New York Times, Thursday, January 11, 2001

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 35 Missing: {JPQXZ} This is puzzle # 67 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. With 63-Across, author of the quip starting at 17-Across : OSCAR
6. Chicago sights : ELS
9. Baltic country: Abbr. : LITH
13. Rest against : LEANON
15. Waikiki gift : LEI
16. Cruising : ASEA
17. Start of a quip : IMNOTYOUNG
19. "___ be a cold day in hell ..." : ITLL
20. Routing word : VIA
21. Add spice to : SEASON
22. Jazz trumpeter Baker : CHET
23. To be, at the Sorbonne : ETRE
25. Where the U.N. is in Manhattan, with 27-Across : FIRST
27. See 25-Across : AVE
28. Like Salome : SEDUCTIVE
31. In motion : ASTIR
33. Soak : DOUSE
34. "Yours truly" and the like : CLOSES
35. Middle of the quip, with 37-Across : ENOUGH
37. See 35-Across : TOKNOW
38. Rears : STERNS
39. Name for a king or a queen? : SERTA
40. About three grains of troy weight : CARAT
41. Deli order : TUNAONRYE
45. Columbia, e.g.: Abbr. : RIV
46. Rare string : STRAD
48. Santa's reindeer, e.g. : TEAM
49. Pelvic parts : ILIA
51. Baltimore N.F.L.ers : RAVENS
54. When "77 Sunset Strip" aired: Abbr. : FRI
55. Batter's base, maybe : BEER
56. End of the quip : EVERYTHING
58. Once, once : ERST
59. Electric ___ : EEL
60. Beachgoer's burden : COOLER
61. Sleek fleet : SSTS
62. Cunning : SLY
63. See 1-Across : WILDE
1. Major producers of oil : OLIVES
2. Mideast native : SEMITE
3. False rumor : CANARD
4. Enero to enero : ANO
5. Falls apart : ROTS
6. Hard to pin down : ELUSIVE
7. Name immortalized by Poe : LENORE
8. Indications : SIGNS
9. Secular : LAIC
10. "Really?" : ISTHATSO
11. Watch a monitor, say : TELEVIEW
12. They hold your horses : HALTERS
14. Actress Carrie : NYE
18. Hardly refined : OAFISH
24. Author Welty : EUDORA
26. Address : TALKTO
29. Dracula and others : COUNTS
30. They have a lot of pull : TUGS
32. Speech sound : SONANT
34. Langston Hughes's "___ Unashamed" : CORA
35. Online merchants : ETAILERS
36. Most gutsy : NERVIEST
37. Like caresses : TENDER
38. Writers' bloc : SCRIBES
39. With refinement : SUAVELY
41. Commit a court infraction : TRAVEL
42. Bar order : REFILL
43. Spun, as a story : YARNED
44. Solzhenitsyn, e.g. : EMIGRE
47. They're for the birds : TREES
50. Liberal pursuits : ARTS
52. 212 initials : NYC
53. Put belowdecks : STOW
57. ___ polloi : HOI

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