New York Times, Tuesday, January 2, 2001

Author: Sarah Keller
Editor: Will Shortz
Sarah Keller
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQXZ} Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry This is puzzle # 2 for Ms. Keller. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Port on Osaka Bay : KOBE
5. Fess up : ADMIT
10. "Hey, you!" : PSST
14. "Since ___ You Baby" (1956 hit) : IMET
15. Satchel on the field : PAIGE
16. Exit location, often : REAR
17. Mall locale : WASHINGTON
19. Germany's ___ von Bismarck : OTTO
20. Umpire's decision : INSIDE
21. Slept like a hen : ROOSTED
23. Manila envelope feature : CLASP
26. Amtrak transportation : RAIL
27. Tooth problem : DECAY
30. Means of escape : OUT
32. Stoop parts : STEPS
35. Month after Av : ELUL
36. One with an all-over tan : NUDIST
38. ___ culpa : MEA
39. Beyond tipsy : LIT
40. Sites for skirmishes : BORDERS
41. Night school subj. : ESL
42. Broadbrim, e.g. : HAT
43. Marcos, the shoe collector : IMELDA
44. Golden rule preposition : UNTO
45. Mooring place : INLET
47. Susan of "L.A. Law" : DEY
48. John with an outrageous wardrobe : ELTON
49. "Cómo ___ usted?" : ESTA
51. Sordid : SEAMY
53. Like the best towels : SOFTEST
56. Apple variety : RUSSET
60. Diva's delivery : ARIA
61. Not doing much disciplining : PERMISSIVE
64. Take five : REST
65. Type size smaller than pica : ELITE
66. Summers in Rouen : ETES
67. Stadium near Shea : ASHE
68. Katmandu's land : NEPAL
69. Enraptured : SENT
1. Fuzzy fruit : KIWI
2. Neighbor of Yemen : OMAN
3. Porgy's mate : BESS
4. Unlikely to cheat : ETHICAL
5. Breathing problem : APNEA
6. The U.N.'s ___ Hammarskjöld : DAG
7. Cambridge sch. : MIT
8. Prince in a Borodin opera : IGOR
9. Pavarotti, e.g. : TENOR
10. "To your health!" : PROSIT
11. Suit ender : SETTLEMENT
12. Satisfy fully : SATE
13. Walked over : TROD
18. Sans purpose : IDLY
22. Brewery kilns : OASTS
24. Now poor, as relations : SOURED
25. Places to splash : PUDDLES
27. Indian metropolis : DELHI
28. Political pawn González : ELIAN
29. Squid's cousin : CUTTLEFISH
31. Color, hippie-style : TIEDYE
33. Pasta topper : PESTO
34. Locale for this puzzle's theme : SALON
36. Pierre or Henri, e.g. : NOM
37. Mme., in Madrid : SRA
40. Please, in Potsdam : BITTE
44. Joyce masterpiece : ULYSSES
46. What you will : ESTATE
48. Big birds : EMUS
50. Rockies resort : ASPEN
52. Israeli hard-liner Sharon : ARIEL
53. Mrs. Roosevelt : SARA
54. Assayers' stuff : ORES
55. The "T" of TCI : TELE
57. Webmaster's creation : SITE
58. Roulette bet : EVEN
59. Reason to cram : TEST
62. Fictional sleeper : RIP
63. Boston subway inits. : MTA

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