New York Times, Saturday, January 16, 2010

Author: Ned White
Editor: Will Shortz
Ned White
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JQVZ} Spans: 2 Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry This is the debut puzzle for Mr. White. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. One very concerned with how a kid acts : STAGEMOM
9. Edible mold : ASPIC
14. Plant disease similar to blackleg : POTATOROT
16. Comic actress who co-starred on "Archie Bunker's Place" : MEARA
17. 1968 soul album with the hit "Think" : ARETHANOW
18. Plague : BESET
19. Boarding house?: Abbr. : STA
20. "That's completely wrong!" : NONONO
22. Medical suffix : OMA
23. Got together : METUP
26. Like the coats of 25-Down : TAWNY
27. "... who hath begotten the drops of ___?": Job 38:28 : DEW
28. South of Brazil? : SUL
30. Not just reworked : NEW
31. Lay an egg : BOMB
32. Driver's problem : STAMPEDE
35. Limerick scheme : AABBA
36. A bowl of cherries, in Chelsea : BEERANDSKITTLES
38. Sheets are sold in them : REAMS
39. Gender-neutral phrase : HISORHER
40. "___ White Season" (André Brink novel) : ADRY
41. Cost increaser : TAX
42. Not even once, to Nietzsche : NIE
43. Mil. authority : CMD
44. Change (into) : MORPH
46. Org. that tracks numbers : ASCAP
50. It was split in 1948: Abbr. : KOR
51. #1 hit from the album "J.Lo" : IMREAL
53. Mimicking : ALA
54. How some foods are packed : INOIL
56. To the extent that : INSOFARAS
59. Dividers of 35-Down : SEPTA
60. A caddie may hold it : SCORECARD
61. A caddy may hold it : HYSON
62. Sonnet feature : ENDRHYME
1. Jerk : SPASM
2. Nutty nosh : TORTE
3. Troubled : ATEAT
4. Rod : GAT
5. End of the Bible? : ETH
6. Evidence of paranormal activity, perhaps : MOAN
7. Speculation follower : ORNOT
8. 1919 novel set in Paris and Tahiti, with "The" : MOONANDSIXPENCE
9. The ___ Dukes (1960s-'70s band) : AMBOY
10. Go with : SEE
11. Dance based on bullfight music : PASODOBLE
12. "Time was ..." : IREMEMBER
13. Carolina natives : CATAWBAS
15. What an angry employee might give a boss : TWOWEEKS
21. Kansas City-to-Omaha dir. : NNW
24. Company man's grp.? : USARMY
25. Deer stalkers : PUMAS
29. Orderly supervisor, maybe: Abbr. : LPN
31. Engages in hydrotherapy : BATHES
32. Entrepreneur's request : SEEDMONEY
33. They may fall when you're down : TEARDROPS
34. Jackson Pollock's player in "Pollock" : EDHARRIS
35. They're fed by venae cavae : ATRIA
36. Neither freshwater nor marine : BRACKISH
37. What "+" may indicate : ION
41. Kenyan leader Mboya whom Obama called his "godfather" : TOM
44. Biblioteca Ambrosiana locale : MILAN
45. Sports : HASON
47. Sportscaster with the autobiography "Holy Cow!" : CARAY
48. Cell phone feature : ALARM
49. ___ bourrée (ballet move) : PASDE
52. One who minds his manors? : LORD
55. Contemporary of Baiul and Yamaguchi : ITO
57. Élément #26 : FER
58. Exclamation in Ems : ACH

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