New York Times, Thursday, September 22, 2011

Author: Jeff Dubner
Editor: Will Shortz
Jeff Dubner
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JKQVZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Dubner. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Vitamin C source from Southeast Asia : STARFRUIT
10. Songwriter Jimmy and Senator Jim : WEBBS
15. It has just 16 rules of grammar : ESPERANTO
16. Western language historically written in the Cyrillic alphabet : ALEUT
17. London newspaper : DAILYMAIL
18. Mork's TV companion : MINDY
19. Sea eagles : ERNS
20. TV network since 1970 : PBS
21. Bomb, e.g. : PASS
22. Alphabet trio : RST
23. Turkey's location : DELICOUNTER
27. It may be turned against you : TIDE
28. Hammer's partner : ARM
29. ___ Street, main thoroughfare in "Peyton Place" : ELM
30. J.F.K. watchdog : FAA
31. Training ___ : BRA
32. Jacob who wrote "How the Other Half Lives" : RIIS
33. Taking one's sweet time : DILLYDALLYING
37. Daly of "Cagney & Lacey" : TYNE
38. It's beside a sideburn : EAR
39. Muscles covering some 32-Down : ABS
40. Actress Gasteyer : ANA
41. Barrister's deg. : LLD
42. Credit figs. : APRS
44. Singer with the hit country album "Backwoods Barbie" : DOLLYPARTON
47. Sketch show that launched 40-Across's career, in short : SNL
50. Gist : MEAT
51. It's located between two Plymouths: Abbr. : ATL
52. Scott of "Joanie Loves Chachi" : BAIO
53. Mr. ___ : FIXIT
54. "Gotcha," formally : DULYNOTED
56. Author Calvino : ITALO
57. Skating venue : ICEPALACE
58. Staff up again : REMAN
59. After U2, highest-grossing concert band of all time, informally : THESTONES
1. Ritual in which bitter herbs are dipped : SEDER
2. Three Ivans : TSARS
3. "___ of sweat will save a gallon of blood": Patton : APINT
4. Fam. members : RELS
5. Lie in the sun with suntan oil : FRY
6. Wheelchair-accessible : RAMPED
7. No-can-do : UNABLE
8. Formal acknowledgment : ITISI
9. "My mama done ___ me" : TOL
10. Traded beads : WAMPUM
11. Cuban name in 2000 news : ELIAN
12. Win whose money, in a bygone game show? : BENSTEINS
13. Baseball commissioner starting in 1992 : BUDSELIG
14. Sloppy place : STY
23. Oven part : DIAL
24. Hall-of-Famer Yastrzemski : CARL
25. 30-Down, sometimes : ORAL
26. Apt. parts : RMS
27. Fisherman's relation? : TALE
30. Course closer : FINALEXAM
31. It may be sandy or candy : BAR
32. See 39-Across : RIBS
33. 1970s sitcom catchword : DYNOMITE
34. Dog sound : YELP
35. Pop for a young person? : DADA
36. Fisherman's relation? : YARN
37. Wee bit : TAD
41. English author Edward Bulwer-___ : LYTTON
42. Prime minister before and after Churchill : ATTLEE
43. Coral creatures : POLYPS
45. Boxer Ali : LAILA
46. Jon ___, at 6'11" the tallest player in Major League Baseball history : RAUCH
47. Old Scratch : SATAN
48. Family relation : NIECE
49. Mined finds : LODES
52. String tie : BOLO
53. Source of some paper pulp : FIR
54. Dah's go-with : DIT
55. Member of a D.C. nine : NAT

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