New York Times, Friday, September 30, 2011

Author: Joe Krozel
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe Krozel
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 62, Blocks: 34 Missing: {HQZ} This is puzzle # 48 for Mr. Krozel. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Many viviparous births : LITTERS
8. Where many beads are formed : PORES
13. Pretty good result for a golf round : ONEOVER
14. Without incident : SAFELY
15. Coyote, say, to a Western rancher : VARMINT
16. Subject of the 2001 book subtitled "The Shock of the Century" : SPUTNIK
17. Stumble : ERR
18. Like many resorts : COASTAL
20. Expression of praise : ODE
21. Clouds : TAINTS
23. Toppers popular with jazzmen : PORKPIES
25. 1958 Pulitzer-winning novelist and family : AGEES
26. His character had the signature line "Book 'em, Danno" : JACKLORD
27. Territory on a Risk board : PERU
28. Like stools and many benches : BACKLESS
29. Event for many a dashing young man : TRACKMEET
31. Having been overexposed to the sun, maybe : FRECKLED
32. Unrefined sort : BOOR
36. Officially starts work : CLOCKSIN
37. "Nature's lay idiot, I taught thee to love" penner : DONNE
38. Sea food : PLANKTON
39. Points of view? : PIXELS
40. "Chariots of Fire" co-star Charleson : IAN
41. Doesn't go away : LINGERS
43. Thing to drive off of : TEE
44. Choices for snaps : GINGERS
46. Like some Internet searches : BOOLEAN
48. ___ monkey : GREASE
49. Least desirably : ATWORST
50. Sounds from a 3-Down : YELPS
51. They're far from stars : NONAMES
1. Slight show of affection : LOVETAP
2. Going ballistic : INARAGE
3. One producing 50-Across : TERRIER
4. Petty recording : TOM
5. Boots : EVICTS
6. "___ Most Wanted" ("best-of" compilation of a popular TV cop show) : RENOS
7. Miss hitting a piñata?: Abbr. : SRTA
8. Bauhaus artist and teacher : PAULKLEE
9. "___ I had heard of Lucy Gray": Wordsworth : OFT
10. "La Loge" and "La Grenouillère" : RENOIRS
11. Skipped over : ELIDED
12. General George at Gettysburg : SYKES
14. Performed brilliantly : SPARKLED
16. Warehouse workers : STOCKMEN
19. Job for some wall fixers : SPACKLING
22. Deuterium has one : NEUTRON
24. London letter getter : POSTBOX
26. Twenties : JACKSONS
28. Wheelie supporter : BACKTIRE
30. Daredevilish : RECKLESS
31. Muleta material : FLANNEL
33. Four years as governor, say : ONETERM
34. Like most apartments : ONLEASE
35. Minds : RESENTS
36. Danes featured in films : CLAIRE
37. Renounce : DISOWN
38. Little digit? : PIGGY
39. Prefix with type : PROTO
42. Israel's first U.N. delegate : EBAN
45. Orthodontist's concern : GAP
47. Mauna ___ : LOA

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 4 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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