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New York Times, Thursday, July 12, 2001

Author:
William I. Johnston
Editor:
Will Shortz
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William I. Johnston

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 30 Missing: {FJQXZ} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Johnston. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2001, The New York TimesNo. 0712 ( 18,874 )

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Across
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Tin lizzie : MODELT
7
Concept, in Québec : IDEE
11
It first aired on 8/1/81 : MTV
14
Revolt leader, old-style : ANARCH
15
Resort island northeast of Sydney : LORDHOWE
17
Flout : DERIDE
18
Dickens, in his formative years : LONDONER
19
Like some furniture : CANED
20
Auto-stopping innovation : ABSSYSTEM
21
Summer slaker : ADE
22
1950's Hungarian premier Nagy : IMRE
24
Tiny Archibald : NATE
25
Takes a load off : PARKSIT
27
Instructor's charge : TRAINEE
30
Computer bulletin board overseers : SYSOPS
31
Sidesplitter : RIOT
32
Opposite of dep. : ARR
33
Redundancies, like 20- and 50-Across and 5- and 29-Down : PLEONASMS
36
Armageddon nation : GOG
39
Parentheses, e.g. : ARCS
40
Photocopier : IMAGER
44
Person who breaks down : ANALYST
46
"X-Men" creator : STANLEE
47
Shot fluids : SERA
48
Former blacklisting org. : HUAC
49
Prince Valiant's son : ARN
50
Account access requirement, often : PINNUMBER
54
Knew the answer : HADIT
56
"My stars!" : IDECLARE
57
Spanish letter addenda? : TILDES
58
Protected, in a way : PATENTED
59
Swallow : INGEST
60
Slalom path : ESS
61
Inventors' cries : AHAS
62
Simple shelter : LEANTO
Down
1
Reckless types : MADCAPS
2
Vitamin regimen : ONEADAY
3
People who get rid of holes : DARNERS
4
Cleveland Indian : ERIE
5
Laptop readout : LCDDISPLAY
6
U.S. Constitution's first article : THE
7
"Would you look at that!" : ILLBE
8
Ski-___ (snowmobiles) : DOOS
9
Coastal raptors : ERNS
10
Swirl : EDDY
11
Flathead Indians' home : MONTANA
12
Speaker part : TWEETER
13
"View of Delft" painter : VERMEER
16
Egypt's Mubarak : HOSNI
20
13-Down's output : ART
23
Scrooges : MISERS
26
Keystone figure : KOP
27
Female in la familia : TIA
28
Mary Pickford title role of 1923 : ROSITA
29
Cash source : ATMMACHINE
31
I.C.U. personnel : RNS
34
Fall time: Abbr. : OCT
35
___ Pedro : SAN
36
It may lead to a pilot : GASPIPE
37
New York natives : ONEIDAS
38
Symbols of January : GARNETS
41
Cheer : GLADDEN
42
Superlatively strange : EERIEST
43
Provides a room for, perhaps : RENTSTO
45
Charger's weapon : LANCE
46
180° from norte : SUR
48
Obeys : HEEDS
51
Skeleton part : ULNA
52
It has its share of problems : MATH
53
Town north of Anaheim : BREA
55
Bit of ocean flora : ALGA
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Up to, informally : TIL

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later.

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