New York Times, Monday, January 24, 2011

Author: Fred Piscop
Editor: Will Shortz
Fred Piscop
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 126 for Mr. Piscop. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Order after "Ready ... aim ..." : FIRE
5. Not cramped at all : ROOMY
10. Urban pollution : SMOG
14. Russia's ___ Mountains : URAL
15. Protruding navel : OUTIE
16. California valley known for 37-Across : NAPA
17. Informal gathering of musicians : JAMSESSION
19. Stuck in the freezer : ICED
20. Mensa members' stats : IQS
21. 37-Across vessels : VATS
22. 30-second spots, e.g. : TVADS
23. One of the W's in W.W. I : WAR
24. Expressed wonder : OOHED
26. 1975 #1 hit for LaBelle : LADYMARMALADE
31. "On the Beach" author Nevil : SHUTE
33. "Looks ___ everything" : ARENT
34. Floor cleaner : MOP
35. Send a message via cell phone : TEXT
36. Dish rated in alarms : CHILI
37. Cabernet or merlot : WINE
38. Lumberjack's tool : AXE
39. Red tag events : SALES
40. Clear from memory : ERASE
41. Outdoor homes for endangered species, perhaps : GAMEPRESERVES
44. More sad : BLUER
45. "Ich bin ___ Berliner" : EIN
46. "Pretty Boy" of crime : FLOYD
48. Match a bet, in poker : CALL
50. Hit with a stun gun : ZAP
53. Papers in poker pots : IOUS
54. Park that's home to Yogi Bear : JELLYSTONE
57. Entice : LURE
58. Samuel of the Supreme Court : ALITO
59. Initial poker stake : ANTE
60. Beat, barely : EDGE
61. Wisconsin college or its city : RIPON
62. Cubicle fixture : DESK
1. Volcano viewable from Tokyo : FUJI
2. Operation Desert Storm setting : IRAQ
3. Ewes' mates : RAMS
4. Chicago trains : ELS
5. Nun's beads : ROSARY
6. Remove from power : OUST
7. Elevator pioneer Elisha : OTIS
8. "O Sole ___" : MIO
9. Money in Tokyo : YEN
10. Whine tearfully : SNIVEL
11. Nuts grown in Hawaii : MACADAMIAS
12. Newspaper opinion piece : OPED
13. Gallivants, with "about" : GADS
18. Give the slip to : EVADE
22. "___ reminds me ..." : THAT
23. Light bulb unit : WATT
24. Ultimatum words : ORELSE
25. All: Prefix : OMNI
26. Country wedged between France, Belgium and Germany : LUXEMBOURG
27. Gustav who composed "The Song of the Earth" : MAHLER
28. Astrological sign of spring : ARIES
29. Mafia bigwigs : DONS
30. Olympian's blade : EPEE
31. For men only : STAG
32. One more than penta- : HEXA
36. Give a darn : CARE
37. Small songbird : WREN
39. Potato, informally : SPUD
40. Things released from Pandora's box : EVILS
42. French president's palace : ELYSEE
43. Have confidence in : RELYON
46. Blacksmith's tool : FILE
47. Deafening : LOUD
48. Tie fastener : CLIP
49. Kind of sax : ALTO
50. The "Z" in DMZ : ZONE
51. Aardvark's diet : ANTS
52. Not wait until December 25, say : PEEK
54. Where you might find the thematic parts of 17-, 26-, 41- and 54-Across : JAR
55. ___ Lilly and Company : ELI
56. Tiny bit : TAD

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