New York Times, Thursday, March 28, 2002

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 152 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Fighting hard : ATWAR
6. Round at the pound : YAPS
10. Meridian : ACME
14. Its capital is St.-Étienne : LOIRE
15. "Up and ___!" : ATEM
16. Dharma's partner : GREG
17. Wet midair weather? : INFLIGHTRAINING
20. Get loaded : TIEONEON
21. Mounts : STEEDS
22. Roxy Music co-founder : ENO
23. Game with pins : CHESS
24. Say yes (to) : ACCEDE
28. Ground bait for fish : CHUM
29. Good times : UPS
32. Ice-T song for travelers? : TOURISTRAP
34. Chew on celery, e.g. : GNAW
35. Its loose ends are tied : APRON
36. One with a nest egg : HEN
37. Photography lens : MACRO
38. Speeds up : REVS
39. Captain Bligh after the mutiny? : BOATRAILER
41. Sussex suffix : ISE
42. Literary site? : DESK
43. Astronaut Collins : EILEEN
44. Person in front of a train : BRIDE
46. Prince Valiant's son : ARN
47. Mrs. Robinson's daughter, in "The Graduate" : ELAINE
49. Wipeouts : ERASURES
54. Biblical matriarch requiring no proof? : SELFEVIDENTRUTH
56. One way to stand : TALL
57. Cry after "Yippee!" : IWON
58. "... who lived in ___" : ASHOE
59. Church section : APSE
60. ___ Linda, Calif. : LOMA
61. Well-knit tales : YARNS
1. Came to earth : ALIT
2. "Beloved" author Morrison : TONI
3. 44-Across, e.g. : WIFE
4. "___ & Janis" (comic) : ARLO
5. Curbed : REINEDIN
6. Popular Internet portal : YAHOO
7. Envelope abbr. : ATTN
8. Via : PER
9. Rear-ender, maybe : SMASHUP
10. De Mille of dance : AGNES
11. Gives up : CRIESUNCLE
12. Knit, maybe : MEND
13. Baker's dozen? : EGGS
18. They make you you : GENES
19. Thingamabob : ITEM
23. Sound from a coven : CHANT
24. Video game name : ATARI
25. Manages : COPES
26. Surprises : CURVEBALLS
27. Power of love : EROS
28. Result of an oil shortage? : CREAK
30. European capital in song : PAREE
31. Like much testimony : SWORN
33. 1965 film "___ Calloways" : THOSE
34. Author Sheehy : GAIL
37. Chief support : MAINSTAY
39. Plague : BEDEVIL
40. Tried to keep one's seat : RERAN
42. Feast (on) : DINE
45. M-1, for one : RIFLE
46. Place for a game : ARENA
47. "Cómo ___?" : ESTA
48. Ballet practice : LEAP
49. Neighbor of ancient Palestine : EDOM
50. ___ Minor : URSA
51. European coal area : RUHR
52. Berkshire town : ETON
53. Tom Jones's "___ a Lady" : SHES
55. W.W. II site, briefly : IWO

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