New York Times, Monday, June 30, 2003

Author: Gregory E. Paul
Editor: Will Shortz
Gregory E. Paul
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {BJQWXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 106 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Fashionable : CHIC
5. Where bats "hang out" : CAVE
9. Triangular traffic sign : YIELD
14. Sweep under the rug : HIDE
15. Like droughty land : ARID
16. Typo : ERROR
17. Neck and neck : EVEN
18. Lion's locks : MANE
19. Popular dip for 48-Down : SALSA
20. Gain wealth opportunely, in a way : FEATHERONESNEST
23. "Two Mules for Sister ___" (1970 film) : SARA
24. Three, on a sundial : III
25. "That feels good!" : AAH
28. Snake that may warn before it strikes : RATTLER
31. Harper Valley grp., in song : PTA
34. Lock of hair : TRESS
36. "___ was saying ..." : ASI
37. Any day now : SOON
38. Nickname in James Fenimore Cooper tales : LEATHERSTOCKING
42. Artist Warhol : ANDY
43. Vintner's tank : VAT
44. Cruise ship : LINER
45. Put into words : SAY
46. Hot pepper : CAYENNE
49. Give it a whirl : TRY
50. Little League field surface, probably : SOD
51. Stethoscope holders : EARS
53. She played TV's Amanda Woodward : HEATHERLOCKLEAR
61. Shake hands (on) : AGREE
62. Per person : EACH
63. ___ Major : URSA
64. More vigorous : HALER
65. Suffix with buck : AROO
66. Appearance : MIEN
67. Be head over heels about : ADORE
68. Prospectors' receptacles : PANS
69. Tiptop : PEAK
1. Bake-off figure : CHEF
2. Honey factory : HIVE
3. "The very ___!" : IDEA
4. Piggy bank filler : CENTS
5. Tourist's take-along : CAMERA
6. Where Noah landed : ARARAT
7. Chianti or Soave : VINO
8. Place of bliss : EDEN
9. Boot camp affirmative : YESSIR
10. Tehran resident : IRANI
11. Writer ___ Stanley Gardner : ERLE
12. Profit's opposite : LOSS
13. "Darn!" : DRAT
21. Severe : HARSH
22. "Old MacDonald" refrain : EIEIO
25. World Almanac section : ATLAS
26. Madison Square Garden, e.g. : ARENA
27. Exciting : HEADY
29. One of the senses : TASTE
30. "Saving Private Ryan" craft: Abbr. : LST
31. Score unit : POINT
32. Laser printer powder : TONER
33. Hopping mad : ANGRY
35. Hog's home : STY
37. Go downhill fast? : SKI
39. Dodge : EVADE
40. Element of hope? : RAY
41. Pencil pusher : CLERK
46. Stick together : COHERE
47. Converted liberal, informally : NEOCON
48. Mexican snacks : NACHOS
50. Beef animal : STEER
52. Losing streak : SLUMP
53. "That is so funny" : HAHA
54. "Goodness gracious!" : EGAD
55. Guthrie who sang at Woodstock : ARLO
56. Harvest : REAP
57. Zhivago's love : LARA
58. New York's ___ Canal : ERIE
59. Toward the big waves : ASEA
60. Captain, e.g. : RANK

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