New York Times, Friday, June 13, 2003

Author: Todd McClary
Editor: Will Shortz
Todd McClary
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 27 Missing: {QVX} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. McClary. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. They marched into toy stores in 1964 : GIJOES
7. It looms over many actors : BOOMMIKE
15. "Romanian Rhapsodies" composer : ENESCO
16. Fair : UNBIASED
17. Scandinavian folklore figure in a Grieg title : THEMOUNTAINKING
19. Feel : AURA
20. Nonsense : ROT
21. It's sometimes burnt : SIENNA
22. 1935 James Cagney crime film : GMEN
23. "That stinks!" : PHEW
25. Debaucher : SATYR
26. Awesome : RAD
27. Cruise missile component : GUIDER
29. Industrial revolution elements? : COGS
30. Immobilized, as an arm : INACAST
32. Senate cover-up : TOGA
34. Unconfident lovers might pick them : PETALS
35. Spoiled a good walk, per Mark Twain : GOLFED
39. Raft : SLEW
41. Stripe through the target on a curling rink : TEELINE
42. Syndicate leaders : DONS
45. Sorting devices : SIZERS
47. Not needing a doctor's approval, for short : OTC
48. Zones : AREAS
50. Kind of club : GLEE
51. Asian sea name : ARAL
52. Flag, maybe : SIGNAL
54. Parlor game?: Abbr. : OTB
55. Royal figure of sci-fi : LEIA
56. Bolt : HEADFORTHEHILLS
59. Impetration : ENTREATY
60. Coins with double-headed eagles : RUBLES
61. Baseball Hall-of-Famer nicknamed Turkey : STEARNES
62. Television tube : TRIODE
1. Calm down : GETAGRIP
2. Sadistic : INHUMANE
3. Chaffed : JEEREDAT
4. Sultan who founded an old empire : OSMAN
5. Prefix with tourism : ECO
6. Grouches : SOURPUSSES
7. Used one's head, in a way : BUTTED
8. ___ roll : ONA
9. Some are tied in "cho cho" fashion : OBIS
10. Cute cars : MINIS
11. Dial : MAKEACALL
12. Digs : ISINTO
13. 1993 Grammy winner for "Forever in Love" : KENNYG
14. Awards for Stanley Ellin : EDGARS
18. Like seven Ryan games : NOHIT
24. All ___ : WET
27. Crust : GALL
28. Noted Chicago journalist : ROGEREBERT
31. "Troilus and Cressida" role : CASSANDRA
33. Parts : GOES
36. 1959 Broadway musical that won a Pulitzer Prize for drama : FIORELLO
37. Required : ENTAILED
38. Hardly chic : DECLASSE
40. Barrister's accessory : WIG
41. Choppers : TEETH
42. They're sometimes mad : DASHES
43. Situate : ORIENT
44. Overturn : NEGATE
46. Pole vault units? : ZLOTYS
49. Receiving a higher Consumer Reports rating, perhaps : SAFER
51. Out : ALIBI
53. Spot : LOAN
57. MapQuest offering: Abbr. : RTE
58. Ben-___ : HUR

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