New York Times, Friday, September 21, 2001

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 32 Missing: {QX} Spans: 3, (1 triple stack) This is puzzle # 51 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Aquatic bloodsucker : LAMPREY
8. Biting pieces : SATIRES
15. Novelist France : ANATOLE
16. August : EMINENT
17. "Time to Be in Earnest" autobiographer : PDJAMES
18. 1992 country album : WYNONNA
19. No mere dabbler : PRO
20. Beach item : PAIL
22. It may be dinged : FENDER
23. One lorded over? : SERF
25. Presley's "Don't," e.g., not "I Beg of You" : ASIDE
27. Beyond paramedic help : DOA
29. Supermodel Sastre : INES
30. Thought waves : ESP
33. Reveler's cries : WHOOPANDAHOLLER
38. "People have told me ..." : IAMLEDTOBELIEVE
39. Things to "see" in an encyclopedia : CROSSREFERENCES
40. Some G.I. duties : KPS
41. River to Donegal Bay : ERNE
42. Former Giants manager : OTT
43. Playground retort : CANSO
45. It's enveloped in white : YOLK
48. Official soft drink of Little League : RCCOLA
51. Express casually : DROP
55. Banker's bane : RUN
56. "C'est magnifique!" : OOHLALA
58. Stunned : INADAZE
60. Listless: Var. : ANAEMIC
61. Multivitamin product : GERITOL
62. 100,000-dyne units : NEWTONS
63. Part of an ensemble : GARMENT
1. Sami speakers : LAPPS
2. Automaker Citroën : ANDRE
3. Chief stewards : MAJORDOMOS
4. Class-conscious org.? : PTA
5. Effortless pace : ROMP
6. Xenophanes taught there : ELEA
7. "___ Am" (Melissa Etheridge title track) : YESI
8. Monopolize, with "up" : SEW
9. Role played by Drew Barrymore in a 1993 TV movie based on real life : AMYFISHER
10. Like a trident : TINED
11. Combined : INONE
12. Split : REND
13. Feminine ending : ENNE
14. Headliner : STAR
21. Retiree's destination? : LANDOFNOD
24. Mortals, to Puck : FOOLS
26. Naval engineer : SEABEE
28. Real swingers? : APES
29. Puts in a final resting place : INTERS
30. Voters : ELECTORATE
31. Golf's Ballesteros : SEVE
32. Johnson or Johnson: Abbr. : PRES
33. Lighter feature : WICK
34. Heavenly sound : HARP
35. Epinephrine trademark : ADRENALIN
36. Pat material? : OLEO
37. Like some sweaters : LINTY
43. St. Paul's School founder John ___ : COLET
44. 1836 siege site : ALAMO
46. Philippine island : LUZON
47. Showed subservience : KNELT
48. Reddish shade : ROAN
49. Traffic ___ : CONE
50. Quid : CHAW
52. "Medea" Tony winner, 1994 : RIGG
53. Most fit for the forces : ONEA
54. Henry VIII's sixth : PARR
57. Coolers, briefly : ACS
59. Unfavorable : DIM

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