New York Times, Monday, January 28, 2013

Author: Jaime Hutchison and Victor Fleming
Editor: Will Shortz
Jaime Hutchison
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: {GJQ} This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Hutchison. This is puzzle # 36 for Mr. Fleming. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Little prankster : IMP
4. Does nothing : IDLES
9. Tots' fathers : DADAS
14. Neither's partner : NOR
15. TV host Gibbons : LEEZA
16. Go off like a volcano : ERUPT
17. Info on a dashboard gauge : FUELLEVEL
19. Countryside: Sp. : CAMPO
20. Within: Prefix : ENTO
21. "I, the Jury" detective : MIKEHAMMER
23. Big name in art glass : STEUBEN
25. Comic Caesar : SID
26. Thanksgiving side dish : YAM
27. In layers : TIERED
28. Read leisurely : PERUSE
30. French legislature : SENAT
31. Tiny misstep : SLIP
34. Newspaper opinion piece : OPED
35. Common put-down that hints at the ends of 17-, 21-, 53- and 58-Across : WHATATOOL
38. Asia's shrunken ___ Sea : ARAL
41. Fill-ins, informally : SUBS
42. British fellow : BLOKE
46. Divulges : LETSON
48. PC lookalikes, e.g. : CLONES
49. Pres. Lincoln : ABE
50. Pop singer Carly ___ Jepsen : RAE
52. "Aha!" : IHAVEIT
53. Flier made from a do-it-yourself kit : MODELPLANE
56. Fashion magazine with a French name : ELLE
57. Rust, for example : OXIDE
58. Safety exercise prompted by an alarm : FIREDRILL
60. Laura and Bruce of the silver screen : DERNS
61. That is: Lat. : IDEST
62. Cambodia's Lon ___ : NOL
63. These, to Conchita : ESTAS
64. When repeated, identifies people : NAMES
65. Before, to a bard : ERE
1. Overruns as pests might : INFESTS
2. Canadian police officer : MOUNTIE
3. In the sixth grade or earlier, typically : PRETEEN
4. Sick : ILL
5. Judged : DEEMED
6. "Deathtrap" playwright Ira : LEVIN
7. Book before Daniel: Abbr. : EZEK
8. Counterpart of purchases : SALES
9. 2010s, e.g. : DECADE
10. Biblical name for Syria : ARAM
11. Produce, as page layouts for a printer : DUMMYUP
12. Mollify : APPEASE
13. Attacked en masse : STORMED
18. Singer with the #1 R&B hit "You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine" : LOURAWLS
22. Zoo heavyweight, for short : HIPPO
24. Top 10 Kiss hit with backing by the New York Philharmonic : BETH
29. Dog command : ROLLOVER
31. Springfield resident Disco ___ : STU
32. Experiment site : LAB
33. With 36-Down, "Easy!" : ITS
36. See 33-Down : ASNAP
37. Lead-in to "di" or "da" in a Beatles song : OBLA
38. With ice cream : ALAMODE
39. Packs again for shipping : REBOXES
40. Suffered humiliation : ATEDIRT
43. Length of a pithy joke : ONELINE
44. Garrison of "A Prairie Home Companion" : KEILLOR
45. Actress Getty of "The Golden Girls" : ESTELLE
47. Discount price phrase : ORLESS
48. Edam or Brie : CHEESE
51. Leprechaunlike : ELFIN
52. Against property, to a judge : INREM
54. Poet ___ St. Vincent Millay : EDNA
55. Opera with a slave girl : AIDA
59. Drunk's woe, informally : DTS

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