New York Times, Friday, July 7, 2000

Author: M. Francis Vuolo
Editor: Will Shortz
Michael Vuolo
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 38 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Vuolo. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Golden item in a Rimsky-Korsakov title : COQ
4. It's a part of life : FLORA
9. Bibliographical abbr. : OPCIT
14. With 47-Down, hot : ONA
15. Pacifists' protest : LIEIN
16. Dark times in Dijon : NUITS
17. Like some genetic laws : MENDELIAN
19. Some are thrown for it : ALOOP
20. Became loaded : MADEMILLIONS
22. Gala's husband and portraitist : DALI
23. "Who Will Answer?" singer : EDAMES
27. Pro wrestling's "Raw ___" : ISWAR
31. "I'm all ears!" : DOTELL
32. Fed. auditors : GAO
35. Cardinal's title : HISEMINENCE
37. Duke of ___ (Philip II's adviser) : ALBA
39. Take care of a fly : ZIPUP
40. Barely made it home? : SLID
41. Kind of engineer : BIOCHEMICAL
44. Has too much, briefly : ODS
45. 20 hundredweights : ONETON
46. Ranger, e.g. : NHLER
48. It bought Carnation in 1985 : NESTLE
49. Charge : GOAT
52. Theme of this puzzle : HIDDENHALVES
58. It gets many touchdowns : OHARE
61. Capital : EXCELLENT
62. St. ___ (children's hospital) : JUDES
63. It's everything : BEALL
64. Howard Hughes acquired it : RKO
65. Dawn : ONSET
66. Like a dragon : SCALY
67. Pilothouse abbr. : SSW
1. Part of S.E.C.: Abbr. : COMM
2. Start of a millennium : ONEAD
3. Press conference activity : QANDA
4. Like the artist Rubens : FLEMISH
5. Actress Taylor : LILI
6. Concern of optométrie : OEIL
7. 100 dinars : RIAL
8. Years in Hadrian's reign : ANNI
9. Ad infinitum : ONANDON
10. Beats : PULSATES
11. Half of a 1955 merger : CIO
12. Name in 1995 news : ITO
13. Kitchen amt. : TSP
18. Links locale : DELI
21. Like a mama's boy? : OEDIPAL
24. College near Palo Alto : MENLO
25. Castilian hero : ELCID
26. Olympic racers : SLEDS
28. Dried up : WIZENED
29. "___ sure you know..." : ASIM
30. Defeat again, in a way : REPIN
32. French-speaking locale : GABON
33. Dress with a flare : ALINE
34. Woodwind section : OBOES
36. Often : MUCH
38. When "To be or not to be" is recited : ACTTHREE
42. Least profane : HOLIEST
43. One way to be bound : LEGALLY
47. See 14-Across : ROLL
50. Certifies : AVERS
51. Some races : TENKS
53. They're coming out : DEBS
54. Firm head : EXEC
55. March Madness org. : NCAA
56. Living ___ : HELL
57. Warehouse : STOW
58. Concern of optometría : OJO
59. Barbarian : HUN
60. A lot of junk mail : ADS

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