New York Times, Friday, February 8, 2013

Author: Barry C. Silk
Editor: Will Shortz
Barry C. Silk
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 27 Missing: {FJQ} This is puzzle # 74 for Mr. Silk. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2013, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Heavenly measurement : AZIMUTH
8. Be unable to stand : DESPISE
15. Primary figure : NOMINEE
16. Hand sanitizer ingredient : ETHANOL
17. Five-star : TOPLINE
18. Against all standards of decency : WRONGLY
19. 1964 album that was #1 for 11 weeks : MEETTHEBEATLES
21. Political blogger Klein : EZRA
22. Sound : HALE
23. What many an amusement park has : THEME
24. Projecting corner : COIGN
26. Johnny Fever's station : WKRP
28. Old laborer : ESNE
29. Hide : HOLEUP
31. Fielding percentage factor : ERROR
33. Yogi's sounds : OMS
34. London's ___ Palace : KEW
36. Corral O.K.? : YEP
37. 3-D picture producer : MRI
40. It may be seen with a 37-Across : HEART
42. Capital on the Sava River : ZAGREB
44. 2002 Literature Nobelist Kertész : IMRE
47. Michael Jordan teammate Steve : KERR
49. Break in concentration : LAPSE
50. Scratch : MOOLA
52. What a bottom may be on top of : SEAT
54. Religious leader with a pet elephant : LEOX
55. Jack regarded as an object of devotion : ALMIGHTYDOLLAR
58. Like orthorhombic crystals : BIAXIAL
59. Not recognizable by : ALIENTO
61. Rattle : UNNERVE
62. Hijack, maybe : REROUTE
63. What might be treated with vitamin A megadoses : MEASLES
64. One with a booming voice : STENTOR
1. Minute marcher? : ANT
2. Car ad catchphrase : ZOOMZOOM
3. Threatens : IMPERILS
4. Car ad datum : MILEAGE
5. Soldier's assignment : UNIT
6. Like the Mets in every season from 1962 to 1965 : TENTH
7. Act like an ass : HEEHAW
8. Bramble with edible purple fruit : DEWBERRY
9. To be very far away? : ETRE
10. Sty youngster : SHOAT
11. Apple product before Tiger : PANTHER
12. It's spoken in los Estados Unidos : INGLES
13. Grave : SOLEMN
14. The Republican Guard guards it : ELYSEE
20. Sommer of Hollywood : ELKE
21. Returned waves? : ECHO
25. Zap : NUKE
27. W., once : PREZ
30. Mountain climber's conquest : PEAK
32. Australian export : OPAL
35. Puts a hold on, say : WRESTLES
37. Mascot since 1916 : MRPEANUT
38. Employ as plan B : RESORTTO
39. Bearded mountain climber : IBEX
40. Slinkys, e.g. : HELIXES
41. Loser in war, usually : TREY
43. Spanish Main crosser : GALLEON
44. Declaration after "Hallelujah" : IMABUM
45. Illinois home of the John Deere Pavilion : MOLINE
46. Curia ___ (body assisting the pope) : ROMANA
48. Storm trackers : RADARS
51. "Image of ___" (1960 hit by the Safaris) : AGIRL
53. Flat sign : TOLET
56. Experience : HAVE
57. Old Italian capital : LIRE
60. Anthem preposition : OER

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