New York Times, Saturday, June 14, 2008

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 62, Blocks: 33 Missing: {JQXYZ} This is puzzle # 125 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2008, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Modern coinage meaning intuition without regard to facts : TRUTHINESS
11. Pop group that inspired a 2001 Broadway musical : ABBA
15. Can still get : HASASHOTAT
16. Some strays : CURS
17. Better : AMELIORATE
18. YouTube offering : CLIP
19. 1867 book subtitled "Kritik der politischen Ökonomie" : DASKAPITAL
20. River forming the eastern border of Charlemagne's empire : ELBE
21. Kansan or Coloradan : INLANDER
23. Cautious gamblers : PIKERS
28. Movie set? : ACTORS
29. Form a league : FEDERATE
31. Saul Bellow's March : AUGIE
32. Life choices : CAREERS
33. Like many a parked vehicle : GARAGED
35. City near Boston : ACTON
36. Nudists : ADAMITES
38. Less of an illusion : REALER
40. Left out : ELIDED
41. Flight field : AVIONICS
43. "The King and I" film director : LANG
44. Displaying : SHOWCASING
52. Others, to Octavian : ALII
53. Best-selling 2003 Khaled Hosseini novel, with "The" : KITERUNNER
54. Old character : RUNE
55. By a certain measure : INONESENSE
56. Modern storage units, briefly : MEGS
57. Subjective side-by-side comparisons : TASTETESTS
1. "A Child Is Born" trumpeter Jones : THAD
2. Arthur C. Clarke's "Rendezvous With ___" : RAMA
3. Runs through : USES
4. Cheap commodity? : TALK
5. Dynasty before the Shang : HSIA
6. Co. that bought Applebee's in 2007 : IHOP
7. Seaweed wrapped around sushi : NORI
8. Proponent of strong governmental control : ETATIST
9. Character in Twain's "The Mysterious Stranger" : SATAN
10. ___ Maris (title of the Virgin Mary) : STELLA
11. Underline : ACCENTUATE
12. Attacked with fierceness and anger : BULLDOGGED
13. Boodlers' acts : BRIBERIES
14. Smeared : ASPERSED
22. Tick, e.g. : ACARID
23. Connected (to) : PERTAINING
24. What schools have : IDEOLOGIES
25. One of the Wayans brothers : KEENEN
26. Trip : ERR
27. Literally, "scraped" : RASA
29. It might not indicate true worth : FACEVALUE
30. It's the same in Paris : EGAL
32. Thing that'll deter someone from taking a ride : CARALARM
34. "___ right?" : AMI
37. Diplomat and Adventurer : DESOTOS
39. Live dangerously, maybe : RISKIT
42. Kind of doll : CHINA
45. Took a turn : WENT
46. Micmac relative : CREE
47. Where to find the Wienerwald: Abbr. : AUST
48. N.F.L. offensive guard Chris : SNEE
49. Cozy retreats : INNS
50. Cozy retreat : NEST
51. Hurdles for some srs. : GRES

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