New York Times, Thursday, July 19, 2001

Author: Marjorie Richter
Editor: Will Shortz
Marjorie Richter
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 3 for Ms. Richter. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Time's 1977 Man of the Year : SADAT
6. Attempt : STAB
10. Festive : GALA
14. Waive one's rites? : ELOPE
15. Obsidian, before cooling : LAVA
16. Huge-screen film format : IMAX
17. Absolute : UTTER
18. Firm head : EXEC
19. Information unit : BYTE
20. Wine shop customer? : SHERRYPICKER
23. Untangle : SORTOUT
24. Andean fauna : LLAMAS
28. Web browser entry : URL
29. What a waste pipe provides : DRAINAGE
31. Melee memento : SCAR
34. Stretch beside the water : COAST
35. Pink-slip : CAN
36. Get kicked? : TAKEITONTHESHIN
40. Mentalist Geller : URI
41. Log holder, perhaps : GRATE
42. Moon, personified : LUNA
43. Loses the right to : FORFEITS
45. Cole Porter, schoolwise : ELI
47. Fried filled-tortilla dish : FLAUTA
48. Kind of diver : DEEPSEA
52. Herring on a fishhook? : DANGLINGSHAD
55. Flight controller? : WING
58. Milk source : GOAT
59. Arthur Ashe's "___ Road to Glory" : AHARD
60. Big yard, perhaps : ACRE
61. Indy 500's 200 : LAPS
62. Scout master? : TONTO
63. Scan, say : READ
64. Vortex : EDDY
65. Keats title starter : ODEON
1. Oobleck's creator : SEUSS
2. Even if, briefly : ALTHO
3. New grandparent, often : DOTER
4. Opening : APERTURE
5. It reigned in the 1790's : TERROR
6. Wasn't up : SLEPT
7. Hack : TAXI
8. "___ plaisir!" : AVEC
9. Strong reaction : BACKLASH
10. "The Prophet" author Kahlil ___ : GIBRAN
11. "Yentl" actress Irving : AMY
12. Global positioning fig. : LAT
13. Good hacker : AXE
21. Deborah's "The King and I" co-star : YUL
22. A-list : ELITE
25. ___ Picchu, Peru : MACHU
26. Time's partner : AGAIN
27. Medicinal plant : SENNA
29. Proscriptions : DONTS
30. Assign stars to : RATE
31. Things : STUFF
32. "Good Christian Men, Rejoice," e.g. : CAROL
33. Director Kurosawa : AKIRA
34. Fur or fleece : COAT
37. Marvin Gaye's "Can ___ Witness?" : IGETA
38. Amorous complication : TRIANGLE
39. Careless : SLIPSHOD
44. Reneged (on) : FUDGED
45. Dark period of poetry : EEN
46. Smooth, in scores : LEGATO
48. Scatterbrained : DITSY
49. Classic western : SHANE
50. Give ___ (heed) : EARTO
51. Accessory : ADDON
53. Cattle driver : GOAD
54. Sgt. Friday's force : LAPD
55. Dove's aversion : WAR
56. It has a chilling effect : ICE
57. Org. that fought the Brady bill : NRA

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