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New York Times, Friday, June 18, 2010

Author:
Karen M. Tracey
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Karen M. Tracey

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 26 Missing: none – this is a pangram. Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 32 for Ms. Tracey. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2010, The New York TimesNo. 0618 ( 22,137 )
Across
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Early 20th-century mode of transportation : ZEPPELIN
9
Tree that's home to Rafiki in "The Lion King" : BAOBAB
15
Poland Spring rival : AQUAFINA
16
Less steep : ONSALE
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It's filled for a flight : FUELTANK
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Gangster's piece : ROSCOE
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Like some plates : TIN
20
You may try to stop them from coming out in public : SNEEZES
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Bunny lover : HEF
23
Some exciting plays: Abbr. : INTS
25
Heat : ARDOR
26
Charges (up) : REVS
27
Davis in Hollywood : GEENA
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Not fast : EAT
30
Debone, in a way : FILET
31
Many 61-Across : ONEAS
33
French caricaturist Daumier : HONORE
34
Baba Looey was his deputy : QUICKDRAWMCGRAW
38
Longtime drink nickname, with "the" : UNCOLA
39
Rapper/actor Woolard who starred in "Notorious," 2009 : JAMAL
40
Chemistry Nobelist Joliot-Curie : IRENE
41
"East of Eden" twin : CAL
42
"Tubism" artist : LEGER
46
Front : NOSE
47
Author of the best seller "Boss: Richard J. Daley of Chicago" : ROYKO
49
Pearl Harbor code word : TORA
50
Game animal : ELK
51
Common metal fastener : HEXBOLT
53
Overseas 4-Down : AMI
54
Cubs : bears :: crias : ___ : LLAMAS
56
"Eureka!" : IVEGOTIT
58
Divulge : LETOUT
59
Opposite of garrulous : RETICENT
60
Mavens : ADEPTS
61
Volunteers' counterparts : DRAFTEES
Down
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Well-proportioned : ZAFTIG
2
Like some track stars : EQUINE
3
Spanish bridge : PUENTE
4
Alter ego : PAL
5
Bog youngsters : EFTS
6
Bushrope : LIANA
7
Labyrinth : INNEREAR
8
Like all new deliveries? : NAKEDASAJAYBIRD
9
Uninvited cornfield guest : BORER
10
Parts of décadas : ANOS
11
Covert W.W. II grp. : OSS
12
One who's never asked for a hand? : BACHELOR
13
Healing helper : ALOEVERA
14
Crockpot concoction : BEEFSTEW
21
Sound from the anteater in "B.C." : ZOT
24
Summer treat : SNOCONE
26
Flapper feature : RINGLET
28
What an espadrille may be tied around : ANKLE
30
Middle : FOCAL
32
Soprano Christiane ___-Pierre : EDA
33
A musing sound : HMM
34
Track betting option : QUINELLA
35
Opened, in a way : UNROLLED
36
Devil's wear? : ICESKATE
37
Rout : WALKOVER
41
Stroking coordinator : COX
43
It might hide a dimple : GOATEE
44
Regal trim : ERMINE
45
John of Broadway and his Grammy-winning daughter : RAITTS
47
Lulls : RESTS
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River that drains the Everglades into Biscayne Bay : OLETA
51
Opposite of bas : HAUT
52
Office workers' letters : TGIF
55
Grooming challenge : MOP
57
10, at times: Abbr. : OCT

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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