New York Times, Saturday, July 19, 2014

Author: Barry C. Silk
Editor: Will Shortz
Barry C. Silk
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 83 for Mr. Silk. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

Barry C. Silk notes: I first came across the term PRETZEL LOOP reading an article about roller coasters and thought that would make a cool entry in a ... more
Jeff Chen notes: Like Ian Livengood yesterday, Barry Silk is another constructor I admire because of the diversity of his gridwork. As you can see on ... more
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Across Down
1. It has many giants and dwarfs : COSMOS
7. Profit-sharing figure: Abbr. : AGT
10. Part of the former Republic of Pisa : ELBA
14. Run down a mountainside : SCHUSS
15. Pour it on : GOALLOUT
17. One who winds up on a field : HURLER
18. A kid might be punished for showing it : ATTITUDE
19. Scores : ALOT
20. Marked up, say : WROTEON
21. Something pocketed in Italy? : RAVIOLI
24. Like Princess Leia vis-à-vis Luke Skywalker : YOUNGER
27. Roller coaster feature with a food name : PRETZELLOOP
29. Celle-là, across the Pyrenees : ESA
30. Movie with the line "I'm a vulgar man. But I assure you, my music is not" : AMADEUS
31. Be a very fast learner? : CRAM
32. Title woman in a "Paint Your Wagon" song : ELISA
35. Hybrid, maybe : CAR
36. Do a 35-Across chore : GASUP
37. Romp : LARK
38. Brave, e.g. : WARRIOR
40. "Who ___?" : AMI
41. 1965 Yardbirds hit : FORYOURLOVE
45. Like many rodeo animals : LASSOED
47. Dweller near the Potemkin Stairs : ODESSAN
48. Best seller : HOTITEM
50. In : AMID
51. Track on "Beatles '65" : IMALOSER
53. "Out!" : BEGONE
55. Scarab, e.g. : TALISMAN
56. Tip for slips : ERASER
57. Barreled : SPED
58. Like some broody teens : EMO
59. Folks working on courses? : DINERS
1. D preceder : CSHARP
2. Telescope part : OCULAR
3. Tuesday preceder : SHROVE
4. Be a juggler? : MULTITASK
5. Ending of saccharides : OSE
6. Letters in old atlases : SSR
7. Seaweed derivative : AGAR
8. Call for a timeout : GOTOYOURROOM
9. Some body work : TATTOOS
10. John in an arena : ELTON
11. Chaises, in Cheshire : LOUNGERS
12. Flower child? : BUD
13. Had dogs, e.g. : ATE
16. Fail at falling asleep : LIEUP
20. Underdog playoffs participant : WILDCARDTEAM
22. Character in many Baum works : OZMA
23. Where Gray's "lowing herd wind slowly" : LEA
25. Biblical venison preparer : ESAU
26. Artery connection : RAMP
28. Noted acid studier : LEARY
31. Noted 1-Across studier : CARLSAGAN
32. Company with the King David Club : ELAL
33. "Lost Horizon" figure : LAMA
34. St. Patrick's Day order : IRISHALE
36. "Saw" sights : GORE
38. Pity party plaint : WOEISME
39. Alternative to the pill, briefly : IUD
41. Snaps : FOTOS
42. Slip through, say : OSMOSE
43. Like Cinderella's stepsisters vis-à-vis Cinderella : VAINER
44. "___ Game" : ENDERS
46. Not iffy : SOLID
49. Hungarian name meaning "sincere" : ERNO
51. "___ me" : ITS
52. Battle-planning aid : MAP
53. Spring place : BED
54. "Cap'n ___" (1904 novel) : ERI

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