New York Times, Friday, July 19, 2002

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 94 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. E.T.O. commander : DDE
4. Go against : BUCK
8. Cool daddy : BOPPER
14. Connected sets of points, in math : CONTINUA
16. Builder of a hanging nest : ORIOLE
17. "Feed me!" : IMHUNGRY
18. Charge : ACCUSE
19. "Measure for Measure" villain : ANGELO
20. "Funny Girl" actor : SHARIF
21. Packer's employer : CANNERY
23. Chuckleheads : ASSES
24. Kitchen device : RICER
25. Prepares for frying, in a way : FLOURS
29. Runner Zatopek : EMIL
30. Police actions : CRACKDOWNS
34. Signature piece : PEN
35. Musical evenings : SOIREES
36. Do ground work? : HOE
37. "Women Ironing" artist : EDGARDEGAS
39. It was left on the Titanic : PORT
40. TV newswoman Beth : NISSEN
41. Like some ballerinas : PRIMA
42. "O Sanctissima," e.g. : CAROL
45. Tries to shoot : FIRESAT
47. Descent of a deity to earth : AVATAR
49. Peter who wrote "Live From the Battlefield" : ARNETT
50. Some 1990's music : TECHNO
51. Eh : NOTSOHOT
54. Alabama and Georgia Indians of old : CREEKS
55. Gets : INHERITS
56. Tentacled sea creatures : HYDRAS
57. Keep in : STET
58. Soak (up) : SOP
1. Early seventh-century year : DCI
2. Term of address in a monastery : DOM
3. Touching up : ENHANCING
4. Problem drinker : BINGER
5. Half of the Odd Couple : UNGER
6. Order that a cook never gets straight : CURLYFRIES
7. Huge hit : KAYO
8. Some burlesque props : BOAS
9. Picking places : ORCHARDS
10. Artist with many a self-portrait : PICASSO
11. Decants : POURS
12. "Gosford Park" role : ELSIE
13. Shortens, as a sail : REEFS
15. Dig : TUNNEL
21. Brunch serving : CREPE
22. Like guns : AIMED
26. Supersized : LARGE
27. Like some valuable property : OCEANFRONT
28. Cousins of banjos : UKES
30. Atlantic swimmers : CODS
31. Question to a crank caller : WHOISTHIS
32. Famed Callas role : NORMA
33. Cause to attack : SETAT
35. Land once known as Serendip : SRILANKA
38. Seconds : ANOTHER
39. Ancient Roman magistrate : PRETOR
41. Ready already : PRESET
42. "Here!" : CATCH
43. New York's ___ Fisher Hall : AVERY
44. Tore : RACED
46. Words with clear or air : INTHE
48. Friend in "Friends" : ROSS
49. Cuckoos : ANIS
52. Platte Valley native : OTO
53. Recipe amt. : TSP

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