New York Times, Monday, August 20, 2001

Author: Sherry O. Blackard
Editor: Will Shortz
Sherry O. Blackard
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JKQZ} This is puzzle # 11 for Ms. Blackard. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Peruvian of old : INCA
5. Moody : MOROSE
11. Pinup's leg : GAM
14. Powder base : TALC
15. Gladiatorial sites : ARENAS
16. Prefix with cycle : UNI
17. Landfill's emanation : ODOR
18. Whom a lawyer represents : CLIENT
19. Hostel : INN
20. Pastry named for a French emperor : NAPOLEON
22. Double flat? : DUPLEX
24. Hayloft sites : BARNS
25. Cry out : WAIL
26. School papers : ESSAYS
29. La Guardia or LAX : AIRPORT
32. Trot and canter : GAITS
33. Flippant : SAUCY
35. "___ Te Ching" : TAO
36. Where the Azores are: Abbr. : ATL
37. Sleeping place on a train : BERTH
38. Dictator Amin : IDI
39. "What a dope!" : DUH
40. Texas shrine, with "the" : ALAMO
41. Prison-related : PENAL
43. Provider of "a word" on TV : SPONSOR
45. Modern document senders : FAXERS
46. "Whatcha ___?" : UPTO
47. Golf or polo : SPORT
49. Aries, astrologically : THERAM
51. Sweater named for an English earl : CARDIGAN
55. Gangster's gun : GAT
56. Way off : REMOTE
58. ___ Scotia : NOVA
59. Corp. conglomerate : ITT
60. Fish in streams : TROUTS
61. Field yield : CROP
62. Agent's amount : FEE
63. ___ de corps : ESPRIT
64. Daly of "Judging Amy" : TYNE
1. "I have ___ good authority" : ITON
2. Nothin' : NADA
3. Hoof sound : CLOP
4. Circus performer : ACROBAT
5. Mugging retaliators, maybe : MACERS
6. Acrylic fiber : ORLON
7. Controlling interests? : REINS
8. Early afternoon : ONE
9. Food item named for an English earl : SANDWICH
10. Inlet : ESTUARY
11. Apparatus named for a French physician : GUILLOTINE
12. Actress Bancroft : ANNE
13. Coquette : MINX
21. Places : LAYS
23. Domino dot : PIP
26. "Good grief!" : EGADS
27. Began to take notice : SATUP
28. Figure named for a French government official : SILHOUETTE
29. Garage contents : AUTO
30. Traffic cop's tool : RADAR
31. Slaves away : TOILS
33. Burn slightly : SEAR
34. Shirt part : ARM
37. Apparel named for an American feminist : BLOOMERS
40. Ancient fertility goddess : ASTARTE
41. Cowboy's friend : PARD
42. Gone forever : EXTINCT
44. "All Things Considered" airer : NPR
45. "Hansel and Gretel" locale : FOREST
47. Scrub hard : SCOUR
48. Singer Page : PATTI
49. Cry at the end of a workweek : TGIF
50. Ill will : HATE
52. Bloody : GORY
53. Bard of ___ : AVON
54. Scruff : NAPE
57. Item in a bucket : MOP

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