New York Times, Thursday, June 28, 2012

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JXZ} This is puzzle # 196 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

JimH notes: Types of TIME FRAME the entire grid.
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Across Down
1. You might give this to someone you don't like : HARD
5. When to have a nosh : SNACK
10. Football break : HALF
14. Baseball brother : ALOU
15. Out of port : TOSEA
16. Requiem Mass word : IRAE
17. Part : ROLE
18. Floppy disk? : PAPERPLATE
20. General Motors product : VOLT
21. Understanding responses : AHS
22. Joined in secret : ELOPED
23. Pond youngster : EFT
24. Rehab problem : DTS
25. Cardinal of Rome? : UNO
26. "Exodus" figure : ARI
27. Calculus calculations : SLOPES
29. Betray, in a way : SNITCHON
31. Letters that should never be published? : TYPOS
32. Temporary gift : LOAN
33. ___ Kong : HONG
34. Window, of sorts ... or a hint to completing 10 answers in this puzzle : TIMEFRAME
37. Rat-___ : ATAT
40. Sistine Chapel chap : ADAM
41. Good grilling? : BARBQ
45. Steps in a salon : RINSINGS
47. French cake : GATEAU
48. Alphabet trio : RST
49. Presidential inits. : DDE
50. Casual greetings : YOS
51. Chorus line kickoff? : TRA
52. "Same here!" : IDOTOO
54. Some condensation : DEW
55. Cambodian cash : RIEL
56. Singer with the 1990 #1 album "To the Extreme" : VANILLAICE
58. Con : ANTI
59. "___ gets halfway around the world ..." : ALIE
60. Apple sales : IMACS
61. Applesauce eponym : MOTT
62. Period for preparation : LEAD
63. Dark hours : NIGHT
64. School recess : PLAY
1. Autumn, typically : HARVEST
2. Without much warmth : ALOOFLY
3. Desk cover : ROLLTOP
4. "I Got You Babe," e.g. : DUET
5. Cathedral facing New York's Rock Center : STPATS
6. ___ Ark : NOAHS
7. Egyptian lowlife? : ASPS
8. Can opener? : CEE
9. 1935 Garbo role : KARENINA
10. University of Hawaii campus locale : HILO
11. Wyoming tribe : ARAPAHO
12. Eventually : LATERON
13. When a zookeeper makes the rounds with a bucket : FEEDING
19. Map (out) : PLOT
24. Lucy's man : DESI
25. Render harmless : UNARM
28. Mrs. ___, "Beauty and the Beast" character : POTTS
29. Sectionals, e.g. : SOFAS
30. Con : CHEAT
32. Dove's perch : LEDGE
35. Instrument in a Picasso painting : MANDOLIN
36. Some Wharton alums : MBAS
37. Flight board listing : ARRIVAL
38. Actress Ashley of "High School Musical" : TISDALE
39. Willa Cather title heroine : ANTONIA
42. Eye cream additive : RETINOL
43. 1970s cop show : BARETTA
44. Focused face-to-face contact : QUALITY
46. Poster subject, maybe : IDOL
47. Advice heeded by a pioneer : GOWEST
50. "Bleah!" : YECCH
53. Even : TIED
54. TV screen meas. : DIAG
55. Up, with "up" : RAMP
57. Ethel Waters's "___ Blue?" : AMI

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