New York Times, Saturday, September 29, 2001

Author: Robert H. Wolfe
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert H. Wolfe
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 33 Missing: {FJQXZ} This is puzzle # 49 for Mr. Wolfe. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. It involves designated drivers : CARPOOL
8. Part of it belongs to the U.S. : SAMOA
13. Apt to break down : ANALYTIC
15. Atkins diet no-no : SUGARS
16. 1974 thriller about a murderous baby : ITSALIVE
17. Compensation : AMENDS
18. Colony : NEST
19. Platter part : SIDEB
21. Early 6th-century date : DIII
22. Noted blind mathematician : EULER
24. "I'm With Stupid" shirt feature : ARROW
26. Director Lee : ANG
27. Change in Chile : PESOS
29. All finished : INTHECAN
31. Rolling game : BOCCE
33. "___ With the Falcon" (George Sanders film) : ADATE
34. Some stanzas : SESTETS
38. Like some lawsuits : SETTLED
40. They're heard at Heathrow : TATAS
41. Bêtes noires : HATES
43. Practically : ASGOODAS
45. Maine's ___ Bay : CASCO
49. Worker in a garden : BEE
50. Constellation in the Milky Way : NORMA
52. Calves, e.g. : YOUNG
54. Comment after an accident : IMOK
56. Astronomical difference : EPACT
58. "Superman" villainess : URSA
59. "How to Handle a Woman" lyricist : LERNER
61. Bawls out : SHOUTSAT
63. "Anti-Dühring" author : ENGELS
64. Unpleasant spot : HELLHOLE
65. With 4-Down, some armor : STEEL
66. Bristles : SEESRED
1. Minesweeper of literature : CAINE
2. Pay : ANTEUP
3. Tangle (with), in the country : RASSLE
4. See 65-Across : PLATES
5. Thin cartoon woman : OYL
6. Johnny in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame : OTIS
7. Tiberius's mother : LIVIA
8. Problem in grade school : SUM
9. Like some ports : AGED
10. Overly zealous : MANIACAL
11. It helps pinpoint a point : ORDINATE
12. Gave out : ASSIGNED
14. Oscar designer Gibbons : CEDRIC
15. Cousin of a clog : SABOT
20. English poet Dowson : ERNEST
23. "The Emperor Jones" star, 1933 : ROBESON
25. "Come again?" : WHATSAY
28. One may be drying out : SOT
30. Mass. setting : EDT
32. The key of E major has one : CSHARP
34. Some abstract art : STABILES
35. Right of passage : EASEMENT
36. His cross is on the Union Jack : STGEORGE
37. Eastern way : TAO
39. Spain is in it: Abbr. : EEC
42. Quite the success : ASMASH
44. Industrious group : DOERS
46. Moves to a warmer place, perhaps : SOUTHS
47. Position locater : CURSOR
48. Cheaper : ONSALE
51. Feels (for) : ACHES
53. Like some communities : GATED
55. Bendable part : KNEE
57. Some black metalware : TOLE
60. Bracket type : ELL
62. Relative of -let : ULE

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