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New York Times, Saturday, November 16, 2013

Author:
David Steinberg
Editor:
Will Shortz
1992 chart-topper that mentions "my little turn on the catwalk"
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David Steinberg

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 31 Missing: {J} This is puzzle # 18 for Mr. Steinberg. Saturday freshness: 72%
David Steinberg notes:
I was inspired to construct this themeless, which was submitted and accepted in August 2012, after observing how much more lively fill ... read more
Will Shortz notes:
David Steinberg continues to amaze me. I accepted this puzzle last year, when David was still only 15. On top of that, how does he ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
Amusing how one of David's least favorite entries, ALEYARD, was something I quite liked. Perhaps it brings back the days of drinking ... read more
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© 2013, The New York Times11/16/13 ( No. 23,384 )
Across
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Air protection program? : APPLECARE
10
Italian alternative : RANCH
15
Tight squeeze for a couple? : DOUBLEBED
16
Where Union Pacific is headquartered : OMAHA
17
1992 chart-topper that mentions "my little turn on the catwalk" : IMTOOSEXY
18
Tar : MATEY
19
65-Across's title: Abbr. : DET
20
Evian competitor : NAYA
21
Gun shows? : OATERS
22
A or O, but not B : ALER
24
First name in fashion : RALPH
26
One going for the big bucks : DOE
27
___ Fund Management (investment company) : SOROS
29
Strike-monitoring org. : NLRB
30
Contact on Facebook : POKE
31
Time reversal? : STET
33
Tore to shreds : SAVAGED
35
Diehard sort : ZEALOT
38
Dangerous things to go on : BINGES
39
Long, slender glass for drinking beer : ALEYARD
41
River to the North Sea : TYNE
42
Lowly one : PEON
43
Quarterly magazine published by Boeing : AERO
45
Norwegian Romanticist : GRIEG
49
Anti : CON
50
Sch. in Madison, N.J. : DREWU
52
___ Gunn, "Breaking Bad" co-star : ANNA
53
Killing it : ONFIRE
56
Make a touchdown : LAND
58
Star opening? : TRI
59
Turning blue, maybe : MOLDY
60
Prevent a crash, say : FORCEQUIT
62
Triumphant cry : IRULE
63
"Buy high and sell low," e.g. : BADADVICE
64
Baselines? : XAXES
65
Case worker : INSPECTOR
Down
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Springblade producer : ADIDAS
2
Marmalade fruit : POMELO
3
Green piece : PUTTER
4
Wall Street inits. : LBO
5
___ Musk, co-founder of Tesla Motors and PayPal : ELON
6
Millan who's known as "the Dog Whisperer" : CESAR
7
Temporarily inactive : ABEYANT
8
___ Place (Edmonton Oilers' arena) : REXALL
9
Frozen food aisle eponym : EDY
10
See 11-Down : ROMA
11
She loves, in 10-Down : AMAT
12
"G-Funk Classics" rapper : NATEDOGG
13
Iroquoian tongue : CHEROKEE
14
Provincials : HAYSEEDS
21
"Holy smokes!" : OHBABY
23
Long Island Rail Road station : ROSLYN
25
Old phone trio : PRS
28
Spartan gathering place : STOA
30
Bakery/cafe chain : PANERA
32
Schwab rival : ETRADE
34
Rhames of "Mission: Impossible" : VING
35
Pioneering underground publication of the 1960s : ZAPCOMIX
36
Early tragedienne Duse : ELEONORA
37
1990s sci-fi series : AEONFLUX
40
Alternative to die : DER
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In the direction of : TOWARDS
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Make further advances? : RELOAN
46
Sense : INTUIT
47
Italian P.M. Letta : ENRICO
48
Boot covering : GAITER
51
Open, in a way : UNCAP
54
Kind of threat : IDLE
55
Certain spirits : RYES
57
Frankie Avalon's "___ Dinah" : DEDE
60
Org. with a top 10 list : FBI
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Shopper's choice : QVC

Answer summary:
5 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later.

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