New York Times, Thursday, February 3, 2000

Author: Thomas W. Schier
Editor: Will Shortz
Thomas W. Schier
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 80, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FJQZ} This is puzzle # 27 for Mr. Schier. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Guitar accessory : CAPO
5. Unoriginal : APISH
10. Land where Moses died : MOAB
14. Tiptop : APEX
15. Kitchen utensil : CORER
16. Playwright's dream : OBIE
17. Darrow client : LOEB
18. Maître's place : ECOLE
19. "Bill & ___ Excellent Adventure" : TEDS
20. 1960's sci-fi series : SPLOSTACE
22. So far : ASYET
23. Reasons : WHYS
24. Copy to a floppy : SAVE
26. S.&L. offerings : CDS
29. McCowen of "Frenzy" : ALEC
31. Foursome : TETRAD
35. Allow to pass : LETBY
37. Wild about : INTO
39. Princess loved by Hercules : IOLE
40. Third man : ABEL
41. Do detective work : SNOOP
42. Solitaire item : OPAL
43. Jorge's hand : MANO
44. Alaska radar station site : ATTU
45. Hägar's dog : SNERT
46. Long-winded : PROLIX
48. Linen hue : ECRU
50. Classified abbr. : RMS
51. Rising locale? : OVEN
53. County bordering London : KENT
55. N.F.L. QB Young : STEVE
58. Arrives ahead of schedule : EGETSARLY
63. Colleague of Dashiell : ERLE
64. Square (with) : AGREE
65. Onetime Korean president : RHEE
66. Move, in Realtor lingo : RELO
67. Warms up : PREPS
68. Reverberation : PEAL
69. Doctor's ___ : EXAM
70. Rowing crew : EIGHT
71. Satirist from Canada : SAHL
1. Ripken, Jr. and Sr. : CALS
2. Per unit : APOP
3. Sunburn result : PEEL
4. U-shaped river bend : OXBOW
5. Vinegar radical : ACETYL
6. Example : POCASEINT
7. ___-Z (auto) : IROC
8. Three-time French Open winner : SELES
9. Domain of Otto I: Abbr. : HRE
10. Start, as a chain of events : MOTSETION
11. Observe : OBEY
12. Flunky : AIDE
13. Bet or buy lead-in : BEST
21. Traveling carriage : SHAY
22. Old greeting : AVE
25. Superimposed on : ATOP
26. Get tough, with "down" : CLAMP
27. Preclude : DEBAR
28. Gregg grad : STENO
30. Exchange for 10 sawbucks : CNOTE
32. Cowboy : ROPER
33. Sleep spoiler : ALARM
34. Shoulder muscles, briefly : DELTS
36. Jack Benny's theme song : BLOLOVEOM
38. Write or call : TOUCKEEPH
41. ___-Coburg-Gotha : SAXE
45. Arizona N.B.A.'ers : SUNS
47. "___ got it!" : IVE
49. Take back to the lab : RETEST
52. Inamorata of Valentino : NEGRI
54. Diamond protection : TARPS
55. Drought-ridden : SERE
56. "The Lost World" menace : TREX
57. "___ in London" (jazz album) : ELLA
59. Hurler Maddux : GREG
60. Actress Perlman : RHEA
61. Mrs. Rabin : LEAH
62. Cheerleader's routine : YELL
64. Bruiser : APE

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