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New York Times, Friday, September 16, 2011

Author: Joe DiPietro
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe DiPietro
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 68, Blocks: 31 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 107 for Mr. DiPietro. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2011, The New York TimesNo. 22,592
Across Down
1. Reduce to bare bones : STRIPDOWN
10. "Hey you!" : PSSST
15. 1990 Clint Eastwood cop film : THEROOKIE
16. Studio sign : ONAIR
17. Likely to take chances : RISKPRONE
18. Figure on a bridge score sheet : TALLY
19. Money competitor : INC
20. Was up to date, with "out"? : ASKED
21. They may work for both sides : SPIES
22. Pitlik who directed "Barney Miller" and "Mr. Belvedere" : NOAM
24. Toledo-to-Columbus dir. : SSE
26. Shut (up) : PENT
27. Reaction of thirsty people : GULPING
31. Firm : ALDENTE
33. Wallace who wrote "Angle of Repose" : STEGNER
34. Stolen : PIRATED
35. Old "One mission. Yours." sloganeer : TWA
36. Miss ___ : USA
37. Worse than awful : HEINOUS
41. Blowout : SHINDIG
46. Small night creatures : ELFOWLS
47. Reckless smuggler of sci-fi : HANSOLO
48. Area close to a hockey net : SLOT
49. Abbr. before "Co." in some company names : MFG
51. Suffer from the heat : WILT
52. Having less coverage : BARER
54. Go down again, so to speak : RECUR
58. Frost relative : DEW
59. "Get ___ on!" : AMOVE
60. "Generally speaking ..." : ONAVERAGE
62. Hit the bottom of? : CANED
63. Spread quickly over the Internet : GONEVIRAL
64. Laments : KEENS
65. Put one's feet up in neighborly fashion : SATASPELL
1. Series : STRINGS
2. Become sparse : THINOUT
3. Change one's image, in a way? : RESCALE
4. Needle : IRK
5. ___ wheelie : POPA
6. Actress Diana : DORS
7. "Enough already ... relax!" : OKOK
8. Blushes, say : WINES
9. Has trouble getting started : NEEDSAPUSH
10. Piles of chips, say : POTS
11. Stir-fry vegetable : SNAPPEA
12. Pronounced : SALIENT
13. Matte finish? : SILENTE
14. Met on the down-low : TRYSTED
23. Certain meas. of economy : MPG
25. Kings prophet : ELISHA
28. Getting dragged along : INTOW
29. Minnesota home of Martin Luther College : NEWULM
30. Semiterrestrial bug-catchers : GRASSFROGS
32. Sap : DRAIN
37. Alice Cooper's appropriately titled theme song for "Friday the 13th Part VI" : HESBACK
38. Morse who sang "Cow-Cow Boogie" : ELLAMAE
39. "From my perspective ..." : IFORONE
40. Much less than that : NOTEVEN
42. Australian state: Abbr. : NSW
43. "Is it worth the chance?" : DOIDARE
44. Criminal : ILLEGAL
45. Recovered : GOTWELL
50. Explorer John Cabot's birthplace : GENOA
53. Some M&M's : REDS
55. "I'm busy then" : CANT
56. Eye part : UVEA
57. Powers (up) : REVS
61. Big swing : RIP

Answer summary: 10 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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