New York Times, Monday, July 15, 2002

Author: John Leavy
Editor: Will Shortz
John D. Leavy
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {KQZ} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Leavy. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Slice (off) : LOP
4. Indoor camera attachment : FLASH
9. Rand McNally book : ATLAS
14. Gay 90's, e.g. : ERA
15. Spooky : EERIE
16. One of the Allman Brothers : DUANE
17. Prefix with puncture : ACU
18. Alfalfa's love in "The Little Rascals" : DARLA
19. A-list group : ELITE
20. "Freeze!" : HALT
22. Leader of reformers' 31-Down : RALPHNADER
24. Wet, weatherwise : RAINY
26. Charged particle : ION
27. Processes, as ore : SMELTS
29. Daily Hollywood publication : VARIETY
33. Signals goodbye : WAVES
34. Sent a letter by phone : FAXED
35. Playboy Mansion guy : HEF
37. The best three in a three-of-a-kind : ACES
38. Goofed : ERRED
39. Concrete : REAL
40. One over a birdie : PAR
41. Use : AVAIL
42. Succinct : TERSE
43. Using a blowtorch : WELDING
45. Give : DONATE
46. Fill one's stomach : EAT
47. Oscar winner Marisa : TOMEI
48. Leader of football's 31-Down : JOHNMADDEN
53. Dutch cheese : EDAM
56. Stadium : ARENA
57. Farsi speaker : IRANI
59. Dolly the clone, e.g. : EWE
60. Nobleman : BARON
61. Snooped (around) : NOSED
62. Operated : RAN
63. Skew : SLANT
64. Wagner work : OPERA
65. Pink Floyd co-founder Barrett : SYD
1. Mrs. Rabin of Israel : LEAH
2. Killer whale : ORCA
3. Leader of pop music's 31-Down : PAULREVERE
4. Prime rate setter, with "the" : FED
5. Gets smart : LEARNS
6. Ordered set : ARRAY
7. Pie-cooling spot : SILL
8. Mound : HEAP
9. Throat tissue : ADENOID
10. The Green Wave, in college sports : TULANE
11. With 54-Down, in reserve : LAID
12. Poker stake : ANTE
13. Crystal ball user : SEER
21. Grimm works : TALES
23. Employed : HIRED
25. "___ in his kiss" (1964 pop lyric) : ITS
27. Exchange : SWAP
28. Parrot's cousin : MACAW
29. Airline to Rio : VARIG
30. Skater's jump : AXEL
31. 1960's group (in three different ways) : THERAIDERS
32. Brewer's need : YEAST
34. Drescher of "The Nanny" : FRAN
36. Turn tail : FLEE
38. Musical with the song "Buenos Aires" : EVITA
39. Girl's name meaning "born again" : RENEE
41. Not budging : ADAMANT
42. Mr. Turkey : TOM
44. "Instant Karma" singer : LENNON
45. One of Santa's reindeer : DONNER
47. Needle : TEASE
48. Needles : JABS
49. Like some medicines : ORAL
50. Zeus' wife : HERA
51. The Flintstones' pet : DINO
52. Plummet : DROP
54. See 11-Down : AWAY
55. Darn : MEND
58. It borders Wash. : IDA

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