New York Times, Friday, June 3, 2011

Author: Jeffrey Wechsler
Editor: Will Shortz
Jeffrey Wechsler
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31 Missing: {FJKQ} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Wechsler. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Launch time? : SPACEAGE
9. Found to be legal, in a way : CARDED
15. Voicer of Underdog on TV : WALLYCOX
16. Voicer of Ego in "Ratatouille" : OTOOLE
17. Children's song that's based on an old work song melody : ALOUETTE
18. Like many countries' rulers : METRIC
19. The unwashed : PLEBS
20. She hid Zeus from Cronus : RHEA
22. Suffix with señor : ITA
23. Generic addressees : SIRS
24. Chilly shower setting? : BATESMOTEL
27. Kind of milk : OAT
28. Set upon : HAVEAT
29. "King Richard II" lord : ROSS
30. Subject of a museum in eastern Colorado : UTE
31. Is no longer : USEDTOBE
33. Without any embroidery : TERSE
35. Passes out slowly : OOZES
39. Misanthrope who says "We are all born mad. Some remain so" : ESTRAGON
45. In ___ (embryonic) : OVO
46. Alternative to being tapped : PSST
49. It might make drinkers blush : WINERY
50. Convention lengthener? : EER
51. Great ape? : RICHLITTLE
53. It often goes out with a bang : STAR
54. "I think," briefly : IMO
55. Literally, "barley" : ORZO
56. They're no rain-makers : CIRRI
57. Many a khan : MONGOL
59. Wheatworm, e.g. : NEMATODE
62. Crate : ENCASE
63. Chemist's relatives? : ISOTOPES
64. Thought : DEEMED
65. Other side : OPPONENT
1. Exchanges : SWAPSOUT
2. Ease : PALLIATE
3. Winner of gold in four consecutive Olympics, 1956-68 : ALOERTER
4. Set for juggling : CLUBS
5. They're seen on both sides of bridges : EYES
6. More than talk : ACT
7. Confounded : GOT
8. Like effort and influence : EXERTED
9. Wakes : COMESTO
10. Superior group : ATEAM
11. Gobbledygook : ROT
12. Tasty triangle : DORITO
13. Superior groups : ELITES
14. They might provide coverage for racecars : DECALS
21. Track meet event : HEAT
24. Coll. acquisitions : BAS
25. Mediterranean or Baltic: Abbr. : AVE
26. Kind of pie or cake : OREO
28. They can be saturated : HUES
32. Really thin : BONY
34. Biblical 912-year-old : SETH
36. Spinning device giving the illusion of motion : ZOETROPE
37. Principal player in "Grease" : EVEARDEN
38. Superlatively sad : SORRIEST
40. Spun : TWIRLED
41. Brand of munchables : RITZ
42. Composer Vivaldi : ANTONIO
43. Do stuff : GEL
44. Part of the underground economy? : ORE
46. Ready : PRIMED
47. She had a 1959 hit with "I Loves You, Porgy" : SIMONE
48. Wall fixture : SCONCE
52. Laissez-faire : LOOSE
53. Keep hush-hush : SITON
56. Foe of Caesar : CATO
58. What a floozy might show off : GAM
60. Picking up power? : ESP
61. Job for a barber : MOP

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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