New York Times, Tuesday, September 11, 2001

Author: Joan Yanofsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Joan Yanofsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 4 for Ms. Yanofsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Cone material : LAVA
5. Part of a constellation : STAR
9. Bretons, e.g. : CELTS
14. Orthodox Church feature : ICON
15. ___ Stanley Gardner : ERLE
16. Hawaii hi : ALOHA
17. Attack, as with snowballs : PELT
18. Rib of a leaf : VEIN
19. Comedienne Normand who co-starred with Chaplin : MABEL
20. What the scholar might say to the librarian : GIVEATOMETOME
23. Cry to a shepherd : BAA
25. Halt : END
26. "We ___ Not Alone" : ARE
27. Baseball stat : ERRORS
29. Where Jakarta is : JAVA
31. Auction offering : LOT
34. Radar screen features : GRIDS
35. It can precede or follow Alexander : POPE
36. Old-time actress Velez : LUPE
37. What Barbie might say to the tollbooth clerk : GIVEATOKENTOKEN
40. December 24 and 31 : EVES
41. Clarinet component : REED
42. Auguries : OMENS
43. "___ Freischütz" (Weber opera) : DER
44. Film versions : CUTS
45. Party to a financial exchange : DRAWEE
46. "Absolutely!" : YES
47. Firms: Abbr. : COS
48. Build (on) : ADD
49. What the Mideast archaeologist might do : GIVEATOURTOUR
55. What's the matter? : ATOMS
56. Pecan or walnut : TREE
57. Cause of an air alert : SMOG
60. Free-for-all : MELEE
61. Dr. Frankenstein's assistant : IGOR
62. Former Connecticut Gov. Grasso : ELLA
63. Revise : EMEND
64. D.C. pols : SENS
65. Changes color : DYES
1. Place for gloss : LIP
2. Whiz : ACE
3. Artery to the Caspian Sea : VOLGARIVER
4. Pro's opposite : ANTI
5. "Lucky" throws : SEVENS
6. Walk (on) : TREAD
7. Landed : ALIT
8. Gambling locale : RENO
9. Modern courtroom sight : CAMERA
10. Make joyful : ELATE
11. "Rio ___" (John Wayne flick) : LOBO
12. Not us : THEM
13. Post-Christmas event : SALE
21. Vice ___ : VERSA
22. Whiz : MAVEN
23. Beseeched : BEGGED
24. Get there : ARRIVE
28. Works of Shelley : ODES
29. They might be practical : JOKES
30. Parroted : APED
31. Without much passion : LUKEWARMLY
32. Blossomed forth : OPENED
33. Became strained : TENSED
35. Sonneteer : POET
36. ___ Linda, Calif. : LOMA
38. "___ thyself": Emerson : TRUST
39. Many a sculpture : TORSO
44. Discontinued : CEASED
45. Ones who care : DOTERS
46. Neighbor of Saudi Arabia : YEMEN
47. Antigone's cruel uncle : CREON
49. Willing : GAME
50. News bit : ITEM
51. Short-tailed rodent : VOLE
52. Singer Redding : OTIS
53. Implore : URGE
54. No longer mint : USED
58. Flamenco cry : OLE
59. Neon, e.g. : GAS

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