New York Times, Thursday, October 30, 2003

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JZ} This is puzzle # 55 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Backyard party, for short : BBQ
4. Trapper's prize : PELT
8. Ordered around : BOSSED
14. Unofficial promissory note : IOU
15. Ointment ingredient : ALOE
16. Put a new face on, say : REPAVE
17. Thanksgiving follower: Abbr. : FRI
18. Dual-purpose kitchen device : TOASTEROVEN
20. Dual-purpose office device : FAXPRINTER
22. Light shades : TANS
23. Title character in a Pushkin drama : BORIS
24. Kemo ___ : SABE
26. "I didn't know that!" : GEE
27. Picks up on : NOTICES
29. Playwright Rice : ELMER
31. Not fond of dirty jokes, surely : PRIM
32. Relaxed : ATEASE
35. Le Mans event : RACE
36. Dual-purpose family room device : TVVCR
37. European nomad : LAPP
41. Nuke, maybe : REHEAT
43. Concerning : INRE
44. Seating option : AISLE
46. Walk faster than : OUTSTEP
49. Cinerary container : URN
50. Tarot card, with "The" : FOOL
53. Plastic surgery targets : NOSES
54. Final Four grp. : NCAA
56. Dual-purpose bedroom device : CLOCKRADIO
59. Dual-purpose laundry room device : WASHERDRYER
61. Say in a postscript : ADD
62. Ancient Macedonian city with noted tombs : EDESSA
63. Where a rabbit punch lands : NAPE
64. U.N. donor ___ Turner : TED
65. Make extracts from by boiling : DECOCT
66. Symbols of industry : ANTS
67. Winding road part : ESS
1. Punch, slangily : BIFF
2. South Pacific island : BORABORA
3. Foolishly impractical : QUIXOTIC
4. "Sleepers" co-star Jason : PATRIC
5. Heroine of children's lit : ELOISE
6. Student aid : LOAN
7. Lab work : TESTS
8. Uncle Remus character : BRERBEAR
9. "___ the ramparts ..." : OER
10. Butterfly wing feature : SPOT
11. Untamed : SAVAGE
12. More balanced : EVENER
13. Slow on the uptake : DENSE
19. Product once harbored in Boston? : TEA
21. Early textbooks : PRIMERS
25. Noisy city transports : ELS
27. "Fresh Air" airer : NPR
28. Except for : SAVE
30. ___ Joan Hart of TV's "Sabrina" : MELISSA
33. New Deal program: Abbr. : TVA
34. Outer: Prefix : ECTO
36. Powerful person in Iran, say : THEOCRAT
38. Come before : ANTEDATE
39. Heads : PRESIDES
40. Gusto : PEP
42. Little helper : ELF
44. House of games : ARCADE
45. Momentarily : INASEC
47. Discarded : UNKEPT
48. Hector or Rusty of 70's baseball : TORRES
49. Single : UNWED
51. Erstwhile : OLD
52. "___ Doone" : LORNA
55. Mock words of enlightenment : AHSO
57. Color used in four-color processing : CYAN
58. Probability : ODDS
60. PC key : ESC

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