New York Times, Monday, June 9, 2003

Author: Randall J. Hartman
Editor: Will Shortz
Randall J. Hartman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQVX} This is puzzle # 47 for Mr. Hartman. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Vineyard fruit : GRAPE
6. Goes on and on : LASTS
11. Pale : WAN
14. Rand McNally product : ATLAS
15. Cosmetician Lauder : ESTEE
16. Pres. Lincoln : ABE
17. Enjoy summer air-conditioning, say : BEATTHEHEAT
19. Dieters' units: Abbr. : LBS
20. Sigma's follower : TAU
21. Right on a map : EAST
22. Frontiersman Carson : KIT
23. 1970 Beatles chart-topper : LETITBE
27. Strikes out : DELETES
29. Santa ___, Calif. : ANA
30. Cenozoic and Paleozoic : ERAS
32. Brother of Cain and Abel : SETH
33. Squid's squirt : INK
34. "Alas" and "alack" : SIGHS
36. Thorns' places : STEMS
39. Felt bad about : RUED
41. Party list : SLATE
43. The Beehive State : UTAH
44. Exercise for the abs : SITUP
46. African antelope : ELAND
48. Southern constellation : ARA
49. ___ d'oeuvre : HORS
51. Green shade : LIME
52. Can topper : LID
53. Washing machine cycle : PRESOAK
56. Surgeon who pioneered the artificial human heart implant : DEBAKEY
58. Driver's need: Abbr. : LIC
59. Gymnast's feat : FLIP
61. Film locale : SET
62. "Put ___ Happy Face" : ONA
63. Be entirely satisfactory : FILLTHEBILL
68. "For shame!" : TSK
69. Former Chinese premier Zhou ___ : ENLAI
70. Walkie-talkie : RADIO
71. Actress Caldwell : ZOE
72. Breathers : RESTS
73. Guinness, e.g. : STOUT
1. Go on and on : GAB
2. Hwy. : RTE
3. Pie ___ mode : ALA
4. Page who sang "How much is that doggie in the window?" : PATTI
5. Fancy homes : ESTATES
6. Director Spike : LEE
7. Queens's ___ Stadium : ASHE
8. It precedes fast and follows farm : STEAD
9. Coquettes : TEASES
10. Takes up residence (in) : SETTLES
11. Live up to one's word : WALKTHETALK
12. Hoffman who wrote "Steal This Book" : ABBIE
13. Hatching posts? : NESTS
18. Arrogance : HUBRIS
23. Lions' dens : LAIRS
24. The blahs : ENNUI
25. Top everything else : TAKETHECAKE
26. Birdie beater : EAGLE
28. "___, Brute?" : ETTU
31. "I ___ return" : SHALL
35. Not flighty : STAID
37. One of the Osmonds : MARIE
38. Disreputable : SHADY
40. Chad & Jeremy and others : DUOS
42. Catch, as in a net : ENMESH
45. Suggest, as a deal : PROFFER
47. Big name in diamonds : DEBEERS
50. Like ocean water : SALINE
53. Fall over in a faint : PLOTZ
54. Classic laundry detergent : RINSO
55. Spikes, in volleyball : KILLS
57. Up, in baseball : ATBAT
60. Surveyor's map : PLAT
64. "___ the season ..." : TIS
65. Altar vow : IDO
66. Lucy of "Charlie's Angels," 2000 : LIU
67. Auction grouping : LOT

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