New York Times, Saturday, March 6, 2010

Author: Barry Silk
Editor: Will Shortz
Barry C. Silk
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 28 Missing: {JQVZ} Spans: 4, (2 double stacks) This is puzzle # 45 for Mr. Silk. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. They're highly reflective : IDEAMEN
8. Misses : LASSIES
15. Ned Buntline dime novel subject : BUFFALOBILLCODY
17. Signs of unavailability : ENGAGEMENTRINGS
18. The Iron Horse : GEHRIG
19. Composer Janácek : LEOS
20. It. was part of it : EEC
21. San Francisco street or theater : CASTRO
23. Skeleton part, in Padua : OSSO
24. Defensive end Antwan : ODOM
28. Ski resort forecast : NEWSNOW
30. Crude, slangily : TEXASTEA
32. Paternal relative : AGNATE
36. Beckerman who wrote "Love, Loss and What I Wore" : ILENE
37. Poe title character : PYM
39. "The Hoosier Folk-Child" poet : RILEY
40. Screen setting : CINEMA
42. "Easy now ..." : BEGENTLE
44. Farmwork : TILLAGE
46. #1 honor : GOLD
47. Where lederhosen are worn : ALPS
50. Woolly : LANATE
52. Many a Playbill paragraph : BIO
53. Not baring one's sole? : SHOD
54. Least sound : ILLEST
59. Costs of admissions? : INITIATIONRITES
62. Alaska area almost half the size of Rhode Island : DENALISTATEPARK
63. License : ENTITLE
64. Sequoias, e.g. : TOYOTAS
1. "___ of you ..." : IBEG
2. Sight near a lagoon : DUNE
3. What I will follow : EFGH
4. One way to travel : AFAR
5. Tricks : MAGIC
6. Opposite of coarse : ELEGANT
7. What a person goes by in Paris : NOM
8. Relatives of flies : LINERS
9. City near Horseshoe Curve : ALTOONA
10. Shooters for pros : SLRS
11. High school dept. : SCI
12. Actress Skye and others : IONES
13. Nips : EDGES
14. Food service Fortune 500 company : SYSCO
16. Private consultant to the federal government, in slang : BELTWAYBANDIT
22. Go out very slowly : SEEP
23. Totally dominating : OWNING
24. ___ suspension (ear medication) : OTIC
25. Supermarket work station : DELI
26. Some team members : OXEN
27. Certain portraits of Zola, Chabrier and Mallarmé : MANETS
29. One may put a damsel in distress : OGRE
31. Formal introduction? : SEMI
33. It's high in the Sierras : ALTO
34. Sing : TELL
35. Took in : EYED
38. Bit or hit lead-in : MEGA
41. Cry of respect : ALLHAIL
43. Don : GETINTO
45. Ancient philosopher whose name means "old master" : LAOTSE
47. Brook : ABIDE
48. Like some shirts : LINEN
49. "What's your ___?" : POINT
51. "Viva ___!" : ELREY
53. What may accumulate in the mouth : SILT
55. Slimming option, briefly : LIPO
56. One of 31 in Mexique : ETAT
57. Some medicines : SERA
58. Shows disapproval : TSKS
60. Red sushi fish : TAI
61. Stable particle : OAT

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