New York Times, Wednesday, April 30, 2003

Author: Jerry E. Rosman
Editor: Will Shortz
Jerry E. Rosman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QWXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Rosman. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Leno, notably : HOST
5. Black key : EFLAT
10. Cyber-nuisance : SPAM
14. The Charleses' canine : ASTA
15. Suspicious : LEERY
16. Place to spend euros : EIRE
17. Start of a roadside verse : THIRTYDAYS
19. 1994 Jodie Foster film : NELL
20. Animation pic : CEL
21. Tempe sch. : ASU
22. Broad scarf : ASCOT
23. Verse, part 2 : HATHSEPTEMBER
28. Enzyme suffix : ASE
29. Lukas of "Witness" : HAAS
30. Article in Hoy : UNA
33. Sacagawea, e.g. : GUIDE
36. Word with back or black : LIST
37. "Just ___!" : ASEC
38. Verse, part 3 : APRILJUNEANDTHE
41. Rioter's take : LOOT
42. Grates on : IRKS
43. Fertile spot : OASIS
44. Newswoman Compton : ANN
45. Stats for Sosa : RBIS
46. S.D.I. weapon : ABM
47. End of the verse : SPEEDOFFENDER
53. Simple chord : TRIAD
55. Addition : ELL
56. High dudgeon : IRE
57. Library refs. : OEDS
58. Provider of the verse : BURMASHAVE
62. ___ greens : BEET
63. Codeine source : OPIUM
64. "Battle Cry" author : URIS
65. Joy Adamson's cub : ELSA
66. Come home : SCORE
67. Daly of "Judging Amy" : TYNE
1. Come out of one's shell? : HATCH
2. Actor Milo : OSHEA
3. Long-legged wader : STILT
4. Road crew supply : TAR
5. French government, with "the" : ELYSEE
6. Sick and tired : FEDUP
7. Idyllic place : LEA
8. Document ender? : ARY
9. Cobb and others : TYS
10. Brainpower : SENSE
11. Quiche holders : PIECRUSTS
12. Alice's chronicler, in song : ARLO
13. Hot sandwich : MELT
18. End of a stalk of corn : TASSEL
22. Focus of stomach-crunching : ABS
24. "I've ___ up to here!" : HADIT
25. "Really?" : THINKSO
26. Lets up : EASES
27. ___ Hari : MATA
31. Brand once advertised as "Tops in taste" : NEHI
32. The Red Baron and others : ACES
33. Blowout : GALA
34. Abreast of : UPON
35. Old ___ (Boston sight) : IRONSIDES
36. Like some tabloid headlines : LURID
37. Rhett's last words : ADAMN
39. Be in accord : JIBE
40. Prestigious prizes : NOBELS
45. McCarthy quarry : RED
46. Burning : AFLAME
48. Ziti, e.g. : PASTA
49. Big bone : FEMUR
50. Lock site, maybe : DIARY
51. Sen. Sam of Watergate fame : ERVIN
52. Snider teammate : REESE
53. Option for Hamlet : TOBE
54. Angler's need : REEL
58. Diddley and Derek : BOS
59. It's scanned in mkts. : UPC
60. Uruguay, e.g. : RIO
61. Unfancy home : HUT

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