New York Times, Monday, September 10, 2001

Author: Nancy Salomon and Karen Riekert
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Salomon
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1868/13/199511/7/2012116
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1.581521
Karen Riekert
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210/18/19999/10/20012
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1.53000

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {CJQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 77 for Ms. Salomon. This is puzzle # 2 for Ms. Riekert. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Lean-tos : SHEDS
6. Lackluster : DULL
10. Not much : ATAD
14. Man with morals : AESOP
15. "It all comes clear" : ISEE
16. London subway, with "the" : TUBE
17. William and Harry's mum : DIANA
18. Prefix with second : NANO
19. Ready for business : OPEN
20. Out of gas : RUNNINGONEMPTY
23. Evangelist ___ Semple McPherson : AIMEE
24. Church recess : APSE
25. Fawn's mother : DOE
28. Showery month: Abbr. : APR
29. Thurs. follower : FRI
30. "It's a Wonderful Life" studio : RKO
33. Girl watcher, perhaps : OGLER
35. Word with first or foreign : AID
36. Minnesota ballplayer : TWIN
37. Out of gas : GRINDINGTOAHALT
41. Kittens' cries : MEWS
42. Born: Fr. : NEE
43. "___ Doone" : LORNA
44. Volcano output : ASH
45. "Much ___ About Nothing" : ADO
46. Meth. or Cath. : REL
48. Mind reader's specialty, for short : ESP
49. ___ Mujeres (neighbor of Cancún) : ISLA
51. "Stompin' at the ___" (1934 hit) : SAVOY
53. Out of gas : HITTINGTHEWALL
58. Henry VIII's second or fourth : ANNE
59. First, second or reverse : GEAR
60. Pizazz : FLAIR
62. Tabloid twosome : ITEM
63. Jazz singer James : ETTA
64. Blotto : OILED
65. Rogers and Clark : ROYS
66. Poison ivy woe : RASH
67. Cracks the books : READS
1. Jerry Lewis movie "The ___ Sack" : SAD
2. One named in a will : HEIR
3. One of Isaac's twins : ESAU
4. Former H.H.S. Secretary Shalala : DONNA
5. Picasso or El Cid : SPANIARD
6. Supper : DINNER
7. Grammar topic : USAGE
8. Jay of NBC : LENO
9. Kate's "Titanic" co-star : LEONARDO
10. Itsy-bitsy bits : ATOMS
11. Burpable containers : TUPPERWARE
12. Help in a holdup : ABET
13. Naysay : DENY
21. Mischief-maker : IMP
22. Prefix with center : EPI
25. Ism : DOGMA
26. Grimm meanies : OGRES
27. Cotton gin inventor : ELIWHITNEY
29. In shape : FIT
31. Pottery ovens : KILNS
32. Like draft beer : ONTAP
34. Coast Guard officer: Abbr. : ENS
35. "Act your ___!" : AGE
36. Even if, casually : THO
38. At risk : INDANGER
39. Prefix with classic : NEO
40. Factor in : ALLOWFOR
45. Longtime ring champ : ALI
46. Enthusiastic : RAHRAH
47. Apple eater : EVE
50. Apple supports : STEMS
51. Box score numbers : STATS
52. George Bush, as a collegian : YALIE
53. Hit 1968 musical : HAIR
54. Engrossed by : INTO
55. "___ life!" : GETA
56. In ___ land (spacy) : LALA
57. Served up a whopper : LIED
61. Country rtes. : RDS

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