New York Times, Friday, November 14, 2003

Author: Myles Callum
Editor: Will Shortz
Myles Callum
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 27 Missing: {JQVXZ} This is puzzle # 14 for Mr. Callum. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Cold ones : BREWSKIS
9. Kind of kick : ONSIDE
15. "Whatever" : YEAHSURE
16. Crashing bore : YAWNER
17. It may stop the presses : GAGORDER
18. National forest in California : SHASTA
19. "O" may open it : ODE
20. Product of Berlin : SONG
21. Service lights? : TAPERS
22. Department whose capital is Lille : NORD
24. Fish, in a way : SEINE
26. Shell game : SCAM
27. Formulator of the law of quadratic reciprocity : EULER
29. Bergen's bumpkin : SNERD
31. Horned Frogs' sch. : TCU
32. Done up professionally : STYLED
34. Motor-mouths love them : GABFESTS
36. Twelve Oaks neighbor : TARA
38. Oppression : PALL
39. Brouhaha : BIGSCENE
43. Title heroine of many Beverly Cleary books : RAMONA
47. "Bambi" character : ENA
48. Infect : TAINT
50. Steps on a scale : TONES
51. Are, in Ávila : ESTA
53. Old PC installation : MSDOS
55. Buttonholes, say : SEWS
56. 1980 John Carpenter chiller : THEFOG
58. Code collection : LAWS
60. Moo ___ pork : SHU
61. "Norma" librettist Felice ___ : ROMANI
62. Parrot : IMITATOR
64. Alternative to crossing out : ERASER
65. Camp clothing label : NAMETAPE
66. Associated with choppers : DENTAL
67. Caught : ENSNARED
1. Water under the bridge : BYGONES
2. High-tech report : READOUT
3. Way to await something : EAGERLY
4. Terse question : WHO
5. Lat. and others, once : SSRS
6. High marks : KUDOS
7. Tony winner Worth and others : IRENES
8. Overcasting in order to prevent fraying : SERGING
9. Where to get bluepoints : OYSTERBAR
10. Okinawa port : NAHA
11. Pulls the switch? : SWAPS
12. They may put out feelers : INSECTS
13. Take away : DETRACT
14. "The Praise of Folly" author : ERASMUS
23. Iron-pumpers' targets : DELTS
25. Spring's opposite : NEAP
28. Strike back, e.g. : REACT
30. Chopin's "Raindrop" Prelude is in it : DFLAT
33. Perfect 10, perhaps : DREAMGIRL
35. "___ World" ("Sesame Street" segment) : ELMOS
37. French cordial flavoring : ANIS
39. Obviously embarrassed : BEETRED
40. Like some marine habitats : INSHORE
41. One may let you in : GATEMAN
42. Court boundary : ENDLINE
44. Low-quality : ONESTAR
45. Pennsylvania town connected by bridge to Lambertville, N.J. : NEWHOPE
46. Nice way to rest : ASSURED
49. Unanimously : TOAMAN
52. Make ___ buck : AFAST
54. Crawls, e.g. : SWIMS
57. Quite qualified to serve : ONEA
59. W.W. II weapon : STEN
63. Loss leader? : ATA

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