New York Times, Tuesday, February 20, 2001

Author: Steven Dorfman
Editor: Will Shortz
Steven Dorfman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {BFQVZ} Spans: 3 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Dorfman. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "A Jug of Wine, a Loaf of Bread - and Thou" poet : OMAR
5. Fruits by a partridge : PEARS
10. Kind of palm : SAGO
14. Noose material : ROPE
15. 1973 #1 Rolling Stones hit : ANGIE
16. "___ the night before ..." : TWAS
17. The answer is ... : CROSSWORDCLUESS
20. Twinkies maker : HOSTESS
21. White-haired fellow, maybe : GRANDPA
22. Where a brood is raised : NEST
23. Visible : SEEN
24. Berth place : SLIP
27. Conversationalist : TALKER
32. Inquires : ASKS
36. Whizzes : ACES
38. Skater Harding : TONYA
39. With 62-Across, the question is ... (!) : WHATISACATEGORY
42. Like "E pluribus unum" : LATIN
43. Ship of 1492 : NINA
44. Dumb ___ (stupidheads) : OXES
45. Minimovies : SHORTS
47. Items in a 22-Across : EGGS
49. Elevator man : OTIS
51. Storybook bear : PAPA
55. Went down the easy way : COASTED
59. With ice cream : ALAMODE
62. See 39-Across : ONJEOPARDYTODAY
64. Lee or Musial : STAN
65. "___ a Symphony" (1965 hit) : IHEAR
66. Like overused gym clothes : RIPE
67. Cause for a lawsuit : TORT
68. Cry of a blamer : NOTME
69. Dines : EATS
1. Symphony performer: Abbr. : ORCH
2. Idiot : MORON
3. Strike ___ (what models do) : APOSE
4. Takes five : RESTS
5. Dog's "dogs" : PAWS
6. Son of Seth : ENOS
7. Cabinet Dept. : AGR
8. Part of a roof : RIDGE
9. Hush-hush : SECRET
10. Phaser setting, on "Star Trek" : STUN
11. Impressed : AWED
12. [I'm shocked! Shocked!] : GASP
13. Peak in Greek myth : OSSA
18. Math groups : SETS
19. Covered with wool : LANATE
23. Homo sapiens, for example : SPECIES
25. Syllables meaning "I forgot the words" : LAS
26. Sammy Davis Jr.'s "Yes ___" : ICAN
28. Lion, for MGM, e.g. : LOGO
29. Fort ___ (gold site) : KNOX
30. Fictional Jane : EYRE
31. They're caught on beaches : RAYS
32. Punch tools : AWLS
33. Ex-head of Iran : SHAH
34. The Green Hornet's valet : KATO
35. Awaken : STIR
37. Participated in a choir : SANG
40. Completely : INTOTO
41. "___, you're it!" : TAG
46. Attempt to mediate : STEPIN
48. Small fight : SPAT
50. Gem State : IDAHO
52. Love, in Livorno : AMORE
53. Lecterns : PODIA
54. Fix to suit : ADAPT
55. Price : COST
56. Knowing about : ONTO
57. Leaving a small opening : AJAR
58. Dispatched : SENT
59. 21-Across of 6-Down : ADAM
60. It's plucked : LYRE
61. Peepers : EYES
63. Abbr. after some military names : RET

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