New York Times, Monday, June 10, 2002

Author: Sherry O. Blackard
Editor: Will Shortz
Sherry O. Blackard
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FJQX} This is puzzle # 16 for Ms. Blackard. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Male voice : BASS
5. Destroy : UNDO
9. Ralph ___ Emerson : WALDO
14. Gem with a play of colors : OPAL
15. Scores to shoot for : PARS
16. Love affair : AMOUR
17. Lawman of the Old West : USMARSHAL
19. Hindu queen : RANEE
20. Home on the range : TEEPEE
21. Old West cemetery : BOOTHILL
23. Off-road transport: Abbr. : ATV
25. Family girl, for short : SIS
26. Burn : SCALD
30. Construction piece : IBEAM
33. Winter clock setting in S.F. : PST
36. Grand lineup : ARRAY
37. Location of 21-Across : DODGECITY
39. Weaver's apparatus : LOOM
40. Durable fabric : SERGE
41. Upon : ATOP
42. Location of 51-Across : TOMBSTONE
44. Explorer Sir Francis : DRAKE
45. Music with jazzlike riffs : SKA
46. Electric dart shooter : TASER
47. Twisty turns : ESSES
48. ___ tai : MAI
49. Boo-hoo : SOB
51. Site of a famous gunfight : OKCORRAL
56. Squiggly marks : TILDES
61. Not suitable : INAPT
62. Legendary lawman of the Old West : WYATTEARP
64. Mow down : LEVEL
65. Art Deco artist : ERTE
66. Poet Pound : EZRA
67. Neighbor of a Finn : SWEDE
68. Nostradamus, reputedly : SEER
69. Take five : REST
1. Boxing match : BOUT
2. Church alcove : APSE
3. Ditto : SAME
4. Smack : SLAP
5. Discombobulate : UPSET
6. "Count me out" : NAH
7. Lackluster : DRAB
8. Capital once known as Christiania : OSLO
9. 1941-45, for the United States : WARTIME
10. Nanking nannies : AMAHS
11. Actress Anderson : LONI
12. Event done at 20 paces, maybe : DUEL
13. Pitcher Hershiser : OREL
18. Word before "set, go!" : READY
22. Missouri river : OSAGE
24. MTV features : VIDEOS
26. Seasons, as steak : SALTS
27. Petty thief : CROOK
28. Wonderful smell : AROMA
29. Suckling sheep : LAMB
31. Shouldered : BORNE
32. Trimming tools : EDGERS
33. Sandwich breads : PITAS
34. Stir up, as a fire : STOKE
35. Uses a Smith Corona : TYPES
38. Mustang and Impala : CARS
40. Connector of floors : STAIR
43. Scare suddenly : STARTLE
44. Amount to subtract : DEBIT
48. Bike that zips : MOPED
50. Glossy brown fur : OTTER
51. Fixes a squeak : OILS
52. Had a gut feeling : KNEW
53. Bat's hangout : CAVE
54. Amazes : AWES
55. Instrument for a Muse : LYRE
57. Wanton look : LEER
58. Muddleheadedness : DAZE
59. Flubs : ERRS
60. Tiff : SPAT
63. Gobbled up : ATE

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