New York Times, Tuesday, August 13, 2002

Author: Robert Malinow
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert Malinow
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FQW} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 8 for Mr. Malinow. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Sheep's cry : BLEAT
6. On ___ (like some jobs) : SPEC
10. Subject of a Sophocles tragedy : AJAX
14. Video's counterpart : AUDIO
15. Waterfront sight : PIER
16. Standard : NORM
17. Amorous entanglement : ETERNALTRIANGLE
20. Discipline that uses koans : ZEN
21. Send out : EMIT
22. Member of a secret order : MASON
23. Eye opening for a squint : SLIT
24. Sic a lawyer on : SUE
26. Annoyance for dwellers near airports : INCESSANTNOISE
33. Bond's "Casino Royale" foe : SMERSH
34. Randomizer : DIE
35. Govt. initiative : PROG
36. Subsists (on) : LIVES
37. Person with a chest pad : UMP
38. String section member : VIOLA
39. Possible solution : IDEA
40. "Just ___ thought!" : ASI
41. Acted badly : SINNED
42. Clothing label designation : PERMANENTPRESS
45. Hertz offering : CAR
46. "Of all the luck!" : RATS
47. Posthumous donation : ORGAN
51. Actress Pitts of old films : ZASU
52. Greetings : HIS
55. Mechanical impossibility : PERPETUALMOTION
59. Nobelist Wiesel : ELIE
60. Fairy tale opener : ONCE
61. With 40-Down, seat of Orange County, Calif. : SANTA
62. Wildcat : LYNX
63. Jab : POKE
64. Readily available : ONTAP
1. Singer/activist Joan : BAEZ
2. Renaissance instrument : LUTE
3. TV genie portrayer : EDEN
4. Put on TV : AIR
5. Without inflection or feeling : TONELESS
6. Cheerleaders' finale, often : SPLITS
7. British P.M. under George III : PITT
8. Always with an apostrophe : EER
9. Dernier ___ : CRI
10. Ballet Russe star Pavlova : ANNA
11. Helps, as a memory : JOGS
12. Singer Guthrie : ARLO
13. Marvel Comics group : XMEN
18. Simple folk : AMISH
19. "I agree completely!" : AMEN
23. 1996 horror film with sequels : SCREAM
24. Barbershop sound : SNIP
25. Colorado native : UTE
26. Ammonia derivative : IMIDE
27. "Well, I ___!" : NEVER
28. Campus offices: Abbr. : ADMIN
29. Thinks out loud : OPINES
30. Fireplace tools : IRONS
31. Treaded surfaces : SOLES
32. "Good heavens!" : EGAD
33. Boo-boo : SLIP
37. Exploitative type : USER
38. Musical artiste : VIRTUOSO
40. See 61-Across : ANA
41. Fleeting muscle problem : SPASM
43. Clearasil target : ACNE
44. Irish port near Killarney : TRALEE
47. German automaker : OPEL
48. Bank (on) : RELY
49. Alfred E. Neuman expression : GRIN
50. Summit : APEX
51. "An Officer and a Gentleman" hero : ZACK
52. Aid to the stumped : HINT
53. Smidgen : IOTA
54. Say sharply : SNAP
56. Blouse, e.g. : TOP
57. Game with "Draw Two" cards : UNO
58. Beachgoer's goal : TAN

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