New York Times, Saturday, March 10, 2001

Author: Charles E. Gersch
Editor: Will Shortz
Charles E. Gersch
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 29 Missing: {FJQVXYZ} This is puzzle # 27 for Mr. Gersch. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Emulate a "Beat Street" performer : BREAKDANCE
11. Lake of Emerson, Lake & Palmer : GREG
15. Latitude : WIGGLEROOM
16. Student's need, often : LOAN
17. Brings together : AGGREGATES
18. Role for Ingrid : ILSA
19. Head, slangily : NOB
20. Flop-___ : EARED
21. Sound : INLET
22. Circle : AREA
24. Sound : SAPIENT
26. You may wrestle with it : ARM
28. Art of jazz : TATUM
29. Buttonhole, maybe : SEW
32. Painter surnamed Vecellio : TITIAN
35. Early admission? : DELAWARE
37. 1972 White House biography subtitled "The Years Alone" : ELEANOR
39. Prelude to peace, perhaps : DETENTE
40. Bush pilot's destination : AIRSTRIP
42. Fresh : RESTED
43. Judge's object : RES
44. Blows a gasket : RAGES
46. "The Perfect Storm" setting, with "the" : SEA
47. Terhune classic : LADADOG
49. Law grp. : RCMP
52. Denver university : REGIS
55. Bullish start? : TAURO
57. Place to pasture : LEA
58. Shake ___ : ALEG
59. Quizzee, maybe : CONTESTANT
61. "Two by Two" role : NOAH
62. Like some drinks : ONTHEHOUSE
63. Tabloid fodder : DIRT
64. Vera Miles, in 1948 : MISSKANSAS
1. African master : BWANA
2. Inexorability : RIGOR
3. They may give you a good whipping : EGGBEATERS
4. Cabinet dept. : AGR
5. Bauhaus School member : KLEE
6. "The Millinery Shop" painter : DEGAS
7. Sight after a flood : ARARAT
8. Reporter's need : NOTEPAD
9. Having two heads, in a way : COEDITED
10. See 36-Down : EMS
11. Inkling : GLINT
12. Coin collection : ROLL
13. Let up : EASE
14. Black ___ (fishing fly) : GNAT
21. They may have flight plans : INMATES
23. Many famous ones are from Italy : ARIAS
25. Noted student of Bernoulli : EULER
27. "Rig-Veda" selections : MANTRAS
29. List recipient : SANTACLAUS
30. "Symphony in Black" artist : ERTE
31. It's often rooted out : WEED
32. Fly : TEAR
33. First name in 70's tennis : ILIE
34. Satellite-tracking program : NORAD
36. With 10-Down, region of Lower Saxony : WESER
38. Trattoria offering : RIGATONI
41. Know-it-alls : PEDANTS
45. Goes to a warmer place, perhaps : SOUTHS
47. Smoker's request : LIGHT
48. Like pi : GREEK
50. Holder of an annual Colloquium : MENSA
51. Cocktail party preparations : PATES
52. Big name in mapmaking : RAND
53. H. G. Wells race : ELOI
54. Ropes, pads, etc. : GEAR
56. Division of Labor: Abbr. : OSHA
59. Dot follower : COM
60. Raft : TON

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