New York Times, Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Author: Barry C. Silk
Editor: Will Shortz
Barry C. Silk
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 47 for Mr. Silk. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2010, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Fresh talk : LIP
4. Female TV dog played by males : LASSIE
10. Alphabet enders, to Brits : ZEDS
14. Letters on a wanted poster : AKA
15. Sitcom pal of 46-Down : ELAINE
16. Plains Indians : OTOE
17. Kitten call : MEW
18. Governing body of a municipality : TOWNCOUNCIL
20. South-of-the-border outlaws : BANDITOS
22. Conductor Zubin : MEHTA
23. 12:50 or 1:50 : TENOF
24. Bay Area law enforcement org. : SFPD
26. 1965 Vivien Leigh movie : SHIPOFFOOLS
29. Gateways or Dells, briefly : PCS
32. Georgia home of the Allman Brothers : MACON
33. Baseball Triple Crown stat : RBI
34. Excellent, slangily : PHAT
35. Safe havens : ARKS
36. Word game ... or a word that can precede the starts of 18-, 26-, 43- and 54-Across : GHOST
38. Suffix for the wealthy : AIRE
39. ___-Ball (arcade game) : SKEE
40. Rawls of R&B : LOU
41. Strait of Hormuz vessel : OILER
42. "The buck stops here" prez : HST
43. Old comics boy with the dog Tige : BUSTERBROWN
46. Rope fiber : JUTE
47. Board game turns : MOVES
48. Briquette residue : ASHES
51. Delivery entrance, maybe : SIDEDOOR
54. Center of attention around a campfire, say : STORYTELLER
57. Palm Treo, e.g. : PDA
58. Deborah of "The King and I" : KERR
59. Deck treatments : STAINS
60. Often-replaced joint : HIP
61. Swing in the breeze : SWAY
62. Hallucinogen-yielding cactus : PEYOTE
63. To this point : YET
1. Souvlaki meat : LAMB
2. Swedish home furnishings chain : IKEA
3. Hockshop receipt : PAWNTICKET
4. Make privy to, as a secret : LETINON
5. Many : ALOTOF
6. Remove, as a branch : SAWOFF
7. Confessional list : SINS
8. Abbr. in co. names : INC
9. Fair-hiring letters : EEO
10. Like most urban land : ZONED
11. Impress deeply : ETCH
12. Two-thirds of D.I.Y. : DOIT
13. Ward of "The Fugitive," 1993 : SELA
19. Stereotypically "blind" officials : UMPS
21. Topple from power : DEPOSE
24. Cries out loud : SOBS
25. Move like a moth : FLIT
26. Box-office hit : SMASH
27. Pays attention : HARKS
28. "Are you in ___?" : OROUT
29. Field of Plato and Aristotle : PHILOSOPHY
30. Rod with seven batting championships : CAREW
31. Howard of satellite radio : STERN
34. Like sorted socks : PAIRED
36. Market surplus : GLUT
37. Nozzle site : HOSE
41. "Heads" side of a coin : OBVERSE
43. At it : BUSY
44. The Brat Pack's Estevez : EMILIO
45. Porcupine or gopher : RODENT
46. Former boyfriend of 15-Across : JERRY
48. Queries : ASKS
49. Ratatouille or ragout : STEW
50. Bar mitzvah dance : HORA
51. Leave in stitches : SLAY
52. Occasionally punted comics canine : ODIE
53. Totally absorbed : RAPT
55. Dose amt. : TSP
56. Summer on the Seine : ETE

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