New York Times, Thursday, September 13, 2001

Author: Robert H. Wolfe
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert H. Wolfe
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 33 Missing: {FJQWXZ} This is puzzle # 48 for Mr. Wolfe. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Leader at Indy : PACECAR
8. Sender of monthly checks: Abbr. : SSA
11. Touch : TAD
14. Chic : ALAMODE
15. Sack : PILLAGE
17. Earwax : CERUMEN
18. They may put you to sleep : OPIATES
19. 9, in a date: Abbr. : SEP
20. Portray a scam victim? : PLAYTHEMARK
22. Depressed : BLUE
24. Unified : ATONE
25. It may be passed down the line : TRAIT
27. Tennis edge : ADIN
28. Time for a big event : DDAY
32. Herd stray : ROGUE
33. Spoilers : BANES
35. ___ heure (afternoon time in France) : UNE
36. Gerund's tail : ING
37. Clear : RID
39. Suffix with green : ERY
40. Ewe in "Babe" : MAA
41. Hoosier humorist : ADE
42. Lies comfortably : SNUGS
44. Zenith's opposite : NADIR
46. "David Copperfield" woman : DORA
48. Zenith products : VCRS
49. Tie tightly : TRUSS
50. Spanish dice roll : SIETE
52. "Excuse me ..." : AHEM
53. Large deer-hunting group? : BUCKBRIGADE
57. Community competition : BEE
60. Lively : ANIMATO
61. 50-50 chances : TOSSUPS
63. Not now : LATERON
64. Sapling : TREELET
65. Richmond-to-Norfolk dir. : ESE
66. Some high-schoolers: Abbr. : SRS
67. Like the children, in a holiday verse : NESTLED
1. Campaign grps. : PACS
2. Sheltered, in a way : ALEE
3. Successful angler? : CARPBAGGER
4. Meat that tastes like chicken : EMU
5. Cyberneticist's study : COMPUTERS
6. Designer Simpson : ADELE
7. Sofer of "General Hospital" : RENA
8. Irregularity : SPOTTINESS
9. Gas thief, perhaps : SIPHONER
10. With 27-Down, sci-fi phenomena that help explain this puzzle's theme : ALIEN
11. "Later" : TATA
12. Golden-___ : AGER
13. With 62-Down, office worker's ensemble : DESK
16. Hit in the leg : LAMED
21. "And so on," when tripled : YADA
23. N.Y. school : LIU
25. C-E-G, e.g. : TRIAD
26. Sonata section : RONDO
27. See 10-Down : ABDUCTIONS
29. No bright bovine? : DUMDUMBULL
30. Writer Nin : ANAIS
31. A dog's age : YEARS
34. Amalgams : SYNTHESES
38. Muscle that turns a limb inward : INVERTOR
43. Baseball's Brock : GREG
45. "Chances ___" : ARE
47. Answer man's challenge : ASKME
51. Building supports : IBARS
52. Revere : ADORE
53. Hoedown sight : BALE
54. Italian articles : UNAS
55. Name : CITE
56. Memo abbr. : ATTN
58. It lacks a cutting edge : EPEE
59. Cornerstone abbr. : ESTD
62. See 13-Down : SET

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