New York Times, Saturday, January 13, 2001

Author: Rich Norris
Editor: Will Shortz
Rich Norris
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 33 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 136 for Mr. Norris. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Cons : SNOWJOBS
9. Italian paper once edited by Mussolini : AVANTI
15. Redeemed : CASHEDIN
16. Mark : PIGEON
17. Facing : OPPOSITE
18. Suspended : ONHOLD
19. Much : FAR
20. Features of some camps : TEPEES
22. "___ Need" (1985 hit) : ALLI
23. Boxer's problem : FLEA
25. Smell ___ : ARAT
26. Lenient : SOFT
27. Affectionate address : MYDEAR
30. $200 purchases: Abbr. : RRS
32. Educ. test : GRE
33. Sword handle : HAFT
34. More mawkish : SOPPIER
36. Associate : COHORT
39. They may be cut or slashed : PRICES
40. "The Sibylline ___" (ancient religious collection) : ORACLES
42. 1997 Jackie Robinson commemoration site : SHEA
43. Network based in D.C. : NPR
44. Letters that please an angel : SRO
45. Lamented : KEENED
48. Get friendlier : THAW
50. Uto-Aztecan language : HOPI
52. NASA pressure unit : ONEG
54. Epidemic : RASH
55. La Scala debut of 1887 : OTELLO
58. Incandescent, in product names : GLO
59. Undisturbed : INSITU
61. Prelude to an explosion, perhaps : SLOWBURN
63. Be poised (on) : TEETER
64. Be false : TELLALIE
65. Rangers and Citations : EDSELS
66. Is sure not to miss : STAYSFOR
1. "That's nothing!," for example : SCOFF
2. An incendiary : NAPALM
3. Ocean diver : OSPREY
4. "___ says?!" : WHO
5. Taunt : JEST
6. Comics dog : ODIE
7. Cameo : BITPART
8. Mean mien : SNEER
9. Entr'acte part : APOSTROPHE
10. ___ rouge : VIN
11. Ottoman potentates : AGHAS
12. Linguistically groundbreaking : NEOLOGIC
13. One way to call : TOLLFREE
14. Poets : INDITERS
21. Receiver accessory, slangily : EARS
24. Literally, "for this" : ADHOC
28. Court figures : EARLS
29. Late : AFTERHOURS
31. Bacchanal : SPREE
35. Kind of roll or bar : PIANO
36. Repentant : CONTRITE
37. No longer sponsored : ORPHANED
38. Bugs : HARASSES
41. Pipe sullier : SOOT
42. Omelet site : SKILLET
46. Deluge : ENGULF
47. Texas border city : DELRIO
49. Justice replaced by Ginsburg : WHITE
51. Buttinskies : PESTS
53. Lost cause : GONER
56. "Come Back, Little Sheba" wife : LOLA
57. Big-eyed : OWLY
60. ___ Hay, Israeli memorial : TEL
62. Coll. conferrals : BAS

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