New York Times, Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Author: Samuel A. Donaldson
Editor: Will Shortz
Samuel A. Donaldson
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {KQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Donaldson. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Like some fevers : MALARIAL
9. Title role for Ben Kingsley : GANDHI
15. Tiny, as a town : ONEHORSE
16. It's north of the Strait of Gibraltar : IBERIA
17. Some long flights : NONSTOPS
18. Teeming, as with bees : ASWARM
19. Fabric amts. : YDS
20. Letter sign-off : BEST
22. Diminutive endings : ETTES
23. Restaurateur Toots : SHOR
25. Stewart and Lovitz : JONS
27. Florida theme park : EPCOT
29. X-rated stuff : SMUT
30. Garment line : HEM
33. "___ Gold" (Fonda film) : ULEES
34. Banned apple spray : ALAR
35. Actress Rogers : MIMI
36. What this puzzle's perimeter contains abbreviations for : TWENTYSIXSTATES
39. "Must've been something ___" : IATE
40. Visa alternative, for short : AMEX
41. Early Mexican : OLMEC
42. Chemical in Drano : LYE
43. Make a snarling sound : GNAR
44. In pursuit of : AFTER
45. Hockey's Jaromir ___ : JAGR
46. Eau, across the Pyrenees : AGUA
47. Dealer's wear : VISOR
50. Wile E. Coyote's supplier : ACME
52. It's measured in minutes : ARC
55. Class clown's doings : ANTICS
57. Winter warmer : HOTCOCOA
60. Farsi speakers : IRANIS
61. Summer cooler : ICECREAM
62. Drink of the gods : NECTAR
63. Retired Mach I breaker : CONCORDE
1. When repeated, a Billy Idol hit : MONY
2. Give ___ to (approve) : ANOD
3. Monocle part : LENS
4. Sounds from a hot tub : AHS
5. Hogwash : ROT
6. 2004 Will Smith film : IROBOT
7. "___ your instructions ..." : ASPER
8. More, in a saying : LESS
9. 1970s-'80s supermodel Carangi : GIA
10. Playing hooky : ABSENT
11. Colorful salamanders : NEWTS
12. "Curses!" : DRAT
13. Bring on board : HIRE
14. Pet food brand : IAMS
21. Discount apparel chain : TJMAXX
23. Part of a shoot : SCENE
24. Parasite's home : HOST
26. Sharer's pronoun : OURS
27. Former QB John : ELWAY
28. Former QB Rodney : PEETE
29. More artful : SLIER
30. Blackjack player's request : HITME
31. Mideast bigwig: Var. : EMEER
32. Like items in a junk drawer: Abbr. : MISC
33. Gas, e.g.: Abbr. : UTIL
34. Eritrea's capital : ASMARA
35. Mediterranean land : MALTA
37. Yin's counterpart : YANG
38. Vegan's protein source : TOFU
43. Deadhead icon : GARCIA
44. What many fifth graders have reached : AGETEN
45. Like some tax returns : JOINT
46. BP gas brand : AMOCO
47. Self-absorbed : VAIN
48. Concerning : INRE
49. Opposite of legato, in mus. : STAC
51. In vogue : CHIC
52. Big name in desktop computers : ACER
53. Map line : ROAD
54. Showed up : CAME
56. Ukr., once, e.g. : SSR
58. New Deal inits. : CCC
59. Conquistador's prize : ORO

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