New York Times, Thursday, August 30, 2001

Author: Cathy Millhauser
Editor: Will Shortz
Cathy Allis
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34 Missing: {FJQV} This is puzzle # 67 for Ms. Allis. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Greek's sixth : ZETA
5. "King Cotton" composer : SOUSA
10. Wax : GROW
14. Knee-slapper : HOOT
15. Void : ANNUL
16. Road condition? : RAGE
17. After 34-Down, an order to a witch? : ONTHESTICK
19. Leeds's river : AIRE
20. Leads (in) : USHERS
21. Stomped : TRAMPLED
23. Mozart article : EINE
24. Psalms interjection : SELAH
25. On the main deck : TOPSIDE
28. It may be under your tongue : INSTEP
32. Dropped a line : WROTE
33. Violent struggle : AGONY
36. Med. care group : HMO
37. Tennessee's state flower : IRIS
38. Shoe sole material : CREPE
39. Number after cinco : SEIS
40. Palindromic diarist : NIN
41. Game with a 40-card deck : MONTE
42. Rally creators : BULLS
43. Call for : ENTAIL
45. Like fan-tan and tangrams : CHINESE
47. Feather in Juan's cap? : PLUMA
50. Italy's Isola d'___ : ELBA
51. They're polar : EXTREMES
54. Residences : ABODES
57. Brandenburg trio : DREI
58. After 34-Down, an order to a chiropractor? : BACKTOWORK
60. Chutzpah : GALL
61. Husband of Bathsheba : URIAH
62. Fast sport : LUGE
63. Some are electric : EYES
64. Trimming targets : SAILS
65. Load : STOW
1. Mao contemporary : ZHOU
2. Almost forever : EONS
3. After 34-Down, an order to an arrowsmith? : TOTHEPOINT
4. Ones who might say, "God, no!"? : ATHEISTS
5. Mouthed off : SASSED
6. Neighbor of Man. : ONT
7. Modulars, e.g. : UNITS
8. Bolivian capital : SUCRE
9. High-pH : ALKALINE
10. Plots, in a way : GRAPHS
11. Fulminate : RAIL
12. Fiend : OGRE
13. Cig : WEED
18. Golf champ Els : ERNIE
22. Oodles : MANY
25. Strong string : TWINE
26. Hatch from Utah : ORRIN
27. Make : EARN
29. After 34-Down, an order to an E.P.A. administrator : THELEADOUT
30. Pianist Gilels et al. : EMILS
31. It's catching : POSSE
34. See 17- and 58-Across and 3- and 29-Down : GET
35. Kind of minister : OPEC
38. October honoree : COLUMBUS
39. Annual El Paso events : SUNBOWLS
41. Miss's equal : MILE
42. "The Hobbit" hero Baggins : BILBO
44. Periods of rain, often : APRILS
46. Moors : HEATHS
48. Half a comedy duo : MEARA
49. Computer acronym : ASCII
51. Sidle : EDGE
52. Picture of health? : XRAY
53. Prefix with com : TELE
55. Hence : ERGO
56. Misrepresent : SKEW
59. ___ Kan : KAL

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