New York Times, Thursday, October 18, 2001

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {HJQZ} This is puzzle # 82 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Related on the mother's side : ENATE
6. Card game with the 13 spades laid out : FARO
10. Unadorned : BALD
14. Expensive watch : ROLEX
15. Fine horse : ARAB
16. "That's ___!" : ALIE
17. Dessert made with pineapple : UPSIDEDOWNCAKE
19. Deli order : NOVA
20. Some facial features : TICS
21. Out-and-out : UTTER
22. Like some golf balls : TEED
23. Six, in Tuscany : SEI
24. Phone trio : MNO
25. Body of work : OEUVRE
27. Was considered special : RATED
29. Flip : UPEND
31. Strauss's "___ Heldenleben" : EIN
32. Play stations? : ARENAS
34. Produced : SIRED
36. Alliance : BLOC
39. Car opener? : RENTA
41. Gridiron move : PASS
42. Left ventricle attachment : AORTA
44. Hunk : ADONIS
46. William, to Diana : SON
47. Partied, so to speak : GOTDOWN
49. Sentences : DOOMS
52. Very soon : INASEC
54. Chamber worker?: Abbr. : SEN
55. Part of i.o.u. : OWE
57. Old ___, Conn. : LYME
58. "___ letter" (office order) : TAKEA
61. War maker : ARES
62. Wild goat : IBEX
63. Title song of a Duke Ellington album : UPTOWNDOWNBEAT
65. Gérard Depardieu work : CINE
66. One may be turning : LANE
67. Make merry : ELATE
68. Red army? : ANTS
69. Caltech grad: Abbr. : ENGR
70. Be economical with : REUSE
1. Explodes : ERUPTS
2. More of a buttinsky : NOSIER
3. Concert pianist de Larrocha : ALICIA
4. Nugent and Turner : TEDS
5. Letters ending a PC code file name : EXE
6. See 35-Down : FACTO
7. "I smell ___!" : ARAT
8. Shed item : RAKE
9. Shakespearean fairy : OBERON
10. African language : BANTU
11. Soap ingredient : ALOEVERA
12. Rental stables : LIVERIES
13. They get you nowhere : DEADENDS
18. Where they say "G'day!" : DOWNUNDER
24. Riviera vista : MER
26. Cosmo staff : EDS
28. Social grace : TACT
29. Yo-yoing : UPANDDOWN
30. This, to Jorge : ESTO
33. Like some drink orders : NEAT
35. With 6-Down, a logician's phrase : IPSO
36. Vatican attraction : BASILICA
37. Zoo, so to speak : LOONYBIN
38. Gargoyle, e.g. : ORNAMENT
40. Like native llamas : ANDEAN
43. Ripen : AGE
45. Charged item : ION
48. Eightfold : OCTUPLE
50. Doctor in an H. G. Wells title : MOREAU
51. Workout wear : SWEATS
53. Battle of the ___ : SEXES
54. One who'll put you in stitches? : SEWER
56. Name on an atomizer : ESTEE
59. ___ impasse : ATAN
60. King ___ : KONG
61. Competent : ABLE
64. Sedative, informally : DOWNER

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