New York Times, Wednesday, April 23, 2003

Author: Gilbert H. Ludwig
Editor: Will Shortz
Gilbert H. Ludwig
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Ludwig. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Bus. bosses : MGRS
5. Intermission follower, often : ACTII
10. Sports "zebra" : REF
13. "That's ___ shame" : AREAL
15. Greg Evans comic strip : LUANN
16. Córdoba cheer : OLE
17. Aviary timekeeper? : CUCKOOCLOCK
19. Last letters : XYZ
20. Frat party dispensers : BEERTAPS
21. "___ afraid of that!" : IWAS
23. Part of a geisha's attire : OBI
24. Article of Cologne : EIN
25. Abdominal anomaly : HERNIA
27. Whoops it up : REVELS
29. Queens' Russian counterparts : TSARINAS
31. Word before and after "de la" : CREME
32. Sounds of amazement : OOHS
33. Race much shorter than a marathon : TENK
34. Aviary timekeeper? : BIRDWATCH
37. Carson's predecessor : PAAR
40. Swarm (with) : TEEM
41. Gives a leg up : HELPS
45. Out on a limb? : ARBOREAL
47. Hotel-room Bible provider : GIDEON
48. Persian king known as "the Great" : DARIUS
49. Lexicon with many citations: Abbr. : OED
50. To and ___ : FRO
51. Filthy lucre : PELF
52. Turns tail : RETREATS
55. Call to a shepherd : BAA
56. Sound from a 17- or 34-Across? : FEATHERTICK
59. Contented sighs : AHS
60. Upper echelon : ELITE
61. "Peter and the Wolf" name : SASHA
62. E-mail address part : DOT
63. "Adam and Eve on a raft" site : DINER
64. "So ___ say" : THEY
1. Guy : MAC
2. Scrounging sort : GRUBBER
3. Get : RECEIVE
4. Benefit : SAKE
5. Old highway to Fairbanks : ALCAN
6. "I Spy" co-star Robert : CULP
7. Art colony near Santa Fe : TAOS
8. Mag for execs : INC
9. Blacker : INKIER
10. 1987 comedy based on "Cyrano de Bergerac" : ROXANNE
11. Blissful : ELYSIAN
12. Shriner's cap : FEZ
14. Rhine siren : LORELEI
18. Redding of R & B : OTIS
22. Was obviously in pain : WRITHED
23. "Lord of the Rings" menace : ORC
25. "And ___ thou slain the Jabberwock?" : HAST
26. Seek an answer : ASK
28. Involve, as in an argument : EMBROIL
29. Spa handout : TOWEL
30. Fraud : SHAM
32. Ancient Greek theaters : ODEA
35. U.S. hwys., e.g. : RTES
36. Scolders : CHIDERS
37. Hippie's hangout : PAD
38. Algonquian Indian : ARAPAHO
39. Side by side : ABREAST
42. Having liberal political tendencies : LEFTISH
43. Fast wheels : PORSCHE
44. ___-Cone : SNO
46. ___ grouse (Pennsylvania's state bird) : RUFFED
47. "American Gigolo" star : GERE
49. Catchall category : OTHER
52. Drops from the sky : RAIN
53. Suffix with 29-Down : ETTE
54. Rat-___ : ATAT
55. Ill-behaved : BAD
57. Actor Wallach : ELI
58. Singer Starr : KAY

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