New York Times, Thursday, April 24, 2003

Author: Paula Gamache
Editor: Will Shortz
Paula Gamache
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Ms. Gamache. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Kite feature : BEAK
5. Not many : AFEW
9. "Mr. Belvedere" co-star : GRAFF
14. What fans may do : YELL
15. Whopper : TALE
16. Conversation starter : HELLO
17. Allure shelfmate : ELLE
18. Harness race : TROT
19. Willow twig : OSIER
20. Phrase on the back of a buck : EPLURIBUSUNUM
23. It comes from the heart : AORTA
25. Feature of some bucks : ANTLERS
26. Phrase on the back of a buck : INGODWETRUST
30. Agnus ___ : DEI
31. Kind of palm : SAGO
32. Relative of "Oh, no!" : EGAD
36. De novo : ANEW
38. With 46-Across, phrase on the back of a buck : NOVUS
41. View from a hill : DALE
42. Between-meal bite : NOSH
43. Scratches (out) : EKES
45. PC acronym : ROM
46. See 38-Across : ORDOSECLORUM
51. Thumb one's nose at : DISDAIN
54. Stand : ABIDE
55. Phrase on the back of a buck : ANNUITCOEPTIS
59. Principal pipes : MAINS
60. Cutting the mustard : ABLE
61. Calamities : WOES
64. Loosen : UNTIE
65. Like some meat : LEAN
66. O'Neill's Christie : ANNA
67. Bad news for a crop farmer : PESTS
68. Country singer Anderson : LYNN
69. Tiny fraction of a min. : NSEC
1. "Toodles!" : BYE
2. One with electric organs : EEL
3. Scratch tests test for them : ALLERGIES
4. One who lifts a lot : KLEPTO
5. Farthest of the Near Islands : ATTU
6. "M*A*S*H" actor : FARR
7. "The Time Machine" leisure class : ELOI
8. Hotel suite amenity : WETBAR
9. Some trick-or-treaters : GHOSTS
10. Ended up : RESULTED
11. Dior design : ALINE
12. Bloom in le jardin : FLEUR
13. Red tape, often : FORMS
21. Pip and others : LADS
22. Three-time Burmese prime minister : UNU
23. Quinn of "Blink" : AIDAN
24. Informal bridge bid : ONENO
27. Blanched : WAN
28. It may be easily bruised : EGO
29. Carroll's "slithy" ones : TOVES
33. Posts for privates : GARRISONS
34. One way to think : ALOUD
35. "The Silence of the Lambs" director : DEMME
37. Edgar Award candidate : WHODUNIT
39. It's plucked in Polynesia : UKE
40. Wine label word : SEC
44. Blind segment : SLAT
47. Ups : RAISES
48. Telegraphic click : DIT
49. Available : ONCALL
50. Alec played him in "Star Wars" : OBIWAN
51. Obstruct : DAMUP
52. Cockamamie : INANE
53. Foul moods : SNITS
56. Follow : OBEY
57. Flair : ELAN
58. ___ Station : PENN
62. Route abbr. : ENE
63. Egg holder, of sorts : SAC

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