New York Times, Monday, October 9, 2000

Author: Teresa M. Hackett
Editor: Will Shortz
Teresa M. Hackett
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Ms. Hackett. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Long-limbed, as a model : LEGGY
6. Sunrises : DAWNS
11. Rotating piece in a machine : CAM
14. Dean Martin's "That's ___" : AMORE
15. AOL delivery : EMAIL
16. Honest ___ : ABE
17. Hefty, doubled : BIGANDBURLY
19. French sea : MER
20. Cease and desist : STOP
21. Hoarseness : RASP
22. Duck in a pond : TEAL
23. Domicile doubled : HOUSEANDHOME
27. Shorten : ABRIDGE
30. Get misty-eyed : TEAR
31. It helps you stand up straight : BRACE
32. Feast of Lights : CHANUKAH
36. 52, in old Rome : LII
37. Apparition : GHOST
39. Opposite SSW : NNE
40. Like old newspaper clippings, often : YELLOWED
43. Fern leaf : FROND
45. Eternally : EVER
46. It's not pay-as-you-go : FREEWAY
48. Secure, doubled : SAFEANDSOUND
52. Come from ___ : AFAR
53. Elisabeth of "Leaving Las Vegas" : SHUE
54. Stay in the shallow end of the pool : WADE
58. Idiosyncrasy : TIC
59. Pep, doubled : VIMANDVIGOR
62. "What ___ our chances?" : ARE
63. Stockpile : HOARD
64. As a whole : INALL
65. Butterfly catcher's need : NET
66. Money to use : FUNDS
67. See eye to eye : AGREE
1. Places for experiments : LABS
2. Send off : EMIT
3. Always-moving : GOGO
4. Vivid : GRAPHIC
5. Longing : YEN
6. Pollute : DEBASE
7. Divert : AMUSE
8. Angry tribes may be on them : WARPATHS
9. Nonexistent : NIL
10. Not-to-be-trusted : SLY
11. Small part played by a big name : CAMEO
12. Lying port-to-starboard : ABEAM
13. ___ Norman cosmetics : MERLE
18. The "D" in F.D.A. : DRUG
22. Not exiting, as traffic : THRU
24. Poem of praise : ODE
25. Tidy : NEAT
26. Former veep Quayle : DAN
27. With skill : ABLY
28. Cheese on crackers : BRIE
29. Part of a scenic overlook : RAIL
32. Atlantic catch : COD
33. Be positive about : KNOW
34. Tolstoy's "___ Karenina" : ANNA
35. Actress Lamarr : HEDY
37. Newswoman Ifill : GWEN
38. Abel, by profession : HERDSMAN
41. Salacious glance : LEER
42. Eggs : OVA
43. Wetland : FEN
44. Detroit N.H.L.'er : REDWING
46. Establishes : FOUNDS
47. Lamented : RUED
48. Man with horns : SATAN
49. Burning : AFIRE
50. Aspect : FACET
51. Archaeologist's bit : SHARD
55. Gelatinlike base : AGAR
56. 1996 candidate Bob : DOLE
57. Writer ___ Stanley Gardner : ERLE
59. Channels 2-13 : VHF
60. Debtor's note : IOU
61. Itinerary word : VIA

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