New York Times, Friday, August 3, 2001

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 27 Missing: {BFQWXZ} This is puzzle # 77 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Off-topic remark? : IDIGRESS
9. Elbow : JOSTLE
15. "Eleni" star : NELLIGAN
16. Person of great interest? : USURER
17. Combined : ALLINONE
18. Time piece? : MINUTE
19. It's not clean : SMUT
20. Unforested tract : STEPPE
22. Enumeration follower : ETC
23. Some bridge players : EASTS
25. Program problem : ERROR
26. Court ruling? : LET
27. Anglers' burdens : CREELS
29. Strauss's "___ Heldenleben" : EIN
30. Word with bed or saddle : SORE
31. Critics, often : RATERS
33. Dissolve : SEVER
34. Family name of 50's-60's TV : CLEAVER
37. Shake alternatives : MALTEDS
39. Entertainers : HOSTS
40. Clothing category : MISSES
42. Broadway opener : ACTI
43. Small hearing aid? : MIC
44. Draws out : EDUCES
48. Long-jawed swimmer : GAR
49. It may be in the closet : LINEN
51. Lover of lean cuisine : SPRAT
52. Loss leader? : ATA
53. Restless : UNEASY
55. Damaged by drought : SERE
56. Newspaper ads figure : LINAGE
58. Equestrian exhibition : GYMKHANA
60. Big feller? : LOGGER
61. Start of a letter accompanying a manuscript : ENCLOSED
62. Golf legend's family : SNEADS
63. Skedaddles : SCAMPERS
1. Shortly : INASEC
2. San Diego suburb : DELMAR
3. Maltreat : ILLUSE
4. Beautiful people : GLITTERATI
5. Sen division : RIN
6. They're inflatable : EGOS
7. Henri's health : SANTE
8. Snidely Whiplash, often : SNEERER
9. Reprimand : JUMPON
10. Purple willow, e.g. : OSIER
11. Juliet, to Romeo : SUN
12. Juliet, to Romeo : TRUELOVE
13. Educated : LETTERED
14. Construction crew : ERECTERS
21. Periscope parts : PRISMS
24. People along the old Iron Curtain : SLAVS
28. ___ Anne de Bellevue, Que. : STE
30. Begins a business : SETSUPSHOP
32. Fine coat : ERMINE
33. Winter toy-store stock : SLEDS
34. "Morning Mystery" and "Bouquet de Fleurs," e.g. : CHAGALLS
35. A film may be shot on it : LOCATION
36. Keep at a distance : ESTRANGE
38. Polymer follower : ASE
41. No mere cold snaps : ICEAGES
43. Workers with headlights? : MINERS
45. Laugh line, e.g. : CREASE
46. Bread maker : EARNER
47. Positions : STEADS
49. Raced down a chute, perhaps : LUGED
50. "Bye Bye Bye" band : NSYNC
54. Sir George Williams's org. : YMCA
57. Ottoman officer : AGA
59. Initials at J.F.K. : KLM

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