New York Times, Monday, June 7, 2004

Author: Lynn Lempel
Editor: Will Shortz
Lynn Lempel
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {BXZ} This is puzzle # 7 for Ms. Lempel. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. True-blue : LOYAL
6. Toy gun poppers : CAPS
10. Smooch : KISS
14. "Good Night" girl of song : IRENE
15. Arthur ___ Stadium in Queens : ASHE
16. Peak : ACME
17. River triangle : DELTA
18. Signify : MEAN
19. Horn's sound : TOOT
20. Logic : SOLIDREASONING
23. ___ capita : PER
24. Buffalo's lake : ERIE
25. Money in the bank, e.g. : LIQUIDASSET
30. Declare : SAY
33. Seizes without authority : USURPS
34. Old what's-___-name : HIS
35. George W. Bush's alma mater : YALE
36. Michael who starred in "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" : CAINE
37. Snorkeling accessory : FIN
38. Wolf calls : HOWLS
39. Broadway hit with 7,000+ performances : CATS
40. With it : HIP
41. Immobilize : HOGTIE
42. Swelling reducer : ICE
43. Highway stops : GASSTATIONS
45. Ritzy : POSH
46. Little rascal : IMP
47. Question of concern, with a hint to 20-, 25- and 43-Across : WHATSTHEMATTER
54. Corner square in Monopoly : JAIL
55. Den : LAIR
56. Unsophisticated : NAIVE
57. Loafing : IDLE
58. Dublin's home : EIRE
59. Lyrics accompany them : TUNES
60. 2000 "subway series" losers : METS
61. Toy used on hills : SLED
62. Commence : START
1. Eyeball covers : LIDS
2. Nabisco cookie : OREO
3. Shout : YELL
4. Against : ANTI
5. Weapon in the game of Clue : LEADPIPE
6. Tripod topper : CAMERA
7. On the open water : ASEA
8. Adds gradually : PHASESIN
9. Mexican misters : SENORES
10. Couric of "Today" : KATIE
11. Computer symbol : ICON
12. Haze : SMOG
13. Movie backdrop : SET
21. Commies : REDS
22. Tiny criticism : NIT
25. Emmy-winner (finally!) Susan : LUCCI
26. Author ___ Bashevis Singer : ISAAC
27. Truly : QUITE
28. Vases : URNS
29. Harbor sights : SHIPS
30. Took care of : SAWTO
31. Totally tired : ALLIN
32. Sí and oui : YESES
35. Quotable Yank : YOGI
37. Swerve back and forth, as a car's rear end : FISHTAIL
38. Very short shorts : HOTPANTS
40. Big bothers : HASSLES
41. Soccer star Mia : HAMM
43. Caught : GOT
44. In layers : TIERED
45. Sees a ghost, maybe : PALES
47. Walk through water : WADE
48. Sword handle : HILT
49. Put on the payroll : HIRE
50. Tightly stretched : TAUT
51. Turner who sang "I Don't Wanna Fight" : TINA
52. At any time : EVER
53. Sabbath activity : REST
54. ___-dandy : JIM

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