New York Times, Thursday, July 5, 2001

Author: Peter Gordon
Editor: Will Shortz
Peter Gordon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {FJQXZ} This is puzzle # 61 for Mr. Gordon. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Suffix on color names : ISH
4. Shoot upward : ROCKET
10. 1950, in copyrights : MCML
14. DVD maker : RCA
15. In : ATHOME
16. Role for Ingrid : ILSA
17. N.Y.C. subway inits. : IRT
18. Moves suddenly : STARTS
19. Eartha Kitt role : CATWOMAN
20. Summer vacation locale : SEASHORE
22. Peter the Great, e.g. : TSAR
24. Fox's prey : HARE
25. 1980 Erich Segal novel : MANWOMANANDCHILD
29. A little over half the world : WOMANKIND
31. Time, in Torino : ORA
32. ___ Tomé : SAO
33. Mister : SIR
35. Deep blue : ANIL
36. Dict. listing : SYN
37. Percy Sledge hit of 1966 : WHENAMANLOVESAWOMAN
41. Star of "The Facts of Life" : RAE
42. Where E*Trade is traded: Abbr. : NYSE
43. Letter abbr. : ENC
44. Howard Hughes once controlled it : TWA
45. "Don't Bring Me Down" grp. : ELO
46. Kodak founder : EASTMAN
50. Ang Lee film, 1994 Best Foreign Film nominee : EATDRINKMANWOMAN
55. Sports org. since 1906 : NCAA
56. Unexciting : SOSO
57. Eliminates : RULESOUT
59. Place for a Christmas card : MANTEL
61. Aggravation : TSURIS
63. It might be picked apart : ORE
64. Attack : GOAT
65. City whose name is Siouan for "a good place to dig potatoes" : TOPEKA
66. End of a four-day hol., maybe : TUE
67. Mice catchers : OWLS
68. Degrades : ABASES
69. Draft org. : SSS
1. Edna O'Brien or Sinéad O'Connor : IRISHWOMAN
2. Shrill sound : SCREAK
3. John Wayne film set in Africa : HATARI
4. Rubella symptom : RASH
5. Place to put the feet up : OTTOMAN
6. Office building cleaner : CHARWOMAN
7. Asian peninsula : KOREA
8. CPR performer : EMT
9. Go out and back in an Outback, perhaps : TESTDRIVE
10. Book before Nahum : MICAH
11. "___ Explains It All" (cable series) : CLARISSA
12. Phoenix setting: Abbr. : MST
13. Song and album by the Doors : LAWOMAN
21. Meaning : SENSE
23. Like a 3-4-5 triangle : SCALENE
26. Verboten thing : NONO
27. One who's not in the habit of wearing a habit : LAYWOMAN
28. Mafia leader : DON
30. Some fund-raisers : DINNERS
34. "GoodFellas" co-star : RAYLIOTTA
35. Cakes' partner : ALE
37. Electric guitar attachment : WAWA
38. Protect from the air, in a way : HEATSEAL
39. Singer Marilyn : MANSON
40. Skims : SCANS
41. Map abbr. : RTE
47. Darts : SCOOTS
48. Mother's Day baby, e.g. : TAURUS
49. Dugongs' kin : MANATEES
51. Noodleheads : DOLTS
52. Drummer Gene : KRUPA
53. Fertilizes : MANURES
54. Feminine : WOMANLIKE
58. Those, to José : ESAS
59. Tropical fruit : MANGO
60. Wrecker's job : TOW
62. Word with sister or story : SOB

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