New York Times, Friday, April 30, 2010

Author: Natan Last
Editor: Will Shortz
Natan Last
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: {FJVXZ} Spans: 4, (2 double stacks) This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Last. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Inspiration for Björn Again : ABBA
5. Bob of stand-up comedy : SAGET
10. Waves back? : ECHO
14. It has many functions, briefly : CALC
15. Art center since 1819 : PRADO
16. Risky thing to try in figure skating : QUAD
17. Risky thing to try for on "Jeopardy!" : TRUEDAILYDOUBLE
20. Novel whose title comes from Ecclesiastes : THESUNALSORISES
21. "Doo ___ (That Thing)" (#1 hit for Lauryn Hill) : WOP
22. Nonpro? : CON
23. Heat unit? : LAP
24. Player of Sethe in "Beloved" : OPRAH
26. It might go through a filter : EMAIL
29. Campaign crunch time: Abbr. : OCT
32. Opposite of schadenfreude : PITY
33. Offerer of package plans : UPSSTORE
35. Source of jumbo eggs, in brief : DINO
36. Hound : BESET
38. Complicit with : INON
39. Subject of a Sophocles tragedy : ANTIGONE
41. Result of excessive bending : SNAP
42. Midgets of the 1960s-'70s, e.g. : MGS
43. Gets charged up? : LOADS
45. Hound : POOCH
47. Image on Connecticut's state quarter : OAK
48. ___ out a profit : EKE
50. Main role on "My Big Fat Greek Life" : NIA
51. Justice League member : THEGREENLANTERN
57. Diamond deception : HIDDENBALLTRICK
58. Drive : URGE
59. Gifted individual? : DONEE
60. Fashionista's read, maybe : ELLE
61. Like some bets and patients : SEEN
62. Bottleneck : SNARL
63. Red, e.g., for short : NLER
1. Drama center, often : ACTTWO
2. Lush travel plan? : BARHOPPING
3. Detailed outlines : BLUEPRINTS
4. Hotshots : ACES
5. "Apollo 13" actor Joe : SPANO
6. 1906 Massenet opera : ARIANE
7. Brass : GALL
8. Brand with the flavor Fudge Tracks : EDYS
9. It might include check boxes : TODOLIST
10. Outfit : EQUIP
11. Litter lying around a den : CUBS
12. Fit : HALE
13. Pablo Neruda's "Elemental ___" : ODES
18. Brunswick, e.g., once : DUCHY
19. Grad students often dread them : ORALS
25. Tours "yours" : ATOI
27. Said reflectively : MUSED
28. Make like : APE
29. Debutante who dated J. D. Salinger and Orson Welles : OONAONEILL
30. Crushed corn creation : CROPCIRCLE
31. Total hottie : TEN
34. Martinez of the diamond : TINO
35. Clog : DAM
36. Title holders : BOOKENDS
37. Disney doe : ENA
40. Driving problem : GLARE
41. Ready for retirement : SPENT
44. Bear, say : SELLER
46. Long : HANKER
47. Setting of Hill Air Force Base : OGDEN
49. Lara's son, in DC Comics : KALEL
51. So : THUS
52. Give a name badge, say : HIRE
53. Work (in) : EDGE
54. Like death's dart, in Shakespeare : EBON
55. Family moniker : NANA
56. Tampico track transport : TREN

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