New York Times, Friday, August 2, 2002

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQVXZ} This is puzzle # 95 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Wrist action : FLICK
6. "Got that right!" : YOUBETCHA
15. ___-chic : RETRO
16. Scoots over, maybe : MAKESROOM
17. Becomes less jammed, as traffic : EASES
18. Most spine-chilling : CREEPIEST
19. Discontinued coins : DRACHMAS
21. They're no fun : PRUDES
22. Scraps, in a way : SHEDS
23. Be, apparently : SEEM
24. Foreign heads of state : AMEERS
26. Wish to a traveler : GODSPEED
30. Johnny's bandleader : DOC
31. Water carrier : EWER
33. Mudstone : SHALE
34. Singer Luft : LORNA
37. Absorbed, as losses : ATE
38. Port of old Rome : OSTIA
39. Best : IDEAL
40. Madras clothing : SARI
42. Trinity component : SON
43. One who doesn't graduate cum laude : BSTUDENT
45. Schedule segments : SHIFTS
48. Off : SENT
49. Renaissance artist ___ della Francesca : PIERO
50. Some gang members : BIKERS
53. Financial statement figure : NETWORTH
56. Turkey part : ASIAMINOR
58. Start for wind or works : INTHE
59. Soloed : WENTALONE
60. Kind of post : NEWEL
61. "Mr. Wrong" actress, 1996 : DEGENERES
62. Man with a band : GROOM
1. ___ Gailey of "Miracle on 34th Street" : FRED
2. See 52-Down : LEAR
3. "Don't tell anyone!" : ITSASECRET
4. Nativity scene : CRECHE
5. Legit : KOSHER
6. Fitness centers : YMCAS
7. They may be found in banks : OARS
8. Accompaniment for some folk music : UKE
9. Tried to contact : BEEPED
10. Trattoria order : ESPRESSO
11. Brings home the gold : TRIUMPHS
12. Like The Citadel, now : COED
13. Water carrier : HOSE
14. Qts. and pts. : AMTS
20. Inventory: Abbr. : MDSE
23. Miffed, and then some : SORER
24. Off-the-cuff : ADLIB
25. Climates : MOODS
26. Insinuate : GETAT
27. What a pregnant woman does foodwise : EATSFORTWO
28. "I shall not want Honor in Heaven" poet : ELIOT
29. College group : DEANS
32. "It ___ All Velvet" (Mel Tormé autobiography) : WASNT
35. Gross out : NAUSEATE
36. Local office : ALDERMAN
41. "What ___ now?" : ISIT
44. Store : ENSILE
46. Doing a hatchet job? : HEWING
47. Press agent? : IRONER
49. "Battling for Peace" author : PERES
50. House keeper? : BAWD
51. "Oh ..." : ISEE
52. With 2-Down, a famous stage father : KING
53. Zero : NONE
54. Lt. Kojak : THEO
55. Big wheel at sea : HELM
57. Easter lead-in : NOR

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