New York Times, Wednesday, August 22, 2001

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 39 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 50 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "Enough already!" : QUITIT
7. Hollywood quadruped : ASTA
11. Mall chain, with "The" : GAP
14. 1844 Verdi work : ERNANI
15. Look ___ (visit) : INON
16. Took mess : ATE
17. Getting a raise, maybe : DESIRE
18. Toast, in a diner : RAFT
19. Good thing to break : PAR
20. Relative of Capri pants : PEDALPUSHERS
23. Slipper part : SOLE
26. Like a triathlete : FIT
27. Jim Davis dog : ODIE
28. 1968 Aretha Franklin hit : CHAINOFFOOLS
33. Muesli morsel : OAT
34. "Bye" words? : OBIT
35. Like crossword solvers : CLEVER
39. Scandinavian currency : ORE
40. Mardi Gras V.I.P. : REX
41. Subj. of a Fortune profile : CEO
42. "Do Ya" rock grp. : ELO
43. Principles : TENETS
45. Dobbin's tow, maybe : SHAY
46. It's atop a face : XII
47. Be a hustler : WHEELANDDEAL
50. Voodoo charm : MOJO
53. Island ring? : LEI
54. Starbucks hardware : URNS
55. President's aide : SPOKESPERSON
60. Eggnog mo. : DEC
61. It's bought in bars : SOAP
62. Like thank-yous : POLITE
66. Sitcom planet : ORK
67. Emphatic assent : SISI
68. Islands off Portugal : AZORES
69. Word in Brazilian place names : SAO
70. George Orwell's alma mater : ETON
71. Doomsayer's sign : REPENT
1. Proof ender : QED
2. Script add-on? : URE
3. November winners : INS
4. Chiang's headquarters : TAIPEI
5. Memo starter : INRE
6. All square : TIED
7. 1948-49 Berlin event : AIRLIFT
8. Shape up : SNAPTO
9. Vegetarian staple : TOFU
10. Small soldiers : ANTS
11. Stared stupidly : GAPED
12. Company built on the profits of Pong : ATARI
13. Intrinsically : PERSE
21. Attach : AFFIX
22. Cheat, slangily : HOSE
23. "Amscray!" : SCOOT
24. Midway alternative : OHARE
25. Go past midnight, maybe : LATEN
29. Iran-contra name : NORTH
30. Having a lot to lose? : OBESE
31. Arctic ___ : OCEAN
32. Former Sen. Bentsen : LLOYD
36. Annoying sort : VEXER
37. Political pawn González : ELIAN
38. Muddies : ROILS
41. Position of authority : CHAIR
44. "Star Wars" critter : EWOK
45. Miss breakfast, say : SLEEPIN
48. Rio Grande city : ELPASO
49. Michelin competitor : DUNLOP
50. Early IBM PC go-with : MSDOS
51. 14-Across, e.g. : OPERA
52. Baseball Hall-of-Famer Conlan : JOCKO
56. ___ quam videri (N.C.'s motto) : ESSE
57. "... and ___ goes" : SOIT
58. It may be rigged : SPAR
59. Primordial stuff : OOZE
63. High dudgeon : IRE
64. Ring count : TEN
65. Body shop fig. : EST

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