New York Times, Monday, April 14, 2003

Author: Janet R. Bender
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FKQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 20 for Ms. Bender. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Enjoy the taste of : SAVOR
6. Log home : CABIN
11. Yeshiva student : JEW
14. Baloney : TRIPE
15. Refrigerator brand : AMANA
16. Air-quality monitoring org. : EPA
17. Looks at lustfully : OGLES
18. Incursion at a sorority : PANTYRAID
20. Where San Juan is : PUERTORICO
22. Formerly : ONCE
23. Hospital fluids : SERA
24. Pipe player of myth : PAN
25. ___ King Cole : NAT
27. 6-4, e.g., in tennis : SET
29. Classic Cadillac : DEVILLE
33. ___ Na Na : SHA
36. Qaddafi's country : LIBYA
39. Diarist Nin : ANAIS
40. Media consultant's field : PUBLICRELATIONS
43. Shoelace tip : AGLET
44. Boxing venue : ARENA
45. Michigan's ___ Canals : SOO
46. Wobbles on the edge : TEETERS
48. Canine warning : GRR
50. Mao ___-tung : TSE
51. Pedal digit : TOE
53. Dashing style : ELAN
57. "Garfield" dog : ODIE
60. Colonial silversmith : PAULREVERE
63. Substantial entrees : POTROASTS
65. Cut into tiny pieces : MINCE
66. Ripen : AGE
67. Likewise : DITTO
68. Like the walls at Wrigley Field : IVIED
69. Moon vehicle, for short : LEM
70. Center of a sink : DRAIN
71. Tears apart : RENDS
1. Comes to an end : STOPS
2. Bicker : ARGUE
3. Nastier : VILER
4. "Falstaff" and "Fidelio" : OPERAS
5. Take five : REST
6. Frank who directed "Mr. Deeds Goes to Town" : CAPRA
7. With full force : AMAIN
8. Judges' seat : BANC
9. Chant : INTONE
10. "Aye" canceler : NAY
11. Artist Millet or Corot : JEAN
12. Homer's "Iliad," e.g. : EPIC
13. Ford a shallow stream, say : WADE
19. Spiral pasta : ROTINI
21. Of the eye : OPTIC
26. Personification : AVATAR
28. Groups with influence : ELITES
29. Valley : DALE
30. Neighbor of Vietnam : LAOS
31. Prefix with type : LINO
32. Old "Happy motoring!" sloganeer : ESSO
33. Petty quarrel : SPAT
34. Bigger than big : HUGE
35. Competent : ABLE
37. Maidenform products : BRAS
38. Suffix with saw or law : YER
41. Envelope's contents : LETTER
42. Make blood boil : ANGER
47. Fix : REPAIR
49. Bring back : REVIVE
51. ___-frutti : TUTTI
52. Game show announcer Johnny who cried "Come on down!" : OLSON
54. Stalin's predecessor : LENIN
55. Curve-shaped : ARCED
56. Requires : NEEDS
57. Silica gem : OPAL
58. Former Venetian magistrate : DOGE
59. Couple in a gossip column : ITEM
61. "The Thin Man" pooch : ASTA
62. Ruler of Qatar : EMIR
64. Unmatched, as socks : ODD

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