New York Times, Friday, June 28, 2002

Author: Charles E. Gersch
Editor: Will Shortz
Charles E. Gersch
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 27 Missing: {JQVWX} This is puzzle # 42 for Mr. Gersch. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Price lines? : BARCODES
9. Sgt. O'Rourke's command, on TV : FTROOP
15. Whitman poem opener : OCAPTAIN
16. "Juarez" Oscar nominee Brian : AHERNE
17. Manhattan Project research center : OAKRIDGE
18. Where some art films premiere : CANNES
19. Year in Gregory I's papacy : DCI
20. Like a pothook : SSHAPED
22. Felicitous : APT
23. Web page feature : LINK
25. They stop fights : TKOS
26. 18-Across confidante : AMIE
27. Like a good looker : EAGLEEYED
30. Run like ___ : ADEER
31. Final: Abbr. : ULT
32. Clearing away : RIDDANCE
34. School statistic : TUITION
38. Taken in : ADOPTED
39. Settings for some victory dances : ENDZONES
41. Exhibited things : ART
42. Highway hazard : SLEET
43. Part of it is French : POLYNESIA
48. Afternoon affairs : TEAS
49. Russian auto make : LADA
50. Let out : RENT
51. "Old pal" of song : SAL
52. Eliza Doolittle's mythical counterpart : GALATEA
55. Janeiro starts it : ANO
56. Some dictionary entries : IDIOMS
58. Ashtray, vis-à-vis trash : PIGLATIN
60. Final taker, e.g. : TESTEE
61. Private : ONEONONE
62. Dumas's Dantès : EDMOND
63. Farewells : PARTINGS
1. Graft : BOODLE
2. Savanna shrub : ACACIA
3. Groundskeeper's work : RAKING
4. Red Cross training, for short : CPR
5. Innovator in lifts : OTIS
6. Some stay at home : DADS
7. Highest number in keno : EIGHTY
8. High-top : SNEAKER
9. Some people are good at remembering them : FACES
10. Sen. Cochran of Mississippi : THAD
11. TV Chihuahua : REN
12. It serves no useful purpose : ORNAMENT
13. Like some bathing suits : ONEPIECE
14. Bugged : PESTERED
21. Orations' stations : PODIA
24. Fumblers : KLUTZES
26. Electrical gizmo : ADAPTER
28. "Four Quartets" poet : ELIOT
29. Town on the Thames : ETON
30. Festoon : ADORN
33. When to launch an invasion : DDAY
34. Bikini, once : TESTSITE
35. Pump standard : UNLEADED
36. Philosophical theory : IDEALISM
37. Where to spend rupees : NEPAL
40. Crush, say : SODAPOP
44. She may live in a barrio : LATINA
45. "Miracle on 34th Street" director : SEATON
46. One of nine : INNING
47. Compensates : ATONES
49. Beamed intensely : LASED
52. Some gangbusters : GMEN
53. Hungarian spa city : EGER
54. Buckets : ALOT
57. Onetime dweller along the Platte : OTO
59. Groove-billed ___ : ANI

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