New York Times, Thursday, August 29, 2002

Author: William Schaub
Editor: Will Shortz
William Schaub
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JXY} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Schaub. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Political group : CAMP
5. ___ it out : SWEAT
10. God of the Canaanites : BAAL
14. Highlands hillside : BRAE
15. Tamarack tree : LARCH
16. Planting unit : ACRE
17. Telegraph, say : SEND
18. Less cordial : ICIER
19. Takes another direction : ZAGS
20. Baseball All-Star Game playing field? : DIAMONDOFACES
23. Delphi figure : ORACLE
25. She loved Lancelot : ELAINE
26. "Enough!" in El Salvador : NOMAS
27. Player of "As Time Goes By," in film : SAM
30. Hold the floor : ORATE
31. Scoundrels' society? : CLUBOFKNAVES
34. Subway relatives : ELS
35. Get rid of : DITCH
36. China's Chiang ___-shek : KAI
39. Tool used in royal gardens? : SPADEOFKINGS
43. Without delay : APACE
46. Common ID : SSN
47. Item in a cheek pouch : ACORN
48. Korean War rifle : GARAND
50. Bother incessantly : GNAWAT
51. Shea Stadium's locale? : HEARTOFQUEENS
55. Bit of seafloor flora : ALGA
56. Stir : ROUSE
57. It's about a foot : SHOE
60. Litter leaver : SLOB
61. Spring sign : ARIES
62. An eternity, seemingly : EONS
63. Gets darker, in a way : TANS
64. Slip : LAPSE
65. Wool sources : EWES
1. "The Jackie Gleason Show" shower : CBS
2. Live and breathe : ARE
3. Court order : MANDAMUS
4. Calcutta conveyance : PEDICAB
5. Lowlife : SLIME
6. City by a lake of the same name : WACO
7. Land of literature : ERIN
8. Did perfectly : ACED
9. Paroxysm : THROE
10. Quarters for shopping : BAZAARS
11. Source of gum arabic : ACACIA
12. Silvery white : ARGENT
13. Renter : LESSEE
21. "Let's not forget ..." : ALSO
22. Baffin Bay hazard : FLOE
23. Storybook starter : ONCE
24. Pitch's partner : ROLL
27. Path to poverty, with "the" : SKIDS
28. Starting stakes : ANTES
29. Georgia city : MACON
32. Org. that may request a recall : FDA
33. TV band : VHF
36. Has the skill : KNOWSHOW
37. Pearl Mosque locale : AGRA
38. Fails to be : ISNT
39. Some iconic gems : SCARABS
40. Shut (up) : PENT
41. Xanadu resident : KANE
42. New Testament miracle cry : ICANSEE
43. In shock : AGHAST
44. Spanish dish : PAELLA
45. Whence Catherine : ARAGON
49. Home of the Blue Monster golf course : DORAL
50. Symbols of silliness : GEESE
52. Roman meeting places : FORA
53. Leno line : QUIP
54. Swiss army knives have several : USES
58. Lunchtime, perhaps : ONE
59. Suffix with seer : ESS

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