New York Times, Wednesday, July 30, 2003

Author: Alan J. Weiss
Editor: Will Shortz
Alan Jay Weiss
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {QWZ} Spans: 4 This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Weiss. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Soda fountain purchases : COKES
6. Street fleet : CABS
10. Guest bed, maybe : SOFA
14. Parting word : ADIEU
15. "We'll tak ___ o' kindness yet" : ACUP
16. Iran is a mem. of it : OPEC
17. W : NICKNAMEFORBUSH
20. Publicity : INK
21. When doubled, start of a cheer : HIP
22. "What foolishness!" : FIE
23. Rattrap : STY
24. Valuable green stuff : JADE
25. Island near Corsica : ELBA
27. X : ILLITERATESMARK
34. Swedish exports : SAABS
35. Strauss's "___ Rosenkavalier" : DER
36. DVD menu option : PLAY
37. Part of E.T.A.: Abbr. : ARR
38. What detectives follow : LEADS
40. Sue Grafton's "___ for Evidence" : EIS
41. Turkish generals : AGAS
43. Chronic misbehaver : IMP
44. Bag lunch eater? : HORSE
46. Y : COMMUNITYCENTER
50. Sizable vessels : ARKS
51. 100-cent unit : EURO
52. Metro stop: Abbr. : STA
55. Its hub is in Copenhagen : SAS
56. Actor Vigoda : ABE
57. At most, informally : MAX
60. Z : COSTAGAVRASFILM
64. Violinist Leopold : AUER
65. "___ Brockovich" : ERIN
66. Spoonful, say : TASTE
67. Burro's cry : BRAY
68. Wds. of similar meaning : SYNS
69. Mr. Bean on the screen : ORSON
1. "___ help?" : CANI
2. God who rides an eight-legged horse : ODIN
3. Gun's recoil : KICK
4. Cry of mock horror : EEK
5. Wide-brimmed chapeaux : SUNHATS
6. Vacationer's vehicle : CAMPER
7. It isn't returned : ACE
8. Hit by strong winds : BUFFETED
9. Sports car features : SPOILERS
10. Blubber : SOB
11. Major work : OPUS
12. Love or song ending : FEST
13. Like flu victims : ACHY
18. White House staffer : AIDE
19. Some Antietam combatants : REBS
24. Triangular sail : JIB
26. Piece of sound equipment : AMP
27. Esau's father : ISAAC
28. Florida's Key ___ : LARGO
29. Merlin Olsen, once, for short : LARAM
30. Show flexibility : ADAPT
31. Wide-awake : ALERT
32. Employee's request : RAISE
33. Radio Hall of Fame inductee Kay : KYSER
38. Chemical bonds : LINKAGES
39. Go-between : EMISSARY
42. Wee, to Burns : SMA
44. Opening of a toast : HERESTO
45. Lennon's love : ONO
47. ___ Minor : URSA
48. Pines : YEARNS
49. San Juan Hill site : CUBA
52. One who crosses the line? : SCAB
53. Promote an album, possibly : TOUR
54. Sailing : ASEA
57. Shoot past, e.g. : MISS
58. ___ saxophone : ALTO
59. 2000 sci-fi film : XMEN
61. Test : TRY
62. Apéritif choice : VIN
63. "You'll go ___!" : FAR

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