New York Times, Monday, August 1, 2011

Author: Joel Fagliano
Editor: Will Shortz
Joel Fagliano
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 42 Missing: {FJQX} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Fagliano. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

JimH notes: A work (of ART) progresses through all the 10-letter Across entries starting at the far left and inching over to the far right.
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© 2011, The New York Times
Across Down
1. French-speaking nation in the Americas : HAITI
6. Network with an eye logo : CBS
9. ___ colada : PINA
13. *Eloquent : ARTICULATE
16. "Crazy" bird : LOON
17. *British novelist who wrote "London Fields" : MARTINAMIS
18. Liter or meter : UNIT
19. Crafty : SLY
20. *College near Philadelphia : SWARTHMORE
22. Mets' ballpark until 2008 : SHEA
24. Symbol on Superman's chest : ESS
25. *Having both Republican and Democratic support : BIPARTISAN
30. Degree after an M.A., perhaps : PHD
33. "___ do" ("Not possible") : NOCAN
34. Hot cocoa container, maybe : MUG
35. Japanese "yes" : HAI
36. Unfinished project ... or, literally, what the answers to the eight starred clues contain? : AWORKINPROGRESS
41. Where a bear hibernates : DEN
42. Go kaput : DIE
43. See 40-Down : EARTH
44. Kerfuffle : ADO
45. *National discount store chain : DOLLARTREE
48. Dove's sound : COO
50. Whacked-out mental state : DAZE
51. *Container next to a bowl of cereal : MILKCARTON
56. The last "w" in www : WEB
59. Morales of "NYPD Blue" : ESAI
60. *Like some checks and vendors : THIRDPARTY
63. "Or ___!" (threat) : ELSE
64. *Gradually separated : MOVEDAPART
65. Pictures inked on the body, in slang : TATS
66. Lawn base : SOD
67. Wigwam relative : TEPEE
1. Easter roasts : HAMS
2. Asia's shrinking ___ Sea : ARAL
3. Humble response to a compliment : ITRY
4. Palindromic bird : TIT
5. Here, in 1-Across : ICI
6. Scratch, as a cat might a sofa : CLAWAT
7. Crimson Tide school, for short : BAMA
8. Start to wake up : STIR
9. Prunes, originally : PLUMS
10. Where the Northern Lights occur : IONOSPHERE
11. Dark film genre : NOIR
12. ___ meridiem (morning: Lat.) : ANTE
14. Al who won four Indy 500s : UNSER
15. D.C. winter hrs. : EST
21. Rooster's mate : HEN
22. Train for a boxing match : SPAR
23. Baseball's Hammerin' ___ : HANK
25. Bent at a curtain call : BOWED
26. Antiestablishment figure : ICONOCLAST
27. Urge : IMPEL
28. Spanish "south" : SUR
29. In the past : AGO
31. Hurry : HASTE
32. What everyone brings to a potluck dinner : DISH
33. Nothing : NADA
37. Words before "You may kiss the bride" : IDO
38. Nothing : NIL
39. Saxophonist Stan : GETZ
40. With 43-Across, yttrium or scandium : RARE
45. ___ Martens (shoes) : DOC
46. Loved to pieces : ADORED
47. Corp. creativity department : RANDD
49. Dust Bowl migrants : OKIES
51. Encounter : MEET
52. Jamaica, por ejemplo : ISLA
53. Place to enter a PIN : ATM
54. Letters after pis : RHOS
55. Record for later viewing, in a way : TIVO
56. Shawl, e.g. : WRAP
57. French "to be" : ETRE
58. Tiny part of a computer's memory : BYTE
61. Congratulate nonverbally : PAT
62. King Kong, e.g. : APE

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