New York Times, Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Author: Mark Feldman
Editor: Will Shortz
Mark Feldman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QWXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 8 for Mr. Feldman. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Port-au-Prince native : HAITIAN
8. Tarzan and others : APEMEN
14. One who's not sure what's up? : AGNOSTIC
16. Associate : RELATE
17. Guinevere to Lancelot? : LADYOFTHEKNIGHT
19. Greek god with a bow and arrow : EROS
20. Competed in a marathon : RAN
21. Cleanser with the old slogan "Nothing can hold a can to ..." : COMET
22. News org. : UPI
24. Like some restrictions : DIETARY
26. Shopper for woolen goods? : KNITPICKER
31. Flip again, as a coin : RETOSS
32. "Whatever happened to ...?" subjects : HASBEENS
38. Give out : ISSUE
39. Peanut butter container : JAR
40. Blast from the past : OLDIE
41. Sci-fi blockbuster of 2009 : STARTREK
43. Afghans, e.g. : ASIANS
44. Ewing, DeBusschere and Frazier? : KNICKNAMES
46. Noisy fight : RUCTION
51. ___ Palmas : LAS
52. One way to go when playing poker : ALLIN
53. Pride : EGO
55. End-of-week cry : TGIF
59. Universal tie? : KNOTFOREVERYONE
63. Not-so-big big bird : EAGLET
64. Power to influence people or things : LEVERAGE
65. Abandon : DESERT
66. Out, but not about : SEDATED
1. Fit : HALE
2. Food thickener : AGAR
3. Chinese leader? : INDO
4. Mr. Potato Head and G.I. Joe : TOYS
5. Prefix with -meric or -metric : ISO
6. Arm of the Justice Dept. : ATF
7. Kind of acid : NITRIC
8. Couples retreat? : ARK
9. Pound parts : PENCE
10. Writer T. S. : ELIOT
11. Molten rock : MAGMA
12. Old anesthetic : ETHER
13. Meshlike : NETTY
15. When said three times, a dance : CHA
18. Win over : ENDEAR
22. 16th seed's bracket win, e.g. : UPSET
23. Greek letters : PIS
25. Org. whose Web site has a "Where's My Refund?" section : IRS
26. One of the angels on "Charlie's Angels" : KRIS
27. Cozy home : NEST
28. "___ girl!" : ITSA
29. See the sights : TOUR
30. Uniform shade : KHAKI
33. Petty officers, informally : BOSNS
34. Director Kazan : ELIA
35. Dutch cheese : EDAM
36. Cost in dollars of the world's first TV ad in 1941 : NINE
37. Congressional period: Abbr. : SESS
39. Bruce who won the 1976 Olympic decathlon : JENNER
42. ___ Pictures (old studio) : RKO
43. Rap sheet abbr. : AKA
45. Garlic units : CLOVES
46. Gathered (in) : RAKED
47. They parallel radii : ULNAE
48. Thick-soled shoes : CLOGS
49. Sir or madam : TITLE
50. Figure out (from) : INFER
54. Many a drain cleaner nowadays : GEL
55. Banks of daytime TV : TYRA
56. Farm animal with horns : GOAT
57. "Bus Stop" playwright : INGE
58. Graze (on) : FEED
60. Giant Mel : OTT
61. Holiday prelude : EVE
62. Bloodshot : RED

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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