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New York Times, Saturday, December 18, 2010

Artwork depicted in Dalí's "The Hallucinogenic Toreador"

Author:
Brad Wilber
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Brad Wilber

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 28 Missing: {FWZ} This is puzzle # 22 for Mr. Wilber. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2010, The New York Times12/18/10 ( No. 22,320 )

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Across
1
Aid in deep diving : ECHOSOUNDER
12
One might use Peter Pan, in brief : PBJ
15
"Casino" Golden Globe winner : SHARONSTONE
16
Sch. with a 60-foot "Praying Hands" sculpture : ORU
17
Proverbially newsworthy item : MANBITESDOG
18
Designer of Alabama's Civil Rights Memorial : LIN
19
It displays an array of spikes: Abbr. : EKG
20
Trunk attachment : LIMB
21
Basic drive : LIBIDO
23
Take on : ASSUME
25
Marine muncher on mangrove leaves : MANATEE
26
Explosion producer : IRE
27
Smashes : MEGAHITS
28
Heroine of Inge's "Picnic" : MADGE
31
1986 Indy 500 winner : RAHAL
32
Poule's counterpart : COQ
33
Sparkle : ELAN
34
Opposite of frumpish : NATTY
35
Actor awarded a Distinguished Flying Cross in W.W. II : SABU
36
On-target : APT
37
Deltoid ligament attachment point : TIBIA
38
French frost : GELEE
39
Old Rory Calhoun TV western : THETEXAN
41
Disney character prone to spoonerisms : DOC
42
Period about a decade before the 34-Down : CAMELOT
43
Person in a pool : BETTOR
46
"Saving Fish From Drowning" novelist : AMYTAN
47
Fist pumper's cry : YEAH
48
Spider, Snoopy or Intrepid: Abbr. : LEM
50
Football Hall-of-Famer Huff : SAM
51
Artwork depicted in Dalí's "The Hallucinogenic Toreador" : VENUSDEMILO
54
"Last Train to London" grp. : ELO
55
Financial option upon leaving a job : IRAROLLOVER
56
Father's alma mater: Abbr. : SEM
57
Tag with a message, often : VANITYPLATE
Down
1
Woman in all four "Twilight" novels : ESME
2
R&B's ___ Khan : CHAKA
3
Pays dearly for one's crimes : HANGS
4
Astronomical discovery : ORB
5
Stain : SOILURE
6
Good way to arrive : ONTIME
7
1972 Bill Withers hit : USEME
8
Wreck checker: Abbr. : NTSB
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U.S.N. and U.S.A.F. div. : DOD
10
Ship with devastating cargo : ENOLAGAY
11
Queenly : REGINAL
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Like some platforms : POLITICAL
13
Engagement party? : BRIDETOBE
14
Queenly : JUNOESQUE
22
"Ridiculous!" : BAH
24
Plus or minus, say : SIGN
25
Israel Philharmonic maestro : MEHTA
27
Après-midi follows it : MATIN
28
Places to display cuts : MEATCASES
29
First mate? : ALPHAMALE
30
Intergenerational MTV reality show : DATEMYMOM
31
Home to Mohammed V University : RABAT
34
When William Safire worked at the White House : NIXONERA
35
One may be Protestant : SECT
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Shalom Meir Tower locale : TELAVIV
38
Entered rehab, e.g. : GOTHELP
40
Three-day holiday : TET
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Not just dangerous : DEADLY
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Inebriate : BESOT
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Rival of Yastrzemski for 1960s A.L. batting titles : OLIVA
45
Filled anew, as a flat : RELET
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Chess master Averbakh : YURI
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Hog's desire : MORE
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Book editor Talese : NAN
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CO, e.g.: Abbr. : MOL

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later.

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