New York Times, Wednesday, July 18, 2001

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JV} This is puzzle # 76 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. C : FAIR
5. Desensitizes : NUMBS
10. "The Alienist" author : CARR
14. One-named supermodel : EMME
15. Rameau work : OPERA
16. Similar (to) : AKIN
17. Hitchcock classic : ROPE
18. Old Testament collection : TORAH
19. Doll's word : MAMA
20. Charades, e.g. : GUESSINGGAME
23. Fjord : INLET
24. Cases for otologists : EARACHES
28. UFO passengers : ETS
29. Wood cutter : ADZ
32. Shining brightly : AGLARE
33. Butt of jokes : STOOGE
36. Welcome words for a buyer : NOTAX
37. Studio order : QUIETONTHESET
40. They're taken in chess : TURNS
41. Fairy : SPRITE
42. Improvise : WINGIT
44. Prefix with center : EPI
45. Bread line locale? : ATM
48. "You're on!" : ITSADEAL
51. Nozzle choice : SPRAY
53. DNA lab result : PERFECTMATCH
56. Olympic Stadium player : EXPO
59. Sport in which competitors dig in their heels : RODEO
60. Location : SITE
61. Big name in perfumes : DIOR
62. NASA gasket : ORING
63. Name in a will : HEIR
64. "The ___ stayeth for no man": William Camden : TIDE
65. Income in Monopoly : RENTS
66. Cellist's direction : ARCO
1. Tabloid duchess : FERGIE
2. Sum : AMOUNT
3. Forces forward : IMPELS
4. Poet Lizette Woodworth ___ : REESE
5. Words of denial : NOTI
6. "___ the Roof" (Drifters hit) : UPON
7. Get together : MERGE
8. "Moon Over Parador" actress : BRAGA
9. Much of Chad : SAHARA
10. Almost made it : CAMECLOSE
11. Rap sheet shorthand : AKA
12. Edge : RIM
13. Genetic info carrier : RNA
21. Like California, to a Hawaiian : STATESIDE
22. Attraction : MAGNETISM
25. Odium : HATE
26. Ezra Pound's "___ Hora" : ERAT
27. Application datum : SEX
30. Semi-colon? : DOT
31. Places for petting : ZOOS
33. Port on the Strait of Malacca : SINGAPORE
34. Econ. figure : GNP
35. To be, at the Sorbonne : ETRE
37. Pack it in : QUIT
38. Pottery class projects : URNS
39. With it : HIP
40. ___-night doubleheader : TWI
43. Holy person? : TERROR
45. More creative, perhaps : ARTIER
46. Scare ___ : TACTIC
47. Rescuee's declaration : MYHERO
49. Ere : AFORE
50. Brought (to) : LEDIN
52. Turkish bigwig : PASHA
54. Copper : CENT
55. Duds : TOGS
56. Summer Conn. clock setting : EDT
57. Hour on a clock : XII
58. Bean holder : POD

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