New York Times, Wednesday, October 25, 2000

Author: Nick Grivas
Editor: Will Shortz
Nick Grivas
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JKQVXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Grivas. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. End of story? : MORAL
6. Thanks along the Thames : TAS
9. Weed whackers : HOERS
14. In bad company, to Ambrose Bierce : ALONE
15. Justice Fortas : ABE
16. Afternoon TV staple : OPRAH
17. Results of some shortages : RIOTS
18. Puma or lion : CAT
19. "Tootsie" Oscar winner : LANGE
20. Command words : COMESITSTAYHEEL
23. Person with a stethoscope : DOC
24. Laugh uproariously : HOWL
25. "You got it!" : YEP
28. Word in many commandments : NOT
30. Marine catch : SEABASS
35. Pizazz : ELAN
37. Jacques or Pierre : NOM
39. First name in Olympics perfection : NADIA
40. Words of praise : ATTABOYGOODGIRL
44. Funny Fields : TOTIE
45. Nasty so-and-so : SOB
46. Gets the point : SEES
47. Bloodhound, at times : SNIFFER
50. Luau fare : POI
52. Dos Passos trilogy : USA
53. Tavern supplies : RYES
55. Mag. wheels : EDS
57. Where 20- and 40-Across are heard : OBEDIENCESCHOOL
65. Half an 80's sitcom duo : ALLIE
66. Fall into evil ways : ERR
67. Cliffside home : AERIE
68. Prepare, as a bow : ROSIN
69. Musician-for-hire's desire : GIG
70. Cinema supplies : REELS
71. Strait-laced : STAID
72. Funny Philips : EMO
73. Worthless material : DROSS
1. Pulitzer winner Connelly : MARC
2. Stew : OLIO
3. Board's partner : ROOM
4. Chipped in : ANTED
5. Parable feature : LESSON
6. Savoir-faire : TACT
7. Make ashamed : ABASH
8. Heated arguments : SETTOS
9. Pilgrim's destination : HOLYLAND
10. Brightly colored fish : OPAH
11. Coastal raptor : ERNE
12. Latest thing : RAGE
13. Cartoonist Silverstein : SHEL
21. Prefix meaning "likeness" : ICONO
22. Blow away : AWE
25. Poet with a "fanatic's heart" : YEATS
26. Eulogizer of Diana in song : ELTON
27. Grammy winner LaBelle : PATTI
29. Dog classification : TOY
31. Does work at a checkout line : BAGS
32. It may be bid : ADIEU
33. Stable parents : SIRES
34. Chip topping : SALSA
36. Babe in the woods : NAIF
38. Classic two-seaters : MGS
41. Make a connection with : BEFRIEND
42. Alley ___ : OOP
43. Heckelphone cousins : OBOES
48. Storm center : EYE
49. Back out (on) : RENEGE
51. Proof, so to speak : IDCARD
54. Curtain fabric : SCRIM
56. Like organza or chiffon : SHEER
57. Trireme gear : OARS
58. Part of a psychological test : BLOT
59. Film feline : ELSA
60. Early sixth-century date : DIII
61. Hence : ERGO
62. Nabisco item : OREO
63. Protects against rust : OILS
64. Minus : LESS

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