German way : BAHN
55. Buzz on "The Simpsons," e.g. : COLA
56. Use a ball winder : KNIT
59. Cry from some judges : LET
61. Conference USA member, for short : SMU

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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