New York Times, Saturday, April 6, 2002

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 35 Missing: {BFQ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 59 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Author who received an O.B.E. in 2001 : JKROWLING
10. Sheep predator : DINGO
15. Small plane, perhaps : ONESEATER
16. Noted Toho School of Music graduate : OZAWA
17. Person eligible for casting? : REGISTEREDVOTER
19. Clothing : GEAR
20. Like cream cheese or suntan lotion : SMEAREDON
21. ___ Bell (Emily Brontë pseudonym) : ELLIS
23. Spot : SITE
24. HBO alternative : SHO
26. Pops : DADDIES
31. "So it's you!" : AHA
34. Bird that may be groove-billed : ANI
36. Ex-president Obote, for one : UGANDAN
38. Member of a noted colony : PILGRIM
40. They may attract workers : NECTARS
41. Insiders are in it : THELOOP
42. 3,300-year-old king : TUT
43. Italian pronoun : MIA
44. Stewart's successor on the bench : OCONNOR
46. Holder of the Host : PYX
48. Noted count, for short : DRAC
50. Chow checker : LEASH
54. Fictional elocution student : DOOLITTLE
59. Western Athletic conference team : RICE
60. Alcuin's assertion to Charlemagne : VOXPOPULIVOXDEI
62. Commander in a kaffiyeh : EMEER
63. Almost scores : NINETEENS
64. Metric unit : TONNE
65. Absorbs : ENGROSSES
1. Novelist Amado : JORGE
2. Cry to a slave : KNEEL
3. À la king? : REGAL
4. Set slew him : OSIRIS
5. Montgomery of jazz : WES
6. Arm movers, briefly : LATS
7. List makeup : ITEMS
8. Moon of Neptune : NEREID
9. Woman in a tree? : GREATAUNT
10. Magician's live prop : DOVE
11. Kind of shirt : IZOD
12. Grp. with a secretary general : NATO
13. ___ Stefani, lead singer of No Doubt : GWEN
14. Crew member : OAR
18. Uncover : DREDGEUP
22. Likud party co-founder : SHARON
25. Chip topper : ONIONDIP
27. Toe, e.g. : DACTYL
28. Abbr. on some statements : INT
29. Dutch export : EDAM
30. Southern Asian apparel : SARI
31. Unusually intelligent : APT
32. Ritz rival : HIHO
33. Piano virtuoso Templeton : ALEC
35. Press persistently : IMPORTUNE
37. Hush-hush grp. : NSA
39. Day's end? : GLO
45. Nautical rope: Var. : RATLIN
47. Thermopylae victor : XERXES
49. Be tenacious : CLING
51. Embassy workers : AIDES
52. Script part : SCENE
53. 1960 figure skating gold medalist : HEISS
54. Major-___ : DOMO
55. Draft team : OXEN
56. Uncover : OPEN
57. Knowledge : LORE
58. Who can come before it : EVER
60. Chow checker : VET
61. Plains people : OTO

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