New York Times, Friday, April 29, 2011

Author: David Quarfoot
Editor: Will Shortz
David Quarfoot
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 37 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 30 for Mr. Quarfoot. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. TV star who wrote the novel "A Shore Thing," informally : SNOOKI
7. Bass alternative : SAMADAMS
15. Diversion also called MathDoku : KENKEN
16. Common economic indicator : TRADEGAP
17. Start of many a bumper sticker : IHEART
18. Movie format of old : CINERAMA
19. Devoutly wish a drought to end : PRAYFORRAIN
21. Tell : RAT
22. Totality : SUM
23. Civil War side : UNION
24. Puma, e.g. : FELINE
26. Fellow : CHAP
30. Its flag features a grizzly bear: Abbr. : CALIF
34. Parts of doctors' offices : EXAMROOMS
36. Ancient : AGEOLD
38. Game in which all pieces have four components : TETRIS
39. Hotel amenity : SHOWERCAP
43. Quite a spread : FEAST
44. Capital near 10-Down : SANA
45. ___ 2.0, Bill Gates's house : XANADU
47. Sound : VALID
48. Green grp.? : PGA
51. Actress Hagen : UTA
54. It may be assumed : THEPOSITION
57. Kind of mortgage : SUBPRIME
59. Eclipse viewing locale? : CARLOT
60. Some recessions : EBBTIDES
61. Indolent : OTIOSE
62. One making a bust, maybe : DEAAGENT
63. Got a little dirty, in a way : SEXTED
1. Record problems : SKIPS
2. P.M. who was father of another P.M. : NEHRU
3. What the ringing of two bells might signal on a ship : ONEAM
4. Sound : OKAY
5. Tizzy : KERFUFFLE
6. Utter : INTONE
7. Popular tropical destination : STCROIX
8. Big name in the blogosphere : ARIANNA
9. Salon job, for short : MANI
10. Former capital near 44-Across : ADEN
11. Article abroad : DER
12. Culture medium : AGAR
13. With 30-Down, "Dream a Little Dream of Me" singer : MAMA
14. Scrap : SPAT
20. Get to : RILE
25. Health care inits. : EMT
26. Sheep shelter : COTE
27. Wedding ring? : HORA
28. Pals around in Paris? : AMIS
29. Secret indicator : PSST
30. See 13-Down : CASS
31. Old Turkish title : AGHA
32. Provincial capital NW of Madrid : LEON
33. Where I-80 crosses I-35 : IOWA
35. 2010 coinage meaning "to reject" : REFUDIATE
37. Bogart's only horror film title role, 1939 : DRX
40. Troglodytes : CAVEMEN
41. "Au revoir," for example : ANAPEST
42. Alto preceder : PALO
46. Popular hangouts in the late '70s : DISCOS
48. Stove light : PILOT
49. Silly sort : GOOSE
50. Put up : ANTED
51. Drew on : USED
52. Hose, e.g. : TUBE
53. Group whose name combines the first letters of its members' names : ABBA
54. Palin boy : TRIG
55. Skin : HIDE
56. General Mills offering : TRIX
58. Child support, briefly : PTA

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