New York Times, Friday, February 9, 2001

Author: Nelson Hardy
Editor: Will Shortz
Nelson Hardy
TotalDebutLatestCollabs
118/23/19983/29/20051
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
7010120
ScrabbleRebusCirclePangram
1.61102

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 32 Missing: {QVX} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Hardy. NYT links: Across Lite

1
F
2
U
3
Z
4
Z
5
Y
6
W
7
U
8
Z
9
Z
10
Y
11
J
12
A
13
M
14
S
15
T
R
A
U
M
A
T
I
Z
E
16
A
C
U
T
17
C
O
M
B
A
T
A
N
T
S
18
I
T
S
A
19
B
I
S
20
C
O
N
21
F
L
I
C
T
22
C
23
H
I
N
U
24
P
25
S
26
P
O
T
H
O
L
E
27
T
E
A
28
M
A
A
29
S
30
S
O
N
E
S
31
S
A
N
32
T
A
C
L
A
33
U
34
S
35
U
S
S
36
O
C
T
U
P
L
E
37
T
S
38
C
39
R
O
40
S
T
O
N
E
H
E
41
N
42
G
43
E
44
S
O
A
K
45
S
46
R
A
T
E
47
E
E
R
48
O
U
T
S
I
49
D
50
E
51
R
O
S
52
S
S
E
A
53
B
R
A
T
P
A
C
54
K
55
T
A
S
56
E
S
T
E
57
C
L
E
58
A
59
R
A
S
M
60
U
61
D
62
R
E
A
P
63
H
A
N
D
I
N
H
A
N
D
64
S
S
T
S
65
A
T
T
E
N
D
A
N
C
E
© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Kipling poem : FUZZYWUZZY
11. Fixes : JAMS
15. Shock : TRAUMATIZE
16. ___ above : ACUT
17. Firing people? : COMBATANTS
18. Bonnie Tyler's "___ Heartache" : ITSA
19. Recital hall shout : BIS
20. It may be armed : CONFLICT
22. Part of a gym workout : CHINUPS
26. Thing to steer clear of : POTHOLE
27. It may be spiced : TEA
28. "Serpico" author : MAAS
30. Sound units : SONES
31. Annual list preparer : SANTACLAUS
35. Ship letters : USS
36. Nanny's handful, to put it mildly : OCTUPLETS
38. ___-Magnon : CRO
40. Wiltshire wonder : STONEHENGE
44. Profiteers from : SOAKS
46. Time and a half, e.g. : RATE
47. Poetic adverb : EER
48. Partner for high : OUTSIDE
51. It borders Marie Byrd Land : ROSSSEA
53. Demi Moore was in it : BRATPACK
55. Brits' thank-yous : TAS
56. 90° from sur : ESTE
57. Like an unhelpful explanation : CLEARASMUD
62. Win : REAP
63. Together : HANDINHAND
64. High fliers : SSTS
65. Who's there : ATTENDANCE
1. Fraud monitoring agcy. : FTC
2. Tail: Prefix : URO
3. Livingstone resident : ZAMBIAN
4. Conductor Mehta : ZUBIN
5. Singer seen in the 1954 film "Secret of the Incas" : YMASUMAC
6. Peasants' Revolt leader ___ Tyler : WAT
7. Hagen of Broadway : UTA
8. Brass component : ZINC
9. Strangely, Frank Beard is its only beardless member : ZZTOP
10. Like some questions : YESNO
11. Sentence structure? : JAILHOUSE
12. Efforts : ACTIONS
13. They may be pulled : MUSCLES
14. Parts of a union : STATES
21. Shots from the foul line: Abbr. : FTS
22. Some change: Abbr. : CTS
23. "Isn't ___ bit like you and me?" (Beatles lyric) : HEA
24. Bargains : PACTS
25. French toast : SALUT
29. Flavor : SAPOR
32. Began to act : TOOKSTEPS
33. Kind of nerve or artery : ULNAR
34. Tend : SEETO
37. Stephen King title : THESTAND
38. Salad and dessert : COURSES
39. Rapper's noise : RATATAT
41. WKRP news director Les : NESSMAN
42. "You don't say!" : GEE
43. Time : ERA
44. Dries out, with "up" : SOBERS
45. Nurse : SIP
49. Russian retreat : DACHA
50. Quite a display : ECLAT
52. Princess in Woolf's "Orlando" : SASHA
54. ___ State : KENT
58. Stock ending : ADE
59. It's worth very little in Japan : RIN
60. Tar Heels' sch. : UNC
61. He ran with R.M.N. : DDE

Found bugs or have suggestions?

Previous puzzle | Next puzzle