New York Times, Friday, November 7, 2003

Author: Jim Page
Editor: Will Shortz
Jim Page
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 32 Missing: {FJQVZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 86 for Mr. Page. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Like a Dagwood sandwich : PILEDHIGH
10. Scam targets : SAPS
14. Kind of flat : ONEBEDROOM
16. Hibernia : EIRE
17. Corresponded to : PARALLELED
18. Letter of the law? : WRIT
19. "Absolutely not!" : IWONT
20. Treating people: Abbr. : DRS
21. Opening run : ABCD
22. Napoleon's "bravest of the brave" : NEY
23. Fine things in Bilbao : ARTES
26. Feel the same : AGREE
27. Hit with, as a pickup line : USEON
28. Stadium row : SEATS
29. Cutting evidence : SCAR
32. 1982 title role for Meryl Streep : SOPHIE
35. Alaskan Klee ___ (small dog breed) : KAI
36. 1929 Variety headline : WALLSTLAYSANEGG
39. Québec's ___ d'Orléans : ILE
40. Eye salaciously : LEERAT
41. Club: Abbr. : ASSN
42. A mile a minute : SIXTY
44. Counselor-___ : ATLAW
46. Close call : SCARE
47. Square dance group, e.g. : OCTET
48. Some linemen: Abbr. : RTS
51. Marisa's "My Cousin Vinny" role : MONA
52. Prussian pronoun : ICH
53. Ring brothers of the 1930's : BAERS
55. Adapter designation : ACDC
56. Enthusiastic snapper : SHUTTERBUG
59. It may make you do something foolish : DARE
60. Survey of the past : RETROSPECT
61. Flight data, briefly : ETAS
62. Charges anew : REATTACKS
1. Make an unannounced call : POPIN
2. Floored : INAWE
3. "The Wizard of Oz" producer : LEROY
4. "Voice of Israel" author : EBAN
5. Fluvial plains : DELTAS
6. "Good" cholesterol, briefly : HDL
7. Unpleasant thing to invoke : IRE
8. Provision in some executives' contracts : GOLDENPARACHUTE
9. Some field workers : HOERS
10. E.P.A. concern : SEWAGE
11. Stopping system : AIRBRAKES
12. Stickers : PRICETAGS
13. Stagecraft? : SETDESIGN
15. Experts on physiol. : MDS
24. What's left, in Lyon : RESTE
25. "A Confederacy of Dunces" author : TOOLE
26. Not grounded, perhaps : ASEA
27. Link letters? : URL
29. Like some watches : SWISSMADE
30. One spotted in an alley : CALICOCAT
31. Edward VII's queen : ALEXANDRA
33. Radisson rival : HYATT
34. Carpet fiber : ISTLE
37. Roy Rogers's original surname : SLYE
38. Rural refusal : NAW
43. Remnants : TRACES
45. If all goes right : ATBEST
47. Yellow shade : OCHER
48. Medieval stringed instrument : REBEC
49. It has a bed : TRUCK
50. Some noncoms: Abbr. : SSGTS
52. Acre's land: Abbr. : ISR
54. It's plucked in Parma : ARPA
57. Refrain syllable : TRA
58. Crib sheet user : TOT

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