New York Times, Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Author: Julian Lim
Editor: Will Shortz
Julian Lim
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Rows: 16, Columns: 15, Words: 79, Blocks: 44 Missing: {QZ} Spans: 2, (1 double stack) This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Lim. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Disgraced Armstrong : LANCE
6. Energize, informally : AMPUP
11. Movie org. that created a top-100 list from which all of this puzzle's quotes come : AFI
14. Item in a squirrel's hoard : ACORN
15. Duct outflow : TEARS
16. One may play something by this : EAR
17. Memorable movie line spoken by ... Jack Nicholson : HERESJOHNNY
19. Boarding house?: Abbr. : STA
20. Tito of Latin jazz : PUENTE
21. Ulster, e.g. : COAT
22. ... Haley Joel Osment : ISEEDEADPEOPLE
26. Hand-held organizer, briefly : PDA
27. Aromatherapist's supply : OIL
28. Target : AIMAT
31. Flawed, as mdse. : IRREG
34. Bern's river : AAR
37. ... Renée Zellweger : YOUHADMEATHELLO
40. ... Marlon Brando : STELLAHEYSTELLA
41. Digital communication, for short? : ASL
42. Conjure up : EVOKE
43. Many Sylvester Stallone characters : HEMEN
44. Singer DiFranco : ANI
45. Capp and Kaline : ALS
46. ... Greta Garbo : IWANTTOBEALONE
55. Cuckoo : DAFT
56. Cheesy treats : NACHOS
57. Snap, Crackle or Pop : ELF
58. ... Debra Winger (heard but not seen) : ETPHONEHOME
63. 2001 Will Smith biopic : ALI
64. Nautical hazard : SHOAL
65. Victors' shout : WEWON
66. Kinsey topic : SEX
67. Adorable one : CUTIE
68. Many a deli offering : SALAD
1. "Well, ___-di-dah!" : LAH
2. Star pitcher : ACE
3. Hammerfest's locale: Abbr. : NOR
4. Often-filled breakfast food : CREPE
5. Come next : ENSUE
6. Do penance : ATONE
7. Maestro Zubin : MEHTA
8. Like French doors : PANED
9. Mantel piece : URN
10. "Gangnam Style" rapper : PSY
11. There was always a point to what he wrote : AESOP
12. Like some attractions : FATAL
13. Steamed : IRATE
18. President Bartlet of "The West Wing" : JED
21. Mustard, for one: Abbr. : COL
22. Mad magazine's Usual Gang of ___ : IDIOTS
23. Barber who composed "Adagio for Strings" : SAMUEL
24. Some laureates : POETS
25. Pizza slice, often : EIGHTH
26. ___ visit (drops in) : PAYSA
29. Calder Cup rink org. : AHL
30. What "America's Got," on NBC : TALENT
31. Texter's "As I see it ..." : IMHO
32. Stink : REEK
33. Martha a k a the Big Mouth : RAYE
34. Rocker Gregg who married Cher : ALLMAN
35. Alternative form of a gene : ALLELE
36. Dappled horses : ROANS
38. Shipboard crane : DAVIT
39. Shoebox letters : EEE
44. Tiny soldier : ANT
46. Gray matter output : IDEAS
47. 2008 Pixar robot : WALLE
48. Tack on : AFFIX
49. Baked, so to speak : ONPOT
50. Religion founded in Persia : BAHAI
51. Where to learn anglais : ECOLE
52. Philip of "Kung Fu" : AHN
53. Bygone theater chain : LOEWS
54. Milo of "The Verdict" : OSHEA
58. Key to the left of F1 : ESC
59. Ascension Day, e.g.: Abbr. : THU
60. Avian pal of Eeyore : OWL
61. Extinct flightless bird : MOA
62. The ___ [fittingly] : END

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