New York Times, Thursday, September 15, 2011

Author: Samuel A. Donaldson
Editor: Will Shortz
Samuel A. Donaldson
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 28 Missing: {GJQVXZ} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Donaldson. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. It's better than prison : HOUSEARREST
8. #1 on Bravo's all-time "100 Funniest Movies" list : ANIMALHOUSE
15. Latitude : BREADTH
16. They may be grilled : RIBEYES
17. Give back : RESTORE
18. Italian red : CHIANTI
19. Country Music Mo. : OCT
20. Mine, in Milan : MIO
21. Squirreled away : HID
22. Alphabet trio : RST
23. X : KISS
25. Adams behind a lens : ANSEL
27. Good call letters for Radio Disney? : WALT
28. W.W. II attacker : EBOAT
30. Suffix with hotel : IER
31. Emmy-nominated sitcom of the early 1970s : ARNIE
32. Lacking bargaining power, maybe : NONUNION
34. Waiter : ABIDER
35. Prominent location to build on (as suggested by this puzzle?) : CORNERLOT
37. Mathematical subgroups : COSETS
40. You can't go through with it : CULDESAC
44. Dough : LUCRE
45. Rear : CAN
46. Farm letters? : EIEIO
47. When the French toast? : ETES
48. Kind of cell in biology : BASAL
50. Big name in balls : NERF
51. One on either side of the St. Gotthard Pass : ALP
52. 1900s, e.g.: Abbr. : CEN
53. Where the Ringling Brothers circus began: Abbr. : WIS
55. Org. employing Ethan Hunt in film : IMF
56. "Anything but!" : NOTTHAT
58. Mount Holyoke graduates, e.g. : ALUMNAE
60. Seven-time major-league All-Star Alfonso : SORIANO
61. Sailing enthusiast, informally : YACHTIE
62. Help : HOUSEKEEPER
63. Place of learning : SCHOOLHOUSE
1. Always going outside? : HOUSEBROKEN
2. ___ Observatory, home of the world's largest single-aperture radio telescope : ARECIBO
3. Has as a base : RESTSON
4. Subject of many lab tests : RAT
5. Biblical kingdom : EDOM
6. Tiny groove : STRIA
7. Publication with a 1997 headline "Drug Use Down Among Uncool Kids" : THEONION
8. Zodiac symbol : ARCHER
9. Nothing : NIHIL
10. Scholar's reference abbr. : IBID
11. Start of a confession : MEA
12. Who wrote "Wealth is the product of man's capacity to think" : AYNRAND
13. Leaves alone : LETSLIE
14. Vacationer's help : HOUSESITTER
24. Big eyes, metaphorically : SAUCERS
26. Six Nations tribe : SENECAS
27. Kind of candidate who's rarely successful : WRITEIN
29. It matures in 1 to 10 yrs. : TNOTE
31. Place to live : ABODE
33. Org. supported by the 16th Amendment : IRS
34. End of some scores : ALL
36. Missing persons : RUNAWAYS
37. Gets rid of everybody, say : CLEANSHOUSE
38. Forecast : OUTLOOK
39. Royal rod, in Britain : SCEPTRE
41. Investigate : SEEINTO
42. Speedy delivery : AIRMAIL
43. Place where people work for beans? : COFFEEHOUSE
45. Hymn leader : CANTOR
48. Baseball general manager Billy : BEANE
49. Lavender : LILAC
52. Fellow : CHAP
54. To so high a degree : SUCH
57. Wed : TIE
59. Conductance unit : MHO

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