New York Times, Friday, February 2, 2001

Author: Martin Ashwood-Smith
Editor: Will Shortz
Martin Ashwood-Smith
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JKQXZ} Spans: 9, (3 triple stacks) This is puzzle # 47 for Mr. Ashwood-Smith. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Sunday dish : COLLECTIONPLATE
16. 1916 Theodore Dreiser book : AHOOSIERHOLIDAY
17. Employ gene therapy, say : IMPROVEONNATURE
18. Where Coca-Cola is KO : NYSE
19. Scientific discovery of 1898 : NEON
20. Oaxaca article : LOS
21. April and June : NAMES
25. Scorer of 1,859 runs : OTT
26. Dash letters : RPM
29. Cartoon cat : TOM
30. Dionne Warwick's "Anyone Who ___ Heart" : HADA
33. Intricateness : ELABORATEDETAIL
39. A hydraulic motor converts it : POTENTIALENERGY
40. It might have you both coming and going : OPTICALILLUSION
41. Salon stock : GELS
42. Lyricist Washington : NED
43. Son of Prince Valiant : ARN
44. Mirror : APE
46. Derby prize : ROSES
48. "Shine a Little Love" grp. : ELO
49. Kind of salad : TACO
52. Father, in the Bible : ABBA
56. Slant : PERSONALOPINION
61. Took a firm stand : PUTONESFOOTDOWN
62. Reacts to breaking news, perhaps : STOPSTHEPRESSES
1. First offer? : CAIN
2. "Heavens!" : OHMY
3. Takes a bough? : LOPS
4. "Two Women" star : LOREN
5. Anka's "___ Beso" : ESO
6. Not mil. : CIV
7. Driving need : TEE
8. Driving needs : IRONS
9. "Die Frau ___ Schatten" (Strauss opera) : OHNE
10. Dessert, to a dieter : NONO
11. It may be medical : PLAN
12. Berated, with "into" : LIT
13. Video category : ADULT
14. Wheel of Fortune, e.g. : TAROT
15. Focus group? : EYES
22. Sooner than soon : ATONCE
23. Like some enemies : MORTAL
24. Contacts, in a way : EMAILS
25. "Angel of Light" novelist : OATES
26. Bank action, briefly : REPO
27. Fall sound : PLOP
28. Fictional spy ___ Helm : MATT
30. Emphatic denial : HELLNO
31. Astaire and others : ADELES
32. Bare : DENUDE
34. It goes with almost anything : BEIGE
35. ___ chi : TAI
36. "Tutte le feste," e.g. : ARIA
37. Inventor Sikorsky : IGOR
38. Massachusetts city with a harbor : LYNN
44. Alaskan tongue : ALEUT
45. ___ Novo (Benin's capital) : PORTO
46. Pocahontas's husband : ROLFE
47. Goes across the board? : SANDS
48. "The Mod Squad" co-star, 1999 : EPPS
49. A slew : TONS
50. Working without ___ : ANET
51. Bills : CASH
53. Curricula vitae : BIOS
54. Holyfield defeater, 1995 : BOWE
55. Miller and Lee : ANNS
57. Pacifier : SOP
58. Alley of Moo : OOP
59. "___ qué?" ("Why?"): Sp. : POR
60. Follower of Israel? : ITE

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