New York Times, Thursday, July 24, 2003

Author: Rich Norris
Editor: Will Shortz
Rich Norris
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQWXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 171 for Mr. Norris. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "Go, team!" : MUSH
5. Good rate of speed : CLIP
9. Skin : FLESH
14. Atahualpa, for one : INCA
15. Eugene O'Neill's daughter : OONA
16. Blood line : AORTA
17. Theater light : SPOT
18. Sgts., e.g. : NCOS
19. Peter and Paul : TSARS
20. Rep's network : SALESCONTACTS
23. Waist, approximately : MIDDLE
24. One leaving home, perhaps : EVACUEE
27. Time mgrs. : EDS
28. Bear to look up to : URSA
31. Like a cloudless night : STARRY
32. Not flat at all : INTUNE
34. River to the Ubangi : UELE
35. Kitchen set : DRINKINGGLASSES
40. Eclipse sight : RING
41. "Citizen Kane" actor Everett ___ : SLOANE
42. Entry : ACCESS
45. Thessaly peak : OSSA
46. Calculating sort, for short? : CPA
49. Law enforcer since 1873 : MOUNTIE
51. Crowns : TIARAS
53. Contractor's determination : BUILDINGSPECS
56. Swing wildly : FLAIL
58. Where many Indians live : ASIA
59. Purpose : SAKE
60. Drink with a foamy top : LATTE
61. Force ÷ acceleration : MASS
62. Send out : EMIT
63. Doesn't ignore : OBEYS
64. Ignore : SKIP
65. Words often listed together: Abbr. : SYNS
1. Returnee's question : MISSME
2. Open, in a way : UNPAID
3. Comes down on : SCOLDS
4. More than unpopular : HATED
5. Some of them have Handel bars : CONCERTI
6. Nuts : LOCO
7. A party to : INON
8. Belt : PASTE
9. Pol backer : FATCAT
10. It's hopeless : LOSTCAUSE
11. What smudges may indicate : ERASURES
12. Narrow connector: Abbr. : STR
13. Is down with : HAS
21. Skulked : SLUNK
22. School media depts. : AVS
25. First name in mysteries : ERLE
26. Blinkers : EYES
29. Tans : SUNS
30. Certain Miamian : ANGLO
32. Cunning : INGENUITY
33. They can be inflated : EGOS
35. Apothecaries' weight : DRAM
36. "___ Suave" (1991 hip-hop hit) : RICO
37. Sit on, maybe : INCUBATE
38. Desperation, of a sort : LASTGASP
39. Henry and June's friend, in a 1990 film : ANAIS
43. Station barriers : STILES
44. Part of R.S.V.P. : SIL
46. Smooth : CREAMY
47. Cram : PACKIN
48. Strong points : ASSETS
50. Wrapped cheeses : EDAMS
52. Areas connected to an ambulatory : APSES
54. Author Dinesen : ISAK
55. Not final, as a legal decree : NISI
56. Old pop duo ___ & Eddie : FLO
57. Part of a science course : LAB

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