New York Times, Saturday, July 23, 2011

Author: Tom Heilman
Editor: Will Shortz
Thomas Heilman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 28 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Heilman. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. It's a blast for some balloonists : JETSTREAM
10. "This is a disaster!" : OHGOD
15. Asian symbols of wisdom : ELEPHANTS
16. Like longship sailors : NORSE
17. A dodger might cook one : TAXRETURN
18. Begin some revising : ERASE
19. Maker of life-and-death decisions, briefly : EMT
20. Provider of a hot spot at a coffee shop? : WIFI
21. Responded to wisely : SASSED
22. Alexander's need : GIN
23. They may be shared during a show : ARMRESTS
25. Prohibition : EMBARGO
29. Offices may require them : OATHS
30. Town council president, in Canada : REEVE
31. Big mystery during the summer of 1980 : WHOSHOTJR
35. Dish component : SIDE
36. Bent to do nothing : SLOTH
37. String shortener : CAPO
38. Become known : TRANSPIRE
40. "Friendly" things, in old ads : SKIES
41. Composition of many sports courts : ZONES
42. "A dish best served cold" : REVENGE
44. A dish best served cold : GAZPACHO
47. Waterloo marshal : NEY
48. N.H.L. team and former N.F.L. team : OILERS
49. Casino action : ROLL
51. Pec pic, perhaps : TAT
54. Courier alternative : ARIAL
55. Bit of décor at Trader Vic's : TIKITORCH
57. Change around the Thames : PENCE
58. What a ham may use : MORSECODE
59. Double-___ : EDGED
60. Hypnotized : INATRANCE
1. "Grand" or "petit" dance move : JETE
2. Ancient rival of Assyria : ELAM
3. Cell composition : TEXT
4. Silver ___, Md. (Wash. suburb) : SPR
5. It was Obama's self-professed favorite TV series : THEWIRE
6. Place on a scale : RATING
7. Sufficient, informally : ENUF
8. Two of hearts? : ATRIA
9. ___ Explorer (Web browser) : MSN
10. Here : ONEARTH
11. Baloney : HORSEHOCKEY
12. Yard stick? : GRASSSTAIN
13. Native of the central Caucasus : OSSET
14. What thoughts may become : DEEDS
21. Ruin ... or great success : SMASH
22. Plagued : GAVENOPEACE
24. Pig, at times : ROOTER
25. Previously archaic? : ERST
26. She resigned after the Yom Kippur War : MEIR
27. Much too bright : BEDAZZLING
28. Giving a hoot? : OWLISH
32. Biblical mount where Aaron died : HOR
33. PC image acronym : JPEG
34. Beau's buy : ROSE
36. Design info : SPECS
39. Like many a fishing line : SNARLED
40. Relatively sylphlike : SVELTER
43. Get on base? : ENLIST
44. Come unglued : GOAPE
45. Hit the waves? : AIRED
46. Giant in astronomy : ORION
50. Soup thickener : OKRA
51. 1982 high-tech film : TRON
52. Plug possibilities : ACDC
53. What you used to be? : THEE
55. "That's more than I wanted to know," in brief : TMI
56. Andean vegetable : OCA

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