New York Times, Monday, July 22, 2002

Author: Harvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
Editor: Will Shortz
Harvey Estes
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11612/29/199311/26/200845
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Nancy Salomon
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1868/13/199511/7/2012116
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1.581521

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 67 for Mr. Estes. This is puzzle # 90 for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Comical Laurel : STAN
5. All excited : AGOG
9. Knights' ladies : DAMES
14. Sexologist Shere : HITE
15. Sandy slope : DUNE
16. "Remember the ___!" : ALAMO
17. Service status : ONEA
18. Damon of "The Bourne Identity" : MATT
19. Disinfectant brand : LYSOL
20. Wind pointer : WEATHERVANE
23. D.D.E.'s command in W.W. II : ETO
24. Some household heads : MAS
25. Not Rep. or Dem. : IND
26. Myrna of "The Thin Man" : LOY
27. The hoop in hoops : RIM
28. Having good posture : ERECT
30. Hissy fit : SNIT
32. Meal in a shell : TACO
33. Quoits target : HOB
35. One ___ kind : OFA
36. Lay ___ the line : ITON
37. "Changing the subject ..." : INANOTHERVEIN
41. Raid rival : DCON
42. Pi follower : RHO
43. China's Sun ___-sen : YAT
44. Take a load off : REST
45. Part of CNN : NEWS
47. Flies alone : SOLOS
51. Leave dumbstruck : AWE
52. Confederate soldier : REB
53. Lobbying grp. : PAC
55. Before, of yore : ERE
56. Ford or Lincoln : CAR
57. 1972 Carly Simon hit : YOURESOVAIN
60. City near Syracuse : UTICA
62. Stink to high heaven : REEK
63. Brain wave : IDEA
64. Russian Revolution leader : LENIN
65. Patiently wait : BIDE
66. Dryer outlet : VENT
67. Rival of ancient Sparta : ARGOS
68. Winter blanket : SNOW
69. Pay to play : ANTE
1. Missourian's demand : SHOWME
2. Musical ineptitude : TINEAR
3. "Relax, soldier!" : ATEASE
4. Shipshape : NEAT
5. Product pitchers : ADMEN
6. Some football linemen : GUARDS
7. Airing : ONTV
8. "Stop worrying about picayune stuff!" : GETALIFE
9. Big name in Chicago politics : DALEY
10. Prince ___ Khan : ALY
11. Grand Prix racer : MASERATI
12. :-) or :-( : EMOTICON
13. Wise king of Israel : SOLOMON
21. Woo in an unwelcome way : HITON
22. ___ public : NOTARY
29. Rooters' refrain : CHANT
31. At all, in dialect : NOHOW
32. Connect with : TIETO
34. Island on the Java Sea : BORNEO
37. Free serving at a restaurant : ICEWATER
38. A bull may wear one : NOSERING
39. Many a commuter's base : THEBURBS
40. Explorer ___ da Gama : VASCO
41. Storied vampire : DRACULA
46. Popular swimwear : SPEEDO
48. Hard to lift : LEADEN
49. Show the ropes to : ORIENT
50. 100-member group : SENATE
52. "___ Hope" (former soap) : RYANS
54. Cockeyed : ASKEW
58. Horse halter? : REIN
59. Cheer starter : VIVA
61. A.F.L.'s partner : CIO

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