New York Times, Friday, April 13, 2001

Author: Joe DiPietro
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe DiPietro
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 29 Missing: {JQWZ} This is puzzle # 47 for Mr. DiPietro. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Enlarges : ADDSTO
7. Purse alternatives : SATCHELS
15. Certain fuel carrier : COALER
16. Ancient dynasty founder : PTOLEMYI
17. Comes to : TOTALS
18. Space cadet's place : LALALAND
19. Sp. title : SRA
20. Good way to write : LEGIBLY
22. Chemical ending : IDE
23. Broadway opening? : OFF
24. Poet's inspiration : ERATO
25. Kind of hand : GLAD
26. Frock wearer : FRIAR
28. One looking for a hand : SUITOR
31. Brass : GALL
32. It may help you make up : APPLICATOR
36. Spanish ___ : OMELET
38. Strauss opera : DAPHNE
39. Sting hit of 2000 : DESERTROSE
43. Guinea pigs, maybe : PETS
44. 1864 convention site : GENEVA
45. Hardly wimpy : MACHO
46. Press : URGE
49. Left-hand page : VERSO
51. Cartoon canine : REN
52. Irish ___ : SEA
53. Portuguese, e.g. : IBERIAN
55. Glass of public radio : IRA
56. Unsuccessful people : ALSORANS
58. Catch phrase? : IGOTIT
60. Pilot's place : GASRANGE
61. One of TV's Jeffersons : LOUISE
62. Don Mattingly, e.g. : EXYANKEE
63. Didn't drive well : SLICED
1. Floods and such : ACTSOFGOD
2. Lintel locale : DOORFRAME
3. Hackers' targets : DATAFILES
4. Kidnappers in 1974 news: Abbr. : SLA
5. See 54-Down : TELLER
6. Skater Brian : ORSER
7. Separated : SPLITUP
8. Very hot : ATABOIL
9. Going rate? : TOLL
10. It might crack after getting fired : CLAY
11. Daughter of Loki : HEL
12. In-box input : EMAIL
13. Actress Carter : LYNDA
14. Went along (with) : SIDED
21. Get a sudden inspiration? : GASP
25. Italian brandy : GRAPPA
27. Maintain : ALLEGE
29. Sweeping force : TIDE
30. Mozart's "L'___ del Cairo" : OCA
32. Envelope abbr. : ATTN
33. Animated series starring Jon Lovitz : THECRITIC
34. Increasing : ONTHERISE
35. Rang : RESONATED
37. "... ___ he drove out of sight" : ERE
40. Crime motive : REVENGE
41. Direct : OVERSEE
42. Loose garment : SARI
45. Golden Horde member : MONGOL
46. English teacher's concern : USAGE
47. "Easy, boy" : RELAX
48. Boastful : GASSY
50. Moves effortlessly : SAILS
53. Carpet place : IRAN
54. With 5-Down, one seen in a cage : BANK
57. Anglo-Saxon money : ORA
59. Garçon's reply : OUI

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