New York Times, Wednesday, February 28, 2001

Author: A. J. Santora
Editor: Will Shortz
A. J. Santora
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 33 Missing: {FKQVWXZ} This is puzzle # 242 for Mr. Santora. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. White House nickname : CAL
4. Reaches a peak : CRESTS
10. Be a nag : CARP
14. Pother : ADO
15. Milk-related : LACTIC
16. Western Hemisphere abbr. : AMER
17. 1984 Democratic keynoter : MARIOCUOMO
19. ___ doble (Spanish dance) : PASO
20. Come forth : EMERGE
21. Commit to another hitch : REUP
23. Small pointer : PUP
24. Have status : RATE
25. "Catch a Falling Star" singer : PERRYCOMO
27. Queen, maybe : ANT
28. Throughway : ROAD
30. Walk-ons, e.g. : ROLES
31. Not averting one's eyes : STARING
33. Blatant deception : CHARADE
35. With 36-Across, a depiction of Jesus : ECCE
36. See 35-Across : HOMO
37. On a branch, maybe : PERCHED
40. Do Little? : IMITATE
44. "___ man with seven wives" : IMETA
45. Sailed through : ACED
46. Something to flip : LID
47. Chief steward : MAJORDOMO
50. Adriatic seaport : BARI
51. Rocker Brian : ENO
52. Break up with, and not nicely : DUMP
53. Numbskull, to a Brit : MAUMET
55. Nice evening : NUIT
57. Hypes a movie, perhaps : DOESAPROMO
59. Word in many college names : TECH
60. Concern of 43-Down : ERRATA
61. "___ Rosenkavalier" : DER
62. Margarine : OLEO
63. Farmer, at times : SEEDER
64. Nus, to us : ENS
1. Shooters' needs : CAMERAS
2. Unyielding : ADAMANT
3. Hot Lips portrayer : LORETTA
4. Plunger's target : CLOG
5. Derby : RACE
6. Euro forerunner : ECU
7. On disk : STORED
8. Track official : TIMER
9. Use elbow grease on : SCOUR
10. Salary limit : CAP
11. #1 hit for Jimmy Dorsey, 1941 : AMAPOLA
12. Began again : RESUMED
13. Ask for a hand? : PROPOSE
18. Choler : IRE
22. Cheops construction : PYRAMID
25. Beeped : PAGED
26. Barbizon School painter : COROT
28. One of two Plantagenet kings : RICHARD
29. Back then : ONCE
32. Page 1, 3 or 5, e.g. : RECTO
33. Harpo's interpreter : CHICO
34. Directive to James : HOME
37. Olive stuffer : PIMENTO
38. Common temple name : EMANUEL
39. Exult : REJOICE
41. Apple-pie order? : ALAMODE
42. Radial makers : TIREMEN
43. Staff of Life : EDITORS
45. Fuse unit : AMPERE
48. Guys, slangily : DUDES
49. Samuel Lover's "Rory ___" : OMORE
50. Prickly seedcase : BUR
53. Game ending : MATE
54. On ___ with : APAR
56. Howe'er : THO
58. Bummed : SAD

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