New York Times, Monday, December 15, 2003

Author: Sarah Keller
Editor: Will Shortz
Sarah Keller
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FQWXZ} This is puzzle # 20 for Ms. Keller. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
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1. Coffee with body : MOCHA
6. Greta who said, "I vant to be alone" : GARBO
11. Relaxing resort : SPA
14. Sing like Crosby : CROON
15. Ancient Greek marketplace : AGORA
16. President Coolidge : CAL
17. "Peter Pan" villain : CAPTAINHOOK
19. Assayer's material : ORE
20. Dressed : CLAD
21. Suggestions on food labels: Abbr. : RDAS
22. Three-toed animal : TAPIR
24. "There's a problem!" : OHOH
26. Flock leader : PRIEST
27. Country dance : VIRGINIAREEL
32. Demean : ABASE
33. Missing companionship : LONESOME
37. Droop : SAG
38. Cope with : STAND
40. Write quickly : JOT
41. More reliable : TRUSTIER
44. Abstract visual images : OPART
46. Efficient manufacturing process : ASSEMBLYLINE
49. Dwarfed tree : BONSAI
52. Ascent : RISE
53. Less cordial : ICIER
54. Fiendish : EVIL
56. Artist Salvador : DALI
60. Comic's bit : GAG
61. Water locator : DIVININGROD
64. Encouragement at the bullring : OLE
65. Big ape : ORANG
66. Christopher who played the Man of Steel : REEVE
67. ___ and feather : TAR
68. Horse features : MANES
69. Horse relatives : ASSES
1. 1300 on a cornerstone : MCCC
2. Spoken : ORAL
3. Nightclub in a Manilow song : COPA
4. Ballpark vendors' offerings : HOTDOGS
5. Actress ___ Alicia : ANA
6. The Father of India : GANDHI
7. Turkish leader : AGHA
8. Down Under hoppers : ROOS
9. Friend in the 'hood : BRO
10. Yellow ribbon site : OAKTREE
11. Listerine alternative : SCOPE
12. Plaster of ___ : PARIS
13. Warn : ALERT
18. Multivitamin supplement : IRON
23. Is not well : AILS
25. Hasten : HIE
26. Remain unsettled : PEND
27. Widespread : VAST
28. Letter-shaped building beam : IBAR
29. Pasta sauce maker : RAGU
30. Security feature : ALARM
31. Howard of "Happy Days" : RON
34. City east of Santa Barbara : OJAI
35. "September ___" (Neil Diamond hit) : MORN
36. Suffix with disk or novel : ETTE
38. Answer to a señor : SISI
39. Golfer's gadget : TEE
42. Business letter encl. : SASE
43. Russian ruler's domain : TSARDOM
44. Pained cries : OYS
45. Fraternity candidates : PLEDGES
47. Fetches : BRINGS
48. Title role for Leslie Caron : LILI
49. Intolerant one : BIGOT
50. City between Gainesville and Orlando : OCALA
51. West African river : NIGER
54. Novelist Hunter : EVAN
55. Climber : VINE
57. Son of Hera : ARES
58. Honey : LOVE
59. Fateful day in March : IDES
62. A Gershwin brother : IRA
63. Gun owners' grp. : NRA

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