New York Times, Tuesday, January 25, 2000

Author: William S. Cotter
Editor: Will Shortz
William S. Cotter
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Cotter. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. B-school entrance exam : GMAT
5. Tablelands : MESAS
10. Porgy's woman : BESS
14. Junction point : NODE
15. Just ___ of the tongue : ASLIP
16. Condo division : UNIT
17. Zoning measure : ACRE
18. A Judd : NAOMI
19. Longish skirt : MIDI
20. Dad says "no" : WHENYOUGETOLDER
23. Cousin of the bossa nova : SAMBA
24. Crossword worker? : ESNE
25. ___ salts : EPSOM
29. More lofty : HIGHER
33. Nick and Nora's pooch : ASTA
36. Backseat driver, e.g. : CRITIC
38. First daughter Carter : AMY
39. Dad says "yes" : JUSTTHISONETIME
42. Pay stub? : OLA
43. Render immobile, rodeo-style : HOGTIE
44. Bauxite and others : ORES
45. Bodega's place : BARRIO
47. Journalist Joseph or Stewart : ALSOP
49. Silver State sch. : UNLV
51. Part of TNT : NITRO
55. Dad says "maybe" : GOASKYOURMOTHER
61. Rolling in dough : RICH
62. Dazed and confused : ATSEA
63. Ocean predator : ORCA
64. Price of a hand : ANTE
65. Change the price of : RETAG
66. April 1 victim : FOOL
67. Lose traction : SKID
68. Vial measurements : DRAMS
69. Peaty areas : FENS
1. Chews like a chipmunk : GNAWS
2. Starbucks order : MOCHA
3. To the point, to lawyers : ADREM
4. Publication with features on boy bands : TEENBEAT
5. "Look ___ hands!" : MANO
6. Jacob's twin : ESAU
7. Trudge through the mire : SLOG
8. Actress Anouk : AIMEE
9. Polishes, army-style : SPITSHINES
10. Cause of a limp, maybe : BUMLEG
11. Oklahoma city : ENID
12. Bar or car starter : SIDE
13. To-do : STIR
21. Big mouth : YAP
22. In the cooler : ONICE
26. Jungle gym's place : SCHOOLYARD
27. Not a dup. : ORIG
28. Man in the 'hood : MISTA
30. Salon's concern : HAIR
31. Name in plus-size modeling : EMME
32. Whiskey choices : RYES
33. "...___ for Superman!" : AJOB
34. Toni Morrison novel : SULA
35. Pre-1917 ruler : TSAR
37. Slave away : TOIL
40. Use one's bean : THINK
41. Request to a gas pumper : TOPITOFF
46. Applied to Sigma Chi, say : RUSHED
48. Yoko ___ : ONO
50. November lever puller : VOTER
52. Pang : THROE
53. Scout's job, for short : RECON
54. Face-to-face exams : ORALS
55. Mardi ___ : GRAS
56. Sty cry : OINK
57. Curtain-raising time : ACTI
58. Org. for Borg : USTA
59. Enlarge, as a hole : REAM
60. Cosmo and GQ, e.g. : MAGS

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