New York Times, Friday, June 28, 2013

Author: Ian Livengood and Brad Wilber
Editor: Will Shortz
Ian Livengood
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Brad Wilber
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 29 Missing: {KV} Scrabble average: 1.90 This is puzzle # 27 for Mr. Livengood. This is puzzle # 31 for Mr. Wilber. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2013, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Mobile home? : SNAILSHELL
11. Made fun of, in a way : APED
15. Bygone sportscaster with a statue outside Wrigley Field : HARRYCARAY
16. Fan letters? : XOXO
17. They may lead to another story : ESCALATORS
18. "Popular Fallacies" byline, 1826 : ELIA
19. Not so apple-cheeked : ASHIER
20. "Sure, I'm game" : YESLETS
22. Overzealous promgoer's choice, maybe : TAILS
23. Address add-on : QANDA
25. Noted press conference rhymer : ALI
26. What some swatches preview : HUES
27. Where Achilles was dipped to make him invincible : STYX
28. Representer of time, often : XAXIS
30. Part of a publicity agent's job : SPIN
31. Ochoa who was the first #1-ranked golfer from Mexico : LORENA
32. Waltz component : BOXSTEP
36. O, more formally : WINFREY
37. Fee on some out-of-state purchases : USETAX
38. Bats : ZANY
39. Longtime Capone rival : MORAN
40. Lodging for a night out? : TENT
41. Single mom in a 2000s sitcom : REBA
45. Party to the Oslo Accords, for short : PLO
46. In the loop, with "in" : CLUED
48. South Pacific palm : BETEL
49. Business that may be a zoning target : SEXSHOP
51. Walk ostentatiously : SASHAY
52. Drop : OMIT
53. Some contemporary ads : WEBBANNERS
56. Chance upon : FIND
57. Unlikely pageant winners : PLAINJANES
58. Muddles : FOGS
59. Many a John Wayne pic : HORSEOPERA
1. Scabbard : SHEATH
2. Base for Blackbeard : NASSAU
3. Fictional student at Riverdale High : ARCHIE
4. Train track parts : IRAILS
5. Actors Talbot and Waggoner : LYLES
6. Disney villain : SCAR
7. Monopoly token : HAT
8. Spanish occupational suffix : ERO
9. Pitch producer : LARYNX
10. Dissolved, as bacteria exposed to antibodies : LYSED
11. "Double" or "triple" move : AXEL
12. Certain medieval combatant : POLEAXER
13. Rhett Butler's "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn," e.g. : EXITLINE
14. Nanny's order : DOASISAY
21. State with Leipzig and Dresden : SAXONY
23. Stick in a cabinet : QTIP
24. Objectivist Rand : AYN
27. X-ray ___ : SPEX
29. Chihuahua cry : ARF
30. Stop : STANCH
31. What a brush may pick up : LINT
32. Ices : BUMPSOFF
33. Common number of gondoliers : OSOLEMIO
34. Intern's duty, maybe : XEROXING
35. Stop: Abbr. : STA
36. Magician's prop : WAND
38. Lightning bolt shape : ZEE
40. Mississippi site of Machine Gun Kelly's last known bank robbery : TUPELO
41. Close again, as a change purse : RESNAP
42. Emission of ripening fruit : ETHENE
43. Ending with flag or pall : BEARER
44. Actress Milano of "Charmed" : ALYSSA
47. Marked acidity : LOWPH
48. Earl Scruggs's instrument : BANJO
50. The E.P.A. issues them: Abbr. : STDS
51. Cogent : SANE
54. Dial unit : BAR
55. "Encore!," to a diva : BIS

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