New York Times, Monday, July 26, 2010

Author: Janet R. Bender
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FQ} This is puzzle # 29 for Ms. Bender. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Musical pace : TEMPO
6. Tractor maker John : DEERE
11. Do (up), as a fly : ZIP
14. Bird-related : AVIAN
15. Opposite of exit : ENTER
16. ___ Today (newspaper) : USA
17. County ENE of San Francisco : CONTRACOSTA
19. Was ahead : LED
20. ___ & Tina Turner Revue : IKE
21. Greek H's : ETAS
22. Debate topics : ISSUES
24. Hall-of-Famer Williams : TED
25. End of many U.R.L.'s : COM
26. ___ Easton Ellis, author of "American Psycho" : BRET
27. What a programmer writes : COMPUTERCODE
32. They get an eyeful : OGLERS
35. Take to court : SUE
36. Nutritionists' nos. : RDAS
37. Hit with a hammer : POUND
38. "No ___!" ("Uncle!," in Spanish) : MAS
39. Evenings in Paris : SOIRS
40. Coup d'___ : ETAT
41. Lowest-priced gas grade: Abbr. : REG
42. Japanese religion : SHINTO
43. Monica player on "Friends" : COURTENEYCOX
46. Language in Lahore : URDU
47. Broadcast : AIR
48. China's Three Gorges project : DAM
51. Alternative to a Quarter Pounder : BIGMAC
54. Photographed : SHOT
55. "Yes, madame" : OUI
56. Palindromic girl's name : AVA
57. Winter afflictions : COMMONCOLDS
60. Observer of Yom Kippur : JEW
61. Eating pork, to an observant 60-Across : TABOO
62. Dark, as a room : UNLIT
63. Pose a question : ASK
64. Does' companions : STAGS
65. Irascible : TESTY
1. Implied : TACIT
2. Draw forth : EVOKE
3. Extracted ore : MINED
4. Butter serving : PAT
5. Publicly known : ONRECORD
6. Leave suddenly : DECAMP
7. Grandson of Adam : ENOS
8. Org. that produces college entrance exams : ETS
9. Pensioner : RETIREE
10. Blackboard accessory : ERASER
11. Native of eastern South Africa : ZULU
12. "Oh, right" : ISEE
13. Goalie protectors : PADS
18. Elementary units : ATOMS
23. Largest of the Virgin Islands : STCROIX
26. A/C measures : BTUS
27. Vitamin brand promoted as "Complete from A to Zinc" : CENTRUM
28. Custom : USAGE
29. Chief Norse god : ODIN
30. Missile that might be tipped with curare : DART
31. Old U.S. gas brand : ESSO
32. Source of some of the oil for 31-Down : OPEC
33. Attend : GOTO
34. Hawaiian feast : LUAU
38. It might start with "Starters" : MENU
39. Clever travel suggestion : SHORTCUT
41. British soldier in the American Revolution : REDCOAT
42. Offspring : SCION
44. Political pamphlets : TRACTS
45. Brutes in "Gulliver's Travels" : YAHOOS
48. Ken and Barbie : DOLLS
49. Cheating bookkeeper's fear : AUDIT
50. "Play ___ for Me" : MISTY
51. Lower California, for short : BAJA
52. Burl who won an Oscar for "The Big Country" : IVES
53. Get an eyeful : GAWK
54. Pollution that may sting the eyes : SMOG
58. Deg. from Wharton : MBA
59. Last number in a countdown : ONE

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