New York Times, Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Author: Gregory Philip Butler
Editor: Will Shortz
Gregory Philip Butler
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQUXZ} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Butler. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Beams : RAYS
5. "Nuts!" : PSHAW
10. Had more than a feeling : KNEW
14. Region : AREA
15. Central Florida city : OCALA
16. Singer with a reputation for being self-centered : DIVA
17. Site for a diet of worms? : NEST
18. Wheeling, Cincinnati and Louisville are in it : OHIOVALLEY
20. Longtime Nicaraguan president : DANIELORTEGA
22. Smoked herring : BLOATER
23. Hollywood's Henry, Jane or Peter : FONDA
26. Instrument that's played by turning a crank : BARRELORGAN
29. Shaq's game : BBALL
32. Old Italian coin : LIRA
33. Trio after Q : RST
35. Shoreline flier : ERNE
36. Adorn with jewels : BEGEM
38. It's not butter : OLEO
39. Truck scale unit : TON
40. 1970s Chevy : VEGA
41. Track shapes : OVALS
42. Citrus fruit originally grown in Brazil : NAVELORANGE
46. Director Eastwood : CLINT
47. Eat away at : CORRODE
51. Plot device used in "Freaky Friday" ... or a hint to the interior of 20-, 26- or 42-Across : ROLEREVERSAL
54. Womanish : EFFEMINATE
57. ___ breve (2/2 time) : ALLA
58. Drug unit : KILO
59. Bruce of "Sherlock Holmes" films : NIGEL
60. What a milkmaid holds : TEAT
61. God with a bow and arrow : EROS
62. Utopias : EDENS
63. Creepy-sounding lake name? : ERIE
1. Genre for Smokey Robinson : RANDB
2. "That's ___ shame" : AREAL
3. Kind of question : YESNO
4. Like an appetite that can be fulfilled : SATIABLE
5. Car ___ : POOLER
6. Late NPR newsman : SCHORR
7. "Aquarius" musical : HAIR
8. Very much : ALOT
9. Repeating shape on an oscilloscope : WAVEFORM
10. "Constant Craving" singer : KDLANG
11. Zilch : NIL
12. New Year's ___ : EVE
13. Route : WAY
19. Lead-in to phobia : AGORA
21. List ender : ETAL
24. Alfalfa's girl in "The Little Rascals" : DARLA
25. Photographer Adams : ANSEL
27. "Pomp and Circumstance" composer : ELGAR
28. Golfer's concern : LIE
29. "Wanna ___?" : BET
30. Rodeo bucker : BRONC
31. One for the record books? : ANNAL
34. How-___ : TOS
36. Railway encircling a city : BELTLINE
37. It may be inflated : EGO
38. Think too highly of : OVERRATE
40. Poison : VENOM
41. Purple people eater, e.g. : OGRE
43. Red-eyed birds : VIREOS
44. Winning blackjack combo : ACETEN
45. Dickens's output : NOVELS
48. Physician Sir William : OSLER
49. ___ Lama : DALAI
50. Thrill : ELATE
52. Oklahoma city : ENID
53. Fury : RAGE
54. Barely make, with "out" : EKE
55. It's green year-round : FIR
56. "Alice" waitress : FLO

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