New York Times, Wednesday, May 10, 2000

Author: Zack Butler
Editor: Will Shortz
Zack Butler
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQVX} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Butler. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Secy., e.g. : ASST
5. Seizure : GRAB
9. Saturday morning favorite in 80's TV : SMURF
14. Comic Rudner : RITA
15. Break in the action : LULL
16. Asian capital : HANOI
17. Utah biking mecca : MOAB
18. Labor action : UNIONIZING
20. Stormy month? : AUGUSTOFWIND
22. Not, in 30-Down : NAE
23. The ___ Reader (magazine) : UTNE
24. With all the edges aligned : NEATLY
28. Blue : INDIGO
30. Blue : SAD
31. Ogle : EYE
32. "___ of the North" (1922 film classic) : NANOOK
35. Let go of : DROP
36. Advice to a western actor? : AUTRYTRYAGAIN
40. Friskies brand : ALPO
41. American cat : OCELOT
42. Last words of a 45-Across : IDO
43. Uncapitalized word in titles : THE
45. See 42-Across : FIANCE
49. "Om," e.g. : MANTRA
51. Shade of red : BARN
53. Dawn goddess : EOS
54. Young female sponsors? : AUSPICEGIRLS
57. "Designing Women" co-star : ANNIEPOTTS
60. Inconsiderate : RUDE
61. Intended : MEANT
62. Auditory : OTIC
63. First place : EDEN
64. ___-Bismol : PEPTO
65. Tahoe gateway : RENO
66. Start of a prank, maybe : DARE
1. Famous suiter? : ARMANI
2. Amerindian language : SIOUAN
3. Put on : STAGED
4. Forbidden: Var. : TABU
5. A deadly sin : GLUTTONY
6. Speak at length : RUNON
7. Subtitle of many biographies : ALIFE
8. Big storm : BLOW
9. Polished : SHINED
10. Protege maker : MAZDA
11. Singular prefix : UNI
12. Darling of Shea : RON
13. Kind of leaf : FIG
19. Guadalajara girl : NINA
21. Some cubes : SUGAR
25. Hatcher of "Lois & Clark" : TERI
26. Center of French resistance in W.W. II : LYON
27. Slangy affirmative : YEP
29. Loving : INTO
30. Hebridean isle : SKYE
33. Oklahoma tribe : OTOE
34. Common Dungeons & Dragons foe : ORC
35. Facts : DATA
36. Joe Tynan's portrayer, 1979 : ALDA
37. Atop : UPON
38. Like patio dining : ALFRESCO
39. Auctioneer's word : GOING
40. Target : AIM
43. Strictly in the style of : TRUETO
44. Door latch : HASP
46. Poet Pablo : NERUDA
47. Further away, in a way : COLDER
48. Ancient Semite : ESSENE
50. Sully : TAINT
51. Essen entreaty : BITTE
52. Muscle protein : ACTIN
55. Needy : POOR
56. Plenty angry : IRED
57. Sound booster : AMP
58. Jacqueline Onassis ___ Bouvier : NEE
59. A few Z's : NAP

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