New York Times, Thursday, August 22, 2002

Author: Cathy Millhauser
Editor: Will Shortz
Cathy Allis
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 71 for Ms. Allis. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Follow-up to the best seller "Angela's Ashes" : TIS
4. Mass segment : CREDO
9. Bank offering, briefly : IRA
12. Moo goo gai pan pan : WOK
13. Kind of class : RULING
15. Prefix with pod : DECA
17. Like Botox injections? : INYOURFACE
19. Interruption : AHEM
20. Some campers' supplies : TARPS
21. Open, as shipped goods : UNCRATE
23. Like a housecat's no-no? : OUTSIDETHEBOX
27. Special interest grps. : PACS
29. Wool finisher, commercially : ITE
30. Approximately : SAY
31. "Gross!" : ICK
32. Perplexed, after "at" : ALOSS
34. Linguist Chomsky and others : NOAMS
38. Like a chunky person's belt buckle? : AHEADOFTHECURVE
41. Nasty-smelling : FETID
42. Mouth-burning : FIERY
43. Cartoonist Keane : BIL
44. Acronymic car of old : REO
46. "Platoon" setting : NAM
47. Heater feature : COIL
48. Like a "M*A*S*H" character's soles? : UNDERTHERADAR
53. Results in : LEADSTO
54. Words of assent : AMENS
57. PBS science show : NOVA
58. Like a kid with spin control? : OVERTHETOP
62. Blue shade : ANIL
63. Soap, e.g. : SERIAL
64. ___ Weekend (Gannett publication) : USA
65. Salt Lake City-to-Provo dir. : SSE
66. Blue shade : LAPIS
67. Satisfied : MET
1. Little jerk : TWIT
2. Home of the Gaels, in college sports : IONA
3. Rise abruptly : SKYROCKET
4. Tart part : CRUST
5. Karel Capek play : RUR
6. Grimm character : ELF
7. Domingo, e.g. : DIA
8. When the baton indicates : ONCUE
9. It's a challenge : IDAREYOU
10. Getting better, after "in" : REHAB
11. Vinegar: Prefix : ACETO
14. Ladies' partners : GENTS
16. Wall St. abbr. : AMEX
18. Numbered composition : OPUS
22. High-risk : CHANCY
24. Grain ___ : SILO
25. Words with hit or take : ITOFF
26. Preordain : DESTINE
27. Singer known as the Sparrow of Paris : PIAF
28. Mourn (for) : ACHE
32. Dangerous biters : ADDERS
33. Fleece : SHEAR
35. Botanical site : ARBORETUM
36. Early second-millennium year : MVII
37. Behave like a bear : SELL
39. Terrier type : AIREDALE
40. Columnist Bombeck : ERMA
45. Four Holy Roman emperors : OTTOS
47. Pulled in : CAME
48. Site of a Monteggia's fracture : ULNA
49. Some Dodges : NEONS
50. ___ Cup : DAVIS
51. Shanty : HOVEL
52. Arlene and Roald : DAHLS
55. Symbol of prying : NOSE
56. Quarrel : SPAT
59. Oft-nicknamed period : ERA
60. Stretch of turbulent water : RIP
61. Skater Babilonia : TAI

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