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New York Times, Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Author: Tony Orbach
Editor: Will Shortz
Tony Orbach
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 34 Missing: {FQZ} This is puzzle # 16 for Mr. Orbach. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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1. Inclined : LEANT
6. Didn't sink : SWAM
10. Place to order a stack, say : IHOP
14. Fund : ENDOW
15. Georgetown athlete : HOYA
16. Chambers of commerce? : MALL
17. Balding person's directive to a barber? : COMBONOVER
19. French tire : PNEU
20. Yemeni leader ___ Abdullah Saleh : ALI
21. Peeved : SORE
22. "Lido Shuffle" singer Boz : SCAGGS
24. Knocking sound : RATATAT
26. Like geysers : ABOIL
27. Meandering trip from Kingston to Montego Bay? : JAMAICANROAM
31. Green option : SOLAR
34. Boomers' followers : XERS
35. Commercial suffix with Cray- : OLA
36. Henry ___, first secretary of war : KNOX
37. Bygone Las Vegas casino : SANDS
39. ___-Pacific : ASIA
40. "Lord, is ___?" : ITI
41. State bordering the Pacific, informally : BAJA
42. Construction piece : IBEAM
43. Covered stadium that's off-limits to bands? : DONTPLAYDOME
47. Kapellmeister's charge : CHOIR
48. Famous last words? : EPITAPH
52. Whalebone : BALEEN
54. Strings of islands? : LEIS
55. Drone, e.g. : BEE
56. Acknowledge : AVOW
57. Protection for a fairy-tale dwarf's brain? : GNOMESKULL
60. "Little Women" woman : BETH
61. "Jane ___" : EYRE
62. Canvas holder : EASEL
63. Bounce back : ECHO
64. Paul who co-starred in "I Love You, Man" : RUDD
65. Argentine soccer hero Maradona : DIEGO
1. Old Renault : LECAR
2. "Waterworld" girl : ENOLA
3. Open a door to : ADMIT
4. Head, slangily : NOB
5. Somewhere between excellent and poor, as a restaurant : TWOSTAR
6. January 2nd? : SHORTA
7. Didn't go straight : WOVE
8. When repeated, a cry at sea : AYE
9. Alternatives to Butterfingers : MARSBARS
10. Damage : IMPAIR
11. Chill : HANGLOOSE
12. Cassini of fashion : OLEG
13. "Not only that ..." : PLUS
18. First name in linguistics : NOAM
23. Bamboozles : CONS
25. "Iliad" figure : AJAX
26. Breezed through : ACED
28. "No siree!" : IXNAY
29. Inter ___ : ALIA
30. Sir's counterpart : MAAM
31. Kind of mark : SKID
32. Not tricked by : ONTO
33. Ascetic's wear : LOINCLOTH
37. "A Perfect Day for Bananafish" writer : SALINGER
38. A little open : AJAR
39. Help with a job : ABET
41. Fraternal grp. : BPOE
42. "Oops!," to a shooter : IMISSED
44. "Tommy" rockers : THEWHO
45. Considered : DEEMED
46. 1960s TV boy : OPIE
49. Bullying, e.g. : ABUSE
50. Pequod co-owner : PELEG
51. "You there?" : HELLO
52. Honey : BABE
53. Tours "with" : AVEC
54. One "a-leaping" in a Christmas song : LORD
58. Big Apple sch. : NYU
59. Chiang ___-shek : KAI

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