New York Times, Wednesday, July 11, 2001

Author: Richard Silvestri
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Silvestri
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {Q} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 103 for Mr. Silvestri. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Calculate astrologically : CAST
5. Smart player : ADAMS
10. Stupefy : DAZE
14. Recorded proceedings : ACTA
15. Easily broken : FRAIL
16. Rubber-stamp : OKAY
17. May dance, maybe : PROM
18. Pro follower : FORMA
19. ___ Horn : CAPE
20. Desk item that's nothing to sneeze at? : PEPPERWEIGHT
23. Japanese honorific : SAN
24. Bartlett relatives : BOSCS
28. Hollow : CAVITY
32. Eccentric : ABNORMAL
35. Originated : AROSE
36. Ballet movement : PLIE
37. Stat that's good when under 3.00 : ERA
38. Folk group that's nothing to sneeze at? : PETERPOLLENMARY
42. Wee hour : ONE
43. Netman Nastase : ILIE
44. Chilling : EERIE
45. Vinegar flavoring : TARRAGON
48. Tricky problem : TEASER
49. Krupp works city : ESSEN
50. Deserving a spanking : BAD
51. 70's-80's show that's nothing to sneeze at? : EIGHTISSNUFF
59. Corner after "GO" : JAIL
62. 1976 best seller that starts in Gambia : ROOTS
63. Lust after, visually : OGLE
64. Differential attachment : AXLE
65. Slacken : ABATE
66. Job opening : SLOT
67. Join of arc? : WELD
68. Work with clay : MODEL
69. Big buildup : HYPE
1. Comics fellow who hangs out in a pub : CAPP
2. Piece of property : ACRE
3. Sign on the corner : STOP
4. Pack down : TAMP
5. Brawl : AFFRAY
6. Soak : DROWN
7. Alpine river : AARE
8. "La Bohème" heroine : MIMI
9. Smeltery refuse : SLAG
10. Person who's been given the third degree? : DOCTOR
11. Blotter letters : AKA
12. Microwave : ZAP
13. Real looker : EYE
21. Aromatic compound : ESTER
22. TNT alternative : HBO
25. Sullies : SMEARS
26. 1976 film featuring telekinesis : CARRIE
27. Buffy is one : SLAYER
28. "Breakfast at Tiffany's" author : CAPOTE
29. Action centers : ARENAS
30. Electorate : VOTERS
31. Expert ending : ISE
32. Fagged : ALLIN
33. Nasty comments : BILE
34. Wedding page word : NEE
36. Ralph Lauren brand : POLO
39. Kind of iron : PIG
40. What alimony covers, minimally : NEEDS
41. ___ culpa : MEA
46. Staggered : REELED
47. Singer DiFranco : ANI
48. Dangler : TASSEL
50. Please, abroad : BITTE
52. 15.432 grains : GRAM
53. Odd jobs doer : HOBO
54. Loathsome one : TOAD
55. Bag of chips, maybe : NOSH
56. Unappealing : UGLY
57. Lay an egg : FLOP
58. It may be an honor : FETE
59. Shoot the breeze : JAW
60. Let go : AXE
61. Laid up : ILL

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