New York Times, Thursday, June 28, 2001

Author: Alan Arbesfeld
Editor: Will Shortz
Alan Arbesfeld
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FQVXZ} This is puzzle # 34 for Mr. Arbesfeld. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. It can be poisonous : SUMAC
6. Flight fleet : JETS
10. One with idyll musings? : POET
14. "Cosmicomics" author Calvino : ITALO
15. A few words in passing? : OBIT
16. 1952 Olympics venue : OSLO
17. Whence Sir Walter Scott's Fair Maid : PERTH
18. Zola novel : NANA
19. Warbler : WREN
20. Stoppard play that made money abroad? : THERIYALTHING
23. Letters for Old MacDonald : EIEIO
24. Mimosa-family tree : ACACIA
25. Cukor film that made money abroad? : DINARATEIGHT
29. Encouragement for Escamillo : OLE
30. Three-time Masters champ : SNEAD
31. Part of I.R.T. : RAPID
35. Biblical verb : HATH
37. Indian attire : SARIS
39. Central point : NODE
40. On a 42-Across : ATSEA
42. Knockabout, e.g. : SLOOP
44. Just out : NEW
45. Rolling Stones hit that made money abroad? : RUPEETUESDAY
48. Acid neutralizer : ALKALI
51. Written commentary : NOTES
52. Comedienne who made money abroad? : GUILDERRADNER
56. Give obligingly : LEND
57. Den din : ROAR
58. Much-misunderstood writing : IRONY
61. S-shaped molding : OGEE
62. Tilted position : CANT
63. Follow : ENSUE
64. Microsoft product : WORD
65. Countercurrent : EDDY
66. Swedish imports : SAABS
1. Very small serving : SIP
2. Indian tongue : UTE
3. Strict sergeants, say : MARTINETS
4. Tennis great Gibson : ALTHEA
5. Fortune sharers, perhaps : COHEIRS
6. Mitchell with a guitar : JONI
7. Where bidders wait online : EBAY
8. "Waterworld" actress Majorino : TINA
9. P.O.W.'s place : STALAG
10. Indian confederacy founder : POWHATAN
11. Courtier in "Hamlet" : OSRIC
12. Nicholas Gage novel : ELENI
13. Friendly Islands : TONGA
21. Some horses : ROANS
22. N.E.A. member: Abbr. : TCHR
23. Gulf of Aqaba port : EILAT
25. Qatar's capital : DOHA
26. Pick on : TEASE
27. Country rocker Steve : EARLE
28. No exemplar of erudition : IDIOT
32. Spread on Lake Tahoe : PONDEROSA
33. Head sets? : IDEAS
34. Moist : DEWY
36. Announced : HERALDED
38. Boating locale : SOUND
41. Annual song title starter : AULD
43. State symbols of Indiana : PEONIES
46. Run through : PIERCE
47. Clavicle connectors : STERNA
48. Visibly happy : AGLOW
49. "Hasta ___!" : LUEGO
50. Seven-time N.L. home run champ : KINER
53. It may be hogged : ROAD
54. "We the Living" author : RAND
55. So-o-o-o SoHo : ARTY
59. Gist : NUB
60. Survey choice : YES

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