New York Times, Monday, February 21, 2011

Author: Ed Sessa
Editor: Will Shortz
Edward Sessa
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JX} This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Sessa. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Fistfuls of money : WADS
5. "The World According to ___" : GARP
9. Mistreat : ABUSE
14. Baldwin of "30 Rock" : ALEC
15. Polish/German border river : ODER
16. Ink for a laser printer : TONER
17. Civil rights pioneer Parks : ROSA
18. Game akin to bingo : KENO
19. Mountains in Chile : ANDES
20. He's famous for the words "There's a sucker born every minute" : PHINEASTBARNUM
23. "My Gal ___" : SAL
24. Mohawked actor of "The A-Team" : MRT
25. Bay window : ORIEL
26. Words of solidarity : UNITEDWESTAND
31. Non-earthlings, for short : ETS
32. They: Fr. : ILS
33. Turner who led a slave rebellion : NAT
34. Flavorful citrus parts : ZESTS
37. Commercials : ADS
38. Carries : TOTES
40. "But is it ___?" : ART
41. Mil. command centers : HQS
42. "Cheers" setting : BAR
43. Feature of many Judd Apatow films : GROSSOUTHUMOR
48. ___ New Guinea : PAPUA
49. Paranormal letters : ESP
50. A Gabor sister : EVA
53. 1971 Gay Talese title derived from one of the Ten Commandments : HONORTHYFATHER
56. Tarp, e.g. : COVER
57. Simon & Garfunkel's "___ Rock" : IAMA
58. Mister, in Münster : HERR
59. Fortunate, old-style : BLEST
60. Ruler toppled by the Bolsheviks : CZAR
61. "___ expert, but ..." : IMNO
62. Alternative to Tic Tacs : CERTS
63. "Auld Lang ___" : SYNE
64. Compass points (seen spelled out in 20-, 26-, 43- and 53-Across) : NSEW
1. Gets bent out of shape : WARPS
2. Hi from Don Ho : ALOHA
3. 1950s-'60s TV studio : DESILU
4. Read, as a U.P.C. symbol : SCAN
5. Kiddie racers : GOKARTS
6. "___ Fideles" : ADESTE
7. Landlord's check : RENT
8. Annual games for football's elite : PROBOWLS
9. Some old computers : ATARIS
10. Baby's headgear : BONNET
11. Like a wave : UNDULANT
12. Appear : SEEM
13. Hosp. sites for dire cases : ERS
21. Gives off, as an odor : EMITS
22. Mars : Roman :: ___ : Greek : ARES
27. Human cannonball catcher : NET
28. Performed, biblically : DIDST
29. Scot's refusal : NAE
30. Drunk's affliction, for short : DTS
34. Move after a zig : ZAG
35. Make a wrong move : ERR
36. Pay a visit : STOPOVER
37. Water polo and synchronized swimming : AQUATICS
38. Home of the N.F.L.'s Buccaneers : TAMPA
39. Pizarro's gold : ORO
41. 60 minutes : HOUR
42. Money for a trip across town, say : BUSFARE
44. Least batty : SANEST
45. Water polo and synchronized swimming : SPORTS
46. "Yo!" : HEYMAN
47. Does more tailoring on, as a skirt : REHEMS
51. Jules who pioneered in science fiction : VERNE
52. --> or <-- : ARROW
53. Puncture : HOLE
54. Having a bit of smog : HAZY
55. Skinny : THIN
56. Toronto-based TV network : CBC

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