New York Times, Thursday, March 13, 2003

Author: David J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 92 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Lyricist ___ David : HAL
4. Boxer, for one : BREED
9. Subject of a 2001 best-selling McCullough biography : ADAMS
14. "Shine a Little Love" grp., 1979 : ELO
15. Colorado or Missouri : RIVER
16. Work for a designer, maybe : MODEL
17. ___ Khan : AGA
18. How twins often dress : ALIKE
19. Askew : ODDLY
20. Get sharper, militarily : REDRILL
22. As snug as ___ ... : ABUG
24. Groups of three : TRIUNES
25. Dish served on toast : RAREBIT
29. Coastal feature : INLET
30. Prefix with concert : DIS
31. Perry Como classic : MORE
32. Golden-___ : AGER
33. Components of a 2.0 average : CEES
34. Butter overseas : IBEX
35. They're hidden in 8-, 10-, 21- and 33-Down : ZODIACSIGNS
38. Starting : ASOF
40. Cluster : CLOT
41. Met display : OILS
43. Support for the elderly? : CANE
44. Show : AIR
45. Water polo squad : SEVEN
46. Filly : horse :: ___ : sheep : EWELAMB
48. Back-to-back, in France : DOSADOS
50. Constantly : EVER
51. Shoe style : OPENTOE
52. It may be close : SHAVE
55. Friendly greeting : ALOHA
57. Homophone of 7-Down : EKE
58. Kind of plant : POWER
59. Singer Amos and others : TORIS
60. ___ Lingus : AER
61. Deal maker : AGENT
62. "A Modest Proposal," e.g. : ESSAY
63. Partner, with "the" : MRS
1. Caring : HEART
2. Constantine is its third-largest city : ALGERIA
3. You can't park here : LOADINGZONE
4. Minnesota city in "Fargo" : BRAINERD
5. Running water : RILLET
6. Iniquities : EVILS
7. Comic book cry : EEK
8. Least pleasant, weatherwise : DREARIEST
9. A Lille love : AMOUR
10. Popular family vehicle : DODGEMINIVAN
11. Put in : ADD
12. Brooks of Broadway : MEL
13. Arch : SLY
21. Hand-counting method, in bridge : RULEOFELEVEN
23. Often villainous operatic roles : BASSI
26. Downhill racers : BOBSLEDTEAM
27. Pique : IRE
28. Western moniker : TEX
30. Designer's focus : DECOR
33. Set, in a way : CALIBRATE
36. Start of a boast : ICAME
37. Treats gently, with "on" : GOESEASY
38. Deck feature : ACE
39. Cutter : SAW
42. Get the better of : SNOOKER
45. Loren of "Lady L" : SOPHIA
47. Deflect : AVERT
48. Some swingers : DOORS
49. Visionaries : SEERS
52. Place for sweaters : SPA
53. Glutton : HOG
54. Blow away : AWE
56. ___ Lobos : LOS

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