New York Times, Monday, January 6, 2003

Author: Sarah Keller
Editor: Will Shortz
Sarah Keller
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQWXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 16 for Ms. Keller. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. First father : ADAM
5. "Voila!" : THERE
10. Vocalized : SUNG
14. Characteristic carrier : GENE
15. Pass along : RELAY
16. "... with a banjo on my ___" : KNEE
17. With 59-Across, indication of caring : HEARTINTHE
19. Author Turgenev : IVAN
20. ___ Deco : ART
21. Prefix with dynamic : AERO
22. Football great Favre : BRETT
23. Indication of larceny : HANDINTHETILL
27. Declares : AVERS
29. "___ Gang" : OUR
30. Caustic chemical : LYE
31. 18-wheeler : SEMI
32. Test, as ore : ASSAY
34. Indication of detachment : HEADINTHECLOUDS
41. Bing, bang or boom : NOISE
42. Future attorney's hurdle: Abbr. : LSAT
43. Appropriate : APT
46. U.S. or Can. money : DOL
47. Like an oboe's sound : REEDY
48. Indication of opportunity : FOOTINTHEDOOR
53. Plant life : FLORA
54. Quark's place : ATOM
55. Place to retire : BED
58. Jazz's Fitzgerald : ELLA
59. See 17-Across : RIGHTPLACE
62. Like some dorms : COED
63. Patronized, as a restaurant : ATEAT
64. Starting from : ASOF
65. It ebbs and flows : TIDE
66. Tiny poker stake : PENNY
67. Having an angle : BENT
1. Turkish title : AGHA
2. Does and bucks : DEER
3. Object of loathing : ANATHEMA
4. Debussy's "La ___" : MER
5. True's partner : TRIED
6. Painter Matisse : HENRI
7. Rock's ___ John : ELTON
8. Stadium sound : RAH
9. Watch closely : EYE
10. Blouse accompanier : SKIRT
11. Show, as plans : UNVEIL
12. With precision : NEATLY
13. Tamed : GENTLE
18. Gets some color, as they say : TANS
22. Gem mineral : BERYL
24. Like the Sahara : ARID
25. "... off ___ the wizard" : TOSEE
26. 1950's Communist-hunting grp. : HUAC
27. Cigarette's end : ASH
28. Two-finger sign : VEE
32. Leaning : ATILT
33. Sounds from a librarian : SHS
35. Delhi's land : INDIA
36. It follows 11 : NOON
37. Butter alternative : OLEO
38. Computer company's customers : USERBASE
39. Father : DAD
40. Where hogs wallow : STY
43. Have an influence on : AFFECT
44. Hoi ___ : POLLOI
45. Drove (along) : TOOLED
47. Frolic : ROMP
49. Give and take? : TRADE
50. Broadway actress Uta : HAGEN
51. Wharton's "___ Frome" : ETHAN
52. Daft : DOTTY
56. Supply-and-demand subj. : ECON
57. Skillful : DEFT
59. Perform like Salt-N-Pepa : RAP
60. Suffix with Manhattan : ITE
61. Place for beakers : LAB

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