New York Times, Thursday, February 15, 2001

Author: David Ainslie Macleod
Editor: Will Shortz
David Ainslie Macleod
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 34 Missing: {FJQVZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Macleod. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. One getting a cut : AGENT
6. Tout's tabulation : ODDS
10. 1968 folk album : ARLO
14. Mother of Perseus : DANAE
15. Lug : LOUT
16. Animal house? : LAIR
17. Producer of Eazy-E and Eminem : DRDRE
18. Item used in basement waterproofing : DRAINTILE
20. Sonja Henie's debut film, 1936 : ONEINAMILLION
22. Methodical : NEAT
23. Commencement dangler : TASSEL
24. Bully : COW
27. Geographical connectors : STRAITS
29. Truth, old-style : SOOTH
31. Inability to speak : MUTISM
35. Pro ___ : RATA
36. 1971 James Taylor/Warren Oates cult film : TWOLANEBLACKTOP
41. Perfect : HONE
42. Politically incorrect coat : ERMINE
43. Adjust, as a brooch : REPIN
45. They may have shorts : CINEMAS
50. 24-time Ryder Cup winner : USA
51. Kind of soup : OXTAIL
55. When tripled, an old war cry : TORA
56. 1932 Bette Davis melodrama : THREEONAMATCH
59. "The Thin Man" producer Hunt ___ : STROMBERG
61. Hi from Ho : ALOHA
62. Nautical nose : PROW
63. Senate accusation : ETTU
64. TV or radio station : AIRER
65. Cheerleaders' practice : YELL
66. Split in the cold, perhaps : CHAP
67. Marble-producing Italian city : MASSA
1. Annexes : ADDONS
2. Relative of cerise : GARNET
3. Take to one's heart : ENDEAR
4. Airport near Tokyo : NARITA
5. New driver, maybe : TEEN
6. Rembrandt, for one : OLDMASTER
7. Socialite Duke : DORIS
8. Some exhaust systems : DUALS
9. Subway station sight : STILE
10. Kind of flute : ALTO
11. Shower apparel : RAINCOAT
12. Diminutive, in Dogpatch : LIL
13. It's fine for a refinery : ORE
19. Guitarist Lofgren : NILS
21. Harmonize : ATTUNE
25. Sgt. Snorkel's dog : OTTO
26. Larrup : WHAP
28. Ogden Nash's "___ Stranger Here Myself" : IMA
30. Mork's planet : ORK
32. ThinkPad producer : IBM
33. Cutting repeatedly : SLICINGUP
34. Malacañang Palace locale : MANILA
36. By way of, briefly : THRU
37. Troubles : WOES
38. Like a beat cop : ONPATROL
39. Haole's souvenir : LEI
40. The 900's, e.g.: Abbr. : CEN
44. Benchmark : NORM
46. List ender : ETALIA
47. Drives (along) : MOTORS
48. Parts of feet : ARCHES
49. Most of Mauritania : SAHARA
52. Mediterranean ship : XEBEC
53. Canines : TEETH
54. Cardiological concern : AORTA
57. Ginsberg poem : HOWL
58. Word with yes, no or thank you : MAAM
59. Good looker? : SPY
60. Half of sei : TRE

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