New York Times, Thursday, April 10, 2003

Author: Chuck Menning and Mitch Komro
Editor: Will Shortz
Chuck Menning
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Mitch Komro
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32 Missing: {MQ} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Menning. This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Komro. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Dilute : THIN
5. Bird's-eye view? : BEAK
9. Part-time peacekeepers : POSSE
14. Jaunty greeting : HIHO
15. "___ Bowl of Tea" (1989 comedy) : EATA
16. Before : UNTIL
17. Jocular remark by someone holding a door, literally? : AGEBEAUTY
19. Some pups : SEALS
20. Queequeg's craft : WHALER
21. Five-time "ER" Emmy nominee : NOAHWYLE
23. Sound of an unexpected stop : SCREECH
25. It may produce a stir : SPOON
26. Baseball exec Bud : SELIG
28. They're not perfectly round : OVOIDS
31. Parking place : SPOT
34. Complete : ATOZ
36. Skirts : EDGES
37. The Roosevelt years, e.g. : ERA
38. Thick board, literally? : TWOFOUR
40. Easter display : HAT
41. Willowy : LITHE
43. Like some colors : NEON
44. Stops along the line: Abbr. : STNS
45. Wood splitter : AXHEAD
47. Roll back, perhaps : RESET
49. Egg cream ingredient : SYRUP
51. Positive thinker's proclamation : YESICAN
55. Average producer : DOWJONES
58. Shout after waiting : ATLAST
59. Run through : USEUP
60. Sermon subject, literally? : DEATHLIFE
62. Desert dearth : SHADE
63. One may be on its last leg : RACE
64. Actress O'Connor and others : UNAS
65. ___ Blixen a k a Isak Dinesen : KAREN
66. Like a line, briefly : ONED
67. Hardly coy : PERT
1. Loosens up : THAWS
2. Operatic challenge : HIGHC
3. Rumormonger's start : IHEAR
4. Superlatively sublime : NOBLEST
5. Breakfast pastry : BEARCLAW
6. Cannes dew? : EAU
7. Memo abbr. : ATTN
8. Lays out : KAYOS
9. No tough opponent : PUSHOVER
10. Driving club : ONEWOOD
11. Attend a slumber party, literally? : STAYNIGHT
12. Place for a planter : SILL
13. Something ___ : ELSE
18. Big shoe spec : EEEE
22. Stamp seller on base: Abbr. : APO
24. Proposition, slangily : HITON
27. Errand runner : GOFER
29. Academic figure : DEAN
30. Streakers, briefly : SSTS
31. Ward with an Emmy : SELA
32. Grand finale? : PRIX
33. Testify in court, literally? : OATHSWEAR
35. Salinger title character : ZOOEY
38. Rip into : TEAROPEN
39. Voted out : UNSEATED
42. Flip side of "Revolution" : HEYJUDE
44. Battling insomnia : STILLUP
46. Pester for payment : DUN
48. Book before Job: Abbr. : ESTH
50. Pitcher Martinez : PEDRO
52. Queeg's craft : CAINE
53. Equally distant : ASFAR
54. SALT subject : NTEST
55. Gloaming : DUSK
56. Accident-monitoring grp. : OSHA
57. One of the Lennons : SEAN
61. High honor : ACE

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