New York Times, Saturday, June 21, 2008

Author: Tyler Lewis Hinman
Editor: Will Shortz
Tyler Hinman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 41 Missing: {JQVX} Spans: 4 This is puzzle # 16 for Mr. Hinman. NYT links: Across Lite

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JimH notes: Tyler Lewis Hinman's initials are spelled out in the black squares.
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© 2008, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Midwest farmers work later on it: Abbr. : CDT
4. Line on an appl. form : ADDR
8. Group whose logo has a clock set at 11:00 : ELKS
12. E. S. ___, game company that popularized Yahtzee and Scribbage : LOWE
14. "___ having fun yet?" : AREWE
15. Collect, as benefits : REAP
16. Like "Beowulf," in brief : ANON
17. Fuss, in a way : PREEN
18. Six-Day War battleground : GAZA
19. "The nerve!" : SOMEPEOPLE
21. Its drops may be alarming, with "the" : DOW
22. One may have many runners : PRIMARYELECTION
25. It contains M.S.G. : NYC
26. John Lennon's adopted middle name : ONO
27. ___ Center, second-tallest building in Chicago : AON
28. Filler for a gun : CAULK
30. Line on an appl. form : SSN
31. Planet system in several "Star Trek" episodes : RIGEL
34. "Let's go!" : HITIT
35. Santa ___, Calif. : CLARA
36. Girl who's the "you" in the lyric "I'll see you in my dreams" : IRENE
37. See 41-Across : CUB
40. Printed over : RERAN
41. 37-Across's birthplace : DEN
42. Cartoon character who fathered octuplets : APU
43. Old N.Y.S.E. ticker symbol that's now just "T" : ATT
44. Something given at a meeting : FIRSTIMPRESSION
50. Numerical prefix : UNI
51. Not make it : MISSTHECUT
52. Pioneering agriculturist Jethro : TULL
54. La ___, capital of Buenos Aires province : PLATA
55. ___ Oder (German river) : ALTE
56. German-occupied capital in W.W. II : OSLO
57. Psychologist Havelock : ELLIS
58. "Bill & ___ Bogus Journey," 1991 comedy : TEDS
59. Love ___ : NEST
60. Skin-and-bones : LEAN
61. Rummy : SOT
1. Hook's place : CLASP
2. O, often : DONOR
3. Fourth-quarter strategies : TWOMINUTEDRILLS
4. Washes : ARROYOS
5. Gets more interesting, say : DEEPENS
6. Not get over : DWELLON
7. Actress O'Connor of TV's "Xena" : RENEE
8. 100 nanojoules : ERG
9. Front-of-magazine pieces : LEADINGARTICLES
10. Buzz producer : KAZOO
11. Produce : SPAWN
13. Moles go behind them : ENEMYLINES
14. Copier : APER
20. Portable shelter : PACKTENT
23. Ending of many a chase : CARCRASH
24. Can opener? : TOILETSEAT
28. Delta Tau ___ ("Animal House" house) : CHI
29. Voice : AIR
32. Its end is often observed : ERA
33. Iberia : Spain :: ___ : Chile : LAN
37. Title role for Greta Garbo : CAMILLE
38. Swedish home of Scandinavia's oldest university : UPPSALA
39. Enter suddenly : BURSTIN
44. Crash pad? : FUTON
45. Locked, as a lavatory : INUSE
46. Encourage : IMPEL
47. Weather may affect them: Abbr. : ETAS
48. Beat : OUTDO
49. Late 1940s event, in headlines : NTEST
53. Load : LOT

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