New York Times, Friday, August 31, 2001

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: {BFJQXZ} This is puzzle # 79 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Go bad : SPOIL
6. Some matches end with them : PINS
10. It may get pushed around : CART
14. "In what way?" : HOWSO
15. Carbon compound : ENOL
16. See 27-Down : ROAD
17. Quarters : AREAS
18. Diner orders : TUNAMELTS
20. Start of a guru's quip : MEDITATIONIS
22. Ready to react, perhaps : ALERT
23. Half a score : DECADE
27. Ancient storage jar : AMPHORA
30. One with star potential? : GENERAL
31. "World Factbook" compiler : CIA
32. One who speaks up : VOICER
34. "Peter Pan" pooch : NANA
35. Division of society : CASTE
37. Middle of the quip : NOT
38. Peel : STRIP
39. Medieval fortress city in Italy : ESTE
40. Person of integrity and honor : MENSCH
42. 50's polit. inits. : AES
43. Nasty politico : SMEARER
45. "Heh-heh," for one : CHORTLE
47. Author Rushdie : SALMAN
48. Math calculation : SLOPE
49. End of the quip : WHATYOUTHINK
54. Picture show? : THEOSCARS
57. Highflier's hangout : AERIE
58. Part of Ascap: Abbr. : AMER
59. Peace Nobelist Ducommun : ELIE
60. Car document : LEASE
61. Kind of barrel : PORK
62. Cupcake : DEAR
63. Last name in fashion : KLEIN
1. Fraud : SHAM
2. Sweat source : PORE
3. Unsettled, in a way : OWED
4. "Four Essays on Liberty" author Berlin : ISAIAH
5. Subject of many operas : LOSTLOVE
6. Whistle blower, perhaps : PETTRAINER
7. Mukluk wearer : INUIT
8. Ringo Starr's "___ Song" : NONO
9. Put down : SLANDER
10. Emblem of Turkey : CRESCENT
11. Chatroom offerer : AOL
12. One living in a dump : RAT
13. Causes of cheers, briefly : TDS
19. Comportment : MIEN
21. Prefix with magnetic : AERO
24. High point in Turkey : ARARAT
25. Shays of Shays's Rebellion : DANIEL
26. Go by : ELAPSE
27. With 16-Across, way leading to a highway : ACCESS
28. Bad atmosphere : MIASMA
29. Many a Degas : PASTEL
30. Approaches : GETSCLOSER
33. Take in : CON
36. Cooperation : TEAMWORK
38. Co-workers' gab : SHOPTALK
40. Hung over : MENACED
41. Dynasty during which Taoism emerged : CHOU
44. Cheers : RAHS
46. Fix, as a pump : REHEEL
48. Piaster production place : SYRIA
50. Yarn : TALE
51. "Dies ___" : IRAE
52. Like some decrees : NISI
53. Very sensitive : KEEN
54. Whence water : TAP
55. Aetna offering, for short : HMO
56. Ballad's end? : EER

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