New York Times, Saturday, June 4, 2011

Author: Frederick J. Healy
Editor: Will Shortz
Frederick J. Healy
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 27 Missing: {FJQZ} This is puzzle # 8 for Mr. Healy. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Deer ___ : XING
5. Lush performance setting? : KARAOKEBAR
15. One with a neck, mouth and lip, but no eyes : EWER
16. First names : ADAMANDEVE
17. Utility bill datum : RATE
18. "Dream on!" : NOSIREEBOB
19. Walt Disney's record collection : OSCARS
21. Sticker of the past : SNEE
22. Kind of synthesis : RNA
23. Transkei native : XHOSA
24. Get through dull work : PLOD
25. Source of some extracts : MALT
26. Classic film featuring Captain America : EASYRIDER
28. Bank security feature : LEVEE
29. Target of a 1972 ban in the U.S. : DDT
30. Info from some captains : ETAS
31. Imitate : POSEAS
32. Ancient Egyptians revered it : IBIS
33. It may be spinning : WASH
34. Is part of the cast of : ACTSIN
37. Historic French region : BRIE
38. One with uma auréola : SAO
41. Indication to put something in : CARET
42. Risky funding source : LOANSHARK
44. Lead : CLUE
45. Addition to the 33-Across : SOAP
46. Foxes' neighbors, once : IOWAS
47. ___ Fresnos, Tex. : LOS
48. Pike lookalikes : GARS
49. Riot : STITCH
50. He fell in love with a fire hydrant on "Sesame Street" : ARTOODETOO
53. Home to some notable cast-iron architecture in N.Y.C. : SOHO
54. "Seems possible" : IIMAGINESO
55. French singer/actor Rossi : TINO
56. Opposite of duck : MEETHEADON
57. Indication to leave something in : STET
1. Duped : XEROXED
2. Cry after being duped : IWASHAD
3. It's lowered by 14-Down : NETCOST
4. Flattering to a fault : GREASY
5. Home of McConnell A.F.B. : KANS
6. Trouble : ADO
7. Scraps in the sticks : RASSLES
8. "Für Elise" setting : AMINOR
9. Like a galley : OARED
10. Often-replaced part : KNEE
11. City near Arnhem : EDE
12. Support for cold feet? : BEBRAVE
13. Fictional Prince Edward Island community : AVONLEA
14. Some incentives : REBATES
20. Dish that often includes ale : RAREBIT
24. Droids, e.g. : PDAS
25. Go well (with) : MESH
27. Rub ___ : ITIN
28. Explodes : LOSESIT
31. Nuisance : PAIN
32. "The fog has lifted" : ISEE
33. Shooting goal : WRAP
34. Strong approval : ACCLAIM
35. ___-conscious : CALORIE
36. Words to a doubter : TRUSTME
37. Forwent modesty : BOASTED
38. Followed through on something : SAWTOIT
39. Weaver of myth : ARACHNE
40. "I'm ready for your questions" : OKSHOOT
42. Ochoa who won the 2007 Women's British Open : LORENA
43. Pulls up : HOISTS
45. Maugham's prostitute : SADIE
48. Van ___ (oil producer) : GOGH
49. In a day, say : SOON
51. Kind of hay : OAT
52. ___ pardo (grizzly, in Granada) : OSO

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