It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker. Please consider supporting our site by purchasing an account.
This web browser is not supported. Use Chrome, Edge, Safari, or Firefox for best results.

New York Times, Friday, April 29, 2011

Author:
David Quarfoot
Editor:
Will Shortz
TotalDebutLatestCollabs
416/18/200412/4/20147
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
101021720
ScrabbleRebusCirclePangram
1.61203
David Quarfoot

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 37 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 30 for Mr. Quarfoot. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
1
S
2
N
3
O
4
O
5
K
6
I
7
S
8
A
9
M
10
A
11
D
12
A
13
M
14
S
15
K
E
N
K
E
N
16
T
R
A
D
E
G
A
P
17
I
H
E
A
R
T
18
C
I
N
E
R
A
M
A
19
P
R
A
Y
F
O
20
R
R
A
I
N
21
R
A
T
22
S
U
M
23
U
N
I
O
N
24
F
E
L
I
N
25
E
26
C
27
H
28
A
29
P
30
C
31
A
32
L
33
I
F
34
E
X
A
M
35
R
O
O
M
S
36
A
G
E
O
L
37
D
38
T
E
T
R
I
S
39
S
H
O
W
E
R
40
C
41
A
42
P
43
F
E
A
S
T
44
S
A
N
A
45
X
A
N
A
46
D
U
47
V
A
L
I
D
48
P
49
G
50
A
51
U
52
T
53
A
54
T
55
H
E
P
O
S
I
56
T
I
O
N
57
S
U
B
58
P
R
I
M
E
59
C
A
R
L
O
T
60
E
B
B
T
I
D
E
S
61
O
T
I
O
S
E
62
D
E
A
A
G
E
N
T
63
S
E
X
T
E
D
© 2011, The New York TimesNo. 0429 ( 22,452 )
Across
1
TV star who wrote the novel "A Shore Thing," informally : SNOOKI
7
Bass alternative : SAMADAMS
15
Diversion also called MathDoku : KENKEN
16
Common economic indicator : TRADEGAP
17
Start of many a bumper sticker : IHEART
18
Movie format of old : CINERAMA
19
Devoutly wish a drought to end : PRAYFORRAIN
21
Tell : RAT
22
Totality : SUM
23
Civil War side : UNION
24
Puma, e.g. : FELINE
26
Fellow : CHAP
30
Its flag features a grizzly bear: Abbr. : CALIF
34
Parts of doctors' offices : EXAMROOMS
36
Ancient : AGEOLD
38
Game in which all pieces have four components : TETRIS
39
Hotel amenity : SHOWERCAP
43
Quite a spread : FEAST
44
Capital near 10-Down : SANA
45
___ 2.0, Bill Gates's house : XANADU
47
Sound : VALID
48
Green grp.? : PGA
51
Actress Hagen : UTA
54
It may be assumed : THEPOSITION
57
Kind of mortgage : SUBPRIME
59
Eclipse viewing locale? : CARLOT
60
Some recessions : EBBTIDES
61
Indolent : OTIOSE
62
One making a bust, maybe : DEAAGENT
63
Got a little dirty, in a way : SEXTED
Down
1
Record problems : SKIPS
2
P.M. who was father of another P.M. : NEHRU
3
What the ringing of two bells might signal on a ship : ONEAM
4
Sound : OKAY
5
Tizzy : KERFUFFLE
6
Utter : INTONE
7
Popular tropical destination : STCROIX
8
Big name in the blogosphere : ARIANNA
9
Salon job, for short : MANI
10
Former capital near 44-Across : ADEN
11
Article abroad : DER
12
Culture medium : AGAR
13
With 30-Down, "Dream a Little Dream of Me" singer : MAMA
14
Scrap : SPAT
20
Get to : RILE
25
Health care inits. : EMT
26
Sheep shelter : COTE
27
Wedding ring? : HORA
28
Pals around in Paris? : AMIS
29
Secret indicator : PSST
30
See 13-Down : CASS
31
Old Turkish title : AGHA
32
Provincial capital NW of Madrid : LEON
33
Where I-80 crosses I-35 : IOWA
35
2010 coinage meaning "to reject" : REFUDIATE
37
Bogart's only horror film title role, 1939 : DRX
40
Troglodytes : CAVEMEN
41
"Au revoir," for example : ANAPEST
42
Alto preceder : PALO
46
Popular hangouts in the late '70s : DISCOS
48
Stove light : PILOT
49
Silly sort : GOOSE
50
Put up : ANTED
51
Drew on : USED
52
Hose, e.g. : TUBE
53
Group whose name combines the first letters of its members' names : ABBA
54
Palin boy : TRIG
55
Skin : HIDE
56
General Mills offering : TRIX
58
Child support, briefly : PTA

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later.

Found bugs or have suggestions?

Like this puzzle? Please share this page on social media to help spread the word about XWord Info. Thanks!

See NYT Crosswords for info.