New York Times, Monday, August 5, 2002

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 161 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Panorama : VISTA
6. "I dare you!" : DOIT
10. Meal-in-bed supporter : TRAY
14. ___ and aahed : OOHED
15. Upper hand : EDGE
16. Hearty's companion : HALE
17. With 61-Across, a fictional pair who are hard to tell apart : TWEEDLEDUM
19. Jane Austen heroine : EMMA
20. Toward sunrise : EAST
21. Res ___ loquitur (legal phrase) : IPSA
22. Face-valued, as stocks : ATPAR
23. Scurries : HIES
25. El ___ (Pacific phenomenon) : NINO
27. Family pair who are hard to tell apart : IDENTICALTWINS
33. 56-Across + 56-Across : ONE
34. For takeout : TOGO
35. Enamored of : KEENON
36. Writer Wharton : EDITH
38. "___ about that?!" : HOW
40. Hertz competitor : ALAMO
41. Satellite TV receivers : DISHES
43. ___ is to say : THAT
45. Court subject : LAW
46. Routine that's hard to tell apart from past routines : SAMEOLDSAMEOLD
49. "It's c-c-c-cold!" : BRRR
50. Minipie : TART
51. Laugh-filled : JOLLY
54. Prefix with potent : OMNI
56. Fair share, maybe : HALF
60. Song for a diva : ARIA
61. See 17-Across : TWEEDLEDEE
63. Dovetail : MESH
64. Powerful auto engine : VSIX
65. Remove from the blackboard : ERASE
66. Feathery scarves : BOAS
67. Shipped : SENT
68. So far : ASYET
1. November catchword : VOTE
2. Dubuque's state : IOWA
3. The Rolling Stones' "___ a Rainbow" : SHES
4. Prepare to bite? : TEETHE
5. Say further : ADD
6. Sound that's heaved : DEEPSIGH
7. Bookie's quote : ODDS
8. Big lizard : IGUANA
9. Chairman pro ___ : TEM
10. What a loser may throw in : THETOWEL
11. Interstate entrance/exit : RAMP
12. ___ mater : ALMA
13. 1776 or 1945 : YEAR
18. Deceive : LIETO
22. Aardvark : ANTEATER
24. On paper : INTHEORY
26. Sort : ILK
27. Place for a sacred cow : INDIA
28. Godly belief : DEISM
29. Codgers : COOTS
30. Counting everything : INALL
31. Wanderer : NOMAD
32. Frequent Arctic forecast : SNOW
33. British refs. : OEDS
37. Malaise : THEBLAHS
39. "And then ...?" : WHATNEXT
42. Popular camera type, for short : SLR
44. "... the way of a man with ___": Proverbs : AMAID
47. Be half asleep : DROWSE
48. Not these or those : OTHERS
51. Window's support : JAMB
52. Creme cookie : OREO
53. Actress Bonet : LISA
55. Lo ___ (noodle dish) : MEIN
57. 24 hours ___ : ADAY
58. ___-majesté : LESE
59. Centipede's multitude : FEET
61. Show showers : TVS
62. Pasture : LEA

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