New York Times, Thursday, August 15, 2002

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQVZ} This is puzzle # 162 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "No ___!" (slangy reply) : PROB
5. They go back and forth to work : SAWS
9. Suit : BEFIT
14. "The Labors of Hercules" painter Guido : RENI
15. Off ramp : EXIT
16. Susan Lucci's Emmy role : ERICA
17. "That's clear to me" in beat-speak : IDIG
18. "___ Lisa" : MONA
19. "Santa Fe Songs" composer : ROREM
20. Photo session at a farm? : SHOOTINGRANGE
23. Rental period : MONTH
24. "You ___ bother ..." : NEEDNT
27. Place with a feed trough : STY
28. Formally approve : RATIFY
33. Well-nigh : NEAR
34. Full scale? : DOTODO
35. Overly sentimental : SOPPY
36. Remission of big toe inflammation? : BREAKINGOUT
38. Strongly hopes : PRAYS
40. Mountain airs : YODELS
41. Tot's recitation : ABCS
42. Latke ingredient : POTATO
43. Hair knot : BUN
46. In this way : LIKESO
48. Call from a ward : NURSE
50. Quantity for a European pastry chef? : BATTERINGRAMS
55. Ordinary writing : PROSE
57. Uncivil : RUDE
58. Pest : GNAT
59. Lake crosser : CANOE
60. N.Y.S.E. relative : AMEX
61. Falco of "The Sopranos" : EDIE
62. Pass, as time : SPEND
63. Difference of opinion : SPAT
64. Convinced : SOLD
1. Light dispersers : PRISMS
2. Extremely popular : REDHOT
3. Like some salad dressings : ONIONY
4. One with a closed heart : BIGOT
5. Rest area sight : SEMI
6. Bit of a nerve : AXON
7. Annex : WING
8. Principal : STAR
9. 1960's best-selling author Eric : BERNE
10. Kind of zone : EROGENOUS
11. Grp. at a station : FIREDEPT
12. Cap material : ICE
13. Tufted topper : TAM
21. Violent struggles : THROES
22. In the least : ANY
25. Break of a sort : NAP
26. An encouraging word : TRY
29. Sandburg poem "___ Window" : ATA
30. City whose name means "eastern capital" : TOKYO
31. Dimwit : IDIOT
32. "The Grapes of Wrath" star, 1940 : FONDA
34. Tough time to farm : DRYSEASON
35. "Bye now" : SOLONG
36. Resolve : BACKBONE
37. Pick up : GET
38. Mate : PAL
39. Slugger's stat. : RBI
42. Gambler's desire : POT
43. Godfather portrayer : BRANDO
44. Label on a street-corner box : USMAIL
45. Like Russian dolls : NESTED
47. War horse : STEED
49. Recommends : URGES
51. Great times : ERAS
52. Cut of beef : RUMP
53. Proposal : IDEA
54. Vaccinator's call : NEXT
55. iMac competitors : PCS
56. Blame : RAP

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