New York Times, Thursday, October 19, 2000

Author: Patrick Jordan
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Jordan
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34 Missing: {Z} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 15 for Mr. Jordan. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Fund-raising letter, e.g. : PLEA
5. Librarian's gadget : DATER
10. Mr. Clean would never part with one : COMB
14. Interpret : READ
15. In heaven : ABOVE
16. 1968 award for Vaclav Havel : OBIE
17. In this, a "." is a "dot" : INTERNETADDRESS
20. Twin-engined W.W. II plane : MOSQUITO
21. Swiftness : HASTE
22. Puts into service : USES
23. Least salable, perhaps : STALEST
25. San ___, Calif. : RAFAEL
28. Hideouts : LAIRS
29. Colorful computer : IMAC
30. Stephen King novel setting : SALEM
31. Minor invention : FIB
34. In this, a "." is a "point" : BODYTEMPERATURE
38. Orlando-to-Miami dir. : SSE
39. Many an April baby : ARIES
40. Admitting a draft : AJAR
41. Con artist's accomplice : SHILL
42. Sun shade : AWNING
44. Analyze : EXAMINE
47. Furnace waste : SLAG
48. Cannes cap : BERET
49. TV's Andy Taylor and Elroy Lobo : SHERIFFS
53. In this, a "." is a "period" : ENGLISHTEXTBOOK
56. Comedy hit : RIOT
57. Patterned fabric : TOILE
58. Actress Petty of "Point Break" : LORI
59. Beach shades : TANS
60. Hardly management types : SERFS
61. Doers of good civic deeds : ELKS
1. Buttoned-up all the way : PRIM
2. O'Brien's lead-in : LENO
3. Partakes of : EATS
4. Suitability : ADEQUACY
5. 1973 Elton John hit : DANIEL
6. Watches for, perhaps : ABETS
7. Wizard of Oz revealer : TOTO
8. 1954 Oscar winner ___ Marie Saint : EVA
9. Inflamed : RED
10. South Sea souvenirs : CORALS
11. Way too weighty : OBESE
12. Producers of sunbows : MISTS
13. Plague : BESET
18. Deceit : RUSE
19. Jenna Elfman TV role : DHARMA
23. They register on registers : SALES
24. Bank : TIER
25. Barbecued entrée : RIBS
26. Half of an old radio duo : AMOS
27. Not do well in the stretch : FADE
28. Collar extension : LAPEL
30. Mona Lisa attribute : SMILE
31. Kodak competitor : FUJI
32. Caspian Sea adjoiner : IRAN
33. Shipping hazard : BERG
35. Gauguin setting : TAHITI
36. Land of Tralee : ERIN
37. Not just in the mind : TANGIBLE
41. Silvery food fishes : SMELTS
42. Football's Karras et al. : ALEXES
43. Electrologist's target : WART
44. "I Hated, Hated, Hated This Movie" author : EBERT
45. City near Dayton : XENIA
46. Part of the atmosphere : ARGON
47. Mantelpiece : SHELF
49. Bustle : STIR
50. Hoodwink : FOOL
51. Part of a river : FORK
52. They may be involved in a spill : SKIS
54. Map abbrs. : STS
55. Groundbreaker? : HOE

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