New York Times, Monday, June 15, 2009

Author: John Dunn
Editor: Will Shortz
John Dunn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QXZ} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Dunn. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2009, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Trap : SNARE
6. Actress Stapleton of "All in the Family" : JEAN
10. Way off : AFAR
14. "The Goose That Laid the Golden Eggs" writer : AESOP
15. The Bruins of the N.C.A.A. : UCLA
16. ___ Valley, Calif. : SIMI
17. "Portnoy's Complaint" author : PHILIPROTH
19. Quick cut : SNIP
20. Word after Web or camp : SITE
21. Geological stretch : EON
22. Hosiery hue : BEIGE
23. Founder of the Christian Broadcasting Network : PATROBERTSON
27. What oil cleanups clean up : SPILLS
30. Make ashamed : ABASH
31. Silver or platinum : METAL
32. Italian and French bread? : EUROS
34. Escape : LAM
37. "Duck soup!" : EASY
38. Promoters ... or a description of 17-, 23-, 46- and 57-Across? : PRMEN
39. It may hold back the sea : DIKE
40. Flight info : ETA
41. Twists out of shape : WARPS
42. Russian revolutionary with a goatee : LENIN
43. Old office note taker : STENO
45. Bank (on) : DEPEND
46. "Le Déjeuner des Canotiers" painter : PIERRERENOIR
50. Billy Crystal or Whoopi Goldberg for the Oscars, often : EMCEE
51. Perjure oneself : LIE
52. Currier's partner in lithography : IVES
56. "Phooey!" : DARN
57. He didn't really cry "The British are coming!" : PAULREVERE
60. Matured : AGED
61. Ferris wheel or bumper cars : RIDE
62. Three wishes granter : GENIE
63. Tennis do-overs : LETS
64. Poetical tributes : ODES
65. Willow for wicker : OSIER
1. Drains : SAPS
2. Classic soft drink : NEHI
3. With 41-Down, seemingly : ASIT
4. Be a wizard or an elf, say, in Dungeons & Dragons : ROLEPLAY
5. Prefix with center : EPI
6. One of 12 at a trial : JUROR
7. Commercial prefix with Lodge : ECONO
8. Computer key abbr. : ALT
9. "I'll pass" : NAH
10. Stock, bank deposits, real estate, etc. : ASSETS
11. Where winners are often photographed : FINISHLINE
12. Friend in a sombrero : AMIGO
13. Mature : RIPEN
18. No ___ Allowed (motel sign) : PETS
22. They're worn under blouses : BRAS
24. The works : ALL
25. Reveals : BARES
26. Deep black : EBON
27. "Peter Pan" pirate : SMEE
28. Mulching matter : PEAT
29. "Mum's the word!" : ITSASECRET
32. Misplay, e.g. : ERROR
33. Official behind a catcher : UMP
35. Related (to) : AKIN
36. Repair : MEND
38. Window section : PANE
39. Takes away from, with "of" : DEPRIVES
41. See 3-Down : WERE
42. Luau gift : LEI
44. Stock analysts study them : TRENDS
45. Activist : DOER
46. Piano part : PEDAL
47. Concern of 38-Across : IMAGE
48. Escape from : ELUDE
49. "Frasier" character : NILES
53. Start of Caesar's boast : VENI
54. Buffalo's county : ERIE
55. Clairvoyant : SEER
57. Golf lesson provider : PRO
58. Relief : AID
59. Kind of trip for the conceited : EGO

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