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New York Times, Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Author:
Brendan Emmett Quigley and Joel Fagliano
Editor:
Will Shortz
Newspaper puzzle suggested by this crossword's shaded squares
TotalDebutLatestCollabs
1908/7/19963/6/202219
SunMonTueWedThuFriSatVariety
385152019502716
RebusCircleScrabblePOW
521.632
Brendan Emmett Quigley
TotalDebutLatestCollabs
6810/22/20097/30/20206
SunMonTueWedThuFriSatVariety
17912911325
RebusCircleScrabblePOW
351.6412
Joel Fagliano

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 80, Blocks: 46 Missing: none – this is a pangram. This is puzzle # 167 for Mr. Quigley. This is puzzle # 43 for Mr. Fagliano.
Notepad: In the print and web version of this puzzle, four arithmetic symbols appear in the grid following certain clue numbers (2÷, 5-, 11+, 42x).
Constructor notes:
JOEL: I came up solving Brendan's puzzles, so it was really cool to make one with him. Even though I'm listed as a co-constructor ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
A totally gonzo puzzle today, a crossword meant to evoke a KENKEN. It's been a while since I did a KENKEN puzzle, but it was fun to ... read more
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© 2015, The New York Times11/3/15 ( No. 24,101 )
Across
1
Off the shelves : GONE
5
Boys in Baja : NINOS
10
Lines on a 64-Across: Abbr. : STS
13
Golfer Bob or his golfing son Kevin : TWAY
14
Pollute : BEFOUL
15
1954's Battle of Dien Bien ___ : PHU
16
Eleven en français : ONZE
17
Relative of euchre : ECARTE
18
Riddle-me-___ : REE
19
Christmas feature? : SILENTT
21
Mars or Neptune : DEITY
23
Letter after 11-Down : IOTA
24
"Why, I ___ ..." : OUGHTA
26
Actor Thomas of "Me and Earl and the Dying Girl" : MANN
28
Gets the family back together : REUNES
30
Surprisingly enough : NOLESS
32
Author Leon : URIS
33
Place to get a wrap : SPA
36
Open a tad : AJAR
37
Sausage served with kraut : WURST
39
Gainsborough's "The Blue Boy" and others : OILS
40
Came out on top : WON
41
Tool that raises a guitar's pitch : CAPO
42
Name used by five popes : SIXTUS
44
Rain boot : GALOSH
46
Appear : SEEM
47
Newspaper puzzle suggested by this crossword's shaded squares : KENKEN
49
All squared up : EVEN
51
Chef's hat : TOQUE
52
It's on the house : FREEBIE
55
___ de parfum : EAU
56
Subject of three laws of Newton : MOTION
59
"Yikes!" : EGAD
61
U.S. women's soccer star Krieger : ALI
62
Captured, as fish : INANET
63
Republican strategist Karl : ROVE
64
Uber app feature : MAP
65
Horizontal lines on graphs : XAXES
66
Increased : GREW
Down
1
Old Pontiac muscle car : GTO
2
Has : OWNS
3
Frequent enemy in comics set in the 1940s : NAZI
4
Bad thing to cry over? : EYELINER
5
Bee food : NECTAR
6
___ all possible : IFAT
7
Negative conjunction : NOR
8
Completely asleep : OUT
9
Tools used to break concrete : SLEDGES
10
Nautical pole : SPRIT
11
Letter before 23-Across : THETA
12
Chop ___ : SUEY
14
Crooked : BENT
20
Time since the Big Bang : EONS
22
Quizzical sounds : EHS
24
What we have : OURS
25
Syllabus divisions : UNITS
26
Magical power : MOJO
27
Singer Jackson with 26 #1 country hits : ALAN
29
French money : EUROS
30
Opposite of "Yer durn tootin'!" : NAW
31
Geographic depression : SWALE
33
Listing in a browser history : SITE
34
Professor ___, Clue suspect : PLUM
35
Fool : ASS
38
Agreed-___ : UPON
39
Actress Catherine of "Dynasty" : OXENBERG
41
Betty Crocker product : CAKEMIX
43
"That makes sense" : ISEE
44
Prey for a lion : GNU
45
Protagonists : HEROES
47
Australian "bear" : KOALA
48
Outfit : EQUIP
50
Volcano's opening : VENT
51
Pick in an office pool, maybe : TEAM
52
Not just a slap on the wrist : FINE
53
Frankenstein's aide : IGOR
54
Gutter locale : EAVE
57
"___ scale from 1 to 10 ..." : ONA
58
Subject for Grover Norquist : TAX
60
Morning moisture : DEW

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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