New York Times, Monday, January 13, 2003

Author: Gregory E. Paul
Editor: Will Shortz
Gregory E. Paul
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJQVX} This is puzzle # 103 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Health resorts : SPAS
5. TV series with Hawkeye and Hot Lips : MASH
9. Aspirin maker : BAYER
14. N.Y.S.E. listing : CORP
15. Nabisco cookie : OREO
16. Miss Doolittle of "My Fair Lady" : ELIZA
17. Large section in an atlas : ASIA
18. Thumbtack, British-style : DRAWINGPIN
20. Error : MISCUE
22. Office message : MEMO
23. Drunkard : SOT
24. Church bell spot : STEEPLE
26. Fall in scattered drops, as rain : SPIT
28. Boot camp reply : NOSIR
30. Not on the road : ATHOME
34. Sheets and pillowcases : LINEN
37. Sandwich shop : DELI
39. Restaurant chain acronym : IHOP
40. Immediately, after "at" : ONCE
41. Job title (giving a hint to this puzzle's theme) : SEWER
42. Gooey ground : MIRE
43. Hearty drink made with honey : MEAD
44. Center of a Christmas display : TREE
45. Hearty steak : TBONE
46. Flowering shrub : AZALEA
48. Water at the mouth : DROOL
50. One-named Irish singer : ENYA
52. Avenues : STREETS
56. "What's the ___?" : USE
59. Reps.' foes : DEMS
61. Bluesman ___ Wolf : HOWLIN
62. Well-worn : THREADBARE
65. German "a" : EINE
66. Art stand : EASEL
67. Fiction teller : LIAR
68. R & B/jazz singer James : ETTA
69. Beach souvenir : SHELL
70. Stately trees : ELMS
71. Work station : DESK
1. Rip-offs : SCAMS
2. Put : POSIT
3. Get up : ARISE
4. Seattle landmark : SPACENEEDLE
5. Catwalk walkers : MODELS
6. The "A" in E.T.A.: Abbr. : ARR
7. Line made by a 41-Across : SEAM
8. Inventor Elias and others : HOWES
9. Marathon runner Joan : BENOIT
10. High school math: Abbr. : ALG
11. Puppy sounds : YIPS
12. Operatic singer Pinza : EZIO
13. Long, angry complaint : RANT
19. Damage : IMPAIR
21. Atop : UPON
25. Duck down? : EIDER
27. White-flowered plant : THIMBLEWEED
29. Marry again : REWED
31. Cincinnati's home : OHIO
32. Time starting at dawn : MORN
33. Fencing rapier : EPEE
34. ___ Linda, Calif. : LOMA
35. "Il Trovatore" soprano : INEZ
36. Interscholastic sports org. : NCAA
38. Lecherous looks : LEERS
41. Stuck around : STAYED
45. Bull in a bullring : TORO
47. Ultimate purpose : ENDALL
49. Additional ones : OTHERS
51. Walk : AMBLE
53. Best of the best : ELITE
54. Salon jobs : TINTS
55. ___ preview : SNEAK
56. Tableland tribe : UTES
57. Iranian "king" : SHAH
58. Scots Gaelic : ERSE
60. Flying jib, e.g. : SAIL
63. Electric fish : EEL
64. Hit head-on : RAM

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