New York Times, Friday, September 3, 2010

Author: John Farmer
Editor: Will Shortz
John Farmer
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 33 Missing: {FJQVY} This is puzzle # 25 for Mr. Farmer. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Question the morning after : IDIDWHAT
9. What can be a turnoff? : SPIGOT
15. "That makes two of us" : SAMEHERE
16. "So chic!" : OOLALA
17. Under control : ONALEASH
18. Aids to privacy : BLINDS
19. Sire : BEGETTER
20. Ricky ___, frontman for bluegrass's Kentucky Thunder : SKAGGS
21. Fassbinder film "___: Fear Eats the Soul" : ALI
22. "Hip Hop Is Dead" rapper : NAS
24. What any of the Four Horsemen symbolizes : WOE
25. Jeremiad : RANT
27. It drops on the way home : SINKERBALL
31. Avow : SWEARTO
33. They may have your number : IDCARDS
34. Auto marque of the 1980s-'90s : GEO
35. Total: Abbr. : AMT
36. "See if I care!" : SOSUEME
40. Fault finders? : UMPIRES
44. Far-off discoveries in astronomy : EXOPLANETS
46. "Perpetual Peace" thinker : KANT
47. Prefix with air or field : MID
48. Co-producer of "Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy)" : ONO
49. "... but no more like my father / Than ___ Hercules": Hamlet : ITO
50. Russets, often : IDAHOS
54. Secured the rights to : OPTIONED
58. Paris's partner on "The Simple Life" : NICOLE
59. Fragrant white wine : RIESLING
60. Voice of Moe and Apu on "The Simpsons" : AZARIA
61. Legendary Spanish bullfighter : MANOLETE
62. See 53-Down : LENNON
63. Ropes in : ENSNARES
1. High and low indicators : ISOBARS
2. Part of England in the time of Alfred the Great : DANELAW
3. "___ that!" : IMAGINE
4. Cut : DELE
5. Pique : WHET
6. Fervor : HEAT
7. Hall with a posse : ARSENIO
8. Capital that was the scene of 2009 mass demonstrations : TEHRAN
9. Breaks down : SOBS
10. Annual journalism award, informally : POLK
11. Mother of Romulus and Remus : ILIA
12. More than a turf battle : GANGWAR
13. Cigarette brand that once used the slogan "Not a cough in a carload" : OLDGOLD
14. Part of some strippers' attire : TASSELS
23. Kind of boot : SKI
26. Touch base : TAGUP
27. Tiny opening in a leaf : STOMA
28. Some cheeses : EDAMS
29. Its uniform includes a red serge tunic and a Stetson: Abbr. : RCMP
30. Dyeing art : BATIK
32. Spinner : REEL
36. Formative : SEMINAL
37. Get rusty : OXIDIZE
38. Pop-top spot : SODACAN
39. 1970s Bowie collaborator : ENO
40. Idealist : UTOPIAN
41. Volcano in a national park : RAINIER
42. Understanding : ENTENTE
43. Fuddy-duddies : STODGES
45. It's big in Bordeaux : ENORME
51. Crescent moon feature : HORN
52. Scramble : OLIO
53. With 62-Across, subject of "Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy)" : SEAN
55. Till compartment : TENS
56. "The race ___!" : ISON
57. Bit of pottery : OLLA

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