New York Times, Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Author: H. David Goering
Editor: Will Shortz
H. David Goering
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32 Missing: {BJQVZ} Spans: 2 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Goering. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2013, The New York TimesNo. 23,276
Across Down
1. Term of address from a hat-tipper : MAAM
5. Changes channels rapidly : SURFS
10. Bumps off : ICES
14. Periodic table fig. : ATNO
15. Staircase sound : CREAK
16. Learn by ___ : ROTE
17. Roe source : SHAD
18. Delhi language : HINDI
19. Madeline who played Lili Von Shtupp : KAHN
20. Southern town whose name is the longest example of 52-Across [on the left] : SWEETWATERTEXAS
23. Words on either side of "what" : IAM
24. Satisfied sigh : AAH
25. Muhammad's resting place : MEDINA
26. Pats down : FRISKS
28. Request to a barber : TRIM
30. "___ to mention ..." : NOT
31. Like yesterday's bagels : STALE
32. Stockyard bellows : MOOS
33. Get an eyeful : OGLE
34. Midwest town whose name is the longest example of 52-Across [on the right] : UNIONOHIO
37. Disney World conveyance : TRAM
40. Leaf support : STEM
41. Warming periods : THAWS
45. "Death Becomes ___" : HER
46. Oaf : CLOD
47. Female TV dog whose portrayers were all male : LASSIE
48. Where Yeltsin ruled : RUSSIA
50. Be indisposed : AIL
51. Pod item : PEA
52. See 20- and 34-Across : ONEHANDEDTYPING
56. Alaska ZIP code starter : NINE
57. Courageous one : DARER
58. Department : AREA
59. List-ending abbr. : ETAL
60. Become one on the run : ELOPE
61. Fresh-mouthed : PERT
62. "___-starter" (résumé cliché) : SELF
63. Some score marks : RESTS
64. Derry derrière : ARSE
1. Mountainous expanses : MASSIFS
2. Crosswise : ATHWART
3. Result of iron deficiency, to a Brit : ANAEMIA
4. Manner of doing : MODE
5. Start and end of 3-Down, phonetically : SCHWAS
6. Scheming Heep : URIAH
7. Not buy, say : RENT
8. Lose brilliance : FADE
9. Minor battle : SKIRMISH
10. Ticked off : IRKED
11. Persuading by flattery : COAXING
12. Biofuel option : ETHANOL
13. Able to see, hear, etc. : SENSATE
21. End of a seat seeker's query : TAKEN
22. Pro ___ : TEM
27. Candidate for urban renewal : SLUM
28. Moderated, with "down" : TONED
29. Leeway : ROOM
32. Sleuth played by Lorre : MOTO
33. Reactions to fireworks : OOHS
35. Hawaiian, e.g. : ISLANDER
36. An original eurozone member : ITALY
37. Bathroom fixtures, slangily : THRONES
38. Get back together : REUNITE
39. Weapons stockpile : ARSENAL
42. Ambitious one : ASPIRER
43. The "pigs" in pigs in blankets : WIENERS
44. Channel to the ocean : SEAGATE
46. Org. in "Argo" : CIA
47. Petrol measures : LITRES
49. Library unit : SHELF
50. Like a whiz : ADEPT
53. Hill's opposite : DALE
54. Bow-toting god : EROS
55. ___ John's (Domino's competitor) : PAPA

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

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