New York Times, Wednesday, May 21, 2003

Author: Paula Gamache
Editor: Will Shortz
Paula Gamache
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {GJQZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 4 for Ms. Gamache. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. RCA product : VCR
4. Rock singer/poet Smith : PATTI
9. Drink from fermented milk : KEFIR
14. Pension supplement, for short : IRA
15. Fake fat brand : OLEAN
16. Rust, e.g. : OXIDE
17. Tribe related to the Fox : SAC
18. Civil War side : NORTH
19. Gentleman's gentleman : VALET
20. Start of a definition of television, by 9-Down : AMEDIUMSOCALLED
23. Spendthrift's outing : SPREE
24. Diplomat's asset : TACT
25. Some coll. exams : LSATS
29. Feared flier : TSETSE
33. Definition, part 2 : BECAUSEIT
37. One with a list? : DEAN
38. NATO member : USA
39. Public image : PERSONA
42. Chi. setting : CST
43. Buster? : NARC
45. Definition, part 3 : ISNEITHER
47. Stopper, informally : KIBOSH
50. "___ the Top" : YOURE
51. Sit on it : RUMP
53. Sit on it : PERCH
57. End of the definition : RARENORWELLDONE
63. Like ___ from the blue : ABOLT
64. Beatles phenomenon, e.g. : MANIA
65. Tend the turf : MOW
66. He once worked for Edison : TESLA
67. Follow, as a tip : ACTON
68. Downed a sub? : ATE
69. Wood finish : STAIN
70. Nary a soul : NOONE
71. Aussie outlaw Kelly : NED
1. Travelers' papers : VISAS
2. Writer's woe : CRAMP
3. Soap Box Derby entrant : RACER
4. Pays what is due : PONIESUP
5. Baseball family name : ALOU
6. Five to ten, e.g. : TERM
7. Makes lace : TATS
8. ___ water : INHOT
9. Big name in early TV : KOVACS
10. Grandly praised : EXALTED
11. Plug : FILL
12. ___ fixe : IDEE
13. No longer in the service: Abbr. : RETD
21. Crème ___ crème : DELA
22. Subject of a B. Kliban drawing : CAT
26. Enzyme suffix : ASE
27. Garr of "Young Frankenstein" : TERI
28. Hardly macho : SISSY
30. Word with high- or low- : TECH
31. MS. enclosure : SASE
32. ___'acte : ENTR
33. "Nonsense!" : BUNK
34. Actor Morales : ESAI
35. Engine part, for short : CARB
36. ___ avail : TONO
40. Opposite of alt, in German : NEU
41. 727, e.g. : AIRPLANE
44. Violinist/composer Arcangelo ___ : CORELLI
46. Prepared to drive, with "up" : TEED
48. Summer shade : SUNTAN
49. Wellness grp. : HMO
52. Spin doctor : PRMAN
54. Eternal City dweller : ROMAN
55. Large bill : CNOTE
56. Cut down : HEWED
57. "Phooey!" : RATS
58. Be a lookout for, say : ABET
59. Montgomery's Parks : ROSA
60. City named for an Indian tribe : WACO
61. Within: Prefix : ENTO
62. Big 22-Down : LION

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