New York Times, Wednesday, February 14, 2001

Author: Robert Dillman
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert Dillman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {Q} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 18 for Mr. Dillman. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Stored, as honey : HIVED
6. Name prefix meaning "son of" : MAC
9. Make provision (for) : ALLOW
14. Where drachmas were once spent : AGORA
15. "Son ___ gun!" : OFA
16. Sponger : LEECH
17. Start of an idle question : DOUNIFORMSINTHE
20. Many namesakes: Abbr. : JRS
21. State tree of New Jersey : REDOAK
22. "Psst! Pass ___!" : ITON
23. ___ Affair : XYZ
24. Baseball's strikeout king : RYAN
26. Scharnhorst admiral : SPEE
29. Yokels : CLODS
31. Decline : EBB
34. Big name in philanthropy : CARNEGIE
37. Bologna's place : ITALIA
39. Question, part 2 : ARMOREDDIVISION
41. Pressure, in a way : LEANON
42. Surmounted : OVERCAME
43. Person who knows the drill?: Abbr. : DDS
44. Slingshot item : STONE
46. Much binary code : ONES
47. Joint tenant's place? : CELL
48. Way to stand : PAT
50. Spanish ayes : SISI
53. Brings out : EDUCES
56. Cross shape : TAU
59. End of the question : INCLUDETANKTOPS
62. Deborah of "Days of Our Lives" : ADAIR
63. Sign of aging : SAG
64. Prepare for reuse, perhaps : ERASE
65. Parable's message : MORAL
66. Old pronoun : THY
67. No longer in : DATED
1. Muslim pilgrimage : HADJ
2. Operatic prince : IGOR
3. R.S.V.P. part : VOUS
4. East ender? : ERN
5. Holstein's home : DAIRY
6. Anticipation or sadness, e.g. : MOOD
7. Onetime Michael Jackson do : AFRO
8. Trans Am rival : CAMARO
9. "Aladdin" prince : ALI
10. Red Square figure : LENIN
11. Riga resident : LETT
12. ___ Rios, Jamaica : OCHO
13. Declaration of Independence starter : WHEN
18. Shriner topper : FEZ
19. Go into free-fall : SKYDIVE
23. Hard-to-combine gas : XENON
25. Up and about : ASTIR
26. Burn : SCALD
27. Skinned : PARED
28. "Aunt ___ Cope Book" : ERMAS
29. Massenet's "Le ___" : CID
30. Deceived : LEDON
31. Name in 2000 headlines : ELIAN
32. Ecological community : BIOME
33. Deadly poisons : BANES
35. Irregularly notched : EROSE
36. Made tame : GENTLED
38. Cravat's cousin : ASCOT
40. "___ seen enough!" : IVE
45. Guinness adjective : OLDEST
47. Paramecium propellers : CILIA
48. Its tip may be felt : PEN
49. Set, as a price : ASKED
50. Chang and Eng's homeland : SIAM
51. ___-European : INDO
52. Mark for life : SCAR
54. Jazz home : UTAH
55. Shrewd : CAGY
56. Precisely : TOAT
57. Nave neighbor : APSE
58. Played for a sap : USED
60. Net location : URL
61. La-la starter : TRA

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