New York Times, Thursday, January 23, 2003

Author: Cathy Millhauser
Editor: Will Shortz
Cathy Allis
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QX} Spans: 2 Featured Will Shortz favorite This is puzzle # 74 for Ms. Allis. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Spanish eyes : OJOS
5. Jots : IOTAS
10. News anchor Paula : ZAHN
14. Hitchcock title : ROPE
15. Black-necked goose : BRANT
16. Award started by the Village Voice : OBIE
17. Reducing the autopsy staff? : CUTTINGCORONERS
20. Crime for which one takes the heat : ARSON
21. Barely flows : TRICKLES
22. Captain of science fiction : NEMO
25. Alias : AKA
26. Jokester : WAG
29. Dyed trick-or-treat costume? : REDSKELETON
35. Emotionally charged : ELECTRIC
37. Subject for il poeta : AMORE
38. ___-Honey (candy name) : BITO
39. High-hats : SNOBS
42. Ovaltine ingredient : MALT
43. People travel only one way on them : TBARS
45. Permanent spot on a dress : POLKADOT
47. Lively state? : VITALOREGON
50. Spotter : SPY
51. Prefect ending : URE
52. Knock off : STOP
54. Growing post-W.W. II environs : SUBURBIA
59. Swing and a miss : WHIFF
63. Politician on a spree? : SHOPPINGSENATOR
66. Pipsqueak : RUNT
67. Many a McDonald's promotion : TIEIN
68. Stuff on slides : SERA
69. "Vamoose!" : SHOO
70. Famous bucktoothed dummy : SNERD
71. Longtime Susan Lucci quest : EMMY
1. Sea World attraction : ORCA
2. Day at the Louvre : JOUR
3. Decides : OPTS
4. Decided about : SETON
5. "Son of," in Arabic names : IBN
6. Domain name suffix : ORG
7. Public relations need : TACT
8. Parka : ANORAK
9. Sound, as the hour : STRIKE
10. Stupefy, slangily : ZONK
11. Explorer Tasman : ABEL
12. Engage : HIRE
13. Role for Stack and Costner : NESS
18. Like helium : INERT
19. City SSE of Gainesville : OCALA
23. They lap France's coasts : MERS
24. God who gave up an eye to drink from the spring of wisdom : ODIN
26. Home entertainment option : WEBTV
27. Way out : ALIBI
28. Imply : GETAT
30. Ambit : SCOPE
31. Literary matchmaker : EMMA
32. Warty jumpers : TOADS
33. Fourth deck of a ship : ORLOP
34. Meshlike : NETTY
36. Mrs. Dithers in "Blondie" : CORA
40. Cranberries thrive here : BOGS
41. Place on a schedule : SLOT
44. Bad etiquette at the dinner table : SLURP
46. Famous : KNOWN
48. Flies around : ORBITS
49. Curb : REININ
53. Part of growing up : PHASE
54. Estonia et al., once: Abbr. : SSRS
55. Nope : UHUH
56. Rock star with many causes : BONO
57. Machinating : UPTO
58. Onetime Mets slugger Tommie : AGEE
60. Particular : ITEM
61. 1040, for one : FORM
62. Scuffle : FRAY
64. Hardly an ordinary Joe : SIR
65. Apt answer for this clue : END

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