New York Times, Thursday, September 30, 2010

Author: Victor Fleming
Editor: Will Shortz
Victor Fleming
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 35 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 25 for Mr. Fleming. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Sci-fi role starting in 1966 : MRSPOCK
8. Keach of "W." : STACY
13. Marked by dignity and taste : DECOROUS
15. He played opposite Jones in "Carousel" and "Oklahoma!" : MACRAE
16. With 24-Across, "Uh-uh!" : IWOULDNT
17. Reversals : UTURNS
18. Map line: Abbr. : RTE
19. Like the devout : GODLY
21. Wagering locale: Abbr. : OTB
22. Some socials : BEES
24. See 16-Across : IFIWEREYOU
26. Backdrop for many a Winter Olympics : ALP
27. Wayne or Lee : BRUCE
28. It may be square : ROOT
29. It gets the juice out : REAMER
31. Destination for a Near Eastern caravan : SERAI
34. "Uh-uh!" : BADIDEA
36. "Uh-uh!" : BACKOFF
40. Brand associated with Everyday Knee Highs : LEGGS
42. Unanimously : TOAMAN
43. Island in the Tyrrhenian Sea : ELBA
46. "That's amazing!" : OHWOW
48. Deut. preceder : NUM
49. "Uh-uh!" : THINKAGAIN
52. ___ Harker, wife in Bram Stoker's "Dracula" : MINA
53. Dorm V.I.P.'s, for short : RAS
54. Part of a winter stash : ACORN
55. Letters on the road : HOV
56. Behind : ASTERN
58. "Uh-uh!" : DONTDOIT
62. "You think I won't?!" : DAREME
63. Put under : SUBMERSE
64. Girl in "Waterworld" : ENOLA
65. Guinness superlative : TALLEST
1. Year Michelangelo began work on "David" : MDI
2. VCR button : REW
3. Bridge need : SCOREPAD
4. Shows disappointment, in a way : POUTS
5. Heraldic band : ORLE
6. Mail order option : COD
7. Style of fighting : KUNGFU
8. Nymph pursuer : SATYR
9. Fort Worth sch. : TCU
10. Arid region's watercourse : ARROYO
11. Shout in a playground debate : CANTOO
12. "I'll grant you that. However ..." : YESBUT
14. Greek philosophical group : STOICS
15. Pack carrier : MULE
20. One who's definitely not in the in-crowd : DWEEB
22. Nasty remark : BARB
23. Zeno's locale : ELEA
24. Sale table notation : IRREG
25. Actress Alexander of "The Cosby Show" : ERIKA
27. Eliot protagonist : BEDE
30. European fashion capital : MILAN
32. Betray : RATON
33. "Don't have ___!" : ACOW
35. Disco phrase : AGOGO
37. Hardly a picky eater : OMNIVORE
38. 8-Down's Roman equivalent : FAUN
39. Low-cost home loan corp. : FNMA
41. Some broken glass : SHARDS
43. Brokerage name since 1992 : ETRADE
44. Like the Dalai Lama, historically : LHASAN
45. Spot for a bite : BISTRO
47. Emerge on top : WINOUT
50. Fate : KARMA
51. Teen breakout : ACNE
52. Feature at an auto show, in two different ways : MODEL
55. Webmaster's lingo : HTML
57. Sushi fish : EEL
59. Jazz group, for short : NBA
60. Mag. edition : ISS
61. New Year festival overseas : TET

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