New York Times, Saturday, September 9, 2000

Author: Dana Motley
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 33 Missing: {JQWXZ} This is puzzle # 7 for Ms. Motley. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. See red? : STOP
5. Boat on a lake : SKIFF
10. Accessories for Cio-Cio-San : OBIS
14. "Super" sight : NOVA
15. The blahs : ENNUI
16. April or May : NAME
17. Turgenev's birthplace : OREL
18. Jimmy Webb's "___ We" : DIDNT
19. Russian, e.g. : SLAV
20. Mild antiseptic : BORICACID
22. Pick up like a sponge? : CADGE
23. U.S. beverage since 1923 : SANKA
24. 1917 Victor Herbert operetta : EILEEN
25. Place for a gondola : CANAL
28. Woolgatherer? : KNITTER
30. It might be in parentheses : ASIDE
31. Bottle preparer, perhaps : NANNY
32. Augustine's "De Civitate ___" : DEI
35. Plum relative : MAGENTA
37. It could be a lifesaver : GASMASK
39. N.T. book : EPH
40. Creator of small cubes : DICER
42. Just enough to tease : TASTE
43. Bow (to) : TRUCKLE
45. Winetrees : ASHES
46. "Ishtar" extras : CAMELS
48. Throws out a line, perhaps : EDITS
50. Siouan tongue : OMAHA
51. Rage : RAISECAIN
55. Pound in Turkey : LIRA
56. Quiz show feature : PANEL
57. It may be irresistible : URGE
58. Change machine input : ONES
59. Make up : ATONE
60. Control-driven people, supposedly : LEOS
61. Chips and dips, say : NOSH
62. It's subject to crashing : PARTY
63. Like some apples : TART
1. Hard-to-approach sort : SNOB
2. Dominguín's opponent : TORO
3. Through : OVER
4. Fence of defense : PALISADE
5. Driver's choice : SEDAN
6. Notion : KNICKKNACK
7. Where Brazil and Angola are : INDIANA
8. Broker's suggestion : FUND
9. Clothes shopper's concern : FIT
10. Reduced : ONSALE
11. Twaddle : BALDERDASH
12. Corporate concern : IMAGE
13. ___ X (Coca-Cola's secret ingredient) : SEVEN
21. Pot marigold : CALENDULA
22. Carthage, e.g. : CITYSTATE
24. "Empedocles on ___" (Matthew Arnold poem) : ETNA
25. Emanated : CAME
26. "Urgent!" : ASAP
27. Sleep clinic topic : NIGHTMARES
29. It's in the mix : INGREDIENT
33. One of four direcciones : ESTE
34. Turner and others : IKES
36. Body movements : TICS
38. The arts as shown on TV, e.g. : MASSCULT
41. Richard I's mother : ELEANOR
44. Paraphrased piece : REHASH
46. Two points in time? : COLON
47. Acid head? : AMINO
49. Soul's ___ Brothers : ISLEY
51. Reynosa rodent : RATA
52. Specialty : AREA
53. Hockey's Kravchuk or Korolev : IGOR
54. Birth place : NEST
56. Twaddle : PAP

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