New York Times, Saturday, January 12, 2002

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 34 Missing: {QX} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 54 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Western transportation : STAGES
7. "Who Let the Dogs Out" band : BAHAMEN
14. Like some wages : HOURLY
15. Tardy person's query : AMILATE
16. Beat to the tape : OUTRAN
17. What a custodian does : PROTECTS
18. With 1-Down, place to pick up a racket : PRO
19. Relatively busy : NOSIER
21. "Waiting for Godot" prop : HAT
22. Means : MIDDLES
24. Off : AMISS
26. R.M.N. was a member of it : HUAC
28. Didn't just talk about : ACTEDON
30. Creon condemned her to be buried alive : ANTIGONE
33. Most of Kauai : VOWELS
36. First name in despotism : IDI
37. Toronto attraction : CNTOWER
39. Duke Ellington's "The ___ From Joe's" : GAL
40. Quarter : LOCALE
42. Tweak : FINETUNE
44. Interpret signs : PREDICT
46. Over : ANEW
47. Smarten (up) : SPIFF
49. Salt-cured pork : FATBACK
52. Search engine find : URL
53. Dual personality part : JEKYLL
54. ___-neck : EWE
57. "Way to go!" : GOODMOVE
60. Computer miniprogram : APPLET
62. Tiny : ANTLIKE
63. Sister of Clio : THALIA
64. One enlarging pictures, say : RESIZER
65. Part of Dionysus' entourage : SATYRS
1. See 18-Across : SHOP
2. It may be taken around the world : TOUR
3. Air traffic controllers? : AUTOMATICPILOTS
4. Warning sound : GRR
5. Serengeti grazer : ELAND
6. Church meeting : SYNOD
7. Least adorned : BAREST
8. Archer of myth : AMOR
9. Success in the offing? : HIT
10. It might be in a yard : ALE
11. Gangster said to have coined the term "G-man" : MACHINEGUNKELLY
12. James and Jones : ETTAS
13. Arboreal array : NESTS
17. "It was nothing, really" : PIECEOFCAKE
20. What an editorial has : SLANT
23. Here, elsewhere : ICI
24. Really relish : ADORE
25. Butcher, with "down" : MOW
26. Come (from) : HAIL
27. Choice on an Edit menu : UNDO
29. Flush : EVEN
31. Score figure : GCLEF
32. Like a line, briefly : ONED
34. Driving place : LANE
35. Throng : SLEW
38. Smart-mouthed : WITTY
41. Spot announcement? : ARF
43. Tie ___ : TAC
45. Assuming it'll happen at all : IFEVER
47. Some lumps : SUGAR
48. One way to lie : PRONE
50. Utters loudly and indiscreetly : BLATS
51. Numeric lead-in : ALPHA
53. Funny : JOKE
55. Stream blocker : WEIR
56. Letters of Zeno : ETAS
58. Year in Vigilius's papacy : DLI
59. "Les ___" : MIZ
61. One way to stand : PAT

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