New York Times, Thursday, May 9, 2002

Author: Cathy Millhauser
Editor: Will Shortz
Cathy Allis
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {VZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 69 for Ms. Allis. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Melville megalomaniac : AHAB
5. He's found in books : WALDO
10. One kind is slippery : ELM
13. Fat cat : NABOB
15. Ruhr-al city? : ESSEN
16. Sine ___ non : QUA
17. With 23-Across, story about a noisy snorer? : THELEGENDOF
19. Prefix with cellular : UNI
20. It's tossed at Spanish restaurants : ENSALADA
21. Missouri River tributary : OSAGE
23. See 17-Across : SLEEPYHOLLER
26. Retainer, e.g. : FEE
29. Berne sight : AAR
30. Modern camera setting : AUTO
31. Belief of more than 5 million Americans : ISLAM
33. Pound sound : ARF
34. Fashion designer Vera : WANG
38. Chap who's a skilled lumberjack? : JOLLYGOODFELLER
42. Author Dinesen : ISAK
43. Add-on : ELL
44. Family name in "Brideshead Revisited" : RYDER
45. Make ___ dash : AMAD
47. Fig. of interest : APR
49. 1970 Sportsman of the Year : ORR
50. Tendency to "lose it"? : YELLERSTREAK
55. Farm letters? : EIEIO
56. Kind of relationship : ONETOONE
60. Bustle : ADO
61. "Ain't Misbehavin'" composer misbehaving? : WALLERINSIN
64. Alternative to Bowser : REX
65. Sporting blades : EPEES
66. Maine's ___ Bay : CASCO
67. Mr., abroad : SRI
68. Powders : DUSTS
69. Store originally in Herald Square : SAKS
1. A chip, maybe : ANTE
2. Nuclear fission Nobelist Otto : HAHN
3. Fortas, Vigoda, etc. : ABES
4. Gauchos' weapons : BOLAS
5. Gardening tool : WEEDER
6. "Duck soup!" : ASNAP
7. It was dropped in the 60's : LSD
8. "Jubilate ___" (hymn of praise) : DEO
9. Hoofing it : ONFOOT
10. Match : EQUAL
11. Fencing move : LUNGE
12. Gold medalist skier Hermann : MAIER
14. Ralph of "Sunrise at Campobello" : BELLAMY
18. Mythical mother of the Titans : GAEA
22. Inchmeal : SLOWLY
24. Word with bone or court : YARD
25. Piqued state : HUFF
26. Suva's land : FIJI
27. Those, to Muñoz : ESOS
28. "Pure ___," 1994 jazz album : ELLA
32. Potassium hydroxide is one : ALKALI
33. Popular ISP : AOL
35. Designer Gucci : ALDO
36. At no time, poetically : NEER
37. Boxer's warning : GRRR
39. Fire hat, hose, ax, etc. : GEAR
40. Delta 88, e.g. : OLDS
41. Wandering : ERRATIC
46. Asked "Got milk?", maybe : MEOWED
47. "Gunsmoke" star : ARNESS
48. Squint : PEER
50. Long time : YEARS
51. King ___ (bird) : EIDER
52. Pope of 1605 : LEOXI
53. For rent : TOLET
54. Hawaiian coffees : KONAS
57. Thessalian peak : OSSA
58. Cutlet? : NICK
59. Grandson of Adam : ENOS
62. Homer Simpson's Indian friend : APU
63. French article : LES

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