New York Times, Saturday, February 22, 2003

Author: Dana Motley
Editor: Will Shortz
Dana Motley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 18 for Ms. Motley. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. See 59-Across : ALECS
6. Kachina performer : HOPI
10. In very short order : ASAP
14. Corday killed him : MARAT
15. "___ in Berlin" (1960 jazz album) : ELLA
16. Luncheon follower : ETTE
17. Popular snack chip : FRITO
18. Produce a faint image of : ADUMBRATE
20. Stir up trouble : MAKEWAVES
22. Picture with a posse, perhaps : OATER
23. Natural boundary : RIVER
24. Holders of blessed bread : PATENS
25. Scammed : TAKENIN
28. Part of some Muslim households : HAREM
29. Extensive variety : SMORGASBORD
31. Asian waist product? : OBI
34. Old Testament book : AMOS
35. They may leave a stain : TEARS
36. Uintah and Ouray Reservation inhabitants : UTES
37. Early '50s soldier : ROK
38. American competitor : CONTINENTAL
40. Set off : APART
42. State follower, sometimes : ZIPCODE
43. Some steak preparers : CUBERS
45. "Fiddler on the Roof" star : TOPOL
46. Routine : USUAL
47. They may be shifted in transit : TENSPEEDS
51. Banks' go-between : FERRYBOAT
53. Name on a compact : ESTEE
54. Roll and bind : FURL
55. ___ Dartle, woman in "David Copperfield" : ROSA
56. One may be picky : EATER
57. Exercise options? : SPAS
58. First-year Harvard law student : ONEL
59. With 1-Across, pseudo-wits : SMART
1. Like some tuners : AMFM
2. Superman's mother : LARA
3. Nobelist poet ___ Axel Karlfeldt : ERIK
4. Wedding expenses : CATERERS
5. Doing warehouse work : STOWING
6. Providential : HEAVENSENT
7. Like a big brother : OLDER
8. Furthermore : PLUS
9. Existential declaration : IAM
10. Make fizzy : AERATE
11. "Eureka" or "Excelsior" : STATEMOTTO
12. When some take a coffee break : ATTEN
13. Looks : PEERS
19. Cooperative people? : BOARD
21. Air-conditioned people? : AVIATORS
24. Soup flavorers : PARSNIPS
25. Michael, for one : TSAR
26. Contents of some barrels : AMMO
27. Bird whose cry sounds like laughter : KOOKABURRA
28. Flat : HORIZONTAL
30. Swing : BAT
32. Primitive monetary unit : BEAD
33. Cuba's ___ of Youth : ISLE
36. July 4 parade figure : UNCLESAM
38. Simon of pop : CARLY
39. Heroic poems : EPOPEES
41. Some divers' booty : PEARLS
43. Shirt pair : CUFFS
44. Deplete : USEUP
45. Make frizzy : TEASE
47. Rocky or Bullwinkle : TOON
48. "___ Kett" : ETTA
49. Buck, say : DEER
50. Rockefeller Center muralist : SERT
52. Dude : BRO

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