New York Times, Thursday, July 17, 2003

Author: Robert H. Wolfe
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert H. Wolfe
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {QVWXZ} This is puzzle # 57 for Mr. Wolfe. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Base transportation : JEEP
5. Rice in a bookstore : ANNE
9. Nobel-winning peacemaker : SADAT
14. Conductor Klemperer : OTTO
15. Pass : GOBY
16. White poplar : ABELE
17. No matter what : ATANYPRICE
19. Asian tree with many trunks : BANYAN
20. Comparatively cracked : NUTTIER
21. Sorrows : DOLORS
22. It's intoxicating : ALE
23. National Aviation Hall of Fame site : DAYTON
25. Film festival film, often : INDIE
28. It's taken in for treatment : PILL
29. Spring's opposite, oceanwise : NEAP
32. Shoppers' pursuits : DEALS
33. Joe Hardy's temptress, on Broadway : LOLA
34. Its slogan was once "The sign of extra service" : ESSO
35. Balmoral relative : TAM
36. Feller of folklore? : BUNYAN
37. Uncommon insight : ESP
38. Mounted on : ATOP
40. League: Abbr. : ASSN
41. Lug : SHLEP
43. AWOL : GONE
44. Jupiter, e.g. : DEUS
45. Olympian : LOFTY
46. Time out : RECESS
48. CD follower : ROM
49. Visual : OCULAR
51. Kicks downstairs, so to speak : DEMOTES
55. Echo location : CANYON
56. Where cons may congregate : PRISONYARD
58. Steelhead or squaretail : TROUT
59. Saint known as "the Great" : LEOI
60. Talker with a beak : MYNA
61. Antônio, for one : SANTO
62. It's spun : YARN
63. Request : SEEK
1. Rivers with barbs : JOAN
2. Famed words to a backstabber : ETTU
3. Louisiana, e.g., in Orléans : ETAT
4. Bun alternative : PONYTAIL
5. Be like-minded : AGREE
6. Film genre : NOIR
7. It has a peacock logo : NBC
8. Peacock plume feature : EYE
9. Wooden footwear : SABOT
10. Marine rock-clinger : ABALONE
11. Live ascetically : DENYONESELF
12. Garden spray : ALAR
13. Top scores, sometimes : TENS
18. A ton : PILES
21. "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" singer, 1973 : DYLAN
23. Greek god of wine : DIONYSUS
24. Detective Pinkerton and others : ALLANS
25. Item on a chain : IDTAG
26. "Swell!" : NEATO
27. Sky Masterson's creator : DAMONRUNYON
28. Good things : PLUSES
30. Good thing : ASSET
31. Shade of red : POPPY
36. Supreme Court middle name : BADER
39. Leave rubber on the road : PEELOUT
41. Remote option : SLOMO
42. Potential source of verbal misunderstanding : HOMONYMS
47. Poem division : CANTO
48. Amber, e.g. : RESIN
49. Fall times: Abbr. : OCTS
50. Irene of "Fame" : CARA
51. Christian from France : DIOR
52. "The Best Man" star Diggs : TAYE
53. Shore soarer : ERNE
54. Admission of 1889: Abbr. : SDAK
56. Use diligently : PLY
57. Mens ___ (criminal intent) : REA

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