New York Times, Saturday, February 17, 2001

Author: Robert Bridges
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert Bridges
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 27 Missing: {FHQ} Spans: 2 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Bridges. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Fight : DUKEITOUT
10. Plans : SPECS
15. Family troublemakers, perhaps : EVILTWINS
16. Saturday Night Massacre figure : NIXON
17. Game in which losers have a blast? : RUSSIANROULETTE
19. Actress Kruger and others : ALMAS
20. Canterbury's home : KENT
21. Department head? : TETE
22. South Korea's Roh ___ Woo : TAE
23. Cooling-off periods : ICEAGES
26. "Frasier" producer : ROZ
27. Boiardo's patron : ESTE
29. "Das Rheingold" goddess : ERDA
30. Pasta choice : PENNE
32. They work with many schedules : CPAS
34. Leaf apertures : STOMATA
36. Deep sleeps : SOPORS
39. It's spotted in South America : OCELOT
40. Hunter's companion : SPANIEL
42. Tan too long : BAKE
43. Deep pink : MELON
44. Harem chambers : ODAS
46. Vacationer in a camper, informally : RVER
50. She gave Odysseus a magic veil : INO
51. Skippers : TRUANTS
54. Suffix with urban : ITE
55. Rank leaders?: Abbr. : NCOS
57. 16-Across, to some : DICK
58. Flowed to and fro : TIDED
60. Unstitched? : NAKEDASAJAYBIRD
63. Missouri feeder : OSAGE
64. Ill-fated mission of 1967 : APOLLOONE
65. Porter's "Ev'ry Time ___ Goodbye" : WESAY
66. Sentimental do-gooder : SOBSISTER
1. Place less value on : DERATE
2. Anatomical hangers : UVULAS
3. Lot : KISMET
4. Opera lass who broke a vow : ELSA
5. Formal phrase of identification : ITISI
6. Letters on some liners : TWA
7. Hogs : OINKERS
8. Like junk mail, usually : UNREAD
9. 1992 presidential contender : TSONGAS
10. Chevy vehicle, briefly : SNL
11. Artist Mondrian : PIET
12. Like some modems : EXTERNAL
13. Start liking : COTTONTO
14. Disdain : SNEEZEAT
18. Peyotism practicer : UTE
24. Cut out : CEASE
25. "Baby and Child Care" author : SPOCK
28. Commercial prefix with "car" : ECONO
31. High guy in Dubai : EMEER
33. Run off : PRINT
35. One who's a goner : TOAST
36. Wrecked ship of sitcomdom : SSMINNOW
37. Unsolved crime : OPENCASE
38. Oafs : PALOOKAS
41. Mrs. John Quincy Adams and others : LOUISAS
42. Withdrawal carrying a steep penalty? : BANKJOB
45. From the top, musically : DACAPO
47. Boob tube addict : VIDIOT
48. Ageless, once : ETERNE
49. Comparatively undercooked : REDDER
52. F.D.A. guideline : RDA
53. Pens : STYLI
56. Nintendo rival : SEGA
59. Native Nigerians : IBOS
61. "L.A. Law" actress : DEY
62. Hirschfeld et al. : ALS

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