New York Times, Monday, March 10, 2003

Author: Gail Grabowski
Editor: Will Shortz
Gail Grabowski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FJQXZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Ms. Grabowski. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Home planet : EARTH
6. Eurasia's ___ Mountains : URAL
10. Spy Mata ___ : HARI
14. Waikiki welcome : ALOHA
15. Granny : NANA
16. Elderly : AGED
17. "Keep going!" : STAYWITHIT
19. Season for carols : NOEL
20. Hanks or Brokaw : TOM
21. Singer Kristofferson : KRIS
22. Dicker over a price, say : HAGGLE
24. Simon or Diamond : NEIL
25. Supermarket section : DELI
26. Follows : OBEYS
28. Pie topping : MERINGUE
32. Garlic unit : CLOVE
33. Prefix with scope or photo : TELE
34. Fork part : TINE
35. Retired Italian money : LIRE
36. Brandish : WIELD
37. Icy pellets : HAIL
38. Swear to : AVER
39. Aardvarks' morsels : ANTS
40. Takes an apartment : RENTS
41. Pudding and pie : DESSERTS
43. Shindig : PARTY
44. Gifts to the poor : ALMS
45. Scrabble piece : TILE
46. Diamond-shaped pattern : ARGYLE
49. Jim-dandy : AONE
50. "The Sopranos" network : HBO
53. Guide : LEAD
54. "Keep going!" : DONTGIVEUP
57. ___-inflammatory : ANTI
58. Armbone : ULNA
59. Question with an easy answer : GIMME
60. Durante's famous feature : NOSE
61. Ring : PEAL
62. Door holders : HASPS
1. "___ of Eden" : EAST
2. Choir voice : ALTO
3. Wander : ROAM
4. Your, in the Bible : THY
5. "M*A*S*H" role : HAWKEYE
6. "___ we meet again" : UNTIL
7. Stadium sounds : RAHS
8. Folk rocker DiFranco : ANI
9. Angry, with "up" : LATHERED
10. "Keep going!" : HANGINTHERE
11. Wide-eyed : AGOG
12. Fishing line holder : REEL
13. Not busy : IDLE
18. Center of the eye : IRIS
23. Foreman KO'er, 1974 : ALI
24. "Keep going!" : NEVERSAYDIE
25. Vales : DELLS
26. Popeye's gal : OLIVE
27. Tiresome ones : BORES
28. Dates on a track team schedule : MEETS
29. Midget's opposite : GIANT
30. Oneness : UNITY
31. Squiggly swimmers : EELS
32. Garbed : CLAD
33. Slight colors : TINTS
36. Practiced before playing : WARMEDUP
40. North Carolina's capital : RALEIGH
42. Building wing : ELL
43. Unwanted engine sound : PING
45. General Mills breakfast cereal : TOTAL
46. Comedian King : ALAN
47. Janet in the Clinton White House : RENO
48. Gangsters' guns : GATS
49. O'Neill's "___ Christie" : ANNA
50. Skirt lines : HEMS
51. Run (into) : BUMP
52. Unlocks, poetically : OPES
55. Spanish cheer : OLE
56. By way of : VIA

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