New York Times, Thursday, October 25, 2001

Author: John Scott Marrone
Editor: Will Shortz
John Scott Marrone
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JWZ} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Marrone. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. A ___ of pheasants : BOUQUET
8. A ___ of geese : GAGGLE
14. Good sign on a sales chart : UPCURVE
15. Golf ball distances : CARRIES
16. Like some old coats : RELINED
17. Harmonizes : ATTUNES
18. Swarm member : GNAT
19. Extraterrestrial, e.g. : BEING
20. Fishes for : SEEKS
25. Marks along some swimming pools : METERS
28. Former U.S. defense acronym : SAC
31. Waste (away) : FRITTER
33. Big bird : ROC
34. An ___ of larks : EXALTATION
36. Carpenter's groove : DADO
37. Certain records or cars : DEMOS
38. Pal, colloquially : BRO
39. Man : VALET
40. Electrical units : AMPS
41. A ___ of owls : PARLIAMENT
43. Social : TEA
44. Court attorneys, e.g. : ARGUERS
45. Crude shelter : STY
46. It's mind-boggling : ENIGMA
48. Jabber : PRATE
50. Noted Discovery passenger, 1998 : GLENN
52. Mouth, in slang : TRAP
56. One of the sacraments : PENANCE
58. It's hard to see through : PINHOLE
61. Fixed : AMENDED
62. Not perfectly round : OVOIDAL
63. A ___ of crows : MURDER
64. A ___ of woodpeckers : DESCENT
1. Town : BURG
2. Certain tournament : OPEN
3. Arthur Ashe's alma mater : UCLA
4. What you may call it? : QUITS
5. Jardiniere : URN
6. Planning time : EVE
7. Newsman Koppel : TED
8. Some estate workers : GATEMEN
9. More Village-y : ARTIER
10. Kind of work : GRUNT
11. Common mixers : GINGERALES
12. Author Harper : LEE
13. Twisty curve : ESS
15. Trucker's spot : CAB
21. Lizards, old-style : EFTS
22. Tide competitor : ERA
23. Overnight gear : KITBAG
24. It might help you get a leg up : STIRRUP
26. Porcupine, for one : RODENT
27. Original "Star Trek" role : SCOTTY
28. Composed : SEDATE
29. Lumberjacks : AXEMEN
30. Person on a trail : CAMPAIGNER
32. Factory worker : TOOLER
35. Part of L.A. : LOS
36. Obstruct : DAM
39. Broad : VAST
41. Member of an annual team : PRANCER
42. Nest egg, for short : IRA
44. Fine, in France : AMENDE
47. Thymus, e.g. : GLAND
49. Body of good conduct : ETHIC
51. "Old Uncle" in a Stephen Foster tune : NED
53. Endured, with "out" : RODE
54. Mathematician Turing : ALAN
55. Hit : PELT
56. Actress Dawber : PAM
57. Big bird : EMU
58. Capsule : POD
59. Suffix with elect : IVE
60. Rejections : NOS

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