New York Times, Monday, March 4, 2002

Author: Randall J. Hartman
Editor: Will Shortz
Randall J. Hartman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 41 for Mr. Hartman. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Whole bunch : SCAD
5. Letter before 29-Down : THETA
10. Heavy mists : FOGS
14. Cincinnati's home : OHIO
15. Lose ignominiously, in slang : EATIT
16. "For Your Eyes ___" : ONLY
17. 1952 Gene Kelly classic : SINGININTHERAIN
20. Film director's cry : ACTION
21. Pub pints : ALES
22. Altar vow : IDO
23. One-named New Age singer : ENYA
25. Walked in : ENTERED
27. Remodeled Clay? : ALI
30. P.D.Q. : ASAP
32. "Wailing" instrument : SAX
33. "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" writer Anita : LOOS
35. Metallic rocks : ORES
37. To the point : TERSE
41. 1929 Irving Berlin song : PUTTINONTHERITZ
44. Death row reprieves : STAYS
45. Scruff : NAPE
46. Ivan or Nicholas : TSAR
47. Old Ford : LTD
49. Alan of "Shane" : LADD
51. Pitcher's stat. : ERA
52. This could raise a pitcher's 51-Across : BASEHIT
56. End-of-the-week cry : TGIF
58. Ailing : ILL
59. "___ my words" : MARK
61. Got around : EVADED
65. 1963 Peter, Paul and Mary hit : BLOWININTHEWIND
68. Capital of Peru : LIMA
69. First month on a calendario : ENERO
70. Émile Zola novel : NANA
71. Grandson of Eve : ENOS
72. Gain a monopoly over : SEWUP
73. Knock 'em dead : SLAY
1. Slugger Sammy : SOSA
2. Voguish : CHIC
3. "___ it the truth!" : AINT
4. Ponderosa stray : DOGIE
5. "Ulysses" poet : TENNYSON
6. "Bali ___" : HAI
7. 2001 erupter : ETNA
8. Name : TITLE
9. 2004 Olympics site : ATHENS
10. Voting yes : FOR
11. Studio sign : ONAIR
12. Fly without an engine : GLIDE
13. Church council : SYNOD
18. Inner Hebrides island : IONA
19. Kind of sale : ESTATE
24. Vice President Burr : AARON
26. Put out, as effort : EXERT
27. Austrian peaks : ALPS
28. Oaf : LOUT
29. Letter before kappa : IOTA
31. Serving to punish : PENAL
34. Vogue : STYLE
36. March 17 honoree, for short : STPAT
38. ___ and shine : RISE
39. Headliner : STAR
40. Old Testament book : EZRA
42. Panama and others : ISTHMI
43. Fly a crop duster : HEDGEHOP
48. Keaton and Sawyer : DIANES
50. Ring fix? : DIVE
52. Holy book : BIBLE
53. Tuckered out : ALLIN
54. Replay feature : SLOMO
55. Father, Son and Holy Ghost : TRINE
57. Baby deer : FAWNS
60. Was in on : KNEW
62. Obsolescent phone feature : DIAL
63. Sicilian resort : ENNA
64. June 6, 1944 : DDAY
66. Lived : WAS
67. 1990 one-man Broadway show : TRU

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