New York Times, Saturday, July 29, 2000

Author: Rich Norris
Editor: Will Shortz
Rich Norris
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 127 for Mr. Norris. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Emotional : CHOKEDUP
9. Soap operas or movie thrillers, say : ESCAPE
15. Direct an aide to handle : HAVEDONE
16. Unlike nobelium, e.g. : STABLE
17. Routine part : ONELINER
18. Astronomical discovery of 1967 : PULSAR
19. Med. land : ISR
20. Sputnik coverer : TASS
21. Be too much : CLOY
22. Closing notes : CODA
24. Where some eagles are seen : SCORECARDS
28. Go overboard, in a way : EMOTE
30. "It takes ___ know..." : ONETO
31. It may produce a chill : BOO
32. Caesar's salad ingredients? : OVA
34. ___ system : ABO
35. Not clean : LEWD
36. Patio party decorations : CHINESELANTERNS
41. Marxian article : EINE
42. Clamor : HUE
43. Decline : SAG
44. Rare transports, nowadays : ELS
45. Lord's workers : SERFS
47. Bedouin : NOMAD
51. Some convertibles : SLEEPSOFAS
54. Biographical opening? : SEMI
55. All the ___ : SAME
56. Sonar principle : ECHO
58. Recommenda-tions : DOS
59. Split : BISECT
61. Budget items : CHEAPIES
63. Beloved of Aphrodite : ADONIS
64. Synthetic : TESTTUBE
65. One who gets the message? : SENDEE
66. Won't forgive : STAYSMAD
1. Superior : CHOICE
2. Central Park sight : HANSOM
3. Be intemperate : OVERDO
4. Nickelodeon's Kenan and ___ : KEL
5. Put in or take out : EDIT
6. Toledo titles : DONAS
7. Paris-based grp. since 1946 : UNESCO
8. Things : PERSONALEFFECTS
9. Head-to-head phenomenon? : ESP
10. Like some walls : STUCCO
11. Plant with arrow-shaped leaves : CALLA
12. Cushion : ABSORBER
13. Minimize : PLAYDOWN
14. "...all that wealth ___ gave": Gray : EER
23. Answer (for) : ATONE
25. Country name : REBA
26. Short jackets : ETONS
27. Chaps, in British slang : SODS
29. Threshold : EVE
33. Fire proof : ASHES
35. They snap together : LEGOS
36. Copyright indicators : CEES
37. Slope : HILLSIDE
38. Readily gettable : INSEASON
39. Buck overseas? : EURO
40. Get darker : TAN
45. Coin : SPECIE
46. Scented pad : SACHET
48. Person with a message : MEDIUM
49. Item on a lab slide : AMOEBA
50. Put down, slangily : DISSED
52. Fix : EMEND
53. "___ Lady" (1971 hit) : SHESA
57. Like some high-fiber cereal : OATY
59. Humanities degs. : BAS
60. Literary monogram : TSE
62. Liq. measures : PTS

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