New York Times, Saturday, June 11, 2011

Author: Gary Cee
Editor: Will Shortz
Gary Cee
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 27 Missing: {JQVXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Cee. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2011, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Service with many followers : TWITTER
8. Kettles, e.g. : MAANDPA
15. Hair-raising stuff? : ROGAINE
16. Where it never rains : INDOORS
17. With 53-Across, classic Kipling poem ending : YOUREABETTERMAN
19. Plane wing component : SLAT
20. Pro team with a horseshoe logo : COLTS
21. Many trial subjects : MICE
22. ___ penny (very common, in British lingo) : TENA
23. "White Writing" painter Mark : TOBEY
24. Penny ___ : ANTE
25. Quagmire : SNARL
27. Unit of fun? : TON
28. Challah form : BRAID
29. Fresh : ANEW
31. Attempt to enter dead space? : SEANCE
32. Kind of identity : ASSUMED
36. Like many gems : FACETED
37. Gershwin's first hit : SWANEE
38. "Ewww!" : YUCK
39. Curve creators : SINES
40. Tangier location: Abbr. : MOR
41. East Coast city where tourism peaks in October : SALEM
46. "___ Is Betta Than Evvah!" (1976 album) : ETTA
47. Creamer who won the 2010 U.S. Women's Open : PAULA
49. In case : LEST
50. Duke's setting: Abbr. : NCAR
51. Talk, talk, talk : RUNON
52. Barneys rival : SAKS
53. See 17-Across : THANIAMGUNGADIN
56. Small, simple flute : TONETTE
57. Casanova's first name : GIACOMO
58. At the movies, say : ONADATE
59. "Without further ado ..." : HERENOW
1. Getaways that people try to get away with : TRYSTS
2. Like some 8-Downs : WOOLEN
3. Creature in a Tennessee Williams title : IGUANA
4. Dental concern : TARTAR
5. Potential play prolonger : TIE
6. Put into 13-Down : ENACT
7. Started over, in a way : REBOOTED
8. One deserving a hand? : MITTEN
9. Apprehensive : ANTSY
10. Suffix with grape : ADE
11. Field work that was award-winning : NORMARAE
12. Ruling : DOMINANT
13. The way things are done : PRACTICE
14. One way to take drugs : ASNEEDED
18. Brachium's end : ELBOW
26. Wings, e.g. : LAMES
28. St. Pauli Girl alternative : BECKS
30. It's between Obama and Robinson : NEE
31. Holder of eggs : SAC
32. Give a thumbs-up : ASSENTTO
33. Activate, in a way : SWITCHON
34. Orange neighbor : SANTAANA
35. Scored due to an error : UNEARNED
36. Leave : FURLOUGH
38. Y.M.C.A. section? : YOUNG
40. River through Toledo : MAUMEE
42. Strasbourg is its capital : ALSACE
43. Bait : LEADON
44. Like the language Kalaallisut : ESKIMO
45. Vt. ski resort : MTSNOW
47. Big name in aircraft engines : PRATT
48. Miss Hannigan's charge, on Broadway : ANNIE
54. Spanish name suffix : ITA
55. Alligator ___ (underwater menace) : GAR

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