New York Times, Monday, April 21, 2003

Author: Randall J. Hartman
Editor: Will Shortz
Randall J. Hartman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 46 for Mr. Hartman. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. More meanspirited : BASER
6. Elvis moved his, famously : HIPS
10. Cole ___ : SLAW
14. Now, in Spain : AHORA
15. Gaelic : ERSE
16. George W. Bush's alma mater : YALE
17. Big name in weight loss : JENNYCRAIG
19. Sound preceding crackle and pop : SNAP
20. Mornings, for short : AMS
21. "There ___ the neighborhood!" : GOES
22. Genetic anomaly : MUTANT
24. Inning divisions : OUTS
25. Withered : SERE
26. "Take my wife ... please!" comedian : HENNYYOUNGMAN
31. Lumps of Clay? : FISTS
32. Quote : CITE
33. "I do," at the altar : VOW
35. Chancellor von Bismarck : OTTO
36. "Hyperion" poet : KEATS
38. Baseball's Ruth : BABE
39. Poe's "The Murders in the ___ Morgue" : RUE
40. Unload, as stock : SELL
41. Took a stab at : TRIED
42. "Big" director, 1988 : PENNYMARSHALL
46. Sounds of pleasure : AAHS
47. Singer Redding : OTIS
48. Color of Duke Ellington's "Mood" : INDIGO
51. Its slogan is "Where America's Day Begins" : GUAM
52. Little lie : FIB
55. Medicine bottle : VIAL
56. Real-life comic played in film by Dustin Hoffman : LENNYBRUCE
59. Feed the kitty : ANTE
60. "Heavens to Betsy!" : EGAD
61. Furniture polish scent : LEMON
62. Requirement : NEED
63. Scatters, as seed : SOWS
64. Happening : EVENT
1. ___ California : BAJA
2. Throat clearing : AHEM
3. Princes, but not princesses : SONS
4. Suffix with north or south : ERN
5. Sci-fi weapons : RAYGUNS
6. Rejection of church dogma : HERESY
7. Levin and Gershwin : IRAS
8. Letter before omega : PSI
9. Divisions : SEGMENTS
10. Network : SYSTEM
11. Glamorous actress Turner : LANA
12. Broadway's ___ Jay Lerner : ALAN
13. Cried : WEPT
18. 1950's French president René : COTY
23. Press on : URGE
24. Cognizant of : ONTO
25. Business attire : SUIT
26. Try to get money from, slangily : HITUP
27. Cosmetician Lauder : ESTEE
28. Florida citrus city : OCALA
29. Be of use to : AVAIL
30. Prestigious prize : NOBEL
31. Supporting : FOR
34. Join in holy matrimony : WED
36. Peepers' places : KEYHOLES
37. Shade trees : ELMS
38. Playtex products : BRAS
40. Glitch : SNAG
41. Sewing aid : THIMBLE
43. Caught in the act : NAILED
44. Doctors make them in hospitals : ROUNDS
45. Not leave : STAY
48. ___ the Terrible : IVAN
49. Number dialed before two ones : NINE
50. July 4, 1776, e.g. : DATE
51. Chew (on) : GNAW
52. Show anger : FUME
53. Bit of Windows dressing? : ICON
54. Not straight : BENT
57. Freudian topic : EGO
58. Gun, as an engine : REV

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