New York Times, Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Author: Albert R. Picallo
Editor: Will Shortz
Albert R. Picallo
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {BGJQUZ} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Picallo. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2011, The New York Times
Across Down
1. ID card feature : PHOTO
6. Suffix with human or planet : OID
9. Colorado skiing mecca : ASPEN
14. Some bar wedges : LIMES
15. Code-cracking org. : NSA
16. Ripped off : STOLE
17. Bothered no end : ATEAT
18. *Dining area : CAFETERIA
20. Soft ball brand : NERF
21. *Result of collapsed arches : FLATFEET
22. Outer: Prefix : ECTO
23. Former Common Market inits. : EEC
24. Annie of the comics, e.g. : ORPHAN
27. Greg's sitcom mate : DHARMA
29. O.R. workers : DRS
30. E's value, in Scrabble : ONE
31. Period following homework completion, perhaps : TVTIME
34. Picnic dish : SLAW
35. Unexpected development ... or what the answer to each starred clue contains? : TWISTOFFATE
38. Something a yodeler may hear : ECHO
40. Considered good by Moody's : RATEDA
41. Big lug : APE
42. Jazz trombonist Kid ___ : ORY
44. Tribal emblems : TOTEMS
48. Dee Dee, Tommy, Joey or Johnny of punk : RAMONE
50. Nipper's co. : RCA
52. Former N.B.A. star Nick Van ___ : EXEL
53. *Nevertheless : AFTERALL
55. Artist's "Done!" : FINI
56. *Didn't disturb : LEFTALONE
58. Dish prepared with tongs : SALAD
59. Sign of spring : ARIES
60. Fish-fowl link : NOR
61. Caroline Kennedy, to Ted : NIECE
62. Short-sheeting or T.P.'ing : PRANK
63. Printer's supply : INK
64. "And that's an ___!" : ORDER
1. Made smooth : PLANED
2. Containing state-of-the-art gadgetry : HITECH
3. Code of silence for 35-Down : OMERTA
4. *Song from "No, No, Nanette" : TEAFORTWO
5. Sunrise direction, in Berlin : OST
6. Jacques Tati's "Mon ___" : ONCLE
7. English theologian Watts : ISAAC
8. Off one's rocker : DAFT
9. Fall bloomers : ASTERS
10. Sharply inclined : STEEP
11. Window with an ocean view : PORTHOLE
12. QB Manning : ELI
13. Museum-funding org. : NEA
19. Get an ___ effort : EFOR
21. *Daredevils' doings : FEATS
25. Santa ___ winds : ANA
26. Just out : NEW
28. 1,006, in old Rome : MVI
29. Nimble-fingered : DEFT
32. Modest response to praise : ITRY
33. Emu's extinct cousin : MOA
34. *"It Might as Well Be Spring" musical : STATEFAIR
35. Tony Soprano's group : THEMAFIA
36. *Kind of position : FETAL
37. Hubbub : ADO
38. Makeshift pencil holder : EAR
39. E-file preparer : CPA
42. Focused, at work : ONTASK
43. Fiddler's tune : REEL
45. Banished to Siberia, say : EXILED
46. Threat : MENACE
47. Small burger : SLIDER
49. Quite a lot : OFTEN
50. Yakked away : RANON
51. Bob Cratchit, for one : CLERK
54. Rice-A-___ : RONI
56. Swimmer's workout unit : LAP
57. Blow it : ERR
58. ___-Cat : SNO

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