New York Times, Thursday, March 26, 2009

Author: Edward Safran
Editor: Will Shortz
Edward Safran
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {BJQZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Safran. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. What you might push a pushpin in : CORK
5. Dimwit, in Yiddish slang : GOLEM
10. International company with the slogan "Home away from home" : ELAL
14. North African city captured by the Allies in 1942 : ORAN
15. In unison : ASONE
16. 1899 gold rush locale : NOME
17. A la ___ (nearby: Sp.) : MANO
18. David ___ George, British P.M., 1916-22 : LLOYD
19. New growth : TWIG
20. Start of a poem by Emily Dickinson that continues "But God be with the Clown, / Who ponders this tremendous scene" : ALITTLEMADNESS
23. Levels : TIERS
24. Barker of the Cleveland Indians who pitched a perfect game in 1981 : LEN
25. Increases : ADDSTO
28. Refuge for David, in the Bible : DEADSEA
32. Eur. monarchy : NOR
33. Poem, part 2 : INTHESPRING
36. Christmas verse starter : TWAS
38. Radio geek : HAM
39. Former Nebraska senator James : EXON
40. Poem, part 3 : ISWHOLESOME
45. "... ___ he drove out of sight" : ERE
46. Chinese porcelain with a pale green glaze : CELADON
47. Sleep disturbers : ALARMS
49. Sedona maker : KIA
50. Puts in a snug spot : TUCKS
52. Poem, part 4 : EVENFORTHEKING
58. Warren who founded a rental car company : AVIS
59. Chew the scenery : EMOTE
60. Spray target : ODOR
61. Pull-down list : MENU
62. Fix : RIVET
63. It runs parallel to the radius : ULNA
64. Teacher's before-class work : PREP
65. Volume unit : STERE
66. Overbrim (with) : TEEM
1. 1977 best seller set at Boston Memorial Hospital : COMA
2. ___ contraceptive : ORAL
3. Queen of Bollywood : RANI
4. Funnyman Don : KNOTTS
5. Shipping mainstay of the 1600s : GALLEON
6. Physician William : OSLER
7. Appears imminent : LOOMS
8. Singer with the 2008 gold record "And Winter Came ..." : ENYA
9. Acts the yenta : MEDDLES
10. Double ___ : ENTENDRE
11. The worst of times : LOWS
12. "Lucky Jim" novelist, 1954 : AMIS
13. Relay division : LEG
21. South American monkey : TITI
22. ___ tide : NEAP
25. Monkeyshine : ANTIC
26. Divine water : DOWSE
27. Say with two syllables where one would do, say : DRAWL
28. Promotional item : DEMO
29. Philly hoopster : SIXER
30. Extremely large, old-style : ENORM
31. 1985 Meg Tilly title role : AGNES
34. In the past : THEN
35. Is afflicted by : HAS
37. Reorganizes drastically : SHAKESUP
41. Figure in the Edda : ODIN
42. They have no ties : LOAFERS
43. Rain forest implement : MACHETE
44. Sommer of Hollywood : ELKE
48. Try to see : ASKOUT
50. Antique dealer's happy discovery : TROVE
51. Articulate : UTTER
52. Anytime : EVER
53. Melon's site : VINE
54. Drop : OMIT
55. Fallow : IDLE
56. "___ But the Brave" (1965 Sinatra film) : NONE
57. Elderly relative, informally : GRAM
58. Crank (up) : AMP

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