New York Times, Saturday, June 22, 2002

Author: Rich Norris
Editor: Will Shortz
Rich Norris
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31 Missing: {JQUZ} This is puzzle # 158 for Mr. Norris. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Leave behind : SHAKEOFF
9. Beliefs : DOGMAS
15. Entertain, as guests : HAVEOVER
16. Skater Zayak : ELAINE
17. "___ was in our lips and eyes": "Antony and Cleopatra" : ETERNITY
18. Rebate card, e.g. : MAILIN
19. Hay there : BARN
20. Vital moment : NICKOFTIME
22. Hosp. areas : ORS
23. Particle in a quark model : MESON
24. Solo : STAG
25. Devotion : PIETY
27. Some farm hands : HOERS
30. ___ premium : ATA
31. Punch lines? : OWS
33. 1920's Japanese premier : KATO
34. It's faith-based: Abbr. : REL
35. Drop down : DEMOTE
38. Airport woes : DELAYS
40. ___ scripta (statute) : LEX
41. Reddish : RARE
43. Cuisinier's need : SEL
44. "Oh!" overseas : ACH
45. Not getting many laughs, as a comedian : DYING
47. Central position : MIDST
51. Mess-up : SLIP
53. Conk : CROWN
55. Taxonomic suffix : OTA
56. Predetermined fare : TABLEDHOTE
59. Warning device : HORN
60. Jim Palmer, notably : ORIOLE
61. Like a grenade reaching a bunker, maybe : LOBBEDIN
63. Bug : NETTLE
64. Have insomnia : LIEAWAKE
65. Point's opposite? : ERASER
66. High and dry : STRANDED
1. 1984 Cyndi Lauper hit : SHEBOP
2. John Wayne adventure film : HATARI
3. Objecting : AVERSE
4. Composer of Broadway's "Sunny" : KERN
5. Ages : EON
6. Like bighorns : OVINE
7. Charm : FETISH
8. Diner employee : FRYCOOK
9. Certain tape : DEMO
10. Minnesota's St. ___ College : OLAF
11. Ambles and others : GAITS
12. Common career choice, with "the" : MILITARY
13. Gets going : ANIMATES
14. Gambia's only neighbor : SENEGAL
21. Press, fold and stretch : KNEAD
23. Astonished cry : MYWORD
26. Alley denizen : TOM
28. Many begin with I: Abbr. : RTES
29. Kind of oath : SOLEMN
32. Host's request : STAY
35. Dummy's opposite : DECLARER
36. Start of a court presentation : EXHIBITA
37. Expressionist painter Heckel : ERICH
39. His won-lost record was 56-5 : ALI
40. Hawker's tempting words : LASTONE
42. Records : ENROLLS
46. Begin immediately : GOTOIT
48. Thingy : DOODAD
49. Call at home : STRIKE
50. Thrashed : TANNED
52. They may be brewing : PLOTS
54. "Cubist Poems" writer Max : WEBER
57. Women's issue? : ELLE
58. Bucks : DEER
59. Cut : HEWN
62. Bucolic cry : BAA

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