New York Times, Monday, July 16, 2001

Author: Peter Gordon
Editor: Will Shortz
Peter Gordon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQVX} This is puzzle # 62 for Mr. Gordon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Pepsi, e.g. : COLA
5. Bit of parsley : SPRIG
10. Tuxedo shirt fastener : STUD
14. Its capital is Muscat : OMAN
15. Vestige : TRACE
16. Carson's late-night successor : LENO
17. Agitated state : SNIT
18. Man of many words? : ROGET
19. Mystery writer Ambler : ERIC
20. Italian for "pick me up" : TIRAMISU
22. Intelligence : SMARTS
24. Ice cream treat : CONE
25. Public square : PLAZA
26. Secretarial work : TYPING
29. Guards : PROTECTS
32. Arduous : HARD
33. Most likely ones to be invited : ALIST
34. ___ and aah : OOH
35. Boxer Laila ___ : ALI
36. Italian for "to the tooth" : ALDENTE
38. Delta rival : TWA
39. What an air ball doesn't touch : RIM
40. Begin's co-Nobelist in 1978 : SADAT
41. Twosome in the gossip columns : ITEM
42. Parkland birds : PEAFOWLS
44. Olympic prizes : MEDALS
46. Do a do-si-do : DANCE
47. Red Rose : PETE
48. Big name in toy trains : LIONEL
50. Italian for "beautiful singing" : BELCANTO
54. "___ it rich?" : ISNT
55. Poetry Muse : ERATO
57. Copy cats? : MEOW
58. Catcher Tony : PENA
59. Capital near Casablanca : RABAT
60. "You said it, sister!" : AMEN
61. Puffy Combs's first name : SEAN
62. Prepared to pray : KNELT
63. Signals agreement : NODS
1. Price paid : COST
2. All: Prefix : OMNI
3. Lion's den : LAIR
4. Alka-Seltzer, for one : ANTACID
5. Yo-yo necessity : STRING
6. Nonpoetic writing : PROSE
7. Brand of sauce : RAGU
8. Italian ___ : ICE
9. Beats it : GETSLOST
10. Vulgar person : SLEAZE
11. Italian for "baked earth" : TERRACOTTA
12. Military subdivision : UNIT
13. Physicians, briefly : DOCS
21. Tues. preceder : MON
23. Photo finish : MATTE
25. Word processing command : PRINT
26. Choreographer Twyla : THARP
27. New Haven student : YALIE
28. Italian for "first lady" : PRIMADONNA
29. Prayers : PLEAS
30. Sauna item : TOWEL
31. Hoaxes : SHAMS
33. Confuse : ADDLE
36. In unison : ASONE
37. Supreme Court worker : LAWCLERK
41. Creative person : IDEAMAN
43. Card game also called sevens : FANTAN
44. Member of the 500 home run club : MELOTT
45. List abbr. : ETC
47. Corolla part : PETAL
48. "Loose ___ sink ships" : LIPS
49. Fortuneteller's phrase : ISEE
50. Title pig in a 1995 film : BABE
51. Jules Verne captain : NEMO
52. ___ the line (obeyed) : TOED
53. Has : OWNS
56. Dashed : RAN

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