New York Times, Saturday, June 20, 2009

Author: Brad Wilber
Editor: Will Shortz
Brad Wilber
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 27 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 14 for Mr. Wilber. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Reduced fare? : DIETPLATE
10. Not much : ABIT
14. Writer on pictures : ROGEREBERT
16. Bagels, essentially : TORI
17. Going bonkers for the British? : ANGLOMANIA
18. Eczema treater : ALOE
19. "___ Blues" (track on the Beatles' "White Album") : YER
20. Response to being elbowed, maybe : WASISNORING
22. "Dilbert" character who was reincarnated as his own clone : ASOK
24. Driver's helper : TEE
25. Kind of question : TRIVIA
26. Indicator of high-level staff? : GCLEF
28. Companion for Pan : DRYAD
30. Suffix with 49-Across : ISM
31. Prehistoric stone tool : EOLITH
33. Show great anticipation : SALIVATE
35. Home for a 28-Across : TREE
37. Kachina doll makers : ZUNI
38. Bruiser's display : MACHISMO
42. Maximally balanced : SANEST
46. Professional grp. with its own insurance agency : AMA
47. Visibly elated : LITUP
49. Part of a number : LYRIC
50. Tyke : MOPPET
52. Set-___ : TOS
54. 1924 co-defendant : LOEB
55. Clown : MERRYANDREW
58. General in the Taiping Rebellion : TSO
59. Dramatic honor : OBIE
60. Beige attribute : NEUTRALITY
62. It's folded before dinner : TACO
63. Staged : THEATRICAL
64. Blackmailer in an 1850 novel : HEEP
65. Restive : ILLATEASE
1. Certain hauling fee : DRAYAGE
2. "The Bald Soprano" playwright, 1950 : IONESCO
3. It's stuffed in a restaurant : EGGROLL
4. Letterhead abbr. : TEL
5. Ship part : PROW
6. Paul who won a Golden Globe for "American Graffiti" : LEMAT
7. Brought down : ABASED
8. Surname of three generations of Flemish old masters : TENIERS
9. Solar system discovery of 2003 : ERIS
10. Maker of the Lynx and Jaguar systems : ATARI
11. Where Quechua is spoken : BOLIVIA
12. Writer whose words are twisted? : IRONIST
13. Outcome disallowed by the N.H.L. in 2005 : TIEGAME
15. Victim of terrible teasing : TANTALUS
21. Second, e.g. : ORDINAL
23. Country star Urban : KEITH
27. Kansas mil. reservation with the U.S. Cavalry Museum : FTRILEY
29. Old Fenway nickname : YAZ
32. Waffling : HESITANT
34. Part of some audiophiles' collections : VINYL
36. One making a journey with a gurney : EMT
38. Bigger than big : MAMMOTH
39. Shape shifters? : AMOEBAE
40. Fancy : CAPRICE
41. Best in a one-on-one : OUTDUEL
43. Body art? : EROTICA
44. Followers of some meals : SIESTAS
45. "Drop City" novelist, 2003 : TCBOYLE
48. Way in : PORTAL
51. Before making the cut? : PREOP
53. Option at Sleepy's : SERTA
56. Orange, peach or strawberry product : NEHI
57. Imperfection : WART
61. Interrogator's red-flag raiser : LIE

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