New York Times, Saturday, May 29, 2010

Author: Caleb Madison
Editor: Will Shortz
Caleb Madison
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: {Q} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 14 for Mr. Madison. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Surly TV bartender : MOESZYSLAK
11. Cover lots of ground : ROVE
15. Nervous wreck : BASKETCASE
16. Stricken : EXED
17. It might be evaluated along with the nose : AFTERTASTE
18. Like some pitches : WILD
19. Decks : ADORNS
20. "Bad Boy for Life" performer at the 2004 Super Bowl : PDIDDY
22. It grows during game play : POT
24. Interviewer's invitation : SIT
25. Web forums' ancestor : USENET
26. Dan. preceder : EZEK
28. Author who wrote "Anyone who fights for the future, lives in it today" : AYNRAND
30. 9 to 5, e.g. : RATIO
32. Reggae artist ___-Mouse : EEKA
33. It may be applied: Abbr. : SCI
36. Classic 1978 punk song : IWANNABESEDATED
40. Hardly firm : LAX
41. Abbr. sometimes before a date : ESTD
42. Alcove-hiding hanging : ARRAS
43. Agog : BUGEYED
46. Camposanto Monumentale locale : PISA
47. Eagerly criticize : JUMPON
49. Alma mater for Buzz Aldrin and Kofi Annan: Abbr. : MIT
51. Organ piece : KEY
52. 1950s-'60s left fielder selected for nine All-Star Games : MINOSO
53. Fix à la a farrier : RESHOE
55. Hebrew for "spring" : AVIV
56. How some selling is done : DOORTODOOR
60. Asian of legendary status? : YETI
61. "The Snows of Kilimanjaro" co-star : AVAGARDNER
62. Explanation follower : ISEE
63. They're often ticked after being licked : SORELOSERS
1. Many a mgr. holds one : MBA
2. Yo-yo : OAF
3. Passing burden? : ESTATETAX
4. Slot holder, for short : SKED
5. "2001" characters : ZEROS
6. Powder used in lasers : YTTRIA
7. Like thongs : SCANTY
8. Burns's "The Lovely ___ o' Inverness" : LASS
9. Bermuda hrs. : AST
10. Lock of hair, maybe : KEEPSAKE
11. Go back to the start, in a way : REWIND
12. 6-Down, for one : OXIDE
13. Outback relative : VELDT
14. Dust devil, e.g. : EDDY
21. "Don't mention it" : DENADA
22. Daredevils are often in it : PERIL
23. 1976 Emmy winner for "Evening at Symphony" : OZAWA
25. Actress Mary and musician Midge : URES
27. Branches of some trees : KIN
29. Broke : NEEDY
31. Tops : ONEUPS
33. First of three to be put out : STRIKEONE
34. Let up : CEASE
35. "If you ask me ..." : IDSAY
37. Virtually : ASGOODAS
38. Old Martin bomber : BTEN
39. Creator of the bronze "En Songe" : ARP
43. People may act terribly in it : BMOVIE
44. Surface : EMERGE
45. Situated away from the point of origin : DISTAL
47. Kids : JIVES
48. Ally : UNITE
50. Utter, briefly : THORO
52. Start of a request : MAYI
53. Sound heard before some films start : ROAR
54. 9 to 5, e.g. : ODDS
57. Egg opener? : OVO
58. "___ the towering steep" (anthem lyric) : OER
59. Yards are part of them: Abbr. : RRS

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