New York Times, Monday, July 24, 2000

Author: Gregory E. Paul
Editor: Will Shortz
Gregory E. Paul
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQVX} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 84 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Dept. of Labor division : OSHA
5. Be ill-humored : SULK
9. Bloodhound's clue : SCENT
14. Erupt : SPEW
15. Shortly : ANON
16. Handles the situation : COPES
17. Go around the Internet : SURF
18. Monopoly equipment : DICE
19. Ralph's wife, on "The Honeymooners" : ALICE
20. Nonstop : AROUNDTHECLOCK
23. 1970 Kinks hit : LOLA
24. Rooster's mate : HEN
25. Little League coach, often : DAD
28. Firefighter, at times : RESCUER
31. Sault ___ Marie : STE
34. Change with the times : ADAPT
36. Broke bread : ATE
37. Fisherman's bucketful : BAIT
38. Nonstop : MONTHAFTERMONTH
42. Willy of "Free Willy" : ORCA
43. Perceive : SEE
44. Suitably : APTLY
45. Hillary Clinton, ___ Rodham : NEE
46. ___ tank : SHERMAN
49. Sushi fish : EEL
50. Instigate litigation : SUE
51. Spring bloom : IRIS
53. Nonstop : DAYINANDDAYOUT
60. Main impact : BRUNT
61. Ill-mannered : RUDE
62. Lasso : ROPE
63. "Last ___ in Paris" : TANGO
64. Comparable : AKIN
65. Submachine guns : UZIS
66. Out-and-out : UTTER
67. Sugar source : BEET
68. Repressed, with "up" : PENT
1. Mount in Greek myth : OSSA
2. It's used with a "giddyup!" : SPUR
3. Medal recipient : HERO
4. More than bad : AWFUL
5. Word before shoe or soap : SADDLE
6. #19 of the Colts : UNITAS
7. ___ Ness : LOCH
8. Where a cap is found on the body : KNEE
9. Tackle box gizmo : SCALER
10. : : COLON
11. Grand in scale : EPIC
12. Bottle part : NECK
13. When doubled, an African fly : TSE
21. Toward cooler weather, say : NORTH
22. "Give me an A...," e.g. : CHEER
25. Matt of "The Talented Mr. Ripley" : DAMON
26. Like a lot : ADORE
27. "Shall we ___?" : DANCE
29. Handle the food for a party : CATER
30. Rocky Mountain Indian : UTE
31. "À votre ___" (toast) : SANTE
32. Card catalogue entry : TITLE
33. Kind of alcohol : ETHYL
35. Kind of meeting at a school : PTA
37. Certain jazz : BOP
39. Pale-faced : ASHEN
40. Service charge : FEE
41. Pokémon card collecting, e.g. : MANIA
46. Gentleman caller : SUITOR
47. Annapolis student : MIDDIE
48. Gung-ho : ARDENT
50. "The Playboy of the Western World" author : SYNGE
52. Pancake topper : SYRUP
53. "Doggone it!" : DRAT
54. Em, to Dorothy : AUNT
55. Palestinian : ARAB
56. Deadly missile : NUKE
57. Trickle : OOZE
58. ___ arms (angry) : UPIN
59. Audition : TEST
60. A.C. capacity : BTU

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