New York Times, Tuesday, June 20, 2000

Author: Nancy Salomon
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Salomon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQVXZ} This is puzzle # 54 for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. 60's do : AFRO
5. "Cool!" : NEAT
9. Tie at a derby? : ASCOT
14. 1958 chiller, with "The" : BLOB
15. Singer Guthrie : ARLO
16. Melodramatic : SOAPY
17. Baby bear reconnoiterers? : CUBSCOUTS
19. President before Polk : TYLER
20. Person of note? : COMPOSER
22. ___ Diavolo (seafood sauce) : FRA
23. Puts on an act : FAKESIT
26. Conqueror of England, 1066 : NORMAN
28. Actress Lena : OLIN
29. Resorts of sorts : SPAS
32. Give the heave-ho : OUST
33. Cowpoke competitions : RODEOS
36. Klingons and Vulcans : ALIENS
38. Coming-out party? : DEB
39. Baby fox carriers? : KITBAGS
41. Form filer, for short : CPA
44. Platforms : RISERS
46. Lords and ladies : NOBLES
48. Dundee denizen : SCOT
50. Charlie Brown expletive : RATS
52. Security concern : LEAK
53. Player who's good with a bat : HITTER
55. Bishops' subordinates : PRIESTS
58. German cry : ACH
59. B-52, e.g. : WARPLANE
62. Caterpillar competitor : DEERE
64. Baby bird vegetables? : CHICKPEAS
68. Boo-boo : ERROR
69. Computer clickers : MICE
70. Oscar winner Kazan : ELIA
71. Medicine measures : DOSES
72. Said "not guilty," e.g. : PLED
73. It's in a pickle : DILL
1. "N.Y.P.D. Blue" network : ABC
2. Winter woe : FLU
3. Rip off : ROB
4. Really awful : OBSCENE
5. One of the Judds : NAOMI
6. Blows one's top : ERUPTS
7. Kind of clef : ALTO
8. Not sleep peacefully : TOSS
9. Houston player : ASTRO
10. Sauce source : SOY
11. Baby moose movers? : CALFMUSCLES
12. Met productions : OPERAS
13. Tough boss to work for : TYRANT
18. Comedian Bill, informally : COS
21. Naval Academy grad : ENSIGN
23. Escort company : FORD
24. Mother Nature's burn balm : ALOE
25. Baby goat siblings? : KIDBROTHERS
27. "Apollo 13" director Howard : RON
30. Blue Ribbon maker : PABST
31. In the style of : ALA
34. Green-lights : OKS
35. Environmentalists' club name : SIERRA
37. That, to Tomás : ESO
40. Caroler's syllable : TRA
42. Marsh material : PEAT
43. Questions : ASKS
45. ___ Industries (defense contractor) : ITT
47. Censored : BLEEPED
48. Protected from the sun : SHADED
49. "O tempora! O mores!" orator : CICERO
51. Piece together, as tape : SPLICE
54. Water servers : EWERS
56. Sped : RACED
57. Press coverage : INK
60. Dudley Do-Right's org. : RCMP
61. Pop singer Collins : PHIL
63. Seafood delicacy : ROE
65. Actor Wallach : ELI
66. Be laid up : AIL
67. Mule of song : SAL

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