New York Times, Friday, February 1, 2002

Author: Pat M. Hugel
Editor: Will Shortz
Pat M. Hugel
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Hugel. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. It may be filled with gunpowder : TEACUP
7. Cleaned out : EMPTIED
14. Like cult rituals : ARCANE
15. Dangerous singer : LORELEI
16. Deli order : REUBEN
17. Put off : REPELLED
18. Opening on Broadway : ACTI
19. Result of ruling : LINES
20. W.W. II weapons : STENS
22. Gelling agents in foods : AGARS
23. They make periodical changes: Abbr. : EDS
26. Seedeater, say : FINCH
28. Spy's quest : SECRET
30. They may be taken on the chin : UPPERCUTS
34. Florentine exiled in 1302 : DANTE
35. Year in Edward the Confessor's reign : MLIV
36. Way to walk : ONAIR
38. Per ___ : DIEM
39. Sources of woe : BANES
41. Lizzie Borden's cause célèbre : AXMURDERS
43. Petrol units : LITRES
45. Supplication starter : IPRAY
46. Some dashes : ENS
47. One bit : ATALL
49. "I don't buy it!" : PSHAW
53. Go (forth) : SALLY
54. Fabulous loser : HARE
55. South American strangler : ANACONDA
59. Snowy race setting : ALASKA
61. Never : NOTONCE
62. It's in a jam : PECTIN
63. One who does windows : DRESSER
64. Amusement arcade items : TOKENS
1. Fictional Cossack ___ Bulba : TARAS
2. Not at ease, perhaps : ERECT
3. Like some French accents : ACUTE
4. It may drive you to get out : CABINFEVER
5. Article in le journal : UNE
6. Crib : PEN
7. Likhovtseva of tennis : ELENA
8. Blue bunch : MOPERS
9. Lacking wrinkles : PRESSED
10. Rolodex abbr. : TEL
11. Advised leader? : ILL
12. Shoe designation : EEE
13. Executed : DID
17. It's not left underarm : RIGHTAXILLA
19. Gap : LACUNA
21. "Hey, mister!" : SIR
23. Bud Grace comic strip character : ERNIE
24. Block : DETER
25. Blocks : STEMS
27. Barracks V.I.P. : NCO
29. Chase scenes abound in this movie : CADDYSHACK
30. Like Uriah Heep : UMBLE
31. Vanilla : PLAIN
32. Pub orders : PINTS
33. Just : SIMPLY
37. Man-vs.-machine play : RUR
40. Annual quartet : SEASONS
42. Hammer : RAP
44. Golf lesson topic : STANCE
48. Charcoal wood : ALDER
50. Bad thing to make a decision in : HASTE
51. "100 Centre Street" star : ARKIN
52. Makes less dependent : WEANS
55. Conjunction : AND
56. Conjunction : NOR
57. Had : ATE
58. Firms: Abbr. : COS
59. Inclined : APT
60. The Sickle is in it : LEO

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