New York Times, Wednesday, August 1, 2001

Author: William I. Johnston
Editor: Will Shortz
William I. Johnston
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJQVXZ} Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Johnston. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Yogurt fruit : KIWI
5. Outpouring : SPATE
10. Kind of page : OPED
14. Leprechaun's land : ERIN
15. Rhodes of Rhodesia : CECIL
16. Where a puppy may be picked up : NAPE
17. Not a niche audience : MASSMARKET
19. Hot times in Haiti : ETES
20. Locker room activity : PEPTALK
21. Without a contract : ONSPEC
23. Ogle : EYE
24. Private places : SANCTA
26. Get-up-and-go : OOMPH
29. Third-century date : CCI
30. Clobbers : ROUTS
33. Madrid Mrs. : SRA
34. They'll knock you out : ETHERS
37. "Guilty," e.g. : PLEA
38. Many a Louis : ROI
39. Kettles ... or the theme of this puzzle : MAANDPA
41. Belushi venue, for short : SNL
42. May race, informally : INDY
44. Well-tossed pigskin : SPIRAL
45. Lilly of pharmaceuticals : ELI
46. Bill Haley bandmate : COMET
48. In need of salting, maybe : ICY
49. Modern news source : MSNBC
51. More than 25% of immigrants to the U.S. : ASIANS
53. Spreadsheet part: Abbr. : COL
54. Sign up : ENROLL
56. The U.S., to Mexicans : ELNORTE
60. Dayan contemporary : MEIR
61. It may become a queen : PASSEDPAWN
64. Penny-pinching : MEAN
65. Plantain lily : HOSTA
66. Arthurian lady : ENID
67. It's under the Ponte Vecchio : ARNO
68. Rubber hub : AKRON
69. Grooves on : DIGS
1. Dole's 1996 running mate : KEMP
2. "Dies ___" : IRAE
3. Skinny one : WISP
4. Marching together : INSTEP
5. Map info : SCALE
6. Dental plan, maybe : PERK
7. When doubled, defensive fire : ACK
8. 50-50, e.g. : TIE
9. Lyrical John : ELTON
10. Like some shopping : ONESTOP
11. 1968 presidential candidate : PATPAULSEN
12. Fencing need : EPEE
13. Progeny: Abbr. : DESC
18. Wanton destruction : MAYHEM
22. A.T.M. maker : NCR
24. Nature films, perhaps : SCENICS
25. Hang in the breeze : AIRDRY
26. "Hamlet" courtier : OSRIC
27. Maine town : ORONO
28. Robin's sweetheart : MAIDMARIAN
29. "Taxi" singer : CHAPIN
31. Potato sack wt., maybe : TENLB
32. ___ law (old Frankish code) : SALIC
35. Profs' help : TAS
36. Sauna site : SPA
40. Amaretto flavor : ALMOND
43. Kind of question : YESORNO
47. Up to, for short : TIL
50. Like a mansard roof : SLOPED
52. Greek leader : ALPHA
53. Untainted : CLEAN
54. 1998 role for Uma : EMMA
55. ___-do-well : NEER
56. Idaho motto starter : ESTO
57. Indian princess : RANI
58. Bit of wicker : TWIG
59. Winds up : ENDS
62. Just fine : AOK
63. Pre-Yeltsin abbr. : SSR

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