New York Times, Thursday, February 6, 2003

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 35 Missing: {JKQVX} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 171 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "All I ___ Do" (Sheryl Crow song) : WANNA
6. Singer in Bob Dylan's Rolling Thunder Revue : BAEZ
10. Clinches : ICES
14. Afghan, e.g. : ASIAN
15. Director Wertmuller : LINA
16. Clammy : DAMP
17. Number one assistant, strictly speaking? : RIGHTHANDPROPER
20. Some degree : NTH
21. Posted : SENT
22. Orwell's "Animal Farm," e.g. : SATIRE
23. Lbs. and ozs. : WTS
25. Pain : ACHE
27. Instruction for casual dress : NOTIE
28. Going around a clock every minute? : SECONDHANDGOAL
31. Sheikdom of song : ARABY
32. Regarded guardedly : EYED
33. Enlivens : PEPSUP
35. Shrimp dish : SCAMPI
41. Bric-a-___ : BRAC
45. Diamond situation after a single hit : ONEON
46. Nonchalant gait? : OFFHANDRUNNING
51. Trap : SNARE
52. Hubbubs : ADOS
53. Without limit : ANY
54. Doo-wop hits, e.g. : OLDIES
56. Has markers out : OWES
58. Cleveland ___, O. : HTS
60. Where farm workers take a dip? : FIELDHANDSTREAM
63. Indigo plant : ANIL
64. Chip in : ANTE
65. Place for a hawk : AERIE
66. Burns and Allen: Abbr. : SENS
67. Doldrums, for one : MOOD
68. "Texaco Star Theater" star : BERLE
1. Tip off : WARN
2. So to speak : ASITWERE
3. Second half of a doubleheader : NIGHTCAP
4. "No way" : NAH
5. Aardvark's prey : ANTS
6. "A Streetcar Named Desire" role : BLANCHE
7. Is of value, slangily : AINTHAY
8. Eliminate : END
9. Eliminates by remote control : ZAPS
10. Words of agreement : IDOTOO
11. Per ___ : CAPITA
12. Chef Lagasse : EMERIL
13. Wild time : SPREE
18. Cattle rancher's unit : HEAD
19. Called : RANG
24. Sad sounds : SOBS
26. Suffix with ethyl- : ENE
28. Weaken : SAP
29. School situated at Washington Sq. : NYU
30. Person with a practice: Abbr. : DDS
34. Alley org. : PBA
36. Bunko game : CON
37. "The King and I" character : ANNA
38. Hamburg honorific : MEINHERR
39. Barbie feature, at times : PONYTAIL
40. Like Mahler's Symphony No. 4 : ING
42. Carrier of genetic info : RNA
43. Expand : ADDONTO
44. Packed : CROWDED
46. Reading e-mail, e.g. : ONLINE
47. Movie technique : FADEIN
48. Gimcrackery : FRILLS
49. Take note of : HEED
50. Exploits : USES
51. TV room features : SOFAS
55. Only make-believe : SHAM
57. Poke holes in : STAB
59. "Peter Pan" pirate : SMEE
61. Pitch ___-hitter : ANO
62. Riddle-me-___ : REE

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