New York Times, Friday, April 9, 2010

Author: Ned White
Editor: Will Shortz
Ned White
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 27 Missing: {PVXZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. White. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Flower-scented refresher : JASMINETEA
11. P.D. personnel : SGTS
15. Flimflam's antithesis : SQUAREDEAL
16. Drink in a sippy cup : WAWA
17. Longtime battler of the Mongols : BUCKROGERS
18. Antony's love : AMOR
19. It flows through Knottingley : AIRE
20. Chicago Sting's org. : NASL
21. Writer who created Shrek : STEIG
22. Court figure : CLERK
24. Word with pain or treatment : ROYAL
26. Support at the top? : BRA
27. Pain : HASSLE
29. They utilize high bands : FMRADIOS
31. World leader whose full name included Abdel twice : ARAFAT
33. Catering hall sights : URNS
34. Changing places with swimmers? : CABANAS
38. Rat : SOANDSO
40. Hit from the 1997 album "Surfacing" : ADIA
41. Subs : SITSIN
43. Gets information from, in a way : DEBRIEFS
45. Sweetens : SUGARS
50. Fighting something, say : ILL
51. Like jerky : DRIED
53. Sign of availability : TOLET
54. Sanctuaries : LAIRS
56. Second-century year : CLII
58. Locale of the radial notch : ULNA
59. Pet problem : LICE
60. Alternative to alternative : MAINSTREAM
62. "As You Like It" servant : ADAM
63. One who used to go clubbing? : TROGLODYTE
64. Hanna-Barbera productions : CELS
65. Spots : SETSEYESON
1. "Original father of harmony," per Beethoven, briefly : JSBACH
2. Heavenly neighbor of Scutum : AQUILA
3. Former Ecuadorean money : SUCRES
4. Production team? : MAKERS
5. Like some cheap mdse. : IRR
6. It's noble : NEON
7. Guest in a library : EDGAR
8. Galls : TEESOFF
9. What a priest may say shortly after waking up : EARLYMASS
10. Lyricist Dubin and others : ALS
11. Clock : SWAT
12. Snipe, e.g. : GAMEBIRD
13. Some vintage clubs : TWOIRONS
14. Floating brown algae : SARGASSO
21. 1970s kidnapping grp. : SLA
23. Group in the Bogart film "Black Legion" : KLAN
25. Historical region on the Strait of Dover : ARTOIS
28. One way to take back one's words? : ERASER
30. Grayish brown : DUN
32. "Whatever" : ASIFICARE
34. Something that's the most luxurious of its kind : CADILLAC
35. Capital on Gulf St. Vincent : ADELAIDE
36. Like some thoroughly examined passages : BIBLICAL
37. River past Solothurn : AAR
39. "Everybody Loves ___" (Johnny Cash title track) : ANUT
42. He wrote "I will show you fear in a handful of dust" : TSELIOT
44. They're often needed to go clubbing : IDS
46. 100 centimes : GOURDE
47. Where semis aren't typically seen : ALLEYS
48. Opera character who sings "Eri tu" : RENATO
49. A bee may be on it : STAMEN
52. Minor accident results : DINGS
55. Phenomena after retiring : REMS
57. It's often volcanic : ISLE
60. They're often volcanic: Abbr. : MTS
61. Transformer, e.g. : TOY

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