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New York Times, Thursday, January 30, 2003

Author:
Alan Arbesfeld
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Alan Arbesfeld

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JKQXYZ} This is puzzle # 47 for Mr. Arbesfeld. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2003, The New York TimesNo. 0130 ( 19,441 )
Across
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Pool pull-over : TARP
5
Shooters : TAWS
9
It may let you see a hearing : CSPAN
14
Fawning target : IDOL
15
Buckets : ALOT
16
1939 Best Actress role : OHARA
17
The "T" in Britain's ITV : TELE
18
Cause for alarm? : FIRE
19
Millionairess portrayer in "The Millionairess" : LOREN
20
Shoots for a salad : ALFALFASPROUTS
23
Poorest : NEEDIEST
24
Bank acct. info : INT
25
Accident scene arrival, for short : EMT
26
Fog : STEAMUP
30
Big name in TV journalism : BARBARAWALTERS
34
Stadiumgoer : FAN
35
Mrs. McKinley : IDA
36
Approximate number of weeks in a Roman year : LII
37
Rose buds? : CINCINNATIREDS
44
Spick-and-span, now : CLEANED
45
Vardalos of "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" : NIA
46
Global positioning meas. : LAT
47
Checks out : OBSERVES
52
Sacagawea, for one : SHOSHONEINDIAN
55
Like some curves : SHARP
56
Elated : GLAD
57
Old newspaper section : ROTO
58
12/25, e.g. : RATIO
59
"Coriolanus" setting : ROME
60
Mix : OLIO
61
Quire member : SHEET
62
Ablutionary vessel : EWER
63
Sign of overexertion : PANT
Down
1
Colossus : TITAN
2
Dance partner for Fred : ADELE
3
Husband of Pocahontas : ROLFE
4
One on bended knee, maybe : PLEADER
5
Crisp fabric : TAFFETA
6
A thief may go under one : ALIAS
7
Get the better of : WORST
8
Measure to take : STEP
9
North, for one : COLONEL
10
Really let have it : SHOUTAT
11
Separate : PART
12
Spear carrier of myth : ARES
13
Photographer Goldin : NAN
21
Bird's perch : LIMB
22
"Rubyfruit Jungle" novelist ___ Mae Brown : RITA
26
Acronym on a police jacket : SWAT
27
Card game declaration : MELD
28
"The Haj" novelist : URIS
29
ESP and such : PSI
30
It may be skipped or jumped : BAIL
31
Frank or Francis : ANNE
32
Orange coat : RIND
33
Inits. on a toothpaste tube : ADA
34
Broadcasting overseer: Abbr. : FCC
38
Pepsi One's one : CALORIE
39
Up the creek : INASPOT
40
Neighbor of Ger. : NETH
41
No typical stock trader : INSIDER
42
Nothing, in Nantes : RIEN
43
Fashionable pendant : EARDROP
47
Simmering : ONLOW
48
Former New York mayor : BEAME
49
Orchestra seat : VIOLA
50
Have something at home : EATIN
51
High-hat : SNOOT
52
Pahlavi, for one : SHAH
53
Can't take : HATE
54
Mean man : OGRE
55
L.S.A.T. takers : SRS

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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