New York Times, Thursday, June 3, 2010

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 34 Missing: {QZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 179 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. "Regrettably ..." : ALAS
5. Observant Muslim, at times : HAJI
9. One of the sisters in Chekhov's "Three Sisters" : MASHA
14. Wig out : GOBANANAS
16. ___ ease : ILLAT
17. Utility's power-saving stratagem : ROLLINGBLACKOUT
19. A bit past lunch hour : ONETEN
20. Like doodles : SCRAWLY
21. Locale for Osama bin Laden : CAVE
24. Lot : TON
25. How oysters may be served : ONTHEHALFSHELL
32. Fools : BOOBS
33. Have a reflection? : CAROM
34. Mother of the winds, in Greek myth : EOS
36. "Pay ___ mind" : ITNO
37. Character in Tasso's "Jerusalem Delivered" : SATAN
38. "Salute to the sun" discipline : YOGA
39. Mexican relative : TIA
40. Red head? : LENIN
41. Egypt's Temple of ___ : LUXOR
42. Fully, in a way : FLOORTOCEILING
45. Title word after "Pineapple" or "Maple Leaf" : RAG
46. 1994 Jodie Foster role : NELL
47. Dress shop section : PETITES
51. Corkscrews and bow ties : PASTAS
56. Kookaburra : LAUGHINGJACKASS
59. ___ Davis, first African-American to win a Heisman : ERNIE
60. "That blew right by me" : IMISSEDIT
61. Bring to ___ : ANEND
62. When repeated, capital city of 11,000 : PAGO
63. Wears (away) : EATS
1. Soil: Prefix : AGRO
2. Screwball : LOON
3. Fit : ABLE
4. Curer : SALT
5. Palindromic woman's name : HANNAH
6. Lee with a 2005 Oscar : ANG
7. Hook alternative : JAB
8. Lanai and Maui: Abbr. : ISLS
9. Tiny electrical measure : MICROHM
10. Saturated hydrocarbon : ALKANE
11. Not busy : SLOW
12. Cart : HAUL
13. Case worker: Abbr. : ATTY
15. Some family reuners : NIECES
18. Follows, as advice : ACTSON
22. Unoccupied : VACANT
23. "I won the lottery!" feeling : ELATION
25. End piece? : OBIT
26. "___ I can help it!" : NOTIF
27. Having harmony : TONAL
28. "John Adams" airer : HBO
29. Essential part of a grand tour : FRANCE
30. Pope with a 27-day pontificate : LEOXI
31. Prepare to tweet, say : LOGON
35. Puppeteer Tony : SARG
37. Composer Prokofiev : SERGEI
38. Broadway's Brynner : YUL
40. Couldn't take : LOATHED
41. Subject for Chagall and Cassatt : LILACS
43. Where the x and y axes meet : ORIGIN
44. Sun Bowl city : ELPASO
47. Subject of some bargaining : PLEA
48. Make : EARN
49. Get ready to play, say : TUNE
50. Presumptuous sort : SNIP
52. ___-Ball : SKEE
53. "I did it!" : TADA
54. ___ were : ASIT
55. Onetime J.F.K. arrivals : SSTS
57. TV-over-breakfast inits. : GMA
58. It's often said to be "up" : JIG

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