New York Times, Saturday, January 6, 2001

Author: Joe DiPietro
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe DiPietro
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 27 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 43 for Mr. DiPietro. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Semiterrestrial hopper : GRASSFROG
10. Bob Marley, for one : RASTA
15. Fish on a dish : LEMONSOLE
16. Big shows : EXPOS
17. Like virgin land : UNPLOTTED
18. Netanyahu's predecessor : PERES
19. Note : IOU
20. Baby ___ : BOOM
21. Touch upon, with "to" : ALLUDE
22. Lagerlöf's "The Wonderful Adventures of ___" : NILS
24. Religious residence : PRIORY
26. Let go : CAN
27. Legend : GREAT
29. Kind of fair: Abbr. : SCI
30. Small price to pay : CENT
31. Hot stuff : TABASCOSAUCE
35. Went around : AVOIDED
38. Taken wrong? : USURPED
39. Breakfast treat : CINNAMONROLL
41. One into the bar scene?: Abbr. : ATTY
42. Spleen : IRE
43. 1998 Australian Open winner : KORDA
47. Morse T : DAH
48. Without reciprocity : ONEWAY
51. "___ seems" : SOIT
52. Issue : EMERGE
54. Hedgerow nester : WREN
56. Fr. address : MME
57. Racehorse of a sort : MILER
58. 1989 Nobel Peace Prize winner : DALAILAMA
60. Sans sense : INANE
61. They may be religious : OVERTONES
62. Tops : ACMES
63. No place for skirts : MENSSTORE
1. Model builder's activity : GLUING
2. "The Two Sisters" painter : RENOIR
3. A nurse may draw from it : AMPULE
4. La lead-in : SOL
5. Kind of appeal : SNOB
6. Shooter's setting : FSTOP
7. Turbine turner : ROTOR
8. The Rebels : OLEMISS
9. Dropout's doc. : GED
10. It's much requested : REPLY
11. Skating pioneer Paulsen : AXEL
12. Groom : SPRUCEUP
13. Emulate an étoile : TOEDANCE
14. Gave in : ASSENTED
21. Like a melody : ARIOSO
23. Smooth : SATINY
25. Strike, with "to" : OCCUR
28. "Look what I did!" : TADA
30. Argentine leader Menem : CARLOS
32. Hearty sentiment? : BEMINE
33. Like a load : ADORE
34. Display of displeasure : SULK
35. Scholar's milieu : ACADEMIA
36. Cold fighter : VITAMINC
37. Hiding out : ONTHELAM
40. Tradition-breaking : NEWWAVE
44. It's made of ewe's milk : ROMANO
45. Light switcher? : DIMMER
46. Relaxing words : ATEASE
48. Mythical man-eaters : OGRES
49. "Get Happy" songwriter : ARLEN
50. Sentence units : YEARS
53. Québécois Lévesque : RENE
55. Immature parasites : NITS
58. Monk's title : DOM
59. You may build on it : LOT

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