New York Times, Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Author: Jeffrey Wechsler
Editor: Will Shortz
Jeffrey Wechsler
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Rows: 16, Columns: 14, Words: 70, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 4 Featured Will Shortz favorite This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Wechsler. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Telltale sign : TIPOFF
7. Stick in one's ___ : CRAW
11. Paid no attention to : TUNEDOUT
13. Protection : AEGIS
15. With 23-Across, famous "opening" line : ABANDONALLHOPE
17. Heavy coats : FURS
18. Respectful acts : HOMAGES
19. Rapper ___ Rida : FLO
20. Says "Nice job!" to : PRAISES
23. See 15-Across : YEWHOENTERHERE
28. "Given the situation ..." : ASITIS
29. Alberto VO5 product : GEL
30. With 35-Across, source of 15-/23-Across : DIVINE
32. Support for an ear of corn : STALK
34. "Olympia" artist : MANET
35. See 30-Across : COMEDY
37. Belief system : ISM
38. Like 10, but not X : ARABIC
40. 15-/23-Across location : THEGATESOFHELL
46. "England hath long been mad, and scarr'd ___": Richmond in "King Richard III" : HERSELF
47. Lost soldier, briefly : MIA
48. Hall providing entertainment : ARSENIO
51. "Dear" columnist : ABBY
52. Creator of 30-/35-Across : DANTEALIGHIERI
56. Family name in early violin-making : AMATI
57. "Our Miss Brooks" star of 1950s TV : EVEARDEN
58. Like two peas in ___ : APOD
59. Emphasize : STRESS
1. Tiny biological channel, as in the kidney : TUBULE
2. Aligned : INAROW
3. Waterman products : PENS
4. Weird : ODD
5. ___ dog (Chinese breed) : FOO
6. Playfulness : FUN
7. Not so stormy : CALMER
8. Go over and over, as arguments : REHASH
9. Spellbound : AGOG
10. Cinematic scene-changer : WIPE
11. Chewy confection : TAFFY
12. Captain Cook landfall of April 1769 : TAHITI
14. His or her: Fr. : SES
16. Comes up short, say : LOSES
20. Suggest : POSIT
21. Restraint : REIN
22. Amount of money that can be raised? : ANTE
24. "What will you ___?" : HAVE
25. "Zounds!" : EGAD
26. Depend (on) : RELY
27. Yellowstone roamer : ELK
30. -- : DASH
31. "I didn't know I had it ___!" : INME
32. Knucklehead ___, Paul Winchell dummy of old TV : SMIFF
33. Lab ___ : TECH
34. Alex Doonesbury's school, for short : MIT
35. Lawyer's assignment : CASE
36. Silver coin of ancient Greece : OBOL
38. Open-air lobbies : ATRIA
39. Fix, as a boot : RESOLE
41. ___ blaster : GHETTO
42. Classic tale in dactylic hexameter : AENEID
43. Some Iraq war reporters : EMBEDS
44. Cuba ___ (rum highballs) : LIBRES
45. Store, as supplies : LAYIN
48. Org. that promotes sugarless gum : ADA
49. Blue-skinned deity : RAMA
50. Jacket fastener : SNAP
51. Suffix with Frigid- : AIRE
53. Hosp. hookups : IVS
54. Acquire : GET
55. Raucous laugh syllable : HAR

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