New York Times, Tuesday, July 18, 2000

Author: Richard Silvestri
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Silvestri
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQV} This is puzzle # 92 for Mr. Silvestri. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Game of kings and queens : CHESS
6. Show snide satisfaction : GLOAT
11. Act like : APE
14. Artificial jewelry : PASTE
15. Winchester, for one : RIFLE
16. Lobster ___ Diavolo : FRA
17. Pounce on some mariners' gear : ASSAILASAIL
19. In favor of : FOR
20. Gusto : ZEST
21. Off the leash : LOOSE
23. Where Woodstock can be found : PEANUTS
27. Used a teaspoon : STIRRED
29. Changes : ALTERS
30. Interlaced : TWINED
31. Card catalogue listing : TITLE
32. Fetch : BRING
33. Pompous person : ASS
36. List ender : ETAL
37. Really bad : LOUSY
38. "___ first you don't..." : IFAT
39. Kind of room : REC
40. Bowwow : POOCH
41. Hacienda brick : ADOBE
42. Black belt activity : KARATE
44. Capital of South Dakota : PIERRE
45. Military school : ACADEMY
47. Celebrated Mardi Gras, in a way : PARADED
48. ___ 6 : MOTEL
49. Maintained : HELD
50. Victoria's Secret purchase : BRA
51. Validate, businesswise : AFFIRMAFIRM
58. Resinous substance : LAC
59. Ruin of a statue, perhaps : TORSO
60. Tennessee footballer : TITAN
61. Wapiti : ELK
62. Live : EXIST
63. Sonneteer's Muse : ERATO
1. I.R.S. job applicant, maybe : CPA
2. Owns : HAS
3. Tee preceder : ESS
4. Sched. locale : STA
5. Confiscation : SEIZURE
6. Hawaiian skirt material : GRASS
7. Top 10, e.g. : LIST
8. "Birth ___ Nation" : OFA
9. Actress MacGraw : ALI
10. Revelatory : TELLING
11. Be able to buy some wheels : AFFORDAFORD
12. Simple writing : PROSE
13. Like a ewer : EARED
18. "___ Fall in Love" : LETS
22. Refinable rock : ORE
23. Object of a Latin prayer : PATER
24. Cream of the crop : ELITE
25. Start hammering : ATTACKATACK
26. Carter of sitcoms : NELL
27. Make a rustling sound : SWISH
28. Pint-sized : TINY
30. Armistice : TRUCE
32. Spoils of war : BOOTY
34. Buffalo hockey player : SABRE
35. Spirited horse : STEED
37. Rich soil : LOAM
38. Concept : IDEA
40. Church dignitary : PRELATE
41. When a show is broadcast : AIRDATE
43. Citrus drink : ADE
44. It may be read : PALM
45. Stroll : AMBLE
46. Reef material : CORAL
47. Candidate of 1992 and '96 : PEROT
49. Sound like a snake : HISS
52. CBS competitor : FOX
53. Night that "Miami Vice" was on: Abbr. : FRI
54. Christmas buy : FIR
55. Call ___ day : ITA
56. Betrayer : RAT
57. L-P filler : MNO

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