New York Times, Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Author: David Hanson
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JKQX} Spans: 1 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Hanson. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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1. The old man : DAD
4. Like a pool table, ideally : LEVEL
9. Flights like Lindy's : SOLOS
14. French coin of old : ECU
15. Fail to pay, as taxes : EVADE
16. Native New Zealanders : MAORI
17. Yadda, yadda, yadda: Abbr. : ETC
18. "Dang it!" : NERTS
19. "Primitive" feelings : URGES
20. ___ fiber : DIETARY
22. QB's successes : TDS
23. Dawn goddess : EOS
24. Like a bug in a rug : SNUG
26. Two, for many minigolf holes : PAR
29. Postlarval : PUPAL
32. Burn, as a wound : CAUTERIZE
34. Last Supper query : ISITI
35. Quantities: Abbr. : AMTS
36. Not much : ATAD
37. What every answer on the perimeter of this puzzle is : PALINDROMICWORD
40. Brit's baby buggy : PRAM
41. Wings, in zoology : ALAE
42. Musical featuring "Tomorrow" : ANNIE
43. Schoolyard snitch's words : IMTELLING
45. Activist Chávez : CESAR
46. English poet laureate Henry James ___ : PYE
47. Millennium divs. : CENS
48. Exclamations of understanding : AHS
49. Reporter's question : WHY
50. Gets the best of, in slang : ACESOUT
54. Tony's "West Side Story" love : MARIA
57. Make sense : ADDUP
59. One in the family, informally : BRO
60. Norwegian king until A.D. 1000 : OLAFI
61. Be dishonest with : LIETO
62. Equal: Prefix : ISO
63. 1/60 fluid dram : MINIM
64. Guiding principle : TENET
65. Repeated machine gun sound : TAT
1. Something good for a Boy Scout? : DEED
2. Stage opening : ACTI
3. Il ___ (Mussolini) : DUCE
4. "Chocolat" actress : LENAOLIN
5. Civil rights leader Medgar : EVERS
6. Results may do this, in commercials : VARY
7. Summer N.Y. hrs. : EDT
8. "___ Miz" : LES
9. Makeup mishap : SMUDGE
10. Sculler's gear : OARS
11. Trucker's record : LOG
12. Vein contents : ORE
13. One in the family, informally : SIS
21. 4:00 P.M., traditionally : TEATIME
22. People of Rwanda : TUTSI
24. Margaret Mead interviewees : SAMOANS
25. Eggnog sprinkling : NUTMEG
26. Rock climbers' spikes : PITONS
27. "The Simpsons" voice man Hank : AZARIA
28. More visibly ashamed : REDDER
29. Brit's "Goodbye!" : PIPPIP
30. G.I.'s org. : USARMY
31. Pontius ___ : PILATE
32. Comic who quipped "Weather forecast for tonight: dark" : CARLIN
33. Lack of experience : RAWNESS
38. Family name in Chicago politics : DALEY
39. Decorative plant holder : CACHEPOT
44. Bar mitzvah toast : LCHAIM
48. Like a 45° or 60° angle : ACUTE
49. Internet cafe connection : WIFI
50. Yemeni port : ADEN
51. Black-bordered news item : OBIT
52. ___ Major : URSA
53. Barfly's binge : TOOT
54. Partner of baseball and apple pie : MOM
55. Induction-refusing boxing champ : ALI
56. Hightailed it : RAN
57. Key near the space bar : ALT
58. Fizzle out : DIE

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