New York Times, Friday, July 9, 2010

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 28 Missing: {QWZ} Spans: 4 Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry This is puzzle # 131 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Park ranger? : JOGGER
7. Several "Beowulf" scenes : FEASTS
13. Princess who was a sister of Napoleon Bonaparte : PAULINE
14. Fails to factor in : IGNORES
16. Aims : INTENDS
17. "Peanuts" surname : VANPELT
18. Sports champion with a palindromic name : SELES
19. With 21-Across, like many rivers in winter : ICED
21. See 19-Across : OVER
22. Literary title character with a palindromic name : ADA
23. French twists, e.g. : UPDOS
25. Feta maker's need : BRINE
26. Genre of "The Set-Up," 1949 : NOIR
28. Picked-up pickup, perhaps : RENTAL
30. Long seen on TV : NIA
31. Where natural gas accumulates : SEDIMENTARYROCK
34. "Few can be induced to labor exclusively for ___": Abraham Lincoln : POSTERITY
35. Popular sea menaces of film : MANEATINGSHARKS
41. Where I-15 meets I-86: Abbr. : IDA
42. Flawlessly : TOATEE
43. Dickens heroine ___ Trent : NELL
44. Banned aids? : CRIBS
46. 1974 Best Picture nominee directed by Bob Fosse : LENNY
48. Big name in Modernism : PEI
49. Nothing but : MERE
50. ___ Emperor (Taoism figure) : JADE
51. Roger's "77 Sunset Strip" co-star : EFREM
53. "___ Country" (James Baldwin novel) : ANOTHER
55. Rope-ladder rung on a ship : RATLINE
57. It's also called a "way car" : CABOOSE
58. Forwarding e-mail addresses : ALIASES
59. Latin tongue : LINGUA
60. Yarn with a rubber core : LASTEX
1. She's tried often : JANEDOE
2. Spent : OUTLAID
3. High spirits : GLEE
4. Pitched blade? : GINSU
5. "The ___," next-to-last song on "Abbey Road," ironically : END
6. Place with higher speeding fines, often : RESIDENTIALAREA
7. Army post unused since the 1950s : FIVESTARGENERAL
8. Minced oath : EGAD
9. "Roman Holiday" princess : ANN
10. Lethargy : SOPOR
11. Golfer nicknamed "Supermex" : TREVINO
12. Containing element #34 : SELENIC
13. Losers of the Battle of Meloria, 1284 : PISANS
15. Run out of clothes? : STREAK
20. Like Arcadia's inhabitants : CONTENTED
24. Magic word : PRESTO
25. English city that's home to the Spartans football club : BLYTH
27. Ready enough : RIPE
29. Appeared : ARISEN
32. Tokyo Imperial Palace features : MOATS
33. Hero of many Clancy novels : RYAN
35. Nova Scotia's Lake ___, named for an Indian tribe : MICMAC
36. Near the kidneys : ADRENAL
37. Uhuru Park locale : NAIROBI
38. Second appearance on a soundtrack : REPRISE
39. It may be offered with a blessing : KLEENEX
40. Besmears : SLIMES
45. Back : BETON
47. Cryptozoological creatures : YETIS
50. "___, meine Freude" (Bach motet) : JESU
52. One way to be turned down : FLAT
54. Appropriate in an inappropriate way : HOG
56. Imitating : ALA

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