New York Times, Monday, January 31, 2000

Author: Peter Gordon
Editor: Will Shortz
Peter Gordon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FJKQVXZ} This is puzzle # 32 for Mr. Gordon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Four-poster, e.g. : BED
4. Carpeting calculation : AREA
8. Old name for the phone company : MABELL
14. Regret : RUE
15. Laze about : LOLL
16. Charlotte ___, Virgin Islands : AMALIE
17. Perform in plays : ACT
18. Border on : ABUT
19. Like some salads : TOSSED
20. Breakfast treat : CHEESEDANISH
23. Goofs : ERRS
24. Summer TV offering : RERUN
25. Comic Costello : LOU
28. Usher to a different part of the theater : RESEAT
30. Floor's opposite : CEILING
33. Jump rope variation : DOUBLEDUTCH
36. Homeric epic : ILIAD
40. Lobster eggs : ROE
41. Writer James and ballplayer Tommie : AGEES
42. Twists and turns in a bowling alley : BODYENGLISH
45. Three-time Wimbledon winner : MCENROE
46. Newlyweds get them : TOASTS
51. Distress call : SOS
52. Look of scorn : SNEER
55. Tackle box item : LURE
56. Vodka, cream and Kahlúa cocktail : WHITERUSSIAN
59. Night flight : REDEYE
62. Went by train : RODE
63. King in a Steve Martin song : TUT
64. In disagreement : ATODDS
65. Notion : IDEA
66. Australian bird : EMU
67. Command before "Go!" : GETSET
68. Snaky fishes : EELS
69. Tree juice : SAP
1. Stimulating drink : BRACER
2. Trick-taking card game : EUCHRE
3. Dissuades : DETERS
4. [Sigh] : ALAS
5. Oscar winner Benigni : ROBERTO
6. Escape from : ELUDE
7. Place to exchange rings : ALTAR
8. Afternoon show : MATINEE
9. Singer Tori : AMOS
10. Big party : BASH
11. Chicago trains : ELS
12. "The dog ate my homework" is a classic one : LIE
13. Was in front : LED
21. From Neb. to Ky. : ESE
22. Cell parts : NUCLEI
25. Lo-cal : LITE
26. Fairy tale start : ONCE
27. Exclamations of disgust : UGHS
29. Viper : ADDER
31. The Gem State : IDAHO
32. ___ nut (wheel fastener) : LUG
34. High-priority : URGENT
35. Manute ___ of basketball : BOL
36. Some PC's : IBMS
37. Nutso : LOCO
38. Midmonth date : IDES
39. Writer Rand : AYN
43. Most prying : NOSIEST
44. German pastry : STRUDEL
47. Capp and Capone : ALS
48. Multiroom hotel offerings : SUITES
49. Psychological injury : TRAUMA
50. Parodied : SENTUP
53. Spooky : EERIE
54. Wear away : ERODE
56. Marries : WEDS
57. Jekyll's alter ego : HYDE
58. Caribbean and others : SEAS
59. Aid for a maid : RAG
60. French summer : ETE
61. Web site address part : DOT

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