New York Times, Wednesday, June 27, 2001

Author: Michael Shteyman
Editor: Will Shortz
Michael Shteyman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {BJV} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Shteyman. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Clinch : SEWUP
6. Clinched : ICED
10. Yachter's woe : CALM
14. Milo or Tessie : OSHEA
15. Cause of an itch : FLEA
16. Girasol, e.g. : OPAL
17. Corset features : STAYS
18. Train locale : YARD
19. Opposite of "no no" : SISI
20. Muesli morsel : OAT
21. Replay option : SLOMO
23. Stradivarius's teacher : AMATI
24. Snapped out of it : WOKEUP
26. ___ a good thing : INON
27. Attacked violently : TOREAT
28. "Yadda-yadda-yadda" : ANDSOON
31. God-awful : LOUSY
32. Whopping : HEFTY
34. Deer ma'am : DOE
35. Quisling's city : OSLO
36. Pronounce an "r" like a Scot : TRILL
37. Drift off : DOZE
38. Took the vanguard : LED
39. Where the action is : ARENA
40. Rats' hangout : SEWER
41. Knocks to the floor : LAYSLOW
43. Famous last words? : THEEND
45. Like some columns : OPED
46. Actress Plummer : AMANDA
47. They may be technical : FOULS
49. Pretty : QUITE
50. Crooks' methods, to cops : MOS
53. One of Chekhov's Three Sisters : OLGA
54. Abbr. on some letter headings : ATTN
55. Sacagawea, for one : GUIDE
57. Baloney : LIES
58. Calamitous : DIRE
59. Wing : ANNEX
60. Shakespearean verb : DOTH
61. Letters above 0 : OPER
62. Smelling a rat : LEERY
1. Comme ci, comme ça : SOSO
2. This, in Toledo : ESTA
3. Start of a musical riddle : WHATWOULDYOUGET
4. 180° turn, slangily : UEY
5. Opener of many doors : PASSKEY
6. Middle of the riddle : IFYOUTHREW
7. Surgery aid : CLAMP
8. Architect Saarinen : EERO
9. Pops : DAD
10. All there is : COSMOS
11. End of the riddle : APIANODOWNAMINE
12. Hang in there : LAST
13. Mid 11th-century date : MLII
22. Idyllic setting : LEA
23. Artist Warhol : ANDY
25. "... ___ they say" : ORSO
26. Like J.F.K. Airport: Abbr. : INTL
27. Out of port : TOSEA
28. Answer to the riddle : AFLATMINER
29. Moved like the Blob : OOZED
30. Not e'en once : NEER
31. Veg out : LOLL
33. German article : EIN
36. Walked over : TROD
37. Safe deposit box item : DEED
39. Schooner fillers : ALES
40. Dakar's land : SENEGAL
42. Bit of media hype : SPLASH
44. Pillbox or porkpie : HAT
46. Other, in Bordeaux : AUTRE
47. Go belly up : FOLD
48. Mélange : OLIO
49. Little swab : QTIP
51. River to the Baltic : ODER
52. Alluring : SEXY
54. Ruckus : ADO
56. Maupassant novel "___ Vie" : UNE

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