New York Times, Saturday, April 20, 2002

Author: Dana Motley
Editor: Will Shortz
Dana Motley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 31 Missing: {JQVXZ} This is puzzle # 13 for Ms. Motley. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Alternative to steps : RAMP
5. Ring : ECHO
9. Hindenburg's predecessor as German president : EBERT
14. Kind of team : AWAY
15. Wing-shaped : ALAR
16. First name in swing : ARTIE
17. Imperturbability : SANGFROID
19. Territories : TURFS
20. Fermi's first : PRIMA
21. Post production? : GRAPENUTS
23. Line intersecting a curve : SECANT
25. Old saloon sights : PIANOS
26. Fattening : LARDING
28. Farm sound : CAW
31. Amendment impetus, maybe : PETITION
34. Pontiac, e.g. : OTTAWA
37. Desperate measures : HEROICS
38. Cast aside : SPURNED
39. Instrumentality : AGENCY
40. Sanctimonious sort : PHARISEE
41. Fed. management grp. : GSA
42. Chaps, e.g. : COLOGNE
44. Goethe play that was banned : STELLA
47. Busy : ORNATE
51. Ice cream order : DOUBLEDIP
54. Get with the program? : ENROL
55. Documentarian Morris : ERROL
56. Trying to trap : INSIDIOUS
58. Where the action is : SCENE
59. Ancient Olympics site : ELIS
60. Hammett creation : ASTA
61. Silkwood of "Silkwood" : KAREN
62. Part of 27-Down: Abbr. : SYST
63. Not as : LESS
1. Scratches : RASPS
2. Posted, so to speak : AWARE
3. Hysterical : MANIC
4. He loved his work : PYGMALION
5. Ring bearer, maybe : EAR
6. Flow stopper : CLOG
7. Turn type : HAIRPIN
8. Make a father : ORDAIN
9. Put away : EATEN
10. Conductor ___ Walter : BRUNO
11. Dwellers in ancient Tuscany : ETRUSCANS
12. Break : RIFT
13. "The Lover of Horses" author Gallagher : TESS
18. True believer : FANATIC
22. U.S. naval base until 1951 : PAGOPAGO
24. Scooter alternative : TRICYCLE
27. Microsoft product : DOS
29. ___ bit (slightly) : AWEE
30. Cranes do it : WADE
31. Feeding: Prefix : PHAG
32. Hosp. readings : EEGS
33. One may show you the money : TREASURER
35. Flush : TURNRED
36. More frequent than the Olympics : TRIENNIAL
38. HBO alternative : SHO
40. À la the Amish : PLAINLY
43. Radio format : OLDIES
45. Something to gnaw on : TBONE
46. Sigourney's role in "Alien" : ELLEN
48. Originated : AROSE
49. Talks up : TOUTS
50. "___ Dream" (Wagner aria) : ELSAS
51. Study piece : DESK
52. Marine predator : ORCA
53. They're trident-shaped : PSIS
57. Left end? : IST

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