New York Times, Friday, October 3, 2003

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 26 Missing: {QXZ} Spans: 4, (2 double stacks) This is puzzle # 184 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Encourage : HEARTEN
8. Technological advance of the 1950's : COLORTV
15. "I'm glad I came" : ITSNICETOBEHERE
17. Comment at the end of a good social occasion : LETSDOTHISAGAIN
18. La preceder : TRA
19. In conclusion, in Cannes : ENFIN
20. Duck : DODGE
21. "Idylls of the King" character : ENID
23. Removes in a putsch : OUSTS
25. Scale start : DORE
26. Isn't timid : DARES
28. Anti-Parkinson's drug : LDOPA
30. Outlying : FAR
31. Lou Gehrig, for one : LEFTY
33. "___ Came From the Holy Land" (classic poem) : ASYE
34. Most NPR stations : FMS
35. 1998 N.L. M.V.P. : SAMMYSOSA
38. Binge : JAG
41. Big sports inits. : NCAA
42. Lumps and bumps : NODES
45. School founded by Thos. Jefferson : UVA
46. Actress Madeline and others : KAHNS
48. Some Maine scenery : PINES
50. Coarse hominy : SAMP
52. Boston pops : SODAS
54. ___ tide : NEAP
55. Loss at a bald spot : TREAD
57. Amounts of laughter : GALES
59. Year Vespucci sailed to the New World : MDI
60. Producer of stories like you wouldn't believe : WILDIMAGINATION
63. Hidden asset : ACEUPONESSLEEVE
64. With splendor : REGALLY
65. Telemarketer's need : HEADSET
1. Handled, as a sword : HILTED
2. Godlike : ETERNAL
3. "Steps in Time" autobiographer : ASTAIRE
4. O.R. V.I.P.'s : RNS
5. It turns eventually : TIDE
6. ___-Car : ECONO
7. Trawler's catch : NETFUL
8. Super Bowl start : COINTOSS
9. Dict. label : OBS
10. Get ahead : LEAD
11. Burns classic : OHGOD
12. Recite, as from a list : READOFF
13. MNO on a telephone dial, e.g. : TRIGRAM
14. Thin coats : VENEERS
16. Recent times : THISDAYANDAGE
22. Dict. material : DEFS
24. Secretly watch : SPYON
27. Was rotten : STANK
29. Certain moral authority : AESOP
32. Some training centers : YMCAS
36. Termite-resistant wood : MAHOGANY
37. Tennis score : ADIN
38. Topic of a St. Augustine treatise, with "the" : JUSTWAR
39. Sin of the beady-eyed : AVARICE
40. Cause for a limp : GAMELEG
43. Ones at the gate, maybe : ENEMIES
44. Small, short-billed auk : SEADOVE
47. Northwest Indian : SALISH
49. Upright : SPINET
51. "The Taming of the Shrew" city : PADUA
53. Brains : SENSE
56. Natl. negotiator : DIPL
58. Spanish parlor : SALA
61. Collection of atoms: Abbr. : MOL
62. J.F.K. aide ___ Sorensen : TED

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