New York Times, Saturday, August 6, 2011

Author: Joe Krozel
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe Krozel
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 24 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 4 Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry This is puzzle # 46 for Mr. Krozel. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Wants, with "to" : ASPIRES
8. It may be held in battle : CITADEL
15. 1977 Jacqueline Bisset movie : THEDEEP
16. Literary critic Broyard : ANATOLE
17. Acted unfairly : HITBELOWTHEBELT
19. Aluminum foil alternatives? : EPEES
20. Quite : OHSO
21. Liability-limiting words : ASIS
22. Natl. Humor Month : APR
23. One in Germany : EINE
25. Slough : MORASS
27. One may be called in court : RECESS
29. Holiday time : NOEL
31. It might go for big bucks : DOE
32. Equestrian's command : TROT
33. Bit of evidence in court : TAPE
35. Concertedly : ASONE
37. 21st-century epidemic concern : THESWINEFLU
40. Flibbertigibbety : DITSY
42. Hymn words before "beyond all praising" : OGOD
43. Get hush money from, for instance : ABET
46. It's "not master in its own house," said Freud : EGO
47. Family: Abbr. : RELS
49. Stop-press order? : GAGLAW
51. Kind of 6-Down : CONGER
53. Lord's domain : FIEF
55. It once stretched from France to Russia: Abbr. : ETO
56. Shakespearean words following "Speak, hands, for me!" : ETTU
57. "___ well" : ALLS
59. ___ rage : FITOF
61. "Not to my recollection" : ICANTSAYASIHAVE
64. Scholar : THINKER
65. "The Morning Show Murders" novelist : ALROKER
66. Bleach component : SALSODA
67. "Happy" sorts : CAMPERS
1. Deep down : ATHEART
2. U.P.S. customer : SHIPPER
3. Easter character : PETERCOTTONTAIL
4. "___ delighted!" : IDBE
5. Candy brand : REESES
6. One that swims with a current? : EEL
7. Cuddle, in a way : SPOON
8. Broadway smash whose poster image consisted of just two eyes : CATS
9. Like some nursing : INHOME
10. ___ Bo : TAE
11. Being tried : ATBAR
12. Registers surprise, say : DOESADOUBLETAKE
13. National Book Award-winning novelist named after Emerson : ELLISON
14. "Hmmm ..." : LETSSEE
18. Never : WHENPIGSFLY
24. Motor add-ons? : ISTS
26. Patron saint of carvers : OLAF
28. Biblical endings : ETHS
30. Prefix with -phile : OENO
34. Bad way to go : AWOL
36. Refuse at a mill : SLAG
38. Name abandoned for Rochester : EYRE
39. Skirt : EDGE
40. Ruses : DECEITS
41. "Understood" : IGOTCHA
44. Dine at another's house : EATOVER
45. Some deals : TWOFERS
48. Took out : ERASED
50. Maintain : AFFIRM
52. TV detective Peter and others : GUNNS
54. One spared in a sacrifice : ISAAC
58. Superman's mother : LARA
60. Blue-roofed chain : IHOP
62. It's declared after the last hit, for short : TKO
63. Grp. in 1974 news : SLA

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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