New York Times, Saturday, June 28, 2003

Author: Robert H. Wolfe
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert H. Wolfe
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 33 Missing: {FJQZ} Spans: 4 This is puzzle # 55 for Mr. Wolfe. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Sun features : SPOTS
6. "The Foggy, Foggy Dew," for one : BALLAD
12. Stands : STOMACHS
15. Barnstorm, say : AVIATE
16. Shooters of small objects : TELEPHOTOLENSES
18. Superfund administrator: Abbr. : EPA
19. Less likely to break : SOLIDER
20. One in la familia : TIA
21. Wriggler : WORM
23. Script : LINES
24. Bad thing to be in : BIND
25. Blade in "The Mikado" : SNEE
26. Poses : ASKS
27. "La vita nuova" author : DANTE
28. Gouges : EXTORTS
30. Exotic juice flavor : MANGO
31. Rolling sounds : PEALS
32. Donna : MADAM
33. Patch product : BERRY
34. Tackled : TAKENON
36. Turns over : CEDES
37. Some are loaded : DICE
38. Spanish liqueur : ANIS
40. Devouring : AVID
41. 1993 Danny Glover film based on a Percy Mtwa play : BOPHA
42. Word before and after "and" : SUCH
43. Satisfied : MET
44. Water shortage? : LOWTIDE
46. Where Charlie "may ride forever," in song : MTA
47. Reward of a sort : PRICEONONESHEAD
50. Flies the united way? : ELOPES
51. Low class : PEASANTS
52. Czar or shah : DYNAST
53. Diva Lehmann : LOTTE
1. Starting point : STEPONE
2. Outing with sleds, perhaps : POLAREXPEDITION
3. Queen Gertrude's "alas" in "Hamlet" : OME
4. Call on base : TAPS
5. Like some pursuits : SCHOLARLY
6. Barnyard stack : BALES
7. Hold : AVER
8. Civil Rights Memorial designer : LIN
9. Exemplar through the ages : LASTINGMONUMENT
10. Destroyed little by little : ATEINTO
11. French erotica writer : DESADE
12. Is quite uneasy : STEWS
13. Some philosophers and physicians : HOLISTS
14. Is really bad : STINKS
17. ___ of Solomon (book of the Apocrypha) : ODES
22. Like some parking spots : METERED
24. Mad : BANANAS
27. ___ City (seat of Pasco County, Fla.) : DADE
29. Argo's array : OARS
30. Bargain : MAKEADEAL
32. Man's rival? : MACHINE
33. City NE of Boston : BEVERLY
34. Aces : TIPTOP
35. Wink: Var. : NICTATE
36. Went to a jamboree, maybe : CAMPED
37. Blue : DOWN
39. Alewives' relatives : SHADS
41. Up : BOOST
44. Wranglers alternative : LEES
45. Cities Service competitor : ESSO
48. One may be working on a schedule, briefly : CPA
49. Party handout, perhaps : HAT

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