New York Times, Thursday, August 16, 2001

Author: Joe DiPietro
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe DiPietro
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 4 This is puzzle # 50 for Mr. DiPietro. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Staff figure : GCLEF
6. Hull hazard : FLOE
10. Cast off : SHED
14. Steamed : IRATE
15. Expression : LOOK
16. Rhode Island's motto : HOPE
17. Be affected by electrical attraction? : GOWHERETHEIONIS
20. Time or life follower : SPAN
21. It may be tipped : HAT
22. Next up : ONDECK
23. Israel's Netanyahu, familiarly : BIBI
25. Profit share : CUT
26. Bishop preparing to hold a yard sale? : PRICINGCATHOLIC
34. Young 'un : LAD
35. Architectural order : DORIC
36. An inspiration to Beethoven : ELISE
37. Server's edge, to Sampras : ADIN
39. Broods : SULKS
41. Sen. Bayh : EVAN
42. Windows applications? : TINTS
44. Track specialist : MILER
46. Work on a platter : EAT
47. Workout for bratty kids at a mountain resort? : HIGHIMPAEROBICS
50. Day-care diversion : TOY
51. F.B.I. figures : GMEN
52. Draft : DRAWUP
56. Shad ___ : ROE
58. Part of a Latin trio : AMAS
61. Apt title for this puzzle : DISAPPEARINGACT
64. Warts and all : ASIS
65. No good deed : EVIL
66. Dress with a flare : ALINE
67. Positive reply : YEAH
68. Turn down : DENY
69. Moisten : BEDEW
1. Band's schedule : GIGS
2. Field goal? : CROP
3. Like most citizens : LAWABIDING
4. Like some cuisine : ETHNIC
5. Charge : FEE
6. Pet peeve? : FLEA
7. Football great Ronnie : LOTT
8. Swooning sound : OOH
9. Barely make : EKEOUT
10. Like many horses : SHOD
11. Perfect : HONE
12. Big production : EPIC
13. Education station : DESK
18. They're thick-skinned : RHINOS
19. With 55-Down, where some things come out : INTHE
24. Two hearts, e.g. : BID
25. Coop cry : CACKLE
26. "The Bell Jar" writer : PLATH
27. Arm bones : RADII
28. Cross : GRUMPY
29. Paramecia features : CILIA
30. Word of encouragement : OLE
31. Help that's always available : LIVEINMAID
32. Father of famous twins : ISAAC
33. Some change : CENTS
38. Greatest possible : NTH
40. "The Battleship Potemkin" director Eisenstein : SERGEI
43. Get out of a slump? : SITUP
45. It stores data permanently : ROM
48. Disposed of, with "up" : MOPPED
49. Snoopy, e.g. : BEAGLE
52. Time of reckoning : DDAY
53. Hillock : RISE
54. What one of the five Olympic rings stands for : ASIA
55. See 19-Down : WASH
56. Picnicker's worry : RAIN
57. It's near Paris : ORLY
59. Rough problem to face? : ACNE
60. Brood : STEW
62. Member of the first family : EVE
63. Collar : NAB

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