New York Times, Monday, August 26, 2002

Author: Charles E. Gersch
Editor: Will Shortz
Charles E. Gersch
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 43 for Mr. Gersch. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Furrowed part of the head : BROW
5. Cougars : PUMAS
10. Door fastener : HASP
14. "The ___ Ranger" : LONE
15. Basketball Hall-of-Famer Thomas : ISIAH
16. Hitch, as oxen : YOKE
17. Start of a free call : ONEEIGHTHUNDRED
20. "___, humbug!" : BAH
21. Hair removal brand : NEET
22. Not stand steadily : TEETER
23. New York's ___ Place : ASTOR
25. Letter before omega : PSI
26. From ___ Z : ATO
27. Switzerland's Zug or Zurich : CANTON
29. Hammer and mallet : TOOLS
31. Conclude by : ENDAT
32. "To thine own ___ be true" : SELF
33. Pepsi rival : COKE
37. 1943 Mary Martin musical : ONETOUCHOFVENUS
40. Marquis de ___ : SADE
41. Turndowns : NOES
42. Like some gases : INERT
43. Move crabwise : SIDLE
45. Shrewd : ASTUTE
46. "Mamma ___!" : MIA
49. El ___ (Spanish hero) : CID
50. Not stale, as chips : CRISP
51. "O Canada," e.g. : ANTHEM
53. Dear one, in Italy : CARO
54. Split ___ with ham : PEA
57. Some gamblers' weaknesses : ONEARMEDBANDITS
60. Like books : READ
61. A Brontë sister : EMILY
62. Burden : ONUS
63. "My Friend" of old radio : IRMA
64. Pacifists : DOVES
65. Opposed to, in "Li'l Abner" : AGIN
1. 1950's horror film creature, with "the" : BLOB
2. Writer Jaffe : RONA
3. Like some baseball catches : ONEHANDED
4. Tiny : WEE
5. Easy mark, slangily : PIGEON
6. Theater worker : USHER
7. Baseball glove : MITT
8. "How nice!" : AAH
9. Stops, as electricity : SHUTSOFF
10. Jekyll's counterpart : HYDE
11. Cardiologist's concern : AORTA
12. ___ shooting : SKEET
13. California's San ___ Bay : PEDRO
18. Completely : INTOTO
19. Astronaut Armstrong : NEIL
24. Roll call at a political convention : STATES
25. Some casual shirts : POLOS
27. Corporate honchos, for short : CEOS
28. The "I" of "The King and I" : ANNA
29. Giggle : TEHEE
30. Perfumes : SCENTS
32. Bawl out : SCOLD
34. Getting ahead of : ONEUPPING
35. Composer Weill : KURT
36. Villa d'___ : ESTE
38. Strong as always : UNDIMMED
39. Optometrist's concern : VISION
44. Bakery worker : ICER
45. Layouts : ARRAYS
46. New Zealand native : MAORI
47. Kind of tube or ear : INNER
48. 1980's George Peppard series, with "The" : ATEAM
50. The "C" of CNN : CABLE
52. "Mary ___ little lamb" : HADA
53. 404, in old Rome : CDIV
55. Carrier for needles and pins : ETUI
56. Org. : ASSN
58. Comedian Philips : EMO
59. ___ double take : DOA

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