New York Times, Monday, January 20, 2003

Author: Alan Arbesfeld
Editor: Will Shortz
Alan Arbesfeld
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 39 Missing: {QVXYZ} This is puzzle # 46 for Mr. Arbesfeld. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Put off, as a motion : TABLE
6. Life stories, for short : BIOS
10. Poison ivy symptom : RASH
14. Trojan War epic : ILIAD
15. As a twosome, musically : ADUE
16. Initial stake : ANTE
17. "Norma Rae" director : MARTINRITT
19. London privies : LOOS
20. Extra wager : SIDEBET
21. Tennis champ Pete : SAMPRAS
23. The "L" of L.C.D. : LEAST
25. "___ to break it to you, but ..." : IHATE
26. Horticulturist who developed the Shasta daisy : LUTHERBURBANK
31. Sky color, in Paris : BLEU
32. Terra ___ : FIRMA
33. Noted French Dadaist : JEANARP
37. Was remunerative : PAIDOFF
41. Princess topper : TIARA
43. Writer ___ Stanley Gardner : ERLE
44. 1965 Roger Miller hit : KINGOFTHEROAD
48. In the midst of : AMONG
50. Group of three : TRIAD
51. A truck may go uphill in it : LOWGEAR
53. "College" member who votes for president : ELECTOR
58. Frist's predecessor as Senate majority leader : LOTT
59. It may follow grade school : JUNIORHIGH
61. Ending for buck : AROO
62. Tennis score after deuce : ADIN
63. City in northern France : LILLE
64. Cut, as wood : HEWN
65. Dems.' foes : REPS
66. Cosmetician Lauder : ESTEE
1. Actors Robbins and Allen : TIMS
2. Jai ___ : ALAI
3. Nest builder : BIRD
4. After midnight, say : LATE
5. Fit to be eaten : EDIBLE
6. Drinker's total : BARTAB
7. Dictator Amin : IDI
8. Surpass : OUTSTRIP
9. ___ good example : SETA
10. 2000 Green Party candidate : RALPHNADER
11. Polar jacket : ANORAK
12. Summer ermine : STOAT
13. Hermann who wrote "Steppenwolf" : HESSE
18. ___-do-well : NEER
22. City near Fort Lauderdale : MIAMI
24. "-er" or "-ing," e.g.: Abbr. : SUF
26. J.F.K.'s successor : LBJ
27. Ending with sched- : ULE
28. Oolong, for one : TEA
29. Coal-mining city of West Virginia : HUNTINGTON
30. Hidden means of support? : BRA
34. Former N.B.A. star Danny : AINGE
35. Scott Joplin piece : RAG
36. Stick out : PROTRUDE
38. Spanish gold : ORO
39. 22-Down's state: Abbr. : FLA
40. Nourished : FED
42. Mozambique's locale: Abbr. : AFR
44. Be obsequious (to) : KOWTOW
45. Connections : TIEINS
46. Ring up? : HALO
47. Channel swimmer Gertrude : EDERLE
48. To whom Muslims pray : ALLAH
49. 007 player Roger : MOORE
52. Barely open : AJAR
54. X's, in Greece : CHIS
55. Lean slightly : TILT
56. Eye amorously : OGLE
57. Korean leader Syngman ___ : RHEE
60. Light bite : NIP

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