New York Times, Wednesday, October 3, 2001

Author: David Bunker
Editor: Will Shortz
David Bunker
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 37 Missing: {JQWXZ} Spans: 4 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Bunker. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. When repeated, a shout when playing cowboy : BANG
5. Surmise : INFER
10. Picture problem : BLUR
14. Chill : AGUE
15. ___ Bornes (game) : MILLE
16. Oral history : LORE
17. First spin: mixed fruit : LEMONPLUMORANGE
20. Actress Monk of "N.Y.P.D. Blue" : DEBRA
21. Imposed on others' generosity : SPONGED
22. Complain : GRIPE
26. Pliable leather : ELK
27. Second spin: close, but no cigar : SEVENSEVENLEMON
34. ___-Magnon : CRO
35. Drive on : IMPEL
36. Raconteur's offering : TALE
37. Slow down, in music: Abbr. : RIT
38. Visual way to communicate: Abbr. : ASL
39. Wallet cards, for short : IDS
42. Horatian composition : ODE
43. Hawaiian musicmakers : UKES
45. Surprising result : UPSET
47. Relieve : RID
48. Third spin: getting colder : BARPLUMCHERRIES
52. Charged particle : ION
53. Margaret Mead research site : SAMOA
54. Taxonomic category : SPECIES
58. Madrid museum : PRADO
62. Fourth spin: jackpot! : SEVENSEVENSEVEN
66. Alexander II, e.g. : TSAR
67. Santa ___, Calif. : CLARA
68. Rasp : FILE
69. Walkman maker : SONY
70. Many times : OFTEN
71. Actor Montand : YVES
1. Like some eagles : BALD
2. Tommie of the Miracle Mets : AGEE
3. Deaden : NUMB
4. Magazine founded by J.F.K. Jr. : GEORGE
5. Hobgoblin : IMP
6. Zero : NIL
7. Kind of shot : FLU
8. Tennyson's "immemorial ___" : ELMS
9. Come back to, as a case : REOPEN
10. It may be carried for security's sake : BLANKET
11. Yearn : LONG
12. Impulse : URGE
13. College in Portland, Ore. : REED
18. Land in C. S. Lewis's "Chronicles" : NARNIA
19. Somersault : ROLL
23. Schools of thought : ISMS
24. Flounce on a garment : PEPLUM
25. "The Lady ___" (Henry Fonda film) : EVE
27. Cancel : SCRUB
28. Eleniak of "Baywatch" : ERIKA
29. Participant in democracy : VOTER
30. Biblical prophet : ELISHA
31. New Zealander : MAORI
32. Golden ___ : OLDIE
33. Requirements : NEEDS
40. Consider : DEEM
41. Barbershop sharpeners : STROPS
44. Collection of seasonings : SPICERY
46. Software runners, briefly : PCS
49. Cut of meat : LOIN
50. Paris-based org. : UNESCO
51. Refine further : RAREFY
54. British Airways fleet : SSTS
55. 100 centavos : PESO
56. Sen. Bayh : EVAN
57. ___-help : SELF
59. Tel ___ : AVIV
60. Expunge : DELE
61. Vending machine inserts : ONES
63. Tank : VAT
64. Prior to : ERE
65. A Bobbsey twin : NAN

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