New York Times, Wednesday, December 13, 2000

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JW} This is puzzle # 65 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
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1. Bloke : CHAP
5. Out of it : INAFOG
11. Show of team spirit : RAH
14. First name in the 40's-50's Yankees : YOGI
15. "Civis Romanus sum" speaker : CICERO
16. Fancy name appendage : ESQ
17. Green Bay Packers fans : CHEESEHEADS
19. Some batters, for short : DHS
20. Noted wine valley : LOIRE
21. School assignment : REPORT
23. Sounds of doubt : EHS
24. Holiday shortening : XMAS
28. Turn in : RETIRE
30. Noncommittal response : SOMETIME
32. Eastern European language : SLOVAK
33. "I didn't do it," for one : DENIAL
35. Appraiser's skill : EYE
36. Klutz : BUTTERFINGERS
41. 100 yrs. : CEN
42. Bank patrons : SAVERS
43. Items on belts : PAGERS
47. Trattoria orders : RISOTTOS
51. It works like a charm : AMULET
52. 1999 Ron Howard film : EDTV
53. "... ___ quit!" : ORI
54. Card carrier : MEMBER
56. Shiver-producing : EERIE
58. Spiritual path : ZEN
59. They show guts : BEERBELLIES
63. Not home : OUT
64. Walking on air : ELATED
65. Faxed : SENT
66. Photo ___ : OPS
67. One-named 90's singer : SELENA
68. Film dog : ASTA
1. Bikes : CYCLES
2. Santa's greeting : HOHOHO
3. AARP concern : AGEISM
4. Waterfront walk : PIER
5. Rocks : ICE
6. Place for med. researchers : NIH
7. Champion : ACE
8. One cause of trembling : FEAR
9. Commands : ORDERS
10. Kind of truth : GOSPEL
11. Its valley is fabled in song : REDRIVER
12. Camels may end up here : ASHTRAYS
13. Command posts: Abbr. : HQS
18. Tchaikovsky's "Souvenir de Florence," e.g. : SEXTET
22. Siouan : OTO
25. Outfielder's cry : MINE
26. Princes abroad : AMIRS
27. Clams and oysters, e.g. : SEAFARE
29. Squeeze (out) : EKE
31. Summer hours in N.Y.C. : EDT
34. Hopping mad : LIVID
36. "Star Trek" command : BEAMMEUP
37. Salves : UNGUENTS
38. "Cheep" accommodations? : NEST
39. Act servilely : GROVEL
40. Superlative ending : EST
41. Calculating person, for short : CPA
44. Popular street name : ELM
45. Yeshiva teachers : REBBES
46. "Dear Prue" writer : STEELE
48. Side in the Revolutionary War : TORIES
49. ___ Express : ORIENT
50. Reason to close up shop : SIESTA
55. Not fake : REAL
57. Socialite Maxwell : ELSA
58. Picnic locale : ZOO
60. Address abbr. : RTE
61. Uncle ___ : BEN
62. Writer LeShan : EDA

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