New York Times, Wednesday, April 16, 2003

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JVXZ} This is puzzle # 105 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Italian vacation spot : CAPRI
6. Mountain climber? : TBAR
10. ___ Middlecoff, 1949 and 1956 U.S. Open champ : CARY
14. Tet observer : ASIAN
15. Place for a numbered flag : HOLE
16. Peter Fonda title role : ULEE
17. Slowly depart : SHUFFLEOFF
19. One of the Sinatras : TINA
20. The Pointer Sisters' "___ So Shy" : HES
21. Spiritual leader : RABBI
22. Former first couple : TAFTS
23. Glum : DOUR
24. Heartfelt : EARNEST
26. Its days are numbered : CALENDAR
30. Central : MID
31. W.W. II danger : UBOAT
32. 503, long ago : DIII
34. Parachuting event : DROP
38. Kind of market : BULL
39. Lip-___ (doesn't really sing) : SYNCS
40. Hauled-away car, maybe : REPO
41. Attempt : STAB
42. Latin 101 word : ESSE
43. West Wing workers : AIDES
44. It may be engraved in stone : RIP
46. How lottery winners react : ELATEDLY
48. Head judges? : IQTESTS
52. Scored on serve : ACED
53. Big picture : MURAL
54. "C'mon ... please?" : CANTI
56. Luau chow : POI
59. Schnozz : BEAK
60. Reduce the area of by 50% : FOLDINHALF
62. Earth, to Mahler : ERDE
63. European car : AUDI
64. Lugs : TOTES
65. Self-help author Wayne : DYER
66. ___ II (razor brand) : TRAC
67. New York city near Binghamton : OWEGO
1. Payment method : CASH
2. Court legend : ASHE
3. Papal name : PIUS
4. W.W. II heroes: Abbr. : RAF
5. Leading : INFRONT
6. Bunch of sitcoms? : THEBRADYS
7. Pinhead : BOOB
8. 1966 song that asked "What's it all about?" : ALFIE
9. Call, as a game : REF
10. Routine : CUTANDDRIED
11. "Get ___!" : ALIFE
12. Monopoly income : RENTS
13. Bakery supply : YEAST
18. Glorify : LAUD
22. Prefix with color : TRI
23. Negotiator's outrageous demand, e.g. : DEALBREAKER
25. Ones close to le coeur : AMIS
26. Denmates : CUBS
27. Border on : ABUT
28. "Damn Yankees" role : LOLA
29. Shampoo finish : RINSE
33. Like some epic poetry : ICELANDIC
35. Comic Foxx : REDD
36. European car : OPEL
37. Floral arrangement : POSY
39. Leaf-turning mo. : SEPT
43. Eroded : ATEINTO
45. 1-Across, e.g.: Abbr. : ISL
47. When Carmen meets Don José : ACTI
48. Insert, as a code : IMBED
49. Author's letter to an editor : QUERY
50. Baseball news : TRADE
51. Use elbow grease on : SCOUR
55. Alan of "Betsy's Wedding" : ALDA
56. Top of the head : PATE
57. First name in fashion : OLEG
58. Assuming that's true : IFSO
60. "___ chance" : FAT
61. Modus operandi : HOW

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