New York Times, Saturday, January 25, 2003

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 27 Missing: {JKQX} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 41 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Got together : TEAMEDUP
9. Family member, affectionately : GRAMPS
15. Out of the can : ONPAROLE
16. Punjab's capital : LAHORE
17. "Barney Miller" set : PRECINCT
18. Slips by : EVADES
19. Dark shape near Orion's Belt : HORSEHEADNEBULA
21. Securer in Japanese dress : OBI
22. Pullover material : ORLON
23. Whop : LAM
24. Possible sexual harassment : LEERS
27. Hem but not haw : SEW
28. Forklift burden : CRATE
30. 1960's doo-wop group that was a one-hit wonder, with "the" : EDSELS
32. Makes manifest : DECLARES
34. Come out ahead : GAIN
36. Topsoil of choice : LOAM
37. San Francisco tourist attraction : ALCATRAZ
41. Trembling with fear : TREPID
45. Dabblers : TEALS
46. Delivery person? : MOM
48. Santa ___ : ANITA
49. Worker with two-masters : TAR
50. Doc who might become a vet? : MEDIC
52. Place : LAY
53. Qualifier for an observation : ASFARASICANTELL
58. Underworld figure : CHARON
59. Concert run? : ARPEGGIO
60. Mount ___, scene of the Transfiguration : HERMON
61. Aviator Douglas : CORRIGAN
62. Early capital of Macedonia : EDESSA
63. Cold sound : SNIFFING
1. Superb, in British slang : TOPHOLE
2. Not nude : ENROBED
3. Practical jokes : APERIES
4. Jobs offerings : MACS
5. City near Fort Presque Isle : ERIE
6. Singer who co-starred in "Joe's Apartment" : DONHO
7. Corrupting influences : ULCERS
8. Like most flowers : PETALED
9. Friendship 7 astronaut : GLENN
10. Enthusiastic write-up : RAVE
11. Captain for Stubb and Fedallah : AHAB
12. In self-contained units : MODULAR
13. Holy dignitary : PRELATE
14. Bagel toppers : SESAMES
20. Thick pin : DOWEL
25. August : REGAL
26. Crib parts : SLATS
28. Santa ___ : CLARA
29. Japanese noodle dish : RAMEN
31. Kingly honoree : SIR
33. Hotel room extra : COT
35. Demand from the House Un-American Activities Committee : NAMES
37. Paper holder : ATTACHE
38. Under control, in a way : LEASHED
39. Transportation cost : CARFARE
40. Circular diagrams : ZODIACS
42. Nicholas ___, who wrote "Wiseguys" : PILEGGI
43. Popular cuisine : ITALIAN
44. Extensive, as a celebration : DAYLONG
47. Minuscule unit : MICRON
50. It's a godsend : MANNA
51. Old Mercury : CAPRI
54. Kind of dealer : ARMS
55. Little hoppers : ROOS
56. Toy label launched in 1969 : NERF
57. Letters exchanged by employees? : TGIF

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