New York Times, Friday, July 8, 2011

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 27 Missing: {FQVX} This is puzzle # 148 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Like some nationalism : PANARAB
8. Fruit-filled snack : JAMTART
15. 30°, for 0.5 : ARCSINE
16. Hoards : AMASSES
17. Crystal-rubbing type : NEWAGER
18. Gets by : MAKESDO
19. The great Gatsby : JAY
20. Tall bloomer with candelabra-shaped branches : SAGUARO
22. One of two opposing forces : YIN
23. A.M.A. member?: Abbr. : AMER
25. Fix, as a bowline : RETIE
26. What some performers lip-sync in : DRAG
27. Shower scenes? : BATHS
29. Córdoba's land: Abbr. : NIC
30. "The Pearl Fishers" soprano : LEILA
31. Droid's rival : IPHONE
33. School paper a student shouldn't write himself : LATEPASS
35. They deliver : MOMS
37. One taking a pounding : NAIL
38. Footballer who co-starred in "The Dirty Dozen" : JIMBROWN
42. Winter fishing aid : ICESAW
46. Has left the office, e.g. : ISOUT
47. Prefix with sensitive : ECO
49. Breakout company : ATARI
50. Telecom hookups : LANS
51. Flock members : LAICS
53. Frugivorous creatures of sci-fi : ELOI
54. Knight who hosts a country music radio show : LIA
55. Soprano Josephine : BARSTOW
57. Plus exercise : SUM
58. They're often flashed : IDCARDS
60. Amontillado's darker relative : OLOROSO
62. Cutting down : ONADIET
63. Barely touched, as a meal : POKEDAT
64. Plus or minus : NONZERO
65. Commensurate : INSCALE
1. Most-spoken language in Pakistan : PANJABI
2. Hostel handout : AREAMAP
3. "Mowing" painter, 1907 : NCWYETH
4. "___ precaution ..." : ASA
5. Hard-to-park vehicles : RIGS
6. Close, once : ANEAR
7. Norway's second-largest city : BERGEN
8. Many a dreaded native? : JAMAICAN
9. To love, Italian-style : AMARE
10. "Shortfin" or "longfin" fish : MAKO
11. 24th Russian letter : TSE
12. Old Fertile Crescent land : ASSYRIA
13. Tries to get through anew : REDIALS
14. Whom Kerry succeeded in the U.S. Senate : TSONGAS
21. Sewage co., e.g. : UTIL
24. Yellow feature of Brazil's flag : RHOMBUS
26. Drain : DEPLETE
28. Bull's sound : SNORT
30. Big name in lenses : LEICA
32. Alternative style to goth : EMO
34. ___ sabaki (martial arts movement) : TAI
36. Certifies : SWEARSTO
38. Imaginary number? : JILLION
39. Emphatic refusal : ISAIDNO
40. Dweller around Port Hercules : MONACAN
41. Show with a "Los Angeles" spinoff : NCIS
43. Stain-removing stuff : SALSODA
44. Kinsey Institute subject : AROUSAL
45. Modern-day video game controller : WIIMOTE
48. Ink jet producers? : OCTOPI
51. Dockworker : LADER
52. One of the Seven Sages of Greece : SOLON
55. Cracker topper : BRIE
56. Vessels seen over fires : WOKS
59. Shop dresser : ADZ
61. Abbr. next to a blinking light on a camcorder : REC

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