New York Times, Saturday, June 22, 2013

Author: Bruce Sutphin and Doug Peterson
Editor: Will Shortz
Bruce Sutphin
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Doug Peterson
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 28 Missing: {BJQX} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Sutphin. This is puzzle # 31 for Mr. Peterson. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Old easy-to-load shooter : INSTAMATIC
11. Comparative follower : THAN
15. Pitching technique? : DOORTODOOR
16. Government auction action : REPO
17. Toe-tapping trigger : IMPATIENCE
18. Kissers : YAPS
19. Some fridges : GES
20. Dot in an atlas : ISLE
21. How close-up magicians move : DEFTLY
23. Home of some frogs : TREE
24. Fixed a broken web link? : REWOVE
25. Says "You said it!," say : AGREES
28. Miss swinging at a piñata? : SENORITA
30. Thugs : GOONS
31. Tiny bit : SPECK
32. Taste test : SIP
33. Memo heads-up : ATTN
34. Customer counter, maybe : STILE
35. Coloring : TINT
36. It airs episodes of "Episodes," briefly : SHO
37. François's following? : APRES
38. Keep the squeaking out of, say : REOIL
39. It's drawn between similar things : PARALLEL
41. Bantam : TEENSY
42. Teaching model : MOCKUP
43. Small doses? : MEDS
44. Green traffic sight? : ECOCAR
45. Lift in greeting : DOFF
46. City and state follower : ZIP
49. Nero's position? : SITU
50. "A Tale of Two Cities" ender? : GUILLOTINE
53. Some Fr. honorees : STES
54. Where the Garden State Parkway meets I-280 : EASTORANGE
55. Lake ___ (largest lake in Australia) : EYRE
56. Stop on the way from 0 to 60? : SECONDGEAR
1. "Cool, bro" : IDIG
2. Norton Sound port : NOME
3. Concessions : SOPS
4. Skipping sound? : TRA
5. Outfits : ATTIRES
6. Nephew of Matty and Jesus : MOISES
7. She released "21" in 2011 : ADELE
8. It might be harsh or hushed : TONE
9. It oversees a major production every two yrs. : IOC
10. Plausibility : CREDENCE
11. Strive to reach : TRYFOR
12. One of Superman's powers : HEATVISION
13. Cosmo alternatives : APPLETINIS
14. Busy : NOSY
22. Battle of Endor combatant : EWOK
23. Andrew Johnson's home: Abbr. : TENN
24. Rocks from socks : REELS
25. Audibly amazed : AGASP
26. Penguin's habitat? : GOTHAMCITY
27. Line opener : ROTOROOTER
28. Series of selling points : SPIEL
29. With relevance : APTLY
31. Winter malady : STREP
34. Acts as if money were no object : SPLURGES
35. Little props : TEES
37. Seltzer starter : ALKA
38. He starred as Gatsby in 1974 : REDFORD
40. Pin something on : ACCUSE
41. Cookware cover : TEFLON
43. Very, to Verdi : MOLTO
44. Ovidian infinitive : ESSE
45. Either side of an Oreo : DISC
46. Fan's pub : ZINE
47. Young Frankenstein married her : INGA
48. Kind of review : PEER
51. Fujairah's locale: Abbr. : UAE
52. Hanger in a clothing shop : TAG

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