New York Times, Thursday, February 13, 2003

Author: Joe DiPietro
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe DiPietro
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJQVXZ} This is puzzle # 61 for Mr. DiPietro. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. No-loss, no-gain situation : WASH
5. Modeled : WORE
9. Bleed for : PITY
13. Sermon's conclusion? : ETTE
14. Lost : ASEA
15. Chocolate source : CACAO
16. A man's "better half" : THEMISSUS
18. Ivy League school, familiarly : UPENN
19. LOER-PRICED BOOK : NOWINPAPERBACK
21. Better : AMEND
22. Bring action against : SUE
23. Intraoffice linkup: Abbr. : LAN
25. Walker, for short : PED
26. Gilbert & Sullivan princess : IDA
29. It may come in buckets : POPCORN
32. Where water is poured on the rocks : SAUNA
34. 1985 Literature Nobelist ___ Simon : CLAUDE
35. SAIN LOUIS BASEBALL SQUAD : NOTINTHECARDS
38. Fish preparer's task : BONING
39. Booze : SAUCE
40. Worked in a judge's office : CLERKED
42. Due before five? : TRE
43. Where, to Caesar : UBI
46. Morse E : DOT
47. "___ pro nobis" : ORA
49. Range rover : BISON
51. ACCOR : NODINAGREEMENT
56. Ancient assembly area : AGORA
57. Indicated : POINTEDTO
58. Early 20th-century leader : LENIN
59. Like some batters : EGGY
60. Immensely : ATON
61. Kind of course : PREP
62. 1998 National League M.V.P. : SOSA
63. Bar ___ : NONE
1. Moist towelette : WETNAP
2. Not out : ATHOME
3. Three sheets to the wind : STEWED
4. Confine : HEMIN
5. Target of some humor in The New Yorker : WASP
6. Peak in Thessaly : OSSA
7. Signs on again : REUPS
8. Relax : EASEUP
9. Hemingway sobriquet : PAPA
10. Cirrus, say : ICECLOUD
11. Ale holders : TANKARDS
12. "Silent Night" adjective : YON
15. 62-Across, e.g. : CUB
17. Lettering liquid : INDIAINK
20. Come again? : REOCCUR
24. Storm heading: Abbr. : NNE
27. Castle section : DUNGEON
28. Symbol of industry : ANT
30. Money put on a horse to finish second : PLACEBET
31. Meticulousness : CARE
32. The cooler : STIR
33. Sighed sounds : AHS
35. Opposite of "from now on" : NOLONGER
36. Kind of correspondence : ONETOONE
37. Chow down : EAT
38. Alphabet trio : BCD
41. Room darkeners : DRAPES
43. In the habit of : USEDTO
44. High society : BONTON
45. Chant : INTONE
48. As much as you like : AGOGO
50. Start of a clarification : IMEAN
52. Stalactite producer : DRIP
53. Golfer Woosnam : IAN
54. Convoy lineup : RIGS
55. "A Day Without Rain" singer : ENYA
56. Mont Blanc, for one : ALP

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