New York Times, Monday, June 8, 2009

Author: Randy Sowell
Editor: Will Shortz
Randy Sowell
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QV} This is puzzle # 19 for Mr. Sowell. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2009, The New York Times
Across Down
1. See 1-Down : TEST
5. Manages : COPES
10. Indolent : LAZY
14. Wheel turner : AXLE
15. Cognizant : AWARE
16. Suffix with buck : AROO
17. "Out, damned ___!" : SPOT
18. Perry Mason's secretary ___ Street : DELLA
19. "Thumbnail" writings : BIOS
20. What a broken-down car may get : TOW
21. Thick growth of trees : DENSEFOREST
23. Former Ford compacts : ESCORTS
25. Simian : APE
26. Burden : ONUS
27. Bullfighter : TOREADOR
32. W.W. II-ending weapon, for short : ABOMB
34. Diamond or sapphire : JEWEL
35. Work ___ sweat : UPA
36. Actor Gyllenhaal of "Brokeback Mountain" : JAKE
37. Four-bagger : HOMER
38. Despot Idi ___ : AMIN
39. Bauxite or galena : ORE
40. Much of afternoon TV : SOAPS
41. Subsided : EBBED
42. Voice between tenor and bass : BARITONE
44. Dispatched, as a dragon : SLEW
45. 1980s TV's "Emerald Point ___" : NAS
46. Old indoor light source : OILLAMP
49. It's more than 90 degrees : OBTUSEANGLE
54. Three on a sundial : III
55. Actress Loughlin of "Full House" : LORI
56. Harsh light : GLARE
57. Sicilian peak : ETNA
58. Door to the outside : EXIT
59. Like certain cereals : OATEN
60. Explorer Ponce de ___ : LEON
61. Gold's and others : GYMS
62. Seize (from) : WREST
63. Words of approximation : ORSO
1. With 1-Across, Coke vs. Pepsi competition, e.g. : TASTE
2. Montreal baseballers, 1969-2004 : EXPOS
3. Crockpot : SLOWCOOKER
4. Asian holiday : TET
5. West Point students : CADETS
6. Country singer Buck : OWENS
7. Buddies : PALS
8. Writer ___ Stanley Gardner : ERLE
9. Mariner : SEAFARER
10. ___ tar pits : LABREA
11. 1997 Indy 500 winner ___ Luyendyk : ARIE
12. Menageries : ZOOS
13. Dennis ___ and the Classics IV (1960s-'70s group) : YOST
21. Beat badly : DRUB
22. German-made car since 1899 : OPEL
24. "This round's ___" : ONME
27. Home of Arizona State University : TEMPE
28. Has debts : OWES
29. Tray transporter : DUMBWAITER
30. "The Andy Griffith Show" boy : OPIE
31. Author Ayn : RAND
32. Do ___ on (work over) : AJOB
33. Theda of early films : BARA
34. ___ of Arc : JOAN
37. Lockup : HOOSEGOW
38. Cain's victim : ABEL
40. Depots: Abbr. : STAS
41. Women's magazine founded in France : ELLE
43. Eskimos : INUITS
44. Like 33-Down's films : SILENT
46. Really mean people : OGRES
47. Mythical king of Crete : MINOS
48. Instrument for Rachmaninoff : PIANO
49. Designer Cassini : OLEG
50. Hardly streamlined, as a car : BOXY
51. Fit : TRIM
52. Banned orchard spray : ALAR
53. ___ Dogg of R&B/hip-hop : NATE
57. "Do Ya" group, for short : ELO

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