New York Times, Saturday, June 29, 2002

Author: Dana Motley
Editor: Will Shortz
Dana Motley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 31 Missing: {FQZ} This is puzzle # 14 for Ms. Motley. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Dress down : BASTE
6. One with a supporting role : LEG
9. Brewer Frederick : PABST
14. Room for expansion : ANNEX
15. Kin of -kin : ULE
16. Summon : EVOKE
17. It may make an impression : STAMP
18. "Come on ... really ..." : BESERIOUS
20. "On Airs, Waters and Places" author : HIPPOCRATES
22. Jazz cornetist Adderley : NAT
23. Material from which the ring of the Nibelung was made : RHINEGOLD
25. Party person? : POLITICO
29. Condescenders : SNOOTS
32. "Don't forget about me" : AHEM
33. Vikings great Eller : CARL
35. Cant : ARGOT
36. Ralph ___, former 7' 4" center for Houston : SAMPSON
38. Quickly : ALLEGRO
40. March : TROOP
41. North Sea feeder : TYNE
43. Crooked : ALOP
44. Security system part : SENSOR
46. Blunt : EDGELESS
48. Destination of many pilgrimages : JERUSALEM
50. M.'s other half : MME
52. It's used in a lunar landing : RETROROCKET
57. Layperson? : BALLADEER
59. Singer Lopez : TRINI
60. Specter of government : ARLEN
61. Conversational prompt : AND
62. Make something yourself, maybe : EATIN
63. Tugs' tows : SCOWS
64. Drill wielder: Abbr. : DDS
65. Ann-Margret, by birth : SWEDE
1. Sock : BASH
2. Con : ANTI
3. Flip out : SNAP
4. Fill in : TEMP
5. Kind of duty : EXPORT
6. It may keep things moving : LUBRICANT
7. Wife of Henry II : ELEANOR
8. Romance in verse : GESTE
9. "None of your business" : PERSONAL
10. Prefix with culture : AVI
11. Wasteful project : BOONDOGGLE
12. Gull-like bird : SKUA
13. Cause of a class struggle? : TEST
19. Some wave catchers: Abbr. : EEGS
21. 70's sitcom title character : CHICO
24. Helena Rubinstein's parent company : LOREAL
25. Some have been checkered : PASTS
26. Midwest transfer point : OHARE
27. Popular yellow dessert : LEMONJELLO
28. Levy : IMPOSE
30. Ring rampagers : TOROS
31. Breaks up : STOPS
34. Some monthly check payees : LANDLORDS
37. Pouches worn with kilts : SPORRANS
39. "Partie de Campagne" artist : LEGER
42. Kind of sale or statement : YEAREND
45. Like some bad decisions : RUED
47. Gushes : EMOTES
49. Place : STEAD
50. C.E.O.'s may have them : MBAS
51. Actor Singer : MARC
53. Crop : CRAW
54. Box ___ : KITE
55. Her patience is legendary : ENID
56. It comes to a point : TINE
58. MacDonald private eye Archer : LEW

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