New York Times, Saturday, March 2, 2002

Author: Jim Page
Editor: Will Shortz
Jim Page
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JKQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 80 for Mr. Page. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. When coins came into common use : IRONAGE
8. Hoedown moves: Var. : DOSADOS
15. Go-getters : DYNAMOS
16. Cuckoo : NUTCASE
17. Finishes, as a project : SEESOUT
18. Constitution's home : ATLANTA
19. There's a holy one every yr. : THUR
20. Less spirited : DROOPIER
21. Pasta Bolognese ingredient : GROUNDBEEF
24. Get the big picture?: Abbr. : ENL
25. German diver : UBOAT
26. Treaty inits. : OAS
27. Oft-quoted Irishman : WILDE
29. Fraction of a sen : RIN
30. It can't fail : SUREBET
32. One putting stickers on windows, maybe : USEDCARSALESMAN
38. Liszt's birthplace : HUNGARY
39. Berbick beat him in 1981 : ALI
40. Supremely favored : BLEST
43. Dict. shelfmate : ENC
44. Hand on a deck : BOSUN
46. Nova, e.g. : LOX
47. Causing trouble : BOTHERSOME
49. A rosary bead may represent one : AVEMARIA
52. Been abed : LAIN
53. Stops using : RETIRES
54. Register output : RECEIPT
57. Some former lecturers : EMERITI
58. Disinclination to change : INERTIA
59. Postwar German chancellor, familiarly : DERALTE
60. Wayward offspring : BADSEED
1. Fingers : IDS
2. Kvass has it : RYE
3. Kind of relationship : ONETOONE
4. City on the Merrimack : NASHUA
5. 54-Across info : AMOUNT
6. Noggin : GOURD
7. N.Y. minutes? : EST
8. Human Genome Project, e.g. : DNARESEARCH
9. Not just short on : OUTOF
10. City in July 1944 news : STLO
11. Put ___ on (limit) : ACAP
12. Vice President Tompkins : DANIEL
13. West Flanders resort port : OSTEND
14. Celebrex manufacturer : SEARLE
20. Wish list opener : DEARSANTA
21. Mentor : GURU
22. Piazza deliveries?: Abbr. : RBIS
23. Communist target : BOURGEOISIE
27. Midget : WEE
28. "___ You" (song from "The Music Man") : ITS
30. Start of many place names : SAN
31. "Iron John" author Robert : BLY
33. The N.L. doesn't allow them : DHS
34. Set shout : CUT
35. Paneling material : MASONITE
36. One with an old school tie : ALUM
37. Cardinal with a loop : NINE
40. Proclaimed flamboyantly : BLARED
41. 1957 Elvis Presley hit : LOVEME
42. Revolutionary capital of New Hampshire : EXETER
44. Kept up : BRACED
45. Basket weaver's supply : OSIERS
47. Jake's love in "The Sun Also Rises" : BRETT
48. Zorro's daughter in "The Mask of Zorro" : ELENA
50. Red giant in Cetus : MIRA
51. Botanical cover : ARIL
54. Kid : RIB
55. Ice cream go-with : PIE
56. Little bit : TAD

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