New York Times, Friday, August 23, 2002

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {FQXZ} Spans: 3, (1 triple stack) This is puzzle # 61 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Punchlike beverage : BUGJUICE
9. Sub : HOAGIE
15. Not right : ABNORMAL
16. Prepare to slip out of, perhaps : UNLACE
17. Battered and sautéed in butter : MEUNIERE
18. Chaucer's "The ___ Tale" : REEVES
19. Skill, in old Rome : ARS
20. Cold war worry : ARMSRACE
22. Northern Ireland's Shannon-___ Waterway : ERNE
24. "Get ___!" (victim's cry) : HIM
25. Org. that included the Kentucky Colonels : ABA
28. Veil material : TULLE
31. Quotation qualification : SIC
32. "Nothing beats ___" (beer slogan) : ABUD
33. Pacifist's dream : UNIVERSALACCORD
37. "Almost finished," as to a decathlete : NINEDOWNONETOGO
38. Group with the 1967 hit "Come On Down to My Boat" : EVERYMOTHERSSON
39. Typists' settings : TABS
40. Southern constellation : ARA
41. Tenor Schipa and others : TITOS
42. Andean tuber : OCA
43. Not only that : AND
44. Rigging pro : BOSN
46. It may be given a slug : COINSLOT
49. Run in : NAB
52. #1 Beach Boys hit : KOKOMO
54. Famous French roundelay : ALOUETTE
57. Tony winner Worth and others : IRENES
58. Brute strength : RAWPOWER
59. High-stepping occasion? : PARADE
60. "Nana" star, 1934 : ANNASTEN
1. The Tide, of college sports : BAMA
2. Potsdam preposition : UBER
3. Serengeti herd : GNUS
4. Actor Favreau : JON
5. Sch. in Kingston : URI
6. Freudian slip follower : IMEAN
7. French square : CARRE
8. I, for one: Abbr. : ELEM
9. It may bring down the house : HURRICANE
10. When last call may be announced : ONEAM
11. Jazz pianist Templeton : ALEC
12. Helped up : GAVEABOOST
13. Bar stock : ICE
14. Some M.I.T. grads : EES
21. Civil War battle site : SHILOH
22. Young, transparent fish : ELVERS
23. Slender : REEDY
26. Thick, spicy stew : BURGOO
27. Peripherals : ADDONS
28. Find on the dial : TUNETO
29. Technological introduction of 1951 : UNIVAC
30. Red-dogger, e.g. : LINEBACKER
31. Recipient of many wish lists : SANTA
32. Is a part of, as a play : ACTSIN
34. It has a prominent bridge : ROMANNOSE
35. They have duel purposes : SWORDS
36. Altoids alternative : CERTS
43. About to be fired, perhaps : AIMED
44. Pakistan's ___ Pass : BOLAN
45. Boy band with the hit "Liquid Dreams" : OTOWN
47. Woman's name that's Irish for "unity" : OONA
48. Pasternak heroine : LARA
49. Packing info: Abbr. : NTWT
50. To ___ : ATEE
51. Where Einstein published his special theory of relativity : BERN
52. Laotian money : KIP
53. Mouths : ORA
55. Work ___ sweat : UPA
56. Canon camera : EOS

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