New York Times, Thursday, August 25, 2011

Author: Patrick Blindauer & Francis Heaney
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Blindauer
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Francis Heaney
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQVZ} This is puzzle # 47 for Mr. Blindauer. This is puzzle # 8 for Mr. Heaney. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2011, The New York TimesNo. 22,570
Across Down
1. See, say : SENSE
6. ___ pyramid, four examples of which are seen in this puzzle : FOOD
10. Real-estate abbr. : BSMT
14. French affair : AMOUR
15. Friend of Zoe and Abby : ELMO
16. "Don't you know there's ___ on?" : AWAR
17. Loudly berated : SCREAMEDAT
19. "Say ___" (1940 hit) : SISI
20. Fanny : SEAT
21. Lena who played Irina Derevko on "Alias" : OLIN
22. Tech company in the Dow Jones Industrial Average : CISCO
23. "Signs point to ___" (Magic 8 Ball answer) : YES
24. Go home empty-handed, say : LOSE
25. Welding bands? : ARCS
26. Lepidopterist's tool : NET
27. Whack : CLOBBER
30. Tailors' allowances : EASES
33. 1971 Tom Jones hit : SHESALADY
35. Has no doubt about : KNOWS
36. Ben-___ : HUR
37. Patty Hearst alias : TANIA
38. Pioneer carrier : CONESTOGA
40. Harold of the Clinton White House : ICKES
41. How many stupid things are done : ONADARE
42. Abbr. after N. or S. : DAK
43. Backsplash unit : TILE
44. Some talk on political talk shows : SPIN
46. PC key : ESC
49. John who starred in Broadway's original "Carousel" : RAITT
51. Break down, in a way : WEEP
52. Fair : EXPO
53. All at the front? : OMNI
54. Conductor's place : TROLLEYCAR
56. Foreign farewell : CIAO
57. Old Testament king : SAUL
58. Shoddy stuff : DRECK
59. Part of N.C.A.A.: Abbr. : ASSN
60. "South Park" boy : KYLE
61. Tennis great born in Serbia : SELES
1. Fresh : SASSY
2. Compère : EMCEE
3. Ephron and Roberts : NORAS
4. Ingredient in some English pudding : SUET
5. Laundry detergent brand : ERA
6. Has a hunch : FEELS
7. "Some Enchanted Evening," e.g. : OLDIE
8. Gulf of ___ : OMAN
9. Flyspeck : DOT
10. Straightforward fashion choice : BASICBLACK
11. Site of many clandestine accounts : SWISSBANK
12. Gender abbr. : MASC
13. Charlie's Angels, e.g. : TRIO
18. Like some points : MOOT
22. Like many a Malkovich : CROATIAN
24. Dietary dictum for one with hypertension : LESSSALT
25. Lou Gehrig's disease, for short : ALS
26. Reissue : NEWEDITION
27. Michael of "Superbad" : CERA
28. Falco of "Nurse Jackie" : EDIE
29. Scandinavian rugs : RYAS
30. Kitchenware brand : EKCO
31. Presently : ANON
32. Light classical pieces : SONATINAS
33. Clog, e.g. : SHOE
34. O, symbolically : HUG
39. Otto - cinque : TRE
42. Embassy worker: Abbr. : DIPL
44. City whose name sounds like a fish : SEOUL
45. "___ the Conqueror" (Max von Sydow film) : PELLE
46. Do well : EXCEL
47. Zone (out) : SPACE
48. Blush stoppers : CORKS
49. Almond ___ (candy brand) : ROCA
50. "The Pregnant Widow" author Martin : AMIS
51. "King Kong" co-star, 1933 : WRAY
52. Heroine who says "I resisted all the way: a new thing for me" : EYRE
54. Shaming sound : TSK
55. Mad people, e.g.: Abbr. : EDS

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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