New York Times, Wednesday, January 5, 2000

Author: D. J. DeChristopher
Editor: Will Shortz
D. J. DeChristopher
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 44 Missing: {BJQ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. DeChristopher. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Sounds from pounds : YIPS
5. Place for a massage : SCALP
10. Bit of vocal fanfare : TADA
14. Lionel track layout, maybe : OVAL
15. Big house : MANOR
16. Pink-slipped : AXED
17. Madly in love : GAGA
18. Curly-haired comics heroine : ANNIE
19. TV's Warrior Princess : XENA
20. Egotistical George Bernard Shaw drama? : INEVERCANTELL
23. Hot time in Haiti : ETE
24. When repeated, a first name in Hollywood : ZSA
25. Egotistical James Bond caper? : IONLYLIVETWICE
33. Correctly sung : ONKEY
34. 1989 Literature Nobelist : CELA
35. Nth degree : MAX
36. Zoo barrier : MOAT
37. They're S-shaped : OGEES
39. Dermatologist's concern : PORE
40. Bit of brandy : NIP
41. Half of Mork's sign-off : NANU
42. Central opening? : SOFTC
43. Egotistical 1977 pop smash? : ILIGHTUPMYLIFE
47. "...___ quit!" : ORI
48. "Hail, Caesar!" : AVE
49. Egotistical 1948 Cole Porter tune? : ICANDONOWRONG
56. Isinglass : MICA
58. Biology lab stain : EOSIN
59. Painter's estimation : AREA
60. Nose wrinkler : ODOR
61. Emmy winner Lucci : SUSAN
62. Gung-ho feeling : ZEAL
63. Custom : WONT
64. #, to a typesetter : SPACE
65. "Nana" author : ZOLA
1. Contemplative sort : YOGI
2. Dr. Pavlov : IVAN
3. Webmaster's creation : PAGE
4. Bulgarian or Croat : SLAV
5. Person who mouths off : SMARTY
6. A.T.M. button : CANCEL
7. Magnani of "The Rose Tattoo" : ANNA
8. Beef buy : LOIN
9. Bar freebies : PRETZELS
10. The Stamp Act, e.g. : TAXLAW
11. Leap for Lipinski : AXEL
12. Iniquity site : DEN
13. Critic ___ Louise Huxtable : ADA
21. Hard to hold : EELY
22. Are, in Aragón : ESTA
25. How sardines are packed : INOIL
26. Cousin of a giraffe : OKAPI
27. Bottom line : NET
28. Become slippery, in a way : ICEUP
29. Churchillian sign : VEE
30. "Toodles!" : IMOFF
31. Garçon's list : CARTE
32. Pres. or treas. : EXEC
33. Prefix with potent : OMNI
37. Quality of bran muffins : OATINESS
38. Bearded antelope : GNU
39. Islands dish : POI
41. Dragsters' org. : NHRA
42. Did in : SLEW
44. Miniature racer : GOCART
45. Raving lunatic : MANIAC
46. DeCarlo of "The Munsters" : YVONNE
49. Clickable symbol : ICON
50. Make spiffy : DOUP
51. Greek peak : OSSA
52. Give the Bronx cheer : RAZZ
53. Hydrox look-alike : OREO
54. "Hud" Oscar winner : NEAL
55. Big bash : GALA
56. Shorten, in a way : MOW
57. Witness stand oath : IDO

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