New York Times, Saturday, August 29, 2009

Author: Doug Peterson
Editor: Will Shortz
Doug Peterson
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 23 Missing: {FQVX} Spans: 4, (2 double stacks) This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Peterson. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. 2001-08 Yankees pitcher with seven Gold Gloves : MUSSINA
8. Headline during the Dreyfus Affair : JACCUSE
15. Revealing pieces : INTIMATEAPPAREL
17. Some coverage providers : CELLPHONETOWERS
18. Heavy hitters : MAULS
19. Conjurers : MAGES
20. City or state lead-in : TRI
21. Puts it to : ASKS
22. Acted out : MIMED
23. "Keeper of the Keys" was the last novel he was featured in : CHAN
24. Artichoke heart? : CEE
25. Inattentive type : DOZER
26. Classical lyre holder : ERATO
27. Particularly prized possession : JEWEL
28. Carpentry machine : PLANER
29. Credited : IMPUTED
32. Appear before : PRECEDE
33. Worker in a big house near Big Ben : GAOLER
34. What an antsy person might watch : CLOCK
35. Boot part : UPPER
36. Cow : DAUNT
37. Hymnbook holder : PEW
40. Some farm stock : EMUS
41. Otto follows it : SETTE
42. Straw unit : BALE
43. Seasoning cristales : SAL
44. "Peter and the Wolf" bird : SASHA
45. "Peter and the Wolf" duck : SONIA
46. Something shown off on a half-pipe : SKATEBOARDTRICK
49. Russia, China and France are in it : SECURITYCOUNCIL
50. Greek salad ingredient : OREGANO
51. It can be brutal : HONESTY
1. Algonquian language : MICMAC
2. Butterflies, say : UNEASE
3. He wrote of the prodigal son : STLUKE
4. Sash supporters : SILLS
5. Hell-raisers : IMPS
6. "Ixnay" : NAH
7. Like turbojet fuel : ATOMIZED
8. Bullying seabird : JAEGER
9. "Nell" director Michael : APTED
10. Coast Guard noncoms : CPOS
11. Field call : CAW
12. Bowling ball material : URETHANE
13. Like many leaves : SERRATED
14. "To be, or not to be" soliloquy setting : ELSINORE
16. Coat in one's mouth : ENAMEL
22. It may be pushed or ridden : MOWER
23. Figure out : CRACK
25. Check : DETER
26. Awaiting induction : ELECT
27. Pulitzer-winning cartoonist Feiffer : JULES
28. Back up? : PRONE
29. "Um ... all right" : IGUESSSO
30. Creator of the stuff of legends? : MAPMAKER
31. Hoi polloi : POPULACE
32. "On the Malice of Herodotus" author : PLUTARCH
34. Old Silk Road destination : CATHAY
36. Studebaker alternative : DESOTO
37. Loses it : PANICS
38. Summon up : ELICIT
39. Without conviction : WEAKLY
41. ___ vaccine : SABIN
42. Shouldered : BORNE
44. Clinic supplies : SERA
45. Overwhelm : STUN
47. Harbor pusher : TUG
48. Ending with Sea or Ski : DOO

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