New York Times, Friday, June 19, 2009

Author: David Levinson Wilk
Editor: Will Shortz
David Levinson Wilk
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 31 Missing: {FQW} This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Wilk. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. South-of-the-border sign-off : HASTAMANANA
12. Consumption meas. : MPG
15. "Babette's Feast" author, 1950 : ISAKDINESEN
16. Cause an interception, e.g. : ERR
17. Carry on : RANTANDRAVE
18. Where the wild things are? : ZOO
19. Round number, maybe: Abbr. : EST
20. Piddling : MERE
21. Market surpluses : GLUTS
23. Cassette components : REELS
25. Speaks about gravely? : EULOGIZES
28. "Miss Pym Disposes" mystery novelist : TEY
29. Husband of a sorceress, in myth : JASON
30. Calendar unit : PAGE
31. Big name in radio : IMUS
33. They may go forward or backward : SLASHES
35. Present day demand? : OPENIT
38. Origin : OUTSET
39. Reached the age of : LIVEDTO
41. See 56-Across : TAXI
42. Horse-pulled vehicle : DRAY
43. First name of two first ladies : ELLEN
45. Mil. authority : CMD
48. Actor who said "Only the gentle are ever really strong" : JAMESDEAN
50. Get around : SKIRT
52. Direct deposits, e.g. : ECASH
53. Earthy deposit : MARL
55. Fed. agency with an annual almanac : NIH
56. With 41-Across, it makes short hops : AIR
57. 1950 movie on which the musical "Applause" is based : ALLABOUTEVE
61. Verdi's "___ giardin del bello" : NEI
62. Setting of many New Yorker cartoons : PEARLYGATES
63. Jacksonville-to-Daytona Beach dir. : SSE
64. Something to pass in : EXPRESSLANE
1. Engaging sort : HIRER
2. How dishes are often sold : ASASET
3. South Carolina river to the Atlantic : SANTEE
4. Conductor's request: Abbr. : TKT
5. ___ apple : ADAMS
6. Elevator locale : MINE
7. Two-time Greek P.M. Papandreou : ANDREAS
8. Mythical Aegean Sea dweller : NEREUS
9. Civil-rights leader ___ Philip Randolph : ASA
10. Home of the Black Rock Desert: Abbr. : NEV
11. Lay ___ : ANEGG
12. Jewish parchment scrolls put on doorposts : MEZUZAHS
13. She has a personal trainer : PROTEGEE
14. Least refined : GROSSEST
22. Contents of a cylindrical case : LIPSTICK
24. What "you can't hide" per a 1975 Eagles hit : LYINEYES
26. L.A.P.D. division? : LOS
27. Out, in a way : ONLOAN
29. Stuck (out) : JUTTED
32. Morning or night lead-in : MID
34. Dumas's "La Dame ___ Camélias" : AUX
35. They may be patched : OLDJEANS
36. Crimes on the high seas : PIRACIES
37. Saint of acting : EVAMARIE
40. Shout to someone in danger of getting stuck : OLE
41. Sound : TENABLE
44. Strange woman player in "The Strange Woman," 1946 : LAMARR
46. 2001-06 secretary of transportation : MINETA
47. Motivated : DRIVEN
49. Straighten (up) : SHAPE
50. Not-always-taken tokens : SLUGS
51. 1995 Bon Jovi album "___ Days" : THESE
54. Artist Lichtenstein and others : ROYS
58. Big Apple ave. : LEX
59. Provider of PC support : LAP
60. "Qué ___?" (José's "How's it going?") : TAL

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