New York Times, Wednesday, October 18, 2000

Author: Thomas W. Schier
Editor: Will Shortz
Thomas W. Schier
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 28 for Mr. Schier. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Make ___ dash for : AMAD
5. Something golden : OLDIE
10. See 10-Down : LUCK
14. Bare : MERE
15. Labor's partner : PARTS
16. It may be on a roll : OLEO
17. Land of Esau's descendants : EDOM
18. Get by coercion : EXACT
19. Counterfeiter catchers : TMEN
20. Start of a punny definition of 44-Across : SOMEONEWHOIS
23. Supermarket checkout gizmos : SCANNERS
24. Eddie of the 40's-50's Yankees : LOPAT
28. Late Knight : TED
29. Like a 44-Across : SELFISH
31. Bulgaria's capital : SOFIA
34. Verb preceder : NOUN
36. Sp. simoleon : PTA
37. Middle of the definition : USUALLYMEDEEPIN
41. Massage part : PAT
42. Cutworm, e.g. : PEST
43. Shirley Temple, for one : DRINK
44. Subject of this puzzle : EGOTIST
47. More, in music : PIU
48. Freshen up : RENEW
49. Lincoln, physically : BEANPOLE
54. End of the definition : CONVERSATION
57. "No way!" : UHUH
60. Worry greatly : EATAT
61. Pelvic bones : ILIA
62. See 13-Down : TIKI
63. Like a maple leaf : EROSE
64. Hole in the wall? : VENT
65. It's pointless : EPEE
66. Fiber in fake furs : DYNEL
67. Old World language : ERSE
1. "Don't make ___!" : AMESS
2. Red Bordeaux : MEDOC
3. It may be picked up at Starbucks : AROMA
4. Psychiatric problem : DEMENTIA
5. Kicked off : OPENED
6. Not so rigid : LAXER
7. Prepares to fire : DRAWS
8. Longing : ITCH
9. Idaho motto starter : ESTO
10. With 10-Across, a phrase of good wishes : LOTSOF
11. German city on the Danube : ULM
12. Lincoln center? : CEE
13. With 62-Across, a 1950 best seller : KON
21. 2000 N.B.A. championship star : ONEAL
22. Off one's feed : ILL
25. Miss Longstocking : PIPPI
26. Actor John or Sean : ASTIN
27. Recognize in a nice way : THANK
29. Feeder filler : SUET
30. Sign off : END
31. Apartment 1-A resident, maybe : SUPER
32. Inedible orange : OSAGE
33. Sleep on it : FUTON
34. No, in Novgorod : NYET
35. Meditation sounds : OMS
38. Music collectibles : LPS
39. Patsy's "Absolutely Fabulous" pal : EDINA
40. Like a volcano : ERUPTIVE
45. Electronics whiz : TECHIE
46. W.W. II battle site, for short : IWO
47. Cassatt medium : PASTEL
49. Chance : BETON
50. Leave rubber, in a way : ERASE
51. Suez Canal sight : OILER
52. Butcher shop buys : LOINS
53. Related on the mother's side : ENATE
55. Grant basis : NEED
56. "Prices ___" : VARY
57. Modern-day gas hog : UTE
58. 61-Across locale : HIP
59. It's picked in Hawaii : UKE

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