New York Times, Monday, June 14, 2004

Author: Craig Kasper
Editor: Will Shortz
Craig Kasper
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JKQVXZ} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Kasper. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Literature Nobelist Bellow : SAUL
5. Slender : THIN
9. Gregorian music style : CHANT
14. Port or claret : WINE
15. Left a chair : ROSE
16. Edmonton hockey player : OILER
17. Vicinity : AREA
18. Out of the wind : ALEE
19. Handsome wood design : INLAY
20. Place to pull in for a meal : ROADSIDEDINER
23. Seafood in shells : MUSSELS
24. Site of one-armed bandits : CASINO
27. Place for a pig : STY
28. New York ballplayer : MET
29. Ryan of "When Harry Met Sally" : MEG
30. Four-star officer: Abbr. : GEN
31. F.D.R. radio broadcast : FIRESIDECHAT
34. As well : ALSO
37. Responses to a masseur : AHS
38. German chancellor ___ von Bismarck : OTTO
39. Highest-priced boxing ticket : RINGSIDESEAT
44. It may be served with crumpets : TEA
45. Snoop around : PRY
46. Old cable inits. : TNN
47. "Sesame Street" broadcaster : PBS
50. Modern affluent type : YUPPIE
52. Teen meeting place : HANGOUT
54. Kindly doctor's asset : BEDSIDEMANNER
57. Setting for Theseus and the Minotaur : CRETE
59. Plumb crazy : LOCO
60. Skin outbreak : ACNE
61. Broadcasting : ONAIR
62. Whiskey drink : SOUR
63. Display : SHOW
64. Desires : WANTS
65. Statement figures: Abbr. : AMTS
66. "Bonanza" brother : HOSS
1. Groups of bees : SWARMS
2. Clear of stale smells : AIROUT
3. Apprehensive : UNEASY
4. Clues, to a detective : LEADS
5. Movie preview : TRAILER
6. Not change course : HOLDSTEADY
7. "Gotcha" : ISEE
8. Must-have item : NEED
9. Just-made-up word : COINAGE
10. Actor/dancer Gregory : HINES
11. O.K. : ALLRIGHT
12. Org. that funds exhibits : NEA
13. Have a go at : TRY
21. Big rig : SEMI
22. Decorated, as a cake : ICED
25. Well-groomed : NEAT
26. Not fooled by : ONTO
29. Fail to qualify, as for a team : MISSTHECUT
31. London weather, often : FOG
32. That girl : SHE
33. Barracks bunk : COT
34. Bohemian : ARTY
35. In ___ of (replacing) : LIEU
36. Vegetable in a crisp pod : SNAPBEAN
40. Tarantulas, e.g. : SPIDERS
41. Angers : IRES
42. Captivates : ENAMORS
43. Tennis star Kournikova : ANNA
47. Pullover raincoat : PONCHO
48. ___ Aires : BUENOS
49. Scatters, as petals : STREWS
51. Mini, in Marseille : PETIT
53. Grind, as teeth : GNASH
55. Rick's love in "Casablanca" : ILSA
56. Fate : DOOM
57. It may be put out to pasture : COW
58. Genetic stuff : RNA

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