New York Times, Tuesday, January 11, 2000

Author: Fran and Lou Sabin
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQX} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 24 for Ms. Sabin. This is puzzle # 135 for Mr. Sabin. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Boston team, informally : CELTS
6. Plant with a frond : FERN
10. Popular pens : BICS
14. Unique : ALONE
15. "...baked in ___" : APIE
16. Kind of testimony : ORAL
17. 1966 sci-fi classic : FANTASTICVOYAGE
20. H.S. requirement : ENG
21. Baker's dozen? : BATCH
22. Having crow's-feet : LINED
23. Christie's "Death on the ___" : NILE
24. Some go for 6 or 12 mos. : CDS
25. 1970's-80's TV hero, with "the" : INCREDIBLEHULK
32. Red Cross supply : BLOOD
33. Sea sound : ROAR
34. Dundee denial : NAE
35. Haughtiness : AIRS
36. One with a smiley face? : CLOWN
38. Motivate : STIR
39. Dodger, Brooklyn-style : BUM
40. "In a minute" : SOON
41. Wee one : BAIRN
42. Lurid pulp magazine founded in 1926 : AMAZINGSTORIES
46. Lodge member : ELK
47. List wrap-up : ETAL
48. Persian Gulf port : BASRA
51. Hawk's gripper : TALON
53. "No ___" (menu phrase) : MSG
56. "Man of La Mancha" tune, with "The" : IMPOSSIBLEDREAM
59. Simone de Beauvoir, to Sartre : AMIE
60. Just lying around : IDLE
61. "Butterfield 8" author : OHARA
62. Princes, e.g. : SONS
63. Look : PEER
64. Away : NOTIN
1. Joe, in France : CAFE
2. Zip : ELAN
3. Overshot : LONG
4. Rubble-maker : TNT
5. Albatross, e.g. : SEABIRD
6. Like cows before slaughter : FATTED
7. Sweeping story : EPIC
8. Like chocolate-chocolate cake : RICH
9. Ariz. neighbor : NEV
10. Winningly youthful : BOYISH
11. Mujahedin base : IRAN
12. Zoo feature : CAGE
13. Winter toy : SLED
18. Garage activity : SALE
19. ___ but wiser : OLDER
23. Base figures, for short : NCOS
24. "Braveheart" group : CLAN
25. Another name for ancient Troy : ILIUM
26. Bellini opera : NORMA
27. Dungeon restraints : IRONS
28. Gift beautifier : BOW
29. Remove, as a 28-Down : UNTIE
30. Retreats : LAIRS
31. Composer Jerome : KERN
32. Rum cake : BABA
36. Go kaput, with "out" : CONK
37. Cabin element : LOG
38. Go yachting : SAIL
40. "___ Marner" : SILAS
41. "Beverly Hills 90210" fellow : BRANDON
43. Six in a million? : ZEROES
44. Person with lots of bills : TELLER
45. Native Oklahoman : OTOE
48. Civil rights concern : BIAS
49. Bullets, e.g. : AMMO
50. It may be on a tennis ball : SPIN
51. Almanac topic : TIDE
52. Skilled : ABLE
53. Lamb, e.g. : MEAT
54. Draped dress : SARI
55. Gangster chaser : GMAN
57. Wine tasting? : SIP
58. Pi's follower : RHO

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