New York Times, Thursday, May 30, 2002

Author: Peter Gordon
Editor: Will Shortz
Peter Gordon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {GJKQVW} This is puzzle # 86 for Mr. Gordon. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Pickpocket, in slang : DIP
4. Monokini's lack : BRA
7. Open to everyone : PUBLIC
13. When expected : ONCUE
15. Western Hemisphere org. : OAS
16. Do some film editing : SPLICE
17. S.S. Guppy commander : CAPNCRUNCH
19. Stupefied : TRANCED
20. Workday interrupters : LUNCHES
22. "More!" : ENCORE
23. Put down in writing? : PAN
26. Cancer follower : LEO
27. Menotti character : AMAHL
29. Eats into : ERODES
31. "It's a Wonderful Life" angel : CLARENCE
33. Bad-tasting : RANCID
34. Markers : CHITS
35. Business card abbr. : EXT
37. Black : EBON
38. Macbeth, for one : THANE
39. Aware of : ONTO
40. Shade of gray : ZINC
41. Cavort : PRANCE
42. Not stick out : FITIN
43. Money : CURRENCY
45. It's golden : SILENCE
46. Brooklyn Dodgers great : REESE
47. Where the buoys are : SEA
48. Football positions: Abbr. : RTS
49. Corinthian alternative : DORIC
51. Quiescence : LATENCY
54. Silk-screening need : STENCIL
56. Like the film "Henry & June" (and this puzzle) : RATEDNC17
60. Hurt with a blow : CONCUSS
61. Foot part : INCH
62. Swedish auto : SAAB
63. Get mad : SEERED
64. Singer Kiki : DEE
65. HBO rival : AMC
1. Sawbones : DOC
2. One conquered by the conquistadors : INCA
3. Young boxer : PUP
4. Ejects : BOUNCES
5. Gaucho's workplace : RANCHO
6. New York's ___ Stadium : ASHE
7. L.A. setting : PST
8. Raises : UPREARS
9. One of TV's "Golden Girls" : BLANCHE
10. Home to the Juilliard School : LINCOLNCENTER
11. "Happy Birthday" writer : ICER
12. Give up : CEDE
14. Letter abbr. : ENCL
18. Like a legal pad : RULED
21. Intravenous solution : SALINE
23. Former U.N. chief Javier ___ de Cuéllar : PEREZ
24. Language from which "hashish" comes : ARABIC
25. Disagreement : NONCONCURRENCE
28. Pal, in Perth : MATE
30. Racket : DIN
31. Uncertain : CHANCY
32. No longer around : EXTINCT
34. One end of a nave : CHANCEL
36. Subdues, with "down" : TONES
38. Half of seis : TRES
39. Squirt can contents : OIL
41. Exact : PRECISE
42. Intended : FIANCE
44. Acquire again : REINCUR
45. Boil : SEETHE
47. Batting coach's concern : STANCE
49. Mil. medals : DSCS
50. Siouan speaker : OTOE
52. Unimaginative : ARID
53. N.F.L. stat: Abbr. : YDS
55. Flashback causer : LSD
57. Sports org. : NCAA
58. When "S.N.L." ends : 1AM
59. Year that Dionysius of Halicarnassus is believed to have died : 7BC

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