New York Times, Saturday, January 29, 2000

Author: Rich Norris
Editor: Will Shortz
Rich Norris
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: {HQ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 116 for Mr. Norris. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. It could be in a jam : JAZZCOMBO
10. Step : TREAD
15. British flier : UNIONJACK
16. "Good Times" star, in 70's TV : ROLLE
17. Sprite's relative : LEMONSODA
18. "Awake and Sing" playwright : ODETS
19. Washington in Paris, e.g. : ETAT
20. 1972 Fischer-Spassky match site : REYKJAVIK
22. "The X-Files" grp. : SETI
25. Word with ball or bag : BEAN
26. Impeaches : ACCUSES
29. Appetite : YEN
30. TV monitor? : FCC
33. Cook a tough cut, maybe : BRAISE
34. Band piece : AMP
35. Dry : SERE
36. Layered desserts : BOSTONCREAMPIES
39. Parts of a herd : EWES
40. Convulsive sound : SOB
41. Intended : TARGET
42. Victor's cry : YES
43. Richard Strauss's "___ Heldenleben" : EIN
44. Prospero's daughter : MIRANDA
45. Suit : EXEC
46. Bar worker: Abbr. : ATTY
47. Impressive attendance : GOODCROWD
51. People who do chest-thumping, for short : EMTS
55. Chip feature : RIDGE
56. Came down on hard : REAMEDOUT
59. It's assumed : ALIAS
60. Toulouse-Lautrec subject : DEMIMONDE
61. "Broom Hilda" cartoonist : MYERS
62. Caveman? : SPELUNKER
1. Stephen's "Gypsy" collaborator : JULE
2. Work without ___ : ANET
3. Coors brand : ZIMA
4. 40's fad : ZOOTSUITS
5. 1980 TV debut : CNN
6. Some IHOP orders : OJS
7. Relatives of Tahitians : MAORIS
8. A following? : BCDE
9. "Sure" : OKAYBYME
10. Euripides tragedy "The ___ Women" : TROJAN
11. Movie monster awakened by H-bomb tests : RODAN
12. Height: Abbr. : ELEV
13. Height: Prefix : ALTI
14. Foreign ___ : DESK
21. Words of encouragement : KEEPATIT
23. Gulf competitor : ESSO
24. Comparatively minute : TEENSIER
26. Gothic novel setting, maybe : ABBEY
27. Director Cameron ___ : CROWE
28. Social worker's load : CASES
30. Put on : FEIGN
31. Faith : CREED
32. Curved basket : CESTA
34. Short trader? : ARB
35. Like most graffiti : SPRAYEDON
37. Treaties : CONCORDS
38. Place to trade : MART
43. Immoderation : EXCESS
44. Butterfly, e.g. : MADAME
45. English king known as "The Peaceful" : EDGAR
47. A little fat : GRAM
48. Not to be trusted : OILY
49. Jim Davis pooch : ODIE
50. Blubber : WEEP
52. Saint Boniface, e.g. : MONK
53. Suffix with 13-Down : TUDE
54. Huck follower : STER
57. "Cool" amount : MIL
58. Easily domesticated bird : EMU

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