New York Times, Friday, March 29, 2002

Author: Kevin Hagen
Editor: Will Shortz
Kevin Hagen
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: {FJQVXZ} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Hagen. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "The Road Ahead" author : BILLGATES
10. Covered (in) : AWASH
15. Unable to escape : INTOODEEP
16. Lily in a wedding bouquet : CALLA
17. Like a vaudevillian villain : DASTARDLY
18. Influence : CLOUT
19. Project against ICBM's : SDI
20. "I swear ..." : SOHELPME
22. Explorer's org. : BSA
25. Thinking person's conclusion? : IAM
27. Agrees, in a way : NODS
28. It carried Galileo into space : ATLANTIS
31. Preceders of gimels : BETHS
34. Some court workers : BALLGIRLS
36. It's all in your mind : DREAM
38. First martyr, according to Matthew : ABEL
39. Baby, at times : COOER
41. "Ziegfeld Follies" costume designer : ERTE
42. Carried on : RAGED
44. Saturated with : STEEPEDIN
46. Land in Rome : TERRA
48. Race line-up : STARTERS
49. Kind of warfare : GANG
51. Gray piece : ODE
52. He played Cardinal Richelieu in "The Musketeer" : REA
53. Some pointless exercises : MAKEWORK
57. Sacramental user of peyote : UTE
59. Stag : ALONE
60. Customs job : INSPECTOR
65. St. ___ Shores, Mich. : CLAIR
66. Absent : NOTONHAND
67. Gets together, informally : SYNCS
68. Stars : STANDOUTS
1. Raise one's hand, perhaps : BID
2. ___ mess : INA
3. Mil. figures : LTS
4. Scores : LOTS
5. Prodding : GOADING
6. Montenegro's locale : ADRIATIC
7. Poet Hughes : TED
8. Unagi and anago, at a sushi bar : EELS
9. Watch slyly : SPYON
10. Gave in : ACCEDED
11. Where bears may be found : WALLSTREET
12. Crooked : ALOP
13. Urban renewal target : SLUM
14. No fond feeling : HATE
21. Nail preceder : HOB
22. Storybook elephant : BABAR
23. "___ Mater" (hymn) : STABAT
24. Contend : ALLEGE
26. Some Surrealist works : MIROS
29. Causing a rash reaction? : ALLERGENIC
30. Fruit-filled machines? : SLOTS
32. Cowboy, for one : HERDER
33. "The Praise of Folly," e.g. : SATIRE
35. Handle : SEETO
37. Group of brains : MENSA
40. Study : READUPON
43. Long johns, e.g. : DRAWERS
45. Simulated : PRETEND
47. Year in Rio : ANO
50. Smug looks, sometimes : GRINS
53. Apple production : MACS
54. Supporter : ALLY
55. Zen master's question : KOAN
56. Board defect : KNOT
58. Say again : ECHO
61. Stop along the line: Abbr. : STA
62. Certain cross : TAU
63. Neighbor of N.Y. : ONT
64. Cartography lines: Abbr. : RDS

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