New York Times, Monday, June 11, 2001

Author: Gregory E. Paul
Editor: Will Shortz
Gregory E. Paul
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQWZ} This is puzzle # 94 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Open, as a toothpaste tube : UNCAP
6. Mare's meal : OATS
10. Price : COST
14. Oyster's prize : PEARL
15. Aberdeen native : SCOT
16. Killer whale : ORCA
17. Today's slide rule : CALCULATOR
19. Unkind : MEAN
20. Busch Stadium team: Abbr. : STL
21. Sunbeam : RAY
22. Oolong brewers : TEAPOTS
24. Foot the bill : PAY
25. Silents star ___ Bara : THEDA
26. Stopping at nothing : RUTHLESS
30. Pie nuts : PECANS
34. Butter look-alike : OLEO
35. Use a library : READ
37. Sen. Thurmond : STROM
38. "At once!" : STAT
39. Binge : SPREE
41. "Whip It" rock group : DEVO
42. Typo : ERROR
44. Money drawer : TILL
45. ___ the beginning (present from the start) : INAT
46. Daytona 500 acronym : NASCAR
48. Elizabeth II, to Elizabeth I : NAMESAKE
50. Alpha's opposite : OMEGA
52. Sort : ILK
53. Bottle cork : STOPPER
56. Jackie's second : ARI
57. Home of the Knicks: Abbr. : MSG
60. Sun dancer : HOPI
61. Today's telex : FAXMACHINE
64. Merle Haggard's "___ From Muskogee" : OKIE
65. Falco of "The Sopranos" : EDIE
66. Steel girder : IBEAM
67. Kind of pressure : PEER
68. Bridle strap : REIN
69. Hammer's partner : TONGS
1. They come in bars: Abbr. : UPCS
2. Not having a hair out of place : NEAT
3. Telephone : CALL
4. Path of a football pass : ARC
5. Like mice and geese : PLURAL
6. "___ can you see ..." : OSAY
7. Misbehave, with "up" : ACT
8. Molar, e.g. : TOOTH
9. "Sophie's Choice" star : STREEP
10. Today's record : COMPACTDISK
11. Cookie with a creamy middle : OREO
12. "Go away!" : SCAT
13. Turns bronze : TANS
18. Strata : LAYERS
23. Fruit juices : ADES
24. Today's mimeograph : PHOTOCOPIER
25. Catherine the Great, e.g. : TSARINA
26. Al of the Indians : ROSEN
27. The "U" in UHF : ULTRA
28. Eye drops : TEARS
29. Aug. follower : SEPT
31. Boxing site : ARENA
32. Former CNN show "Evans & ___" : NOVAK
33. Walloped, old-style : SMOTE
36. Crème ___ crème : DELA
40. New York city where Mark Twain lived : ELMIRA
43. Wheelchair access : RAMP
47. Illicit cigarette : REEFER
49. Draw out : ELICIT
51. A+ or C- : GRADE
53. Home ec's counterpart : SHOP
54. Use a 47-Down : TOKE
55. Sheriff Taylor's son : OPIE
56. Evangelical's cry : AMEN
57. Demeanor : MIEN
58. Fly in the ointment : SNAG
59. Rubies and such : GEMS
62. Midnight, on a grandfather's clock : XII
63. "The Sopranos" network : HBO

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