New York Times, Thursday, September 20, 2001

Author: David J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 79 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Shipping hazard : ICEBERG
8. Where the Golden Horde lived : STEPPES
15. Exam time, maybe : MIDYEAR
16. Counters over the counter : TELLERS
17. Brabantio's son-in-law : OTHELLO
18. Free : ATLARGE
19. Floors, for short : KOS
20. Last shot? : PUTT
22. Prefix with phobia : ACRO
23. "Hiroshima" writer : JOHNHERSEY
26. Cross : SPAN
28. Where to find a hero : DELI
29. Certifiable, so to speak : MAD
32. Ranges : STOVES
34. Kind of jacket : MAO
35. Crimson Tide, informally : BAMA
36. Birthplace of Allen Ginsberg : NEWARKNEWJERSEY
39. "A Little Bitty Tear" singer, 1962 : IVES
40. Propel, in a way : OAR
41. Musical section : ARIOSO
42. ___ jocum (in jest): Lat. : PER
43. Vase's handle : ANSA
45. Taverns : INNS
46. Charles Bronson's "Death Wish" role : PAULKERSEY
50. Hoof sound : CLOP
51. A plain Jane : EYRE
52. ___-timer : TWO
55. Clever one : SHARPIE
57. I movement? : EGOTRIP
60. Jacklight : LANTERN
61. Big migration area : SUNBELT
62. Star in Scorpius : ANTARES
63. Some sterling silver gifts : TEASETS
1. Reassuring words : IMOK
2. Baseball's ___ Gaston : CITO
3. Old English letters : EDHS
4. Pass, of a sort : BYE
5. Reef dweller : EEL
6. Fiennes of stage and screen : RALPH
7. Confine to home : GROUND
8. Maximum speed limit, e.g. : STATELAW
9. Eastern holiday : TET
10. Raines and Fitzgerald : ELLAS
11. Word with mat or kick : PLACE
12. Burger topper? : PERRYMASON
13. Thus : ERGO
14. Chicago-to-Louisville dir. : SSE
21. Liverpool is on it : THEMERSEY
23. Coffees : JAVAS
24. Lulu : ONER
25. Dry Spanish wine : RIOJA
26. ___ McGarrett, who said, "Book 'em, Danno!" : STEVE
27. Generation need? : POWERPLANT
30. "What ___!" (cry of despair) : AMESS
31. Belafonte standard : DAYO
32. Little cut : SNIP
33. Toast : SKOAL
35. Sea : BRINY
37. Durable garments of Chinese cotton : NANKEENS
38. ___ Railroad, founded 1832 : ERIE
44. You don't want to be under this : ARREST
47. Blood line : AORTA
48. Stimulant : UPPER
49. Transition : SEGUE
50. Movie sleuth : CHAN
52. Corner : TREE
53. Suffer from the heat : WILT
54. Decides : OPTS
55. Patty Hearst kidnap grp. : SLA
56. Fury : IRE
58. ___ roll : ONA
59. USA network rival : TBS

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