New York Times, Friday, January 31, 2003

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 37 Missing: {FQ} This is puzzle # 66 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "Star Trek: Voyager" captain : JANEWAY
8. "Look out!" : HEADSUP
15. "You haven't started yet, have you?" : AMILATE
16. "Paradise City" rocker : AXLROSE
17. Make a bad entrance? : BREAKIN
18. Library collection : VOLUMES
19. It may keep you on your toes : BALLET
20. It gets shelved : ETAGERE
21. Ones who are handed sentences: Abbr. : EDS
22. First Russian Literature Nobelist : BUNIN
24. Reparteeist : WIT
25. Per ___ : DIEM
27. Large red hog with drooping ears : DUROC
28. Nothin' : NADA
29. One way to buy things : ONCREDIT
31. They're represented by blue : BOYS
32. Skiffle instrument : JUG
33. Prince, e.g. : SON
34. Choreographer Moiseyev : IGOR
36. Starter course at a Spanish meal : GAZPACHO
41. Uppity type : SNOB
42. Library science innovator : DEWEY
43. A head : EACH
45. U.S.A.F. E-7, e.g. : NCO
46. Like some bonds : RATED
47. Common female middle name : MAE
48. Nostalgic time : OLDDAYS
50. Señorita, say : LATINA
53. Arrivals : COMINGS
54. Perth Amboy is at its mouth : RARITAN
55. Generally speaking : ASARULE
56. Gate-crash : INTRUDE
57. Two fins : TENSPOT
58. It doesn't include overtime : BASEPAY
1. Made a painful connection to : JABBED
2. Common news source : AMRADIO
3. Big name in ratings : NIELSEN
4. It's known for its tight security : ELAL
5. Twister's trail : WAKE
6. Slaving away : ATIT
7. Thirst : YEN
8. Poor soul : HAVENOT
9. Unheard-of : EXOTIC
10. Scottish poet ___ Ramsay : ALLAN
11. Psychedelic, say : DRUG
12. By fair means or foul : SOMEWAY
13. Passwords' partners : USERIDS
14. The euro replaced it : PESETA
22. Immature one : BUD
23. Altdorf is its capital : URI
26. Going-nowhere position, in modern lingo : MCJOB
27. Temperature abbr. : DEG
28. Present occasion : NONCE
30. 1921 man-vs.-machine play : RUR
31. Burlesque accessory : BOA
33. One may bug you : SPY
34. Nearby : INCLOSE
35. Krupa played for him : GOODMAN
36. Gears up : GETSSET
37. Really move : AWE
38. Series end, in England : ZED
39. Chew the scenery : HAMITUP
40. It's heard at some hockey games : OCANADA
41. Vehicle with caterpillar treads : SNOCAT
42. Kind of colors : DAYGLO
44. "Death of a Naturalist" poet : HEANEY
46. Incurred : RANUP
49. Ones who make scenes?: Abbr. : DIRS
50. Superboy's sweetheart : LANA
51. Newspaper section, with "the" : ARTS
52. It may need air : TIRE
54. Corduroy feature : RIB

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