New York Times, Tuesday, September 4, 2001

Author: Randall J. Hartman
Editor: Will Shortz
Randall J. Hartman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {KQZ} This is puzzle # 39 for Mr. Hartman. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Witty remark : JEST
5. Hook on a handle : GAFF
9. Bogart's sleuth : SPADE
14. Scat queen Fitzgerald : ELLA
15. ___ and anon : EVER
16. Caught congers : EELED
17. Off-key turn that almost comes back on itself? : FLATANGLE
19. Tire pattern : TREAD
20. Thighbone : FEMUR
21. Wintergreen fruit : TEABERRY
23. Kitty cries : MEWS
26. ___ Bator, Mongolia : ULAN
27. Flier to Stockholm : SAS
30. Off-key 1990 Julia Roberts movie? : SHARPLINERS
35. Chowder morsel : CLAM
37. Hurler's stat : ERA
38. Purple bloom : LILAC
39. Like a gargoyle : UGLY
40. Florida's ___ Bay : TAMPA
43. Verdi opera : AIDA
44. "Cabaret" director Bob : FOSSE
46. ___ Paese cheese : BEL
47. Pork cut : LOIN
48. Off-key marksman? : FLATSHOOTER
52. Rug rat : TOT
53. Jacob's twin : ESAU
54. Midterm, for one : EXAM
56. Heavy downpours : TORRENTS
60. Shopping meccas : MALLS
64. Actor Delon : ALAIN
65. Off-key cop? : SHARPFOOT
68. Flood protection : LEVEE
69. It's replacing the lira : EURO
70. Castaway's place : ISLE
71. Loamy soil : LOESS
72. High-schooler : TEEN
73. P.D.Q. : ASAP
1. Mutt's partner in old comics : JEFF
2. Model Macpherson : ELLE
3. Bridge feat : SLAM
4. O'Neal of "Paper Moon" : TATUM
5. ___-Xer : GEN
6. Batter's fig. : AVG
7. Sensed : FELT
8. Make available : FREEUP
9. Determine get-out-of-jail money : SETBAIL
10. Orchid or peony : PERENNIAL
11. Yankee or Angel, for short : ALER
12. "___ Diary ..." : DEAR
13. Whirling water : EDDY
18. Greek war god : ARES
22. Totality : ALL
24. Stimulate, as the appetite : WHET
25. Poet Teasdale : SARA
27. Shoe blemish : SCUFF
28. Star in Perseus : ALGOL
29. Latin dance music : SALSA
31. Repeated Stallone film role : RAMBO
32. T. S. or George : ELIOT
33. AM/FM device : RADIO
34. Barely enough : SCANT
36. Detective stories : MYSTERIES
41. Tennis ace Sampras : PETE
42. Emcee Trebek : ALEX
45. Ancient ascetics : ESSENES
49. ___ Solo of "Star Wars" : HAN
50. Beginning : OUTSET
51. Way on or off a highway : RAMP
55. Capo's crew : MAFIA
56. Seven-foot, e.g. : TALL
57. Ersatz butter : OLEO
58. Carry on : RAVE
59. Actress Elisabeth : SHUE
61. What red ink represents : LOSS
62. "Damn Yankees" vamp : LOLA
63. Rung : STEP
66. "___ you kidding?" : ARE
67. One of the Reagans : RON

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