New York Times, Saturday, October 3, 2009

Author: Doug Peterson
Editor: Will Shortz
Doug Peterson
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 25 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 14 for Mr. Peterson. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2009, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Cousin of ours : GREATAPE
9. Rey Juan Carlos's home : ESPANA
15. Stand-up guy : FUNNYMAN
16. It holds its liquor : FLAGON
17. Much of Redwood National Park : OLDGROWTHFOREST
19. He wrote the best sellers "Couplehood" and "Babyhood" : REISER
20. "Walkabout" director Nicolas : ROEG
21. Souvenir that's strung : LEI
22. End-of-page abbr. : CONT
23. Not out of it : ALERT
25. Alternatives to Zippos : BICS
26. Sandwich site: Abbr. : ENG
27. When repeated, start of a Beatles title : PLEASE
28. Wild : AMOK
29. Zap : DELETE
30. Actress Alvarado : TRINI
31. Sandwich, Edam or Champagne : TOPONYM
34. Responded contemptuously : SNORTED
36. Site of Prince Don Juan's tomb : AVILA
37. Out of the main : ASHORE
39. Shut up : PENT
40. Secret agent created by a 1938 Pulitzer winner : MRMOTO
41. Navy fig. : CPO
44. Doesn't go straight : ARCS
45. Is frank about : AVOWS
46. Setting of William the Conqueror's castle : CAEN
47. It'll shut you up : SHH
48. Finnish composer Bergman : ERIK
49. Von Rothbart turned her into a swan : ODETTE
51. Fixation : BEEINONESBONNET
54. Wash : ARROYO
55. It's near a bicycle's derailleur : REARTIRE
56. Potential checkout correction : RESCAN
57. Result of a slice serve : SIDESPIN
1. It keeps you grounded : GFORCE
2. Decide : RULEON
3. You may get annoyed if it's given away : ENDING
4. Existential topic for Heidegger : ANGST
5. Home to a Shakespearean prince : TYRE
6. How a psychopath behaves : AMORALLY
7. Its nails are surrounded by hair : PAW
8. Press : ENTREAT
9. Worn out : EFFETE
10. Tramp : SLOG
11. 3, 4 or 5, but rarely 6 : PAR
12. 19, for N.B.A. players : AGELIMIT
13. Payload holder : NOSECONE
14. Like some brakes : ANTISKID
18. Occasion for judging jumping : HORSESHOW
24. Best Actor of 1965 : LEEMARVIN
25. City near Montpelier : BARRE
27. Elizabeth of "Lone Star," 1996 : PENA
29. Pinheads : DOLTS
30. Source of a body piercing? : TORO
31. Where to get croquetas : TAPASBAR
32. Cry for attention : OVERHERE
33. Tight shoes, e.g. : PINCHERS
35. O.K. : NOTSOBAD
38. They may create rings : SMOKERS
40. Strand : MAROON
41. Pet shop stock : CATNIP
42. Leader called "the Great" : PETERI
43. 50 before two : ONETEN
46. Price part : CENTS
48. "And Winter Came ..." artist : ENYA
50. Illustrator of Cervantes's "Don Quixote" : DORE
52. Its rings are familiar worldwide: Abbr. : IOC
53. Number of legs on un insetto : SEI

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