New York Times, Friday, February 16, 2001

Author: Bob Klahn
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Klahn
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 26 Missing: {FJQWZ} This is puzzle # 44 for Mr. Klahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. It's connected to a bowl : PIPESTEM
9. Course before une salade, maybe : POTAGE
15. A priest, not a beast : ONELLAMA
16. Kickoff : OPENER
17. Trouble spot for Indiana Jones : SNAKEPIT
18. Like beachgoers vis-à-vis indoor types : TANNER
19. Confiscate, legally : ESCHEAT
20. Blenders : MELDERS
21. Busbies, boaters and billycocks : HATS
22. Roadside establishment : DINER
23. Door : ENTRY
25. 1953 Eartha Kitt hit : CESTSIBON
29. Squalor : DIRT
30. Pole star? : SANTACLAUS
31. Chiller : ICE
32. It's north of New York City : UPSTATE
33. Berkshire abode : STY
34. Old film magazine photos : CHEESECAKE
36. Alpine Museum city : BERN
37. Checkered : TESSELATE
38. Georges who wrote "Life: A User's Manual" : PEREC
39. Rudimentary : CRUDE
40. "Star Trek" navigator : SULU
41. Gilda Radner character : ROSANNE
44. Like some speech sounds : LAMINAL
47. Inuit outerwear : ANORAK
48. Money in a classic song title : SIXPENCE
49. Start of a #1 Beach Boys title : HELPME
50. "Nature's pharmacy" : ALOEVERA
51. Smart one : SASSER
52. One who doesn't take the high road : PANDERER
1. False front : POSE
2. Holiday ___ : INNS
3. Georgia bloomers : PEACHTREES
4. City where Alka-Seltzer was first made : ELKHART
5. Like a cold shower? : SLEETY
6. Snacks served with cerveza : TAPAS
7. Throw off : EMIT
8. Tangle : MAT
9. Sovereign : POTENTATE
10. Change colors, in a way : OPALESCE
11. Curly strand : TENDRIL
12. Daughter of James II : ANNE
13. Will of Hollywood : GEER
14. Foozles : ERRS
20. Foozle : MISTAKE
22. Like opium poppy leaves : DENTATE
23. ___ of Nantes : EDICT
24. Specialty : NICHE
25. Gush : CASCADE
26. One who's homeward bound : BASERUNNER
27. Unconventional : OUTRE
28. "No Strings Attached" pop group : NSYNC
30. Explorer of sorts : SPELUNKER
32. Start of certain addresses : USERNAME
35. Inner walls of fortification ditches : ESCARPS
36. Buy, so to speak : BELIEVE
38. Infused with enthusiasm : PUMPED
40. 1066 loser : SAXON
41. Root words : RAHS
42. Super's apartment, often : ONEA
43. Hundreds of centavos : SOLS
44. ___ Crane, Vera Miles's role in "Psycho" : LILA
45. Big plot : ACRE
46. "The Jumblies" poet : LEAR
48. Softhead : SAP

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