New York Times, Friday, April 2, 2004

Author: Gilbert H. Ludwig
Editor: Will Shortz
Gilbert H. Ludwig
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 31 Missing: {FJPQXZ} This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Ludwig. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. 9-Across's sidekick : COSTELLO
9. 1-Across's sidekick : ABBOTT
15. Domestic : INTERIOR
16. It may be full of junk : DRAWER
17. Fit behind the wheel : ROADRAGE
18. Cabbage : DINERO
19. Noted sports retiree of 1951 : DIMAGGIO
21. Morning glistener : DEW
22. Lead-in for breath or tears : BABYS
25. Bust figure : NARC
26. Sugar suffix : OSE
27. Certain bazaargoer : ARAB
28. Yank : USNATIONAL
31. Virginia suburb of Washington : MCLEAN
33. Thin-skinned one : ONION
34. Its flag consists of one white star on a blue background : SOMALIA
36. "Stay!" : DONOTGO
40. Enlisted personnel : RANKS
42. Crunchy snack food : NACHOS
43. Bells may indicate them : CLASSTIMES
47. South American city of 2 million : CALI
48. Brief rule? : REG
49. Paradigm of patience : ENID
50. Bygone tale tellers : BARDS
51. Suffix with 57-Down : IVE
52. Revelation subject : ENDTIMES
54. Had a problem with : MINDED
56. Native lingua : ITALIANO
60. Get through : ENDURE
61. Widespread : NONLOCAL
62. Neptune, e.g. : SEAGOD
63. Chinese restaurant offering : GREENTEA
1. Geom. figure : CIR
2. "Beautiful Boys" singer : ONO
3. Stop on a line: Abbr. : STA
4. Crib collection : TEDDYBEARS
5. "To ___ human ..." : ERRIS
6. British rocker Gallagher : LIAM
7. "___ Run" (classic sci-fi novel) : LOGANS
8. Sauce ingredient : OREGANO
9. Hard things to break : ADDICTIONS
10. Pep : BRIO
11. Sure rival : BAN
12. Due from, as a bill : OWEDON
13. Weatherspoon of the W.N.B.A. : TERESA
14. Mortar spreader : TROWEL
20. Heist unit : GRAND
22. Loud hits : BAMS
23. Big energy supplier : ARCO
24. Bee ___ : BALM
28. Like some puns : UNINTENDED
29. Island near Mull : IONA
30. Now and then : ONOCCASION
32. Regrettably : ALAS
35. "___ of Loving" (Stan Barstow novel) : AKIND
37. Old salt's adverb : THAR
38. Symbol of goodness : GOLD
39. Medical suffix : OSIS
41. Rapping : SMITING
43. Record listings? : CRIMES
44. James of the Met : LEVINE
45. Slate of affairs? : AGENDA
46. Film worker : EDITOR
50. Southern ___ : BELLE
52. Architect Saarinen : EERO
53. It connects to the neck : MANE
55. Thought was really cool : DUG
57. Do lines? : ACT
58. Scot's denial : NAE
59. Suffix with play : OLA

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