New York Times, Thursday, September 6, 2001

Author: Frank Longo
Editor: Will Shortz
Frank Longo
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JQX} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 63 for Mr. Longo. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. "Blues Suite" choreographer : AILEY
6. "Mazel ___!" : TOV
9. Cries : BAWLS
14. Minoan domain : CRETE
15. Pay back? : OLA
16. Look for : AWAIT
17. About half of a team's schedule : HOMEGAMES
19. Choice in decaf : SANKA
20. Roxy Music co-founder : ENO
21. Legends : GREATS
23. It may be thorny : STEM
24. Commercial prefix for winter products : SNO
26. Developmental windup : FINALPHASE
28. Stomach-sculpting set : SITUPS
30. Estuary : RIA
31. Get into, in a way : DON
32. Start of several Keats titles : ODETO
33. Nephew of King Arthur : GARETH
36. Wallop : BEATTHETAROUTOF
41. What a shrug may indicate : APATHY
42. Like some rials : OMANI
43. Heart chart: Abbr. : EKG
46. Some bracelets, briefly : IDS
47. Dracula's creator : STOKER
48. Where winners pick up their awards : PRIZETABLE
52. Antietam soldier : REB
53. Left at sea : PORT
54. Unwelcome people at nudist colonies : OGLERS
56. Kung ___ chicken : PAO
58. Pekoe production place : INDIA
60. Stern's area : RADIOTALK
62. Actress Carter and others : NELLS
63. Words of commitment : IDO
64. Friend of Alfalfa : DARLA
65. Kind of letters hidden in 17-, 26-, 36-, 48- and 60-Across : GREEK
66. Paper mate : PEN
67. Not sitting well? : ANTSY
1. Harbinger of tooth trouble : ACHE
2. One with exceptional endurance : IRONSIDE
3. Drink with a tinge of tartness : LEMONTEA
4. It starts in juin : ETE
5. Itinerant burglar, slangily : YEGG
6. Actress Marisa : TOMEI
7. Fake fat brand : OLEAN
8. Huge collection : VASTARRAY
9. Some degs. : BAS
10. Flooded : AWASH
11. Classified : WANTAD
12. In this way : LIKESO
13. Pollen bearer : STAMEN
18. Canine clamor : ARFS
22. More devious : SLIER
25. "___ sight!" : OUTTA
27. Heinie : PATOOT
28. Cry : SOB
29. Baked entree : POTPIE
33. Stops acting irrationally : GETSAGRIP
34. Part of N.C.A.A.: Abbr. : ATH
35. Twain forte : HUMOR
37. Wasn't given a choice : HADTO
38. Share (in) : TAKEPART
39. Poolroom items : ONEBALLS
40. Noel staple : FIR
43. ___ Forest (park near London) : EPPING
44. Danish coins : KRONER
45. Figure enhancer : GIRDLE
47. Golf's 1998 U.S. Women's Open winner ___ Pak : SERI
49. Scrabble 10-pointer : ZTILE
50. Food processor feature : BLADE
51. Enticed : LEDON
55. Float alternative : SODA
57. Less than spectacular : OKAY
59. Set a price of : ASK
61. Whip : TAN

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