New York Times, Tuesday, January 7, 2003

Author: Peter Gordon
Editor: Will Shortz
Peter Gordon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FQX} Spans: 5, (1 triple stack) This is puzzle # 95 for Mr. Gordon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
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1. Network with an eye logo : CBS
4. Call bad names : REVILE
10. High school class : SHOP
14. Santa ___, Calif. : ANA
15. Twist-filled Broadway musical? : OLIVER
16. Vito Corleone's creator : PUZO
17. Bedouin at a major waterway? : PANAMACANALARAB
20. Not-so-secret secret language : PIGLATIN
21. Pirate rival : ASTRO
22. Chemical suffix : INE
23. Cracker Jack bonus : TOY
25. Cloud's place : SKY
26. Rounded lump : GLOB
29. Harshly criticize : SLAM
31. Light sailboat at a hotel chain? : RAMADACATAMARAN
39. Indian prince in Mobile? : ALABAMAMAHARAJA
40. Tales about a 1980's singing group? : BANANARAMASAGAS
41. Actress Garr : TERI
42. ___ Flynn Boyle of "The Practice" : LARA
43. Tachometer abbr. : RPM
46. Performed : DID
47. Magazine revenue source : ADS
49. Run for one's wife? : ELOPE
51. Sweetie : CUTIEPIE
56. Gilda Radner character's embodiment? : BABAWAWASAVATAR
59. Mideast guns : UZIS
60. Paparazzo's device : CAMERA
61. In the past : AGO
62. Pretzel topper : SALT
63. Dissertation : THESIS
64. "Help!" : SOS
1. Andy of the comics : CAPP
2. ___ B'rith : BNAI
3. Turned state's evidence : SANG
4. Like some noses and numerals : ROMAN
5. Overjoy : ELATE
6. "Veni, vidi, ___" : VICI
7. Tennis great Lendl : IVAN
8. Spy novelist Deighton : LEN
9. Pitcher's stat. : ERA
10. Luxury resorts : SPAS
11. Smarts : HURTS
12. Arkansas's ___ Mountains : OZARK
13. New Orleans sandwich : POBOY
18. "Open, sesame!" speaker : ALIBABA
19. Set down : LAY
23. Japanese floor covering : TATAMI
24. Missouri River city : OMAHA
26. Snatch : GRAB
27. In ___ land : LALA
28. Neighbor of Yemen : OMAN
29. Chicken : SCARED
30. Missouri town where Harry Truman was born : LAMAR
32. Actor Aykroyd : DAN
33. Noted Italian violinmaker : AMATI
34. More, in Madrid : MAS
35. Body of water between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan : ARALSEA
36. Hindu music form : RAGA
37. Not fully shut : AJAR
38. Space shuttle org. : NASA
43. Picture puzzle : REBUS
44. Public square : PLAZA
45. Big gas brand : MOBIL
46. Frost relative : DEW
47. Early video game company : ATARI
48. Famously temperamental singers : DIVAS
50. Future's opposite : PAST
51. Arrived : CAME
52. Employs : USES
53. School orgs. : PTAS
54. "Othello" villain : IAGO
55. God of love : EROS
57. Play part : ACT
58. When repeated, a trombone sound : WAH

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