New York Times, Thursday, March 15, 2001

Author: Cathy Millhauser
Editor: Will Shortz
Cathy Allis
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 64 for Ms. Allis. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Double dates : TWOS
5. Old newspaper sections : ROTOS
10. Something to nibble on with Beaujolais : EDAM
14. "Alfred" and "Judith" composer : ARNE
15. Grown : ADULT
16. ___ Minor : URSA
17. Agitate : RILE
18. Lofty : NOBLE
19. Pipsqueak : RUNT
20. "Flood cleanup wears me out!" : STORMDRAINS
23. Line on an invoice : NET
24. "Gotcha!" : AHA
25. Bridal path : AISLE
26. Wilt Chamberlain was one : LAKER
28. Big name in fine china : LENOX
30. Strut : PARADE
31. "Health club exercise is so boring!" : BICYCLETIRES
36. Jazzman Allison : MOSE
39. Franz of operetta fame : LEHAR
40. Tout's concern : ODDS
41. "Military service leaves me pooped!" : ARMYFATIGUES
44. Zip-zip : SPEEDY
45. Sweethearts : LOVES
49. Lamb Chop enlivener Lewis : SHARI
50. Phone menu imperative : PRESS
54. ___ sense : INA
55. One sense, figuratively : EAR
56. "Driving takes away all your energy!" : CAREXHAUSTS
59. As one, at Orly : UNIS
61. Old-style copier : MIMEO
62. Reformer Jacob : RIIS
63. Ordered to go : SENT
64. Pretty blue : AZURE
65. Memo starter : INRE
66. Irritable : EDGY
67. Battery components? : TESTS
68. Kind of money : SEED
1. Of the ankle : TARSAL
2. Squirm : WRITHE
3. Out, at the library : ONLOAN
4. One who gets what's coming : SEER
5. Actress Oakes of "CHiPs" : RANDI
6. Kitchens have them : ODORS
7. Like some pregnancies : TUBAL
8. Football Hall-of-Famer Matson : OLLIE
9. 1930's Goldwyn star Anna : STEN
10. It now has a Union: Abbr. : EUR
11. Soak : DRUNKARD
12. Painkiller dosage phrase : ASNEEDED
13. Sleep on it : MATTRESS
21. Long, for short : MAXI
22. Louver part : SLAT
27. Certain vocal part : ARIOSO
29. Submissive type : OBEYER
30. It borders the state of Amazonas : PERU
32. Kind of pot : CLAY
33. Still : YET
34. Greek antepenultimate : CHI
35. Stay behind : LAG
36. She kneads people : MASSEUSE
37. Left alone : ORPHANED
38. Campaign dirty tricks : SMEARING
42. Money guarantor, for short : FDIC
43. Designer Schiaparelli : ELSA
46. Blur remover : VISINE
47. Complete : ENTIRE
48. Got smart with : SASSED
50. Cup or purse : PRIZE
51. Twin of myth : REMUS
52. Put forth, in a way : EXERT
53. They may be tapped for the stage : SHOES
57. Third in a Latin recital : AMAT
58. "Trinity" novelist : URIS
60. What a mess! : STY

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