New York Times, Thursday, November 19, 2009

Author: Tyler Hinman and Jeremy Horwitz
Editor: Will Shortz
Tyler Hinman
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Jeremy Horwitz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 28 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 18 for Mr. Hinman. This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Horwitz. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2009, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Like some jackets : LINED
6. Symbol in a Riemann sum : SIGMA
11. Introspective question : AMI
14. It joins I-10 in Jacksonville and I-90 in Boston : USONE
15. Doesn't give up without a fight : TRIES
16. ___ juice (milk) : MOO
17. "Z" director, 1969 : COSTAGAVRAS
19. Word of praise in Paris : BON
20. Kimberly-Clark brand : KLEENEX
21. Soave, for one : DRYWINE
23. "Totally" : IAGREE
24. Spats : QUARRELS
25. Some honor society letters : ETAS
26. Tan : WHUP
28. Old Greek dialect : IONIC
29. Spanish chess piece : REY
30. Hot drink : CHAI
31. "Are you game?" : WANTTO
32. "M" director, 1931 : FRITZLANG
34. El Paso neighbor : JUAREZ
37. Developer's needs, for short : NEGS
38. Big chunk of money : WAD
41. Cause of an awakening : APNEA
42. Italy's L'___ Vogue magazine : UOMO
43. Something you always need directions to use? : VANE
44. Some Beverly Hills tourist purchases : STARMAPS
46. "Taken" star, 2008 : NEESON
48. Injuriously annoys : MOLESTS
49. Try to steal the basketball, say : REACHIN
50. Google had one in 2004: Abbr. : IPO
51. "W." director, 2008 : OLIVERSTONE
53. Tiresome sort : NAG
54. Out of it : DAZED
55. "___ has no age": Picasso : YOUTH
56. Places to act quickly, for short : ERS
57. Plant ___ (give an idea) : ASEED
58. Museum-loving : ARTSY
1. More Irish? : LUCKIER
2. Quarantine : ISOLATE
3. Posy : NOSEGAY
4. Steps in : ENTERS
5. Silas of the Continental Congress : DEANE
6. Record label whose house band was Booker T. & the M.G.'s : STAX
7. Hip-hop producer Gotti : IRV
8. Encircle with a belt : GIRDUP
9. Anne whose real-life husband played her ex on "Rhoda" : MEARA
10. Hearers of Jonah's prophecy : ASSYRIANS
11. All around : AMBIENT
12. Like the forest in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" : MOONLIT
13. "Le Rhinocéros" playwright Eugène : IONESCO
18. "Aw, shucks" : GEEWHIZ
22. Double-cross, e.g. : WRONG
24. Subway alternative : QUIZNOS
27. It should go on a head : HAT
30. A&W beverage : CREAMSODA
31. One who may be in charge of a team : WAGONER
32. Partner in many a French company : FRERE
33. NASA moon lander : LEM
34. Disney princess : JASMINE
35. Adequate for the job : UPTOPAR
36. Cousins : ANALOGS
38. Complete failure : WASHOUT
39. Picks for a position : ANOINTS
40. Brian of "First Blood" : DENNEHY
42. Enlarge : UPSIZE
43. What an arrow may represent : VECTOR
45. Titan who fetched apples for Hercules : ATLAS
47. Breeze on a college campus : EASYA
49. Comedian Foxx : REDD
52. Civic center? : VEE

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