New York Times, Wednesday, October 1, 2003

Author: A. J. Santora
Editor: Will Shortz
A. J. Santora
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 35 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 4 This is puzzle # 238 for Mr. Santora. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Intensifies, with "up" : AMPS
5. Record : DISC
9. Sots' spots : PUBS
13. Of the flock : LAIC
14. Composer ___ von Webern : ANTON
16. About : INRE
17. Without delay : ATTHEDROPOFAHAT
20. Oil source : SHALE
21. "On This Night of a Thousand Stars" musical : EVITA
22. Young ___ : UNS
23. It follows a starter : ENTREE
25. Tuesday, in Tours : MARDI
27. "Be patient!" : KEEPYOURSHIRTON
31. Riviera season : ETE
32. Caregivers, for short : RNS
33. Resembling : ALA
34. Agrees to : ACCEPTS
37. "Who has an answer?" : ANYBODY
41. Digital feature : TOE
42. Put on : ADD
43. Misery : WOE
44. In charge : WEARINGTHEPANTS
50. Colonial John : ALDEN
51. They may be red : ALERTS
52. Runny nose cause : FLU
53. Relating to tissue : TELAR
55. Trip planner's aid : ATLAS
59. Stepped in for another : FILLEDONESSHOES
62. Mother of Apollo : LETO
63. ___ voce (softly) : SOTTO
64. Gas station adjunct : MART
65. Old station name : ESSO
66. New Mexico skiing locale : TAOS
67. Book after Joel : AMOS
1. "'Tis a pity" : ALAS
2. S.A.T. part : MATH
3. Sandwich bread : PITA
4. Tote, slangily : SCHLEP
5. "Dear old" guy : DAD
6. How to see "L.A. Law" : INRERUNS
7. Livestock feeds : STOVERS
8. Knockoffs : COPIES
9. ___ mater (brain cover) : PIA
10. O.K. : UNHURT
11. "Viva Zapata!" star, 1952 : BRANDO
12. Becomes established : SETSIN
15. "___ bad!" : NOT
18. Start of a counting-out rhyme : EENY
19. G-rated : FAMILY
24. Rich cakes, in Germany : TORTEN
26. The Black Stallion, for one : ARAB
27. Mauna ___ : KEA
28. List abbr. : ETC
29. Common Market letters : EEC
30. Left-___ (southpaw) : HANDER
35. Raison d'___ : ETRE
36. Grosse ___, Mich. : POINTE
37. Follow : ADHERETO
38. His or her follower : OWN
39. "i" lid : DOT
40. Approval : YES
42. Turner city : ATLANTA
44. Aren't decisive : WAFFLE
45. Prestigious magazine awards : ELLIES
46. Full-price payers : ADULTS
47. Dumb ox : GALOOT
48. Fund-raising grps. : PTAS
49. Bronchodilator's target : ASTHMA
54. Wynn and others : EDS
56. Good earth : LOAM
57. Prefix with gramme : AERO
58. Fast ones, for short : SSTS
60. Card game with forfeits : LOO
61. "Help!" : SOS

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