New York Times, Thursday, October 11, 2001

Author: Nancy S. Ross
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy S. Ross
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ScrabbleRebusCirclePangrampre-WS
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QVXZ} This is puzzle # 55 for Ms. Ross. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Place for a bench : ARBOR
6. Pipe contents : GAS
9. One who works with dogs, maybe : NARC
13. Sawyer of ABC : DIANE
14. Light hair color : ASH
15. Siren : ALERT
17. Lord's Prayer word : DEBTS
18. 1951 ballet by 24-Across : PIEDPIPER
20. Haphazardly : ANYHOW
22. Historically inclined grp. : DAR
23. Place for a comb : MANE
24. Subject of this puzzle, born 10/11/18 : JEROMEROBBINS
27. 1962 World's Fair city : SEATTLE
29. Pool locale : SPA
30. Govt. lawyers : DAS
31. Clinton cabinet member : RENO
32. Blubber : FAT
34. Kind of pole : SKI
36. Lots and lots : SLEWS
38. Clobber : LAM
40. Not reached : UNMET
44. Colo. neighbor : NEB
46. Avril follower : MAI
48. See 62-Down : TIME
49. Part of a mystic's name, maybe : SRI
52. Song syllable : TRA
54. Laugh-producing : COMEDIC
56. 24-Across won both a Tony and an Oscar for this : WESTSIDESTORY
59. "Would ___?" : ILIE
60. Ages : EON
61. Show one's face : APPEAR
64. 1944 ballet by 24-Across : FANCYFREE
67. Make jubilant : ELATE
68. Offering : TITHE
69. Powerful PAC : NRA
70. Fills in holes : DARNS
71. Biblical verb : DOST
72. Toper : SOT
73. Computer bulletin board operator : SYSOP
1. Frequent recipe words : ADDA
2. Nothing, in Nice : RIEN
3. 1962 Bette Davis title role : BABYJANE
4. Broadway musical and movie developed from 64-Across : ONTHETOWN
5. Pool locale : RESORT
6. Opening : GAP
7. Comment off the main point : ASIDE
8. Cutters : SHEARS
9. Snooze : NAP
10. Out on ___ : ALIMB
11. Like borrowed money : REPAID
12. Richard of TV's "The Real McCoys" : CRENNA
16. Lock : TRESS
19. Plummets : DROPS
21. Whistler? : WOLF
25. Banquet : MEAL
26. Capital on the Caspian : BAKU
27. College interviewees: Abbr. : SRS
28. Aquarium denizen : EEL
33. Cap : TAM
35. 1945 ballet by 24-Across : INTERPLAY
37. Tennis units : SETS
39. Some computers : MACS
41. Certain exams : MIDYEARS
42. Recording label : EMI
43. Sleuth, for short : TEC
45. Succinct : BRIEF
47. Speck : IOTA
49. Galloping : SWIFT
50. Fixed, as tiles : RELAID
51. Loves : ISINTO
53. Ornaments : ADORNS
55. Scooters : MOPEDS
57. Microsoft employees : TECHS
58. When Cuba celebrates Liberation Day : ENERO
62. With 48-Across, never : ATNO
63. Defendant in court: Abbr. : RESP
65. Even : YET
66. Banquet on : EAT

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