New York Times, Friday, March 8, 2002

Author: David J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JKQZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 82 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Dance with sharp turns : BOLERO
7. Kind of year: Abbr. : FISC
11. ___ Friday : SGT
14. Kind of recording : ANALOG
15. Month before Nisan : ADAR
16. Lawyer on TV's "Civil Wars" : ELI
17. Handle differently? : RENAME
18. Get on, in more ways than one : RIDE
19. One of the Bobbsey twins : NAN
20. Like some sums : TIDY
21. Ticklish one? : ELMO
23. At ___ (with consequences) : ACOST
25. Playwright Ayckbourn : ALAN
26. Sewer line? : HEM
27. Viking's destination : MARS
28. Rigel and Spica : BLUESTARS
31. Worked regularly at : PLIED
33. "Now, where ___?" : WASI
34. All-in-one software packages : SUITES
35. Western herd member : AMERICANBUFFALO
40. Least likely to crack : SANEST
41. Bailiwick : TURF
42. Con men? : ANTIS
43. Fitting container for this puzzle? : CHEESEBOX
48. Nick : DING
49. Female salmon : HEN
50. It may be coed : DORM
51. Island in the Taiwan Strait : MATSU
52. Some promises : IDOS
54. Stretch : AREA
55. Web browser entry : URL
56. Vaulted recess : APSE
58. "Ishtar" sights : CAMELS
60. It may be analyzed before a stroke : LIE
61. Fall back : REEL
62. Like 42-Across : AVERSE
63. Run out : END
64. Certain pickle : DILL
65. Pickles : MESSES
1. It may be run up by drinking : BARTAB
2. Bush Treasury secretary : ONEILL
3. Carriage with a fold-down top : LANDAU
4. Comic Boosler : ELAYNE
5. CD follower : ROM
6. S shape : OGEE
7. Tune for tykes, with "The" : FARMERINTHEDELL
8. Hurdles for language learners : IDIOMS
9. Like some commentary : SAD
10. Timid types : CREAMPUFFS
11. Miss out in Mexico? : SENORITA
12. Elver : GLASSEEL
13. Salon request : TINT
22. Potala Palace's place : LHASA
24. U.S. 101 locale: Abbr. : CALIF
29. Pope protector : SWISSGUARD
30. Good host's gift : TACT
32. Award since 1886: Abbr. : DSO
34. "No problem" : SURE
35. Comparison connector : ASA
36. Language of 800+ million : MANDARIN
37. Qualified : ENTITLED
38. Control, symbolically : REINS
39. It's good to an 11-Down : BUENO
43. Cheat : CHISEL
44. Mingo portrayer on 60's TV : EDAMES
45. Shipworms, e.g. : BORERS
46. Part of a stern warning : ORELSE
47. Short holidays? : XMASES
51. Lounging footwear : MULE
53. Cheat : SCAM
57. Canton-born designer : PEI
59. Park in N.Y.C., e.g. : AVE

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