New York Times, Friday, January 11, 2013

Author: Ian Livengood
Editor: Will Shortz
Ian Livengood
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 23 for Mr. Livengood. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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1. Pets named for their British Isles origin : MANXCATS
9. Anger : DANDER
15. Question before and after "or" : AMIRIGHT
16. Madrid-Barajas Airport carrier : IBERIA
17. Fry cook's concern : SPLATTER
18. Symbols of impending trouble : CLOUDS
19. "Righto!" : YESSIREE
21. Brooklyn player : NET
22. Back covers : CAPES
25. Wall St. Journal news subjects : IPOS
26. Vegetable that's often fried : OKRA
27. Was short : OWED
28. A.A.A. courses : RTES
29. Something to chew on : CUD
30. Chip, say : MAR
31. Some club tunes : HOUSEMUSIC
34. Hombre's firearm : PISTOLA
36. Some crisscross patterns : TARTANS
38. Concert memento : TICKETSTUB
40. Cut (off) : LOP
41. Sausage king Froman in "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" : ABE
42. What you might do some light reading on? : IPAD
43. ___ cheese : FETA
44. Gaunt : BONY
46. Madhouses : ZOOS
47. Several Rodins : NUDES
48. 1978 and 1986 World Cup winner: Abbr. : ARG
49. Fearsome figure in Greek myth : MINOTAUR
51. Lose a liking for : SOURON
53. Johnny Appleseed, e.g. : FOLKHERO
57. Smitten : INLOVE
58. Made close : ENDEARED
59. Checking account offer : NOFEES
60. Print : DEADTREE
1. "No ___!" : MAS
2. Raise, with "up" : AMP
3. Naught : NIL
4. Looked into? : XRAYED
5. Singles out, say : CITES
6. Bureau employees: Abbr. : AGTS
7. "Jersey Shore" co-star : THESITUATION
8. Bars : STRIPES
9. Cubes : DICES
10. ___-minded : ABLE
11. Hardly an old-timer : NEO
12. Made a loaded romantic call to? : DRUNKDIALED
13. Feather source : EIDER
14. Bob Marley, e.g. : RASTA
20. Key discovery of 1799 : ROSETTASTONE
22. Give for free : COMP
23. Look for : AWAIT
24. A lot of oil moves through it : PERSIANGULF
26. Boot : OUST
28. Something to play : ROLE
29. Cut down : CURB
31. Bunkum : HOKE
32. Tennyson title lady : MAUD
33. Big piece of cabbage : CNOTE
35. Chain selling desserts : TCBY
37. Complimentary robe providers : SPAS
39. Sent up : SPOOFED
43. Russian dressing? : FURHAT
44. Slip site : BASIN
45. College town on the Stillwater River : ORONO
46. E-pubs : ZINES
47. Like leftovers, often : NUKED
49. Really touch : MOVE
50. "Tower Heist" actor, 2011 : ALDA
52. Hatchery supply : ROE
54. Get tripped up : ERR
55. Mr. ___ (Clue-like board game) : REE
56. Elevated lines? : ODE

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