New York Times, Friday, April 19, 2002

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 34 Missing: {QW} This is puzzle # 90 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Some "Rigoletto" performers : BASSOS
7. Kashmir royal : MAHARAJA
15. One heading to the cape? : ELTORO
16. Baseball stats : AVERAGES
17. Loaded : STINKO
18. Paté pottery : TERRINES
19. Chinese political party : TONG
20. Austen's Jane Fairfax, for one : NIECE
22. Petty of "Point Break" : LORI
23. Lowly worker : COG
24. Barbara who wrote "Quartet in Autumn" : PYM
25. "No ___" : MSG
26. Le Monde article : UNE
27. Elate : LIFTUP
31. Sturdy cloth : JEAN
32. Foot bones : TARSI
34. Bulbs, e.g. : ORNAMENTS
36. Journeying : INTRANSIT
38. Some drivers' hang-ups? : FUZZYDICE
41. Kind of cortex : RENAL
45. 60's TV tyke : OPIE
46. Sound purchase : STEREO
48. "Strange Magic" band, for short : ELO
49. Archipelago unit: Abbr. : ISL
50. Optometrist's concern: Abbr. : VIS
51. Mouths: Lat. : ORA
52. Toni Morrison novel : SULA
54. Potters' products : VASES
57. Not quite yet : ANON
58. In superlative shape : TRIMMEST
60. Easy-to-prepare, say, as cookies : NOBAKE
62. It may produce "I" strain : EGOMANIA
63. Duke of ___ in "Henry VI, Part 1" : EXETER
64. Meaning : DENOTING
65. Some rental trucks : RYDERS
1. Butcher's prize : BESTCUT
2. City near Horseshoe Curve : ALTOONA
3. Drink of brandy and crème de menthe : STINGER
4. Dance partner? : SONG
5. TV alien's home : ORK
6. Woody's wife : SOONYI
7. Wife : MATE
8. Word on la carte : AVEC
9. "Try this!" : HERE
10. Sheet music abbr. : ARR
11. Track : RAIL
12. Nickname : AGNOMEN
13. Mocks : JEERSAT
14. Gives out : ASSIGNS
21. "Count me in!" : IMFORIT
24. Roman naturalist : PLINY
28. Harness strap : TRACE
29. Faze : UNNERVE
30. They may be "grand" : PAS
31. Grand ___ : JETE
33. Label info : SIZE
35. "Blue II" and "Red Sun," e.g. : MIROS
37. N.F.L. stats : TDS
38. Put (on) : FOISTED
39. Jump : UPSURGE
40. Whole slew of : ZILLION
42. Incubator occupant : NEONATE
43. Emmy-winning weathercaster : ALROKER
44. Auto shop autos : LOANERS
47. Michael of Hollywood : EISNER
53. Magazine section? : AMMO
54. Part of a famed boast : VENI
55. Speller's words : ASIN
56. Kind of show : STAG
57. Tucked in : ABED
59. Yoga class need : MAT
61. Prefix with tetracycline : OXY

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