New York Times, Wednesday, January 10, 2001

Author: Richard Silvestri
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Silvestri
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 96 for Mr. Silvestri. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Big blowout : BASH
5. Little dent : DING
9. Candidate's concern : IMAGE
14. 1977 movie in which Bo Derek's leg is bitten off : ORCA
15. Snack item since 1912 : OREO
16. Rover : NOMAD
17. Statement from actor Rob's debtors? : WEOWELOWE
19. Hot trend : CRAZE
20. Rock's Brian ___ : ENO
21. Disney's Ludwig ___ Drake : VON
22. Make more attractive : SWEETEN
24. Dr. Dre, for one : RAPPER
26. Columbia Pictures founder : COHN
27. Monochromatic rock? : ONETONESTONE
33. Up to snuff : ABLE
36. Junior, to Senior : SON
37. Holy ___ : TERROR
38. Plunders : LOOTS
40. Took in : ATE
42. College bigwigs : DEANS
43. Water channel : SLUICE
45. Slalom track : ESS
47. Lotion ingredient : ALOE
48. Aged, unemotional shrew? : OLDCOLDSCOLD
51. Pointer's word : THAT
52. "A Hard Day's Night" director : LESTER
56. Reports by phone : CALLSIN
60. Hail, to Caesar : AVE
61. Stowe girl : EVA
62. Self-evident truth : AXIOM
63. Question from an uncertain Osiris? : ISSISISIS
66. It may be about a yard : FENCE
67. Casing : SKIN
68. Prelude to a duel : SLAP
69. First name in rock since 1970 : ELTON
70. Put up : HANG
71. A zillion : MANY
1. Shady spot : BOWER
2. Kind of football : ARENA
3. Lois Lane exclusive : SCOOP
4. Turn left : HAW
5. Del Rio of film : DOLORES
6. Tend to pressing business : IRON
7. Just out : NEW
8. Keeps at it : GOESON
9. Hopping mad : INCENSED
10. "Encore!" : MORE
11. Latin I word : AMAT
12. A crystal ball user has it : GAZE
13. Worry-free locale : EDEN
18. Roulette bet : EVEN
23. Put an edge on : WHET
25. Like some justice : POETIC
26. Dispute : CONTEST
28. Words in a dedication : TOA
29. Radial surfaces : TREADS
30. Viva-voce : ORAL
31. Dessert, say, to a dieter : NONO
32. Limerick language : ERSE
33. Besides : ALSO
34. Weevil's target : BOLL
35. Garish : LOUD
39. Followers of Robert Bruce : SCOTSMEN
41. PC key : ESC
44. Like some schoolbook publishers : ELHI
46. What you're doing now : SOLVING
49. Coffee accompaniment, maybe : DANISH
50. Wine sediment : LEES
53. Colleague of Edison : TESLA
54. Perrier alternative : EVIAN
55. Hoarse : RASPY
56. Soup and sandwich spot : CAFE
57. Jump on the ice : AXEL
58. Kind of trap : LINT
59. Nuts : LOCO
60. Speller's phrase : ASIN
64. Reggae relative : SKA
65. Doctrine : ISM

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