New York Times, Thursday, July 14, 2011

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley and Ian Livengood
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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1668/7/19967/30/201511
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1.635111
Ian Livengood
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494/12/20108/26/20154
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51566692
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1.64371

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 35 Missing: {FGJVWXZ} Scrabble average: 1.93 This is puzzle # 149 for Mr. Quigley. This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Livengood. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

JimH notes: This seems to be a homage to one of my favorite crosswords by the great Manny Nosowsky. Mr. Quigley and Mr. Livengood do the master one better by including the parallel Ps to the left of the diagonal.
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© 2011, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Crew and others : SPORTS
7. Surface, as anger : BOILUP
13. Support, as a weak wrist : TAPEUP
14. Completely cut off : INSULAR
16. County of Utica, N.Y. : ONEIDA
17. Where to find a date : PALMTREE
19. Good behavior : MANNERS
21. Cool : HIP
22. Oil amts. : QTS
23. Berry used as a dietary supplement : ACAI
24. Sound on a trail : CLOP
26. Wise words? : QUIP
27. It's snapped on a gridiron : CHINSTRAP
30. "Who?," e.g. : QUERY
31. Stevie Wonder's "I Was Made to Love ___" : HER
32. Blood's counterpart : CRIP
33. " " : QUOTES
34. Top hat, cane or monocle : PROP
35. Thigh muscle, informally : QUAD
36. It might result in a wrongful lockup : BADRAP
39. Classic Nestlé brand : QUIK
40. Neat freak's condition, e.g., for short : OCD
43. Madison Ave. figure : ADREP
44. "Oh, that's definite" : QUITESURE
46. Betty ___ : BOOP
47. Topic for debate: Abbr. : QUES
48. It has boys aged 13 to 18 : ETON
49. He said "Art is a fruit that grows in man, like a fruit on a plant" : ARP
50. Who, in France : QUI
51. Good behavior ... or a hint to two lines of letters in this puzzle : PSANDQS
54. Some Carnegie Hall performances : RECITALS
57. "Certainly, Monsieur!" : OUIOUI
58. Crossword editors, some say : SADISTS
59. PC communications link : TELNET
60. One not with the Church of England : PAPIST
61. Like some bad driving conditions : SLEETY
1. Stand : STOMACH
2. Flamboyance : PANACHE
3. Like a classical Greek theater : OPENAIR
4. Control : REININ
5. Cheekiness, slangily : TUDE
6. Lightly box : SPAR
7. Marcel Marceau character : BIP
8. How some ground balls may be fielded : ONAHOP
9. Town on the south shore of Long Island : ISLIP
10. Group (together) : LUMP
11. Last: Abbr. : ULT
12. Decorative floor : PARQUET
15. Call it a day : RETIRE
18. Awards show for athletes : ESPYS
20. Money substitute : SCRIP
25. What cats do ... or sit on : LAP
26. Q.E.D. part : QUOD
28. Treat for Spot : SCRAP
29. St. Pete ball field, with "the" : TROP
30. California worry : QUAKE
33. Call it a day : QUIT
34. Test ___ : PREP
35. Cereal with a propeller-headed mascot : QUISP
36. "Histoire de ___," first in a popular series of children's books : BABAR
37. Digs : ADORES
38. Enlarged letter at the start of a chapter : DROPCAP
39. Canadian prov. : QUE
40. Bested : OUTDONE
41. Low-stakes game? : CROQUET
42. Mass divided by volume : DENSITY
44. Winter layers : QUILTS
45. Doting : SENILE
47. Prefix with judicial : QUASI
50. Wax remover : QTIP
52. Ones often calling the shots? : SOTS
53. Jean who wrote "The Shelters of Stone" : AUEL
55. The Gem State: Abbr. : IDA
56. Display at the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, for short : SST

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