New York Times, Monday, March 5, 2001

Author: Sherry O. Blackard
Editor: Will Shortz
Sherry O. Blackard
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FZ} This is puzzle # 6 for Ms. Blackard. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Moon shine : GLOW
5. Trample (on) : STOMP
10. Vile Nile creatures : ASPS
14. "Super" star : NOVA
15. Wood for a storage closet : CEDAR
16. Ark builder : NOAH
17. "Roots" author ___ Haley : ALEX
18. Jim Carrey's pet detective role : ACEVENTURA
20. Angry natives go on them : WARPATHS
22. Cruised the sea : SAILED
23. German "Oh!" : ACH
24. Store department with jackets, ties and such : MENS
25. "The Dead Zone" novelist : STEPHENKING
30. Foxy : SLY
33. Thick soup : PUREE
34. Bridge seat : EAST
35. Peg with a dent on top : TEE
36. Smell : ODOR
37. Light bulb units : WATTS
38. Volcanic flow : LAVA
39. Fishing pole : ROD
40. New York canal : ERIE
41. Instant Messenger user : AOLER
42. Prior to, in poetry : ERE
43. Ralph Bellamy's master detective role : ELLERYQUEEN
45. Tyne of "Judging Amy" : DALY
46. Mo. with most of Leo : AUG
47. Harebrained : ABSURD
50. Deep down : INWARDLY
55. "White Fang" author : JACKLONDON
57. Song with trills : ARIA
58. ___ vera : ALOE
59. End of a hangman's rope : NOOSE
60. ___ a one : NARY
61. On a pension: Abbr. : RETD
62. "Oklahoma!" aunt : ELLER
63. First word of Carroll's "Jabberwocky" : TWAS
1. Chew (on) : GNAW
2. Singer Falana : LOLA
3. Partner of "done with" : OVER
4. Bakery box liner : WAXPAPER
5. Reprove severely : SCATHE
6. Kind of support for a computer user : TECH
7. Lyrical verses : ODES
8. Dallas hoopster, briefly : MAV
9. Things kept under wraps? : PRESENTS
10. Those "agin" it : ANTIS
11. Marvin Gaye music : SOUL
12. Cut back : PARE
13. Roe source : SHAD
19. Da ___, Vietnam : NANG
21. Reason for an ice pack : ACHE
24. "Hey, ___!" : MISTER
25. Way a fern reproduces : SPORE
26. English royal house : TUDOR
27. Eat away at : ERODE
28. Almost : NEARLY
29. Couric of "Today" : KATIE
30. Like week-old doughnuts : STALE
31. Embankment : LEVEE
32. Long (for) : YEARN
37. Burned at the steakhouse? : WELLDONE
38. Emmy-winning Ed Asner role : LOUGRANT
41. Blue hue : AQUA
43. British peer : EARL
44. Apparent sleepyhead : YAWNER
45. Hit with the fists : DUKED
47. Not quite closed : AJAR
48. Barn dance seat : BALE
49. Dundee denizen : SCOT
50. One getting bags of fan mail : IDOL
51. Bloodhound's asset : NOSE
52. Take a card : DRAW
53. Milano moolah : LIRA
54. Pep rally cheers : YAYS
56. Cambodia's Lon ___ : NOL

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