New York Times, Thursday, March 30, 2000

Author: Randolph Ross
Editor: Will Shortz
Randolph Ross
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JVXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 53 for Mr. Ross. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Team with a bridge in its logo : METS
5. Nurses : SIPS
9. A hill of beans? : LIMAS
14. Impertinent one : SNIP
15. Prefix with angular : EQUI
16. Poker declaration : ICALL
17. Nautilus name : NEMO
18. Dosage amts. : TSPS
19. Sauce with basil : PESTO
20. Worries : BROODS
22. SoHo event : ARTSHOW
24. ___ stare : CONFUSEDLOOK
27. Actor Joe of "Hill Street Blues" : SPANO
28. Allow : ENABLE
32. N.F.C. player : BUC
35. Chip feature : RIDGE
37. Natterjack : TOAD
38. ___ verse : RHYMELESSPOETRY
42. I as in Ithaca : IOTA
43. Betray, in a way : RATON
44. Suffers from : HAS
45. Beachwear : THONGS
48. Large quantities of laughter : GALES
50. ___ check : CARTEBLANCHE
55. Strongly advocate : PUSHFOR
58. Giant race : SLALOM
59. Start of a warning for Paul Revere : ONEIF
60. Cool rapper : ICET
63. Kind of team : FARM
64. Unoriginal : STALE
65. Like some college curricula : CORE
66. "Major" name : URSA
67. Wrestlers' knowledge : HOLDS
68. "From Here to Eternity" actress : KERR
69. Makes known : SAYS
1. "Hardball" broadcaster : MSNBC
2. Summer time in Argentina : ENERO
3. Title character in Shakespeare : TIMON
4. Lampoons : SPOOFS
5. Goes to sea : SETSSAIL
6. They average 100 : IQS
7. Small boxer : PUP
8. Rope source : SISAL
9. Sir Thomas, tea merchant : LIPTON
10. It gives an athlete an edge : ICESKATE
11. British potato dish, informally : MASH
12. Like un monte : ALTO
13. Like off-season business : SLOW
21. Barbizon painter Jules : DUPRE
23. Opponent of Wade : ROE
25. Rear for rear : ENDER
26. Long time : DOGSAGE
29. Two out of two : BOTH
30. Superman's mother : LARA
31. Breyers rival : EDYS
32. Falklands War participant : BRIT
33. Post-accident utterance : UHOH
34. Plasm prefix : CYTO
36. Cornerstone abbr. : ESTAB
39. Son : MANCHILD
40. Person with opinions : POLLSTER
41. 1993 N.B.A. Rookie of the Year : ONEAL
46. Bloopers : GAFFES
47. Theater sign : SRO
49. Things gone awry : SNAFUS
51. Take in : TRICK
52. "Bewitched" aunt : CLARA
53. Hardly refined : HORSY
54. Lady Hamilton and others : EMMAS
55. Ritzy : POSH
56. Golden rule preposition : UNTO
57. Egyptian tomb feature : SEAL
61. Cedar Rapids college : COE
62. Stray : ERR

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