New York Times, Saturday, May 26, 2001

Author: Rich Norris
Editor: Will Shortz
Rich Norris
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 29 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 144 for Mr. Norris. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Study : POREOVER
9. Go this way and that : SLALOM
15. Instantly : INATRICE
16. Hypothyroidism preventer : IODINE
17. Accept recognition : TAKEABOW
18. Like some flaps : GUMMED
19. Alphabetical run : CDE
20. Easy : LENIENT
22. Course often taught by volunteers: Abbr. : ESL
23. Work (out) : HASH
25. A bit, colloquially : SORTA
26. Crown : PATE
27. Early Iroquois foes : ERIES
29. Lab service: Abbr. : ENL
30. Singer Anita : ODAY
31. Casual wear : DENIMS
33. Dilettantes : DABBLERS
35. They're hard to get out of : RUTS
37. Essence : SOUL
38. Insurer's concern : FIRETRAP
42. Adult : XRATED
46. His, in old Rome : AVES
47. Be off : ERR
48. Scotland coronation site until 1651 : SCONE
49. They may be overhead : CAMS
50. Get ready to drive : TEEUP
53. German reunifier : KOHL
54. Bambi's aunt : ENA
55. Daughter of Tethys, in myth : OCEANID
57. ___ cross : TAU
58. Ark site after the conquest of Canaan : SHILOH
60. Crown : MAKEKING
62. Charge : IONIZE
63. Bearing : PRESENCE
64. Known to be in working order : TESTED
65. Squirters : SYRINGES
1. Not on the level? : PITCHED
2. Impetuously, maybe : ONADARE
3. Amasses : RAKESIN
4. Season at a café : ETE
5. Kind of tradition : ORAL
6. Aura, slangily : VIBES
7. Lodge opening? : ECONO
8. Made some new connections : REWIRED
9. Railway tower, in England : SIGNALBOX
10. Yahoo : LOUT
11. Fleet runner: Abbr. : ADM
12. Tangy drink : LIMEADE
13. Like an undistinguished hotel : ONESTAR
14. Sets of numbers : MEDLEYS
21. Old science lab equipment : ETNAS
24. Patricia Hearst, e.g. : HEIRESS
26. "Out of Africa" director : POLLACK
28. Censor's concern : SMUT
32. Like some truths : STRETCHED
34. Stickers : BURS
36. One-piece garment: Var. : SAREE
38. Accepts responsibility : FACESIT
39. Friend of Richard I, in fiction : IVANHOE
40. Detritus : REMAINS
41. Radio components : PREAMPS
43. Street noise : TOOTING
44. Build up : ENHANCE
45. Torrents : DELUGES
51. Like certain math operations : UNARY
52. Closefisted type : PIKER
55. Go very slowly : OOZE
56. First name in 50's TV : DESI
59. Plastered : LIT
61. Scope : KEN

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