New York Times, Saturday, October 21, 2000

Author: Bob Klahn
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Klahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 24 Missing: {QVWX} This is puzzle # 39 for Mr. Klahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Fearful of exposure? : CAMERASHY
10. Slip : LAPSE
15. Joseph of ___ (follower of Jesus) : ARIMATHEA
16. Supports, in a way : ABETS
17. Like couch potatoes : SEDENTARY
18. Gorges : SATES
19. Recession victim? : HAIRLINE
20. Connected series : CATENA
21. Severe blow : GALE
22. John who sang "Jambalaya" : FOGERTY
23. Sony co-founder : MORITA
26. Casino opening : COINSLOT
27. Suppose : OPINE
28. "___, you've got me on my knees" (Clapton lyric) : LAYLA
29. Buried treasure : ORE
30. Mao successor : DENG
31. Does yet to be identified : JANES
32. "Charlie's Angels" role : KRIS
33. A little bit of work : ERG
34. It gets to the heart of the matter : CORER
35. Solitaire unit : CARAT
36. Resinous juice used in perfumery : LABDANUM
38. Swindles : COZENS
39. Apt anagram for "the eyes" : THEYSEE
40. Like early Beatles recordings : MONO
41. Wingdings : ROASTS
42. Guided : MENTORED
46. Acoustic : AURAL
47. Binding : MANDATORY
48. Where Grenoble is : ISERE
49. Hobnob : ASSOCIATE
50. "Horsefeathers!" : NERTS
51. Leased : CHARTERED
1. Bills : CASH
2. Side by side, maybe? : AREA
3. High time in Paris : MIDI
4. Developing : EMERGING
5. Went over : RANLATE
6. King who demanded half of Rome's Western Empire as a dowry : ATTILA
7. Classic 1949 Jack Schaefer novel : SHANE
8. "Grab ahold!" : HERE
9. Shout of approval : YAY
10. Food whose name means, literally, "cooking pot" : LASAGNA
11. Goes down : ABATES
12. Nero's portrayer in "The Story of Mankind" : PETERLORRE
13. Deafening : STENTORIAN
14. Bar exercises? : ESSAYTESTS
20. Spring winds : COILS
22. Degas's "Le ___ de la danse" : FOYER
23. One with an inside track : MODELTRAIN
24. Palais Garnier, for one : OPERAHOUSE
25. Wedding party : RINGBEARER
26. Cave follower : CANEM
28. Lash with a whip : LARUE
31. "The Thin Red Line" novelist James : JONES
32. Lilliputian of early 50's TV : KAZOOTIE
34. European tourist sites : CASTLES
35. Reach : CONTACT
37. "Pale Rider" actor Richard : DYSART
38. Bird with a 9- to 10-foot wingspan : CONDOR
40. Smart outfit : MENSA
42. Pound : MASH
43. Outcry : ROAR
44. Folies Bergère designer : ERTE
45. Turned red? : DYED
47. Slicker : MAC

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