New York Times, Tuesday, July 3, 2001

Author: Randall J. Hartman
Editor: Will Shortz
Randall J. Hartman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 37 for Mr. Hartman. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Not just a hit : SMASH
6. Jeff MacNelly comic : SHOE
10. Uncertain : IFFY
14. Vena cava neighbor : AORTA
15. Raise a red flag : WARN
16. "The Lion King" lion : NALA
17. Special soldier : GREENBERET
19. Result of using the wrong film speed, maybe : BLUR
20. Dusk, to Donne : EEN
21. Prod : GOAD
22. Stirred up : ROUSED
24. Hoosegow : SLAMMER
26. Uncle Miltie : BERLE
27. Boat maneuverer : OAR
28. Villain in a western : BLACKHAT
31. Where the Blue Nile and White Nile meet : SUDAN
34. Butchers' offerings : MEATS
35. Spanish treasure : ORO
36. Not now : THEN
37. "You Light Up My Life" singer Boone : DEBBY
38. It's slipped in a slot : COIN
39. Ages and ages : EON
40. Tijuana cash : PESOS
41. When procrastinators don't do things : TODAY
42. Wave with a foaming crest : WHITECAP
44. ___-Magnon : CRO
45. Second family of the 1990's : GORES
46. Put on hold : SHELVED
50. Office building area : ATRIUM
52. Like a sad sack : GLUM
53. ___ bonne heure (very well): Fr. : ALA
54. Future Derby runner, maybe : FOAL
55. Texas state flower : BLUEBONNET
58. Chip in : ANTE
59. O.K. Corral shooter : EARP
60. Where the deer and the antelope play : RANGE
61. Film critic Rex : REED
62. 28-0, e.g. : ROUT
63. Gallows reprieves : STAYS
1. Wise guys : SAGES
2. Fancy mushroom : MOREL
3. Sacramento's Arco ___ : ARENA
4. Sault ___ Marie : STE
5. Children's game : HANGMAN
6. Talk a blue streak? : SWEAR
7. Granitelike : HARD
8. Bauxite or magnetite : ORE
9. Plea : ENTREATY
10. How stores buy things : INBULK
11. Lie : FALSEHOOD
12. Chimney part : FLUE
13. Harvard ___ : YARD
18. Transvaal settler : BOER
23. Mythical monsters : ORCS
25. Complain : MOAN
26. Yaks away : BLABS
28. Some jazz : BEBOP
29. Strauss's "Mein Herr Marquis," e.g. : ARIA
30. Award for "The Producers" : TONY
31. Bouillabaisse : STEW
32. Comment after an accident : UHOH
33. Put down : DENIGRATE
34. Arizona sights : MESAS
37. May-___ romance : DECEMBER
38. "Rad!" : COOL
40. Andean land : PERU
41. Small quakes : TREMORS
43. Slaved away : TOILED
44. Great Lakes fish : CHUB
46. Caught some Z's : SLEPT
47. She's on TV for a spell : VANNA
48. Mournful piece : ELEGY
49. Promgoers : DATES
50. From a distance : AFAR
51. Inflection : TONE
52. Wizard : GURU
56. Thai neighbor : LAO
57. ___ King Cole : NAT

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