New York Times, Tuesday, October 21, 2003

Author: John Underwood
Editor: Will Shortz
John Underwood
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQVXZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Underwood. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Tea, to Brits : CHAR
5. Slow : BRAKE
10. Sound on cobblestone streets : CLOP
14. Slender instrument : OBOE
15. Like some numerals : ROMAN
16. Shot in the arm, maybe : HYPO
17. Lawyers, to Brits : SOLICITORS
19. Eram, ___, erat : ERAS
20. Graham who wrote "The Quiet American" : GREENE
21. Got a whiff of, old-style : SMELT
22. Drug-yielding shrub : SENNA
25. Guardian spirits : GENII
27. Bandage, to Brits : PLASTER
30. Hip roof : MANSARD
34. Like the farmer MacDonald : OLD
35. Composer Satie : ERIK
37. Sofa : SETTEE
38. Richard ___ : III
39. Parting south of the border : ADIOS
41. Night watcher : OWL
42. Dodo has two : LONGOS
45. Those, to Robert Burns : THAE
47. Actress Peeples : NIA
48. Tougher, as a parent : STERNER
50. Doctor's office, to Brits : SURGERY
52. Tree with catkins : ALDER
54. Gift to a diva : ROSES
55. Thin and light : FILMY
58. Foul-up : BOOBOO
61. Gardener's soil : LOAM
62. Garters, to Brits : SUSPENDERS
66. Pulitzer winner Quindlen : ANNA
67. Slalomed : SKIED
68. Author Kingsley : AMIS
69. Bygone autocrat : TSAR
70. Waits on : TENDS
71. Subway, to Brits : TUBE
1. Firms: Abbr. : COS
2. Home of "The Sopranos" : HBO
3. Earthlink competitor : AOL
4. Is a monarch : REIGNS
5. Mold-ripened cheese : BRIE
6. Uncreative education method : ROTE
7. ___ friends : AMONG
8. N.B.A.'s Abdul-Jabbar : KAREEM
9. Lt.'s subordinate : ENS
10. Druggist, to Brits : CHEMIST
11. Apollo's plaything? : LYRE
12. Iridescent gem : OPAL
13. Mail delivery, to Brits : POST
18. Jalopy : CRATE
21. Trig ratio : SINE
22. Fruits of victory : SPOILS
23. Mama Cass : ELLIOT
24. Literature Nobelist Gordimer : NADINE
26. Princeton's historic ___ Hall : NASSAU
28. Rubbed out : ERASED
29. Free (of) : RID
31. Makes up (for) : ATONES
32. Update the alarm system : REWIRE
33. Holds up : DELAYS
36. Uniform, to Brits : KIT
40. Surprised gasps : OHS
43. Elementary textbook, to Brits : GRAMMAR
44. Just : ONLY
46. ___ the side of caution : ERRON
49. Chastise : REBUKE
51. Proficient in : GOODAT
53. Violin bow application : ROSIN
55. Apartment, to Brits : FLAT
56. They're charged : IONS
57. Turner known as the Sweater Girl : LANA
59. Kind of page : OPED
60. Berths : BEDS
62. It doesn't fly anymore : SST
63. It doesn't fly : EMU
64. Tease : RIB
65. Indianapolis-to-Atlanta dir. : SSE

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