New York Times, Friday, July 15, 2011

Author: Martin Ashwood-Smith and Joe Krozel
Editor: Will Shortz
Martin Ashwood-Smith
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816/5/19913/11/20168
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000246015
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1.520017
Joe Krozel
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827/7/200610/16/201514
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4147202521
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1.48055

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 28 Missing: {W} Spans: 8, (2 quad stacks) This is puzzle # 60 for Mr. Ashwood-Smith. This is puzzle # 45 for Mr. Krozel. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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1. Dispense with courtesy : BEDISRESPECTFUL
16. 1970 film with much Sioux dialogue : AMANCALLEDHORSE
17. Game that kids fall for : RINGAROUNDAROSY
18. They often need polishing : STERLINGSILVERS
19. Dark time for bards : EEN
20. Reggae artist ___-Mouse : EEKA
21. Fugitives' flights : LAMS
24. Situation in which nobody is up : TIE
26. "Kathy Griffin: My Life on the ___" (Emmy-winning reality show) : DLIST
30. According to : ALA
31. Direction for a whaler? : THAR
33. Craze of 2005-06 : SUDOKU
34. Sharp turn : ZIG
35. Diverts, in a way : HIJACKS
37. Word often pig-Latinized : NIX
38. Put up with : ABIDED
40. Get out of : QUIT
41. Red state? : IRE
42. Digital camera maker : RICOH
43. Penpoint : NIB
44. Makes a scene? : ACTS
45. Epidemic : RIFE
47. Basics of learning, briefly : RRR
49. Some firebirds : SCARLETTANAGERS
57. Government grant? : POLITICALASYLUM
58. Tons to do : ALOTONONESPLATE
59. Is absurd : DOESNTMAKESENSE
1. Zoo keepers? : BARS
2. Issue : EMIT
3. Frederiksberg resident : DANE
4. Artist with a self-named museum in Montauban, France : INGRES
5. Run from a pianist : SCALE
6. Very eager, informally : RARIN
7. University near Burlington : ELON
8. Lie-abed : SLUG
9. Thought about the Louvre? : PENSEE
10. Money making hits : EDDIE
11. School board output? : CHALKDUST
12. Nora's husband in "A Doll's House" : TORVALD
13. Wood-cleaving tool : FROE
14. Amer. ally in W.W. II : USSR
15. Simon who wrote "The Death of Napoleon" : LEYS
21. Talent agent Swifty : LAZAR
22. Out for a trial : ALIBI
23. Potter's field? : MAGIC
24. ___ Mahal : TAJ
25. Like some dinars : IRAQI
27. Counterpart of covalent : IONIC
28. Evade : SKIRT
29. They often come with vests : TUXES
31. Wyndham alternative, familiarly : THEHILTON
32. Lay low : HID
33. Runner for the hills : SKI
36. Den delivery : CUB
39. Family in a Dickens novel : DORRITS
43. Former AOL competitor : NETCOM
44. Diamond pattern : ARGYLE
46. Boxing ploy : FEINT
47. Pancreatic enzyme : RNASE
48. Isn't clear in speech, maybe : RASPS
49. Fokker foe : SPAD
50. Home of Steamboat Spgs. : COLO
51. Hyacinth relative : ALOE
52. Lake ___ (Blue Nile source) : TANA
53. Film director Keshishian : ALEK
54. Style : ELAN
55. Metaphorical low points : RUTS
56. "Luff, you lubber" speaker of literature : SMEE

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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