New York Times, Thursday, June 7, 2012

Author: Joe Krozel
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe Krozel
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 37 Missing: {JQV} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 58 for Mr. Krozel. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2012, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Brewer Coors : ADOLPH
7. Add liberally to : HEAPON
13. With 14- and 64-Across, familiar rule not always followed : IBEFORE
14. See 13-Across : EEXCEPT
15. 5-Down and others : GOLFTOURNAMENTS
17. Da's opposite : NYET
18. Bygone record label : ARISTA
19. Melodramatic sound : SOB
20. Adobes and abodes : HOMES
22. Touchdown stat : ETA
24. Twins sharing a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame : OLSENS
27. Push to the right, say : INDENT
30. Part of an extended family : NIECE
31. Chem. assay : ANAL
32. China problem : CHIP
35. Cap : CEILING
37. It's good for your health : HYGIENE
39. Automaker Ferrari : ENZO
40. QB calls : HUTS
42. ___ Tales, magazine where many H. P. Lovecraft stories first appeared : WEIRD
43. Ban on strip mining, e.g. : ECOLAW
45. Western and foreign, to moviegoers : GENRES
46. Chess piece: Abbr. : KNT
47. "___ want to talk about it" : IDONT
49. Be behind : OWE
52. Relaxes : LETSUP
54. Fordham athletes : RAMS
58. Studier of distant emissions : RADIOASTRONOMER
61. Major : BIGNAME
62. Ones giving cash for quarters : ROOMERS
63. Some Rijksmuseum holdings : STEENS
64. See 13-Across : AFTERC
1. "It's ___!" : ABOY
2. Take out : DELE
3. Not paid for, as factory work : OFFTHECLOCK
4. One to build on : LOT
5. Some charitable sporting events : PROAMS
6. Part of un jour : HEURE
7. How some argue : HEATEDLY
8. One who's split : EXMATE
9. Pal : ACE
10. Authors : PENS
11. Vision: Prefix : OPTO
12. Investigator of many accidents, for short : NTSB
13. Engine part: Abbr. : IGN
14. Northern extremes? : ENS
16. Mr. Mojo ___ (anagrammatic nickname for Jim Morrison) : RISIN
21. "That's ___ hadn't heard" : ONEI
23. Subject of a six-volume history by Edward Gibbon : ANCIENTROME
24. "Going ___ ..." : ONCE
25. Property claim : LIEN
26. Lay claim to : SEIZE
28. Informal turndowns : NAHS
29. Its for more than one : THEIR
31. It flows in un río : AGUA
33. Brief start : INRE
34. Ones hoofing it : PEDS
36. Stars and others : NHLTEAMS
38. Rocker Stefani : GWEN
41. Plot feature : TWIST
44. Temporarily out, say : ONLOAN
45. Disappear : GOPOOF
48. Sorghum variety : DURRA
49. Stars, e.g. : ORBS
50. Checkout line complaint : WAIT
51. Kind of piece in a jigsaw puzzle : EDGE
53. Literary monogram : TSE
55. Ascap part: Abbr. : AMER
56. Bobcat or Cougar, for short : MERC
57. Class that's soon to leave: Abbr. : SRS
59. Suffix with opal : INE
60. Sarcasm clarifier : NOT

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