New York Times, Thursday, July 25, 2002

Author: Michael Shteyman
Editor: Will Shortz
Michael Shteyman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 38 Missing: {KQZ} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Shteyman. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Vets' concerns : PETS
5. Left so as to admit some light : AJAR
9. It makes il mondo go round : AMORE
14. Imperial, for example : OLEO
15. Sultry : SEXY
16. Expensive watch : ROLEX
17. Athlete's state? : TENNISSEE
19. Undemocratic law : EDICT
20. Times in classifieds : AMS
21. Turner or Cole : NAT
22. It may follow well : INEVER
23. Wee : TEENSY
25. Tiler's state? : FLOORIDA
27. Bit of gossip : ONDIT
28. In no time : SOON
29. Rebuffs overseas : NAES
30. It may be served on 8-Down : TUNA
31. One of 18 rois : LOUIS
33. Test taker's state? : PENCILVANIA
37. Animal with a snout : TAPIR
38. At first: Abbr. : ORIG
40. Suffix with song : STER
44. "With malice toward ___ ...": Lincoln : NONE
45. Things peddled : WARES
47. Philosopher's state? : WHYOMING
49. Carol starter : ADESTE
50. Singer Cara and others : IRENES
51. A couple of cups? : BRA
52. ___ mater (brain cover) : PIA
53. 1977 U.S. Open winner : VILAS
54. Honeymooners' state? : MARRYLAND
57. Bad deeds : EVILS
58. Hash : OLIO
59. Numerical prefix : OCTO
60. Toy named after a politician : TEDDY
61. Severe setback : BLOW
62. Trivial Pursuit category: Abbr. : GEOG
1. Word after one or two : POTATO
2. It's found in a table : ELEMENT
3. Taut : TENSEDUP
4. IV, to III : SON
5. Analysis : ASSAY
6. Not be serious : JEST
7. Pink-slip : AXE
8. Sandwich choice : RYE
9. "You ___ Casanova" (Mariah Carey lyric) : ARENO
10. In step with fashion : MODERN
11. Lover of Cesario, in "Twelfth Night" : OLIVIA
12. Move away : RECEDE
13. They form a crowd in Hollywood : EXTRAS
18. Certain coffee : INSTANT
22. Ancient region on the Aegean : IONIA
24. Ted Williams wore it : NINE
25. "No ___!" : FOOLING
26. Paris attraction : LOUVRE
28. Chemise, e.g. : SLIPON
32. Reason for kids to miss school : SNOWDAY
34. ___ Major : CANIS
35. "Dies ___" : IRAE
36. Pilot's zone : AIRSPACE
39. Enter : GETINTO
40. Nervous excitement : SWIVET
41. Flourish : THRIVE
42. Iris cover : EYELID
43. 1980's White House name : RONALD
46. Experienced sailor : SEADOG
48. Having entanglements : MESSY
49. Traffic marking : ARROW
51. Vigor : BRIO
54. Kind of scene : MOB
55. Everyone : ALL
56. Record keeper : LOG

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