New York Times, Saturday, June 9, 2001

Author: Rich Norris
Editor: Will Shortz
Rich Norris
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 145 for Mr. Norris. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Manage : SWINGIT
8. "If it were now to die, / 'Twere now to be most happy" speaker : OTHELLO
15. "It's Too Late Now" autobiographer : AAMILNE
16. Lately developed : NOUVEAU
17. Epitome of logic : MRSPOCK
18. Binds : CEMENTS
19. Ace : PRO
20. Humdingers : WOWSERS
22. One-quarter of an H, in Morse code : DIT
23. 1968 Chemistry Nobelist Onsager : LARS
25. Southeastern Conference player : GATOR
26. Whitewash : LIME
27. Register : ENROL
29. Bank site: Abbr. : RIV
30. Railroad car : DINER
31. They're just getting started : TYROS
33. Works on moving pictures? : REHANGS
35. Protective garden structure : COLDFRAME
37. Kind of concert : OPENAIR
39. Amateur on a board : HODAD
42. "___ Heartbeat" (Amy Grant hit) : EVERY
43. Foreign agreements : SIS
45. Language family that includes Ute, Shoshone and Comanche : NUMIC
47. Forswear : DENY
48. Drained : SPENT
50. Word of contempt : PISH
51. Ashes site : URN
52. Acted humble : ATEDIRT
54. Holy title: Abbr. : STE
55. Noise : CLATTER
57. Marlowe title character : FAUSTUS
59. Glazed fabrics : TAMMIES
60. Museum display : FINEART
61. Marley's ghost, for one : SPECTRE
62. TV director's order : STANDBY
1. Polling need : SAMPLE
2. Justify : WARRANT
3. 1960 #1 Brenda Lee hit : IMSORRY
4. Tang : NIP
5. Radiation sign : GLOW
6. Disguised, briefly : INCOG
7. William Shatner sci-fi novel : TEKWAR
8. Glance : ONCEOVER
9. Start of a statement about divinity : TOERR
10. Bustles : HUMS
11. Chronological threshold : EVE
12. Imparting : LENDING
13. Tribune Co. subsidiary : LATIMES
14. Corporate move : OUSTER
21. Like some Chinese dishes : STIRFRIED
24. Inquisition target : SORCERY
26. Arranged for : LINEDUP
28. Nuts : LOONY
30. Steadfast friend of Greek legend : DAMON
32. Patty Hearst kidnap grp. : SLA
34. "Yeah, right!" : HAH
36. Scatter : DISPERSE
37. Shared part : OVERLAP
38. Book cover? : PENNAME
40. 1997 Spielberg epic : AMISTAD
41. Trouble : DISTURB
42. Inferences : EDUCTS
44. Sounds of contempt : SNIFFS
46. Not flat : CHESTY
48. Direct : STEER
49. Property : TRAIT
52. Buckling down : ATIT
53. Yellowfin, e.g. : TUNA
56. HBO alternative : TMC
58. One with an office on Constitution Ave. : SEN

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