New York Times, Saturday, June 14, 2003

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 75, Blocks: 39 Missing: {QVZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 176 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Abbr. after N. or S. : AMER
5. Trumpet sound : WAWA
9. Auel heroine : AYLA
13. Round figure? : BOXER
15. ___ place : ONES
16. Hot stuff : LOOT
17. With 56-Across, successful like Jackie Robinson [and a hint for 22-, 35- and 49-Across] : BREAKINGTHROUGH
20. Choice : OPTION
21. Kitty : MEWER
22. With 23-Across, Steinbeck opus : THEREDPONY
26. Spinners, briefly : DJS
29. A great deal of Eurasia, once: Abbr. : SSRS
30. Walkaway : ROMP
31. Date to remember? : BEAU
32. "The Adventures of Milo and ___" (1989 film) : OTIS
33. It's just for show : FACADE
35. With 39-Across, dieter's breakfast order : EGGWHITEOMELET
40. Words before a showoff-y cry : LOOKMA
41. Robin Williams film role : GARP
42. Actions at chuck-a-luck : BETS
43. Ivy-covered building, maybe : DORM
44. Cannonball : RACE
48. Public hanging? : ART
49. With 51-Across, 1966 Peppard/Mason movie set in W.W. I : THEBLUEMAX
52. Snaps : HIKES
54. Found out : LEARNT
56. See 17-Across : THECOLORBARRIER
60. Bill : BEAK
61. Sight from Taormina : ETNA
62. Kama ___ : SUTRA
63. Hot : SEXY
64. Inquiring : NOSY
65. Leave behind ... or not leave behind : PASS
1. Big brothers? : ABBOTS
2. Changes (into) : MORPHS
3. Home of the Church of St. Peter : EXETER
4. Does an encore of : REAIRS
5. Took : WON
6. Director Lee : ANG
7. Clean, as a floor : WETMOP
8. Pasty-looking : ASHEN
9. African flower : ALOE
10. Bridge reminder : YOURDEAL
11. Headsaw target : LOG
12. Part of N.C.A.A.: Abbr. : ATH
14. Onetime rival of MGM : RKO
18. Possible reason to lie in bed all morning : INERTIA
19. The Orient Express, e.g.: Abbr. : RWY
24. "I dare you!" : DOIT
25. Canada's King and Clark, for short : PMS
27. Like some expensive vases : JADE
28. Mincemeat ingredient : SUET
31. Letters accompanying some 2,000-year-old+ dates : BCE
32. E = IR originator : OHM
33. Fixed method : FORMULA
34. It can bring music to your ears : AMP
35. Famous isola : ELBA
36. Attendee : GOER
37. Was canned : GOTTHEAX
38. Days on end: Abbr. : WKS
39. Disraeli was one : EARL
41. Jack-tar : GOB
43. Mississippi River explorer : DESOTO
44. Show some anger : REARUP
45. Hindu beverage of immortality : AMRITA
46. They're punishing : CANERS
47. Crowd formers : EXTRAS
49. Ref's ruling : TKO
50. Ancient beauty : HELEN
53. Gross : ICKY
55. Locales for residents?: Abbr. : ERS
56. Cookbook amt. : TBS
57. Tee follower? : HEE
58. I.C.U. staff : RNS
59. Raise a howl : BAY

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