New York Times, Wednesday, January 24, 2001

Author: David Ainslie Macleod
Editor: Will Shortz
David Ainslie Macleod
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJQXY} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Macleod. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Cracker toppers : PATES
6. "Dirty" activity : POOL
10. Director's call : CUT
13. Javelin, for one : EVENT
14. Having a strong resemblance : ALIKE
15. Botanist Gray : ASA
16. Nurse's office supply : COTTONBALLS
18. Difficulty, to the Bard : RUB
19. Like a gardener's pants : KNEEWORN
20. Stellar : ASTRAL
22. "Rocky II" climax : REMATCH
24. Links unit : HOLE
25. Light reflection ratio : ALBEDO
28. Bomb squad worker : ROBOT
30. Modeling medium : WOOD
31. Believing that the universe has a soul : ANIMISTIC
35. Thunder Bay's prov. : ONT
36. Place to put the feet up : OTTOMAN
38. Lennon's love : ONO
39. Uncages : LETSLOOSE
41. Semicircular recess : APSE
42. Theater name : ODEON
43. Victim of hair loss? : SAMSON
45. Austen heroine : EMMA
47. Water current in the same direction as the wind : LEETIDE
50. Windy one : TALKER
52. Gun manufacturers : ARMORERS
56. Mentalist Geller : URI
57. Millionaire makers : LOTTOPRIZES
59. Cacophony : DIN
60. Capone rival : MORAN
61. Plume source : EGRET
62. Legal conclusion? : ESE
63. Jump over : OMIT
64. Places for forks : ROADS
1. Amount of trouble? : PECK
2. Bristol's county : AVON
3. Head overseas : TETE
4. Penetrated : ENTERED
5. Put on board : STOWED
6. Mole, maybe : PLANT
7. A little squirt? : OIL
8. "I Cain't Say No" musical : OKLAHOMA
9. Minus : LESS
10. Redheads : CARROTTOPS
11. Bar order, with "the" : USUAL
12. Spreadsheet section : TABLE
14. Start of a magician's cry : ABRA
17. Pitcher Hideo ___ : NOMO
21. Jefferson or Edison: Abbr. : THOS
23. Whodunit start : CRIME
25. Roll call misser : AWOL
26. Hermitic : LONE
27. Bean counter's concern : BOTTOMLINE
29. Bargain basement unit : BIN
31. In total agreement (with) : ATONE
32. Dissenting votes : NOS
33. ___ many words : INSO
34. Filmdom's Ethan or Joel : COEN
36. Relative of "Hurrah!" : OLE
37. Shop area : TOOLROOM
40. Nebr. neighbor : SDAK
41. Explorer Vespucci : AMERIGO
43. Fool : SIMP
44. Quite the fan : ADORER
45. Schumann work : ETUDE
46. Slugger in 1961 news : MARIS
48. Bother : EATAT
49. Suffix in nuclear physics : TRON
51. Adm. Zumwalt : ELMO
53. University founder Cornell : EZRA
54. Marsh plant : REED
55. Members of a fast fleet : SSTS
58. Prefix with angular : TRI

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