New York Times, Friday, August 8, 2003

Author: Myles Callum
Editor: Will Shortz
Myles Callum
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {FJQXZ} This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Callum. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Acceptance as cool, to some : STREETCRED
11. Nuclear physics prefix : BETA
15. Pop choice : ORANGESODA
16. Examination room sounds : AAHS
17. City on the Mahoning : YOUNGSTOWN
18. Georgia and others, once: Abbr. : SSRS
19. None too soon : ATLAST
20. Royal borough of Greater London : KINGSTON
22. Nail-biting sports events, briefly : OTS
24. Knuckle-headed gestures of affection? : NOOGIES
25. Lost it : WENTNUTS
30. Subject, usually : NOUN
31. "I'll speak a prophecy ___ go": Shak. : EREI
32. Headstrong one : BULL
34. Failed to : DIDNT
37. By and by : SOON
38. They're not too sharp : EPEES
40. Level : TIER
41. Memorable sidekick : TONTO
43. 1999 Ron Howard film : EDTV
44. Saab model : AERO
45. Base of a crocus stem : CORM
47. Daubs : SMEARSON
49. University of Cincinnati player : BEARCAT
52. LAX abbr. : ETD
53. Irrationality : UNREASON
55. "Gil Blas" writer : LESAGE
60. Cartoonist Walker : MORT
61. Base for some jellies : CRABAPPLES
63. Paranoiac's worry : PLOT
64. Gives freshman introduction, say : ORIENTATES
65. 1974 Peace Nobelist Eisaku ___ : SATO
66. Lie : TELLASTORY
1. ___ bean : SOYA
2. Certain harness race : TROT
3. Outfielder Mondesi : RAUL
4. Sicilian resort : ENNA
5. Pushes : EGGSON
6. Synthetic : TESTTUBE
7. Chi hrs. : CST
8. Corner piece : ROOK
9. Astronomer Hubble : EDWIN
10. Yoplait alternative : DANNON
11. Fender, perhaps : BASSGUITAR
12. Java locale : EASTINDIES
13. Pang : THROE
14. Leagues: Abbr. : ASSNS
21. Yummy : GOOD
23. Bonehead : STUPE
25. Nathanael who wrote "Miss Lonelyhearts" : WEST
26. Suffix with smash : EROO
27. Crayola color introduced in 1990 : NEONCARROT
28. Painter whose name means "little dyer" : TINTORETTO
29. Bobs, say : SLEDS
33. "I'd like to give it a try" : LETME
35. Role in Racine's "Britannicus" : NERO
36. Suffix with 11-Across : TRON
39. Joseph Stalin's daughter : SVETLANA
42. Quint's boat in "Jaws" : ORCA
46. Animal on the field, perhaps : MASCOT
48. Aces : ADEPTS
49. Some dermatological anomalies : BUMPS
50. Name on a famous B-29 : ENOLA
51. 1998 World Series winning manager : TORRE
54. Hit hard : NAIL
56. Row : SPAT
57. Kind of recorder : ALTO
58. Will of "Jeremiah Johnson" : GEER
59. Swedish actress Persson : ESSY
62. ___ and the Dragon (Apocryphal book) : BEL

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