New York Times, Friday, April 21, 2000

Author: Mark Diehl
Editor: Will Shortz
Mark Diehl
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 26 for Mr. Diehl. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Words of encouragement : YOUGOGIRL
10. When it's dark, in Darmstadt : NACHT
15. "Psycho" co-star, 1998 : ANNEHECHE
16. Daytime TV staple : OPRAH
17. Church properties : RECTORIES
18. Wheel and deal : TRADE
19. Vincent Lopez's theme song : NOLA
20. Loose-lipped : BLABBY
22. It comes straight from the horse's mouth : BIT
23. Anthony who sang "What Kind of Fool Am I" : NEWLEY
25. "All the Things You ___" : ARE
26. Axis/Allies war zone: Abbr. : ETO
27. It's inspired : AIR
28. Interstate sight : EXITRAMP
30. Flower part : CALYX
33. An hors d'oeuvre : PATE
34. Division politique : ETAT
35. Seducer of 53-Down : ALEC
36. Fork's place, maybe : RIVER
37. Sign away : CEDE
38. N.Y.C. home of "The Starry Night" : MOMA
39. Golden finish? : AGER
40. Firehouse feature : SIREN
41. Drydock supports : SHORINGS
43. Stretch of turbulent water : RIP
44. "Star Wars" name : HAN
45. Pen : STY
46. Sniff out : DETECT
49. Noted touring dance grp. : ABT
50. Like many grenades : LOBBED
52. Dart : FLIT
54. Gift recipient's question : FORME
56. Small blood vessel : ARTERIOLE
58. Swift reply? : TWEET
59. 1993 Robin Hood player : CARYELWES
60. A lot : SLEWS
61. They can be deep : KNEEBENDS
1. Grandfather's relation? : YARN
2. Result of walking the lead-off batter : ONEON
3. Verbal white flag : UNCLE
4. Robber's need, maybe : GETAWAYCAR
5. "Well, lookee here!" : OHO
6. Giant in baby food : GERBER
7. Without passion : ICILY
8. Three-toed bird : RHEA
9. Bandleader with the #1 hit "Unchained Melody" : LESBAXTER
10. "Hold yer horses!" : NOTYET
11. Loan abbreviation : APR
12. Antarctic seal : CRABEATER
13. Was on Easy Street : HADITMADE
14. David Letterman shtick : THETOPTEN
21. Thorny patch : BRIER
24. Year Agrippina was murdered : LIX
28. Downspout site : EAVES
29. Cook's reference : RECIPEFILE
30. Auto parts : CAMSHAFTS
31. The University of Washington won the first one in 1982 : ALOHABOWL
32. Part of a California grove : LEMONTREE
33. Go along for the ride : PIGGYBACK
36. Totaled : RANTO
40. Take a load off : SIT
42. Specks of land : ISLETS
43. Fly-by-night? : REDEYE
46. Raison ___ : DETRE
47. Goof (around) : CLOWN
48. Like some floors : TILED
51. Fare for regular folks? : BRAN
53. Durbeyfield lass : TESS
55. Plaintive cry : MEW
57. Yankee's foe : REB

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