New York Times, Tuesday, April 24, 2001

Author: Tyler Hinman
Editor: Will Shortz
Tyler Hinman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Hinman. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Words on a book jacket : BLURB
6. Roberts of "The Mexican" : JULIA
11. Campaign contributor, maybe : PAC
14. Postal scale unit : OUNCE
15. Furious : IRATE
16. Building add-on : ELL
17. Lawyer's wear? : TRIALBLAZER
19. ___ king : ALA
20. Bewitch : HEX
21. Entirely : FULLY
22. Big hairstyles : AFROS
24. Rotating part under the hood : CAM
25. Poles with footrests : STILTS
26. One sharing Iranian money? : RIALSPLITTER
32. Old-fashioned tie : ASCOT
33. Hosiery shade : ECRU
34. "My word!" : EGAD
38. Ambulance supplies : KITS
39. Winged : AVIAN
40. "Star Trek" navigator : SULU
41. To be, in 49-Down : ESSE
42. Navigator's position : HELM
43. Takes on : HIRES
44. Journal entry? : DIARYPRODUCT
47. Join the army, say : ENLIST
50. Supped : ATE
51. Instrument with hammers : PIANO
52. Silk-producing city : LYONS
55. Points scored for a safety : TWO
58. Critical campaign mo. : OCT
59. One who's tempting NBC's Williams? : BRIANTEASER
62. Psi's preceder : CHI
63. Grocery part : AISLE
64. Showing awe : AGAPE
65. Mother ptarmigan : HEN
66. They're shown to a novice : ROPES
67. Wrongs : TORTS
1. Not just one : BOTH
2. Tackle box item : LURE
3. Computer operating system developed by Bell Labs : UNIX
4. Electronics brand : RCA
5. City of Ulster : BELFAST
6. She tumbled after Jack : JILL
7. Russia's ___ Mountains : URAL
8. Indolent : LAZY
9. Suffix on names of 57-Down : ITE
10. Make bubbly : AERATE
11. Necklace item : PEARL
12. Mete out : ALLOT
13. '02 or '03, e.g. : CLASS
18. Road caution : BUMP
23. Warm place on a winter's night : FIRESIDE
24. Neared, with "on" : CLOSEDIN
25. Surprise greatly : STUN
26. Fall tool : RAKE
27. Egyptian deity : ISIS
28. New Testament book : ACTS
29. Part of a voting machine : LEVER
30. How to respond to an insult : ICILY
31. Lady's mate, in a Disney film : TRAMP
35. Wise one : GURU
36. A Baldwin : ALEC
37. Do some housecleaning : DUST
39. At the drop of ___ : AHAT
43. Position of pressure : HOTSEAT
45. Weather map line : ISOBAR
46. Emulate Dennis Miller : RANT
47. Period in history : EPOCH
48. Suitable place : NICHE
49. See 41-Across : LATIN
52. Speech problem : LISP
53. Harvard rival : YALE
54. Washington bills : ONES
55. Nicholas II was the last one : TSAR
56. "Jesus ___" (shortest verse in the Bible) : WEPT
57. See 9-Down : ORES
60. Brazilian city, familiarly : RIO
61. In the past : AGO

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