New York Times, Tuesday, October 14, 2003

Author: Fred Piscop
Editor: Will Shortz
Fred Piscop
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 42 Missing: {BJMQVXZ} This is puzzle # 95 for Mr. Piscop. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. W.'s political affiliation : GOP
4. Take a paddle to : WHACK
9. Barely beats : EDGES
14. "Gotcha!" : AHA
15. Wore : HADON
16. Dickens's ___ Heep : URIAH
17. Nothing at all : NIL
18. Eyes : OCULI
19. Elephant gone amok : ROGUE
20. Mimic : DOATAKEOFFON
23. Can't stomach : HATE
24. Got back into business : REOPENED
28. Resistance to change : INERTIA
32. Many a home purchase : RESALE
33. Putin's land : RUSSIA
36. "Treasure Island" inits. : RLS
37. Departure from reality : FLIGHTOFFANCY
42. Designation for a sequel to a sequel : III
43. Lock, stock and barrel : INTOTO
44. Begs : PLEADS
48. Puget Sound city : SEATTLE
52. Language of the Eddas : OLDNORSE
55. ___ Brockovich, Oscar role for Julia Roberts : ERIN
56. "Dallas" spinoff : KNOTSLANDING
60. Aussie "bear" : KOALA
63. Do penance : ATONE
64. Wolfed down : ATE
65. Place to moor : INLET
66. Arrive at : GETTO
67. Salon goop : GEL
68. Nick of "Cape Fear" : NOLTE
69. Krupp Works city : ESSEN
70. Windy City trains : ELS
1. India's Mohandas : GANDHI
2. Buckeye Stater : OHIOAN
3. Gourmet's sense : PALATE
4. "Hold it, horse!" : WHOA
5. Take an ax to : HACK
6. Together, on a score : ADUE
7. Like practically all TV's, now : COLOR
8. Bowie's weapon : KNIFE
9. Part of the Old World : EUROPE
10. Pilotless planes : DRONES
11. Jazz job : GIG
12. ___ Claire, Wis. : EAU
13. Sow, ewe or mare : SHE
21. Gibbs of country music : TERRI
22. Part of F.Y.I. : FOR
25. Bust maker : NARC
26. ___ May Clampett of 60's TV : ELLY
27. ___ Plaines, Ill. : DES
29. Harbor workhorse : TUG
30. Relative of -esque : ISH
31. Italian wine center : ASTI
34. Cyclotron bit : ION
35. Siesta times: Abbr. : AFTS
37. "___ 'er up!" : FILL
38. Told a whopper : LIED
39. Friend's opposite : FOE
40. ___ snail's pace : ATA
41. Jotted down : NOTED
42. Nasdaq debut: Abbr. : IPO
45. Short sock : ANKLET
46. Visit a bloodmobile, e.g. : DONATE
47. B'way hit sign : SRO
49. "M*A*S*H" procedure : TRIAGE
50. Door frame part : LINTEL
51. Marx collaborator : ENGELS
53. Wild West vehicle : STAGE
54. Kefauver who won fame investigating organized crime : ESTES
57. Builders' sites : LOTS
58. Stud fee? : ANTE
59. Gas in signs : NEON
60. Family : KIN
61. Musical Yoko : ONO
62. The whole shebang : ALL

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