New York Times, Thursday, June 9, 2011

Author: Joon Pahk
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. pahk. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Nailed : ACED
5. Portland's Rose Garden, e.g. : ARENA
10. "Twelfth Night" sir : TOBY
14. Trademarked spray : MACE
15. Work divided by time, in physics : POWER
16. "Gotcha" : ISEE
17. Greek god of fake tans? : ORANGEZEUS
19. Chain "links": Abbr. : MTNS
20. Outer layer of the cerebrum : CORTEX
21. "Gotcha" : ROGER
23. Of yore : OLDEN
24. "Galifianakis wants you to call him back"? : PHONEZACH
28. Twangy-sounding guitar : DOBRO
30. Java flavor : MOCHA
31. Irksome response to "You're avoiding the question" : AMI
34. Sign in the middle of town : MAINST
37. Selma Lagerlöf's "The Wonderful Adventures of ___" : NILS
38. Madhouse at a G.O.P. convention? : CONSERVATIVEZOO
41. Do as Dürer did : ETCH
42. Where credit is given : BYLINE
43. "I should ___ die with pity, / To see another thus": King Lear : EEN
44. Find new tenants for : RELET
46. Get the word out, perhaps : ERASE
48. Informal erotic reading? : BLUEZINES
51. Figurative device : TROPE
55. Dictator's underling : STENO
56. Band with three self-titled albums (1994, 2001 and 2008) : WEEZER
57. "At the Movies" bit : CLIP
59. Famous Amos, e.g.? : COOKIECZAR
62. Falafel bean : FAVA
63. Lightning Bolt : USAIN
64. New Zealand : Kiwi :: Costa Rica : ___ : TICO
65. Drawing pair, perhaps : OXEN
66. Gets a break, maybe : RESTS
67. Tiresias, e.g., in Greek myth : SEER
1. Brand with a torch in its logo : AMOCO
2. Number of holidays? : CAROL
3. Greeting on a computer? : ECARD
4. In need of some hammering out : DENTED
5. Pinnacle : APEX
6. Cartoonist Chast : ROZ
7. Dolly, for one : EWE
8. Surgical specialty, informally : NEURO
9. Bad match result? : ARSON
10. China has only one : TIMEZONE
11. Freeze out : OSTRACIZE
12. Bernanke of the Fed : BEN
13. "All right!" : YES
18. High-tech map subject : GENOME
22. Perfect instance : GEM
24. A party (to) : PRIVY
25. Magical land : HONALEE
26. Tech-savvy "24" woman : CHLOE
27. Sports : HASON
29. Biting comment : BARB
31. Biting : ACERB
32. "Psycho" setting : MOTEL
33. Nonsexist, in a way : INCLUSIVE
35. Swizzles : STIRS
36. Brown of Newsweek/The Daily Beast : TINA
39. Batch holder : SHEETPAN
40. Decorative neckline insert : VESTEE
45. Philosopher Mo-___ : TZE
47. Puts up : ERECTS
49. Arouse, as someone's wrath : INCUR
50. Tight rope? : NOOSE
52. Smith in Cooperstown : OZZIE
53. What two fingers may signify : PEACE
54. Overthrow, e.g. : ERROR
56. First part of a record : WINS
57. Head of cabbage?: Abbr. : CFO
58. Permissive : LAX
60. Western treaty grp. : OAS
61. Drummer's setup : KIT

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