New York Times, Tuesday, April 1, 2003

Author: Rich Norris
Editor: Will Shortz
Rich Norris
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {FQXZ} This is puzzle # 168 for Mr. Norris. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Direction for Greeley : WEST
5. Helen's abductor : PARIS
10. Spreadsheet filler : DATA
14. Locality : AREA
15. Thomas Gray work : ELEGY
16. "Help ___ the way!" : ISON
17. "Poor Little Fool" singer : RICKNELSON
19. Quickly, in the I.C.U. : STAT
20. Shooting star : METEOR
21. Dissertation : TREATISE
23. Use a Singer : SEW
25. No-nos : DONTS
26. "What Kind of Fool Am I" singer : SAMMYDAVISJR
33. Met song : ARIA
34. Lane co-worker at the Daily Planet : KENT
35. Norse thunder god : THOR
39. Short skirt : MINI
40. Orioles and cardinals : BIRDS
41. "Othello" villain : IAGO
42. Genesis paradise : EDEN
43. Annul : UNDO
44. French airport : ORLY
45. "The Fool on the Hill" bandleader : SERGIOMENDES
49. Dundee residents : SCOTS
52. "Norma ___" : RAE
53. Where bowlers may go : HATRACKS
57. Wall Street employee : TRADER
62. Tooth trouble : ACHE
63. "She's a Fool" songstress : LESLEYGORE
65. Perlman of "Cheers" : RHEA
66. Prefix with face or faith : INTER
67. Supreme Norse deity : ODIN
68. Salon job : PERM
69. Puts on the bulletin board : POSTS
70. Missing : GONE
1. Friendly : WARM
2. Cleveland's lake : ERIE
3. Religious group : SECT
4. Bit of filming : TAKE
5. Looked intently : PEERED
6. Everybody : ALL
7. Take five : REST
8. Dr. Frankenstein's assistant : IGOR
9. "Auld Lang ___" : SYNE
10. Wide-angle lens concern : DISTORTION
11. John of "The Addams Family" : ASTIN
12. Raise one's glass to : TOAST
13. Starts a pot : ANTES
18. Like a yenta : NOSY
22. Word modifier: Abbr. : ADJ
24. Regaining consciousness : WAKING
26. Identical : SAME
27. Like the Gobi : ARID
28. Coal hole : MINE
29. Not the fringes : MAINSTREAM
30. "Rigoletto" composer : VERDI
31. Kind of plumbing : INDOOR
32. Thoroughfares: Abbr. : STS
36. Knotty : HARD
37. Look at flirtatiously : OGLE
38. Rogers and Clark : ROYS
40. Prickly husk : BUR
46. Spaniard's "that" : ESA
47. Alma ___ (grads' schools) : MATERS
48. Mysterious: Var. : EERY
49. Quick-witted : SHARP
50. Hiding place : CACHE
51. Different : OTHER
54. Fast pace : CLIP
55. Lotto relative : KENO
56. Some arrivals at 44-Across : SSTS
58. Wide-eyed : AGOG
59. Knucklehead : DODO
60. Ireland, in poesy : ERIN
61. Philosopher Descartes : RENE
64. Allow : LET

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