New York Times, Saturday, July 6, 2002

Author: Nancy Joline
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Nicholson Joline
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 31 Missing: {FJKWXYZ} This is puzzle # 100 for Ms. Joline. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Slip source : BANANAPEEL
11. Computer nuisance : SPAM
15. Site of a blast from the past : ALAMOGORDO
16. Film director ___ C. Kenton : ERLE
17. They have notched collars and patch pockets : CAMPSHIRTS
18. Baryshnikov, by birth : LETT
19. City on the Skunk River : AMES
20. Comparison words : ASA
21. Opening on stage : SCENEI
23. Part of some mil. titles : RET
24. Pen : ENCLOSURE
26. Top of royalty : DIADEM
30. No couch potato : DOER
31. Minute or hour preceder : PER
32. Classic role for an actress : INGENUE
34. Like some answers : PAT
35. Old sit-in stagers: Abbr. : SDS
36. Become unlocked? : BALD
37. Polish language : EDIT
39. Moo ___ shrimp : SHU
42. Part after a decimal: Abbr. : CTS
43. Five Nations members : SENECAS
47. City SSW of Tehran : QUM
48. Lashes : TIES
50. Inn choice : RAMADA
51. They go up when it comes down : UMBRELLAS
54. "For shame!" : TUT
55. Wear down : ABRADE
56. Like some rights: Abbr. : CIV
58. "Tuna Fishing" artist : DALI
59. Print shop purchase : REAM
60. Street language : VERNACULAR
63. Proof word : ERGO
64. Political decision-makers : ELECTORATE
65. W.W. II weapon : STEN
66. They have a strong attraction : LODESTONES
1. Kind of cocktail : BACARDI
2. Where Montgomery turned back Rommel : ALAMEIN
3. Convention handout : NAMETAG
4. Concert array : AMPS
5. Forbiddances : NOS
6. Near Eastern honorific : AGHA
7. Cool : POISE
8. Minor mission : ERRAND
9. Seasonal schedule abbr. : EDT
10. Customer draw : LOSSLEADER
11. Three-time French Open winner : SELES
12. Marriage arrangements? : PRENUPS
13. Not the same : ALTERED
14. Occupations : METIERS
22. 1956 Winter Olympics site : CORTINA
25. Hacks it : COPES
27. Jackie in 1947, briefly : DEB
28. Played : ENACTED
29. Biplane? : MULTILEVEL
33. Henry's son : EDSEL
38. Pro ___ : TEM
39. Hardly cool cats : SQUARES
40. Literary character with the same first and last name : HUMBERT
41. Offense : UMBRAGE
44. 58-Across, by birth : CATALAN
45. Fawn over : ADULATE
46. Swift output : SATIRES
49. Like some texts : SACRED
52. San ___, Calif. : RAMON
53. Subsequently : SINCE
57. Winery equipment : VATS
58. Hard, in Havana : DURO
61. "Evil Woman" group, for short : ELO
62. Blanket site : COT

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