New York Times, Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Author: Peter A. Collins & Joe Krozel
Editor: Will Shortz
Peter A. Collins
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1.564253
Joe Krozel
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1.47054

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQX} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 26 for Mr. Collins. This is puzzle # 27 for Mr. Krozel. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2009, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Cause for an eyelift : SAG
4. Playground shout : FIGHT
9. With 59-Across, novel of 1851 : MOBY
13. Benzoyl peroxide target : ACNE
14. Bitter : ACRID
15. Shield border : ORLE
16. Complain : MOAN
17. Frigid temps : TEENS
18. Head of the Egyptian god Thoth : IBIS
19. Take the lead : PULLAHEAD
21. Sig Ep and others : FRATS
22. Fish tail? : ERY
23. At sea : LOST
24. Stable display : CRECHE
25. Stylize anew, as a car seat : RETRIM
27. Rushed (by) : WHOOSHED
29. Warhol associate ___ Sedgwick : EDIE
30. Israel's Barak and Olmert : EHUDS
31. Character in 9- & 59-Across : CAPTAINAHAB
36. Chills, so to speak : RESTS
37. Sorvino of "Mighty Aphrodite" : MIRA
40. Cordial offering? : ANISETTE
44. "___ is gained as much by good works as by evil": Machiavelli : HATRED
46. St. Stephen, notably : MARTYR
47. Pronoun in the starts of many letters : WHOM
49. Netflix offering : DVD
50. Simon Says players, say : APERS
51. Displays : SHOWCASES
53. Designate "commercial" or "single-family," e.g. : ZONE
54. Incline (and a hint to the location in this completed puzzle of the first line of 9- & 59-Across) : SLANT
55. Recipe direction : BEAT
56. Hollywood's Kazan : ELIA
57. Lumberjack competition : ROLEO
58. Change of address, for short : RELO
59. See 9-Across : DICK
60. Does what a good dog does : OBEYS
61. Halftime features : ADS
1. Searched high and low : SCOURED
2. ___ Geometry (college course) : ANALYTIC
3. Four-star leader: Abbr. : GENL
4. Grasp : FATHOM
5. They're served with spoon-straws : ICEES
6. 9- & 59-Across : GREATWHITEWHALE
7. Rear : HIND
8. QBs' coups : TDS
9. Shimmery fabrics : MOIRES
10. Jerry of "Law & Order" : ORBACH
11. Carefree : BLITHE
12. Assented : YESSED
13. Eponymous French physicist : AMPERE
20. 1960 Olympics boxing gold medalist : ALI
21. High-school class, informally : FROSH
24. Musical conclusion : CODA
26. "Fool (If You Think It's Over)" singer Chris : REA
28. Onetime Asiatic nomads : HUNS
30. New York's ___ River : EAST
32. Hunts, with "on" : PREYS
33. Numerical prefix with oxide : TETR
34. Qty. : AMT
35. What a swallow may swallow : BIRDSEED
38. Displays : REVEALS
39. Supplements : ADDSTO
40. Blown away : AMAZED
41. "In ___, where love is king" (start of "That's Amore") : NAPOLI
42. Peaceful : IRENIC
43. Word with hot or blue : STREAK
44. Reading for home mechanics : HOWTOS
45. Rambler maker, once: Abbr. : AMC
48. Baklava ingredient : HONEY
51. One whose shirttail is always untucked, maybe : SLOB
52. Start of an incantation : ABRA
54. Sign of success : SRO

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