New York Times, Thursday, October 26, 2000

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 35 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 16 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Like most movies : RATED
6. Facts : INFO
10. Radio broadcast: Abbr. : APB
13. Key of Mozart's "Odense" Symphony : AMINOR
15. Kind of cuisine : NOUVELLE
17. Jerk around : JIGGLE
18. A wonder of nature! : SHEEPDOG
19. Go gray : AGE
20. Half of a one-two : LEFT
22. Old English silver coins : GROATS
23. A freak of the animal kingdom! : HORSEFLY
25. "How ___ ..." : ODD
26. Unlaid lawn : SOD
27. Laid up : ILL
29. Sets down : RESTS
33. Turkish title : AGHA
35. Pants leg feature : CREASE
37. National Gallery architect : PEI
38. A living marvel! : BEARCAT
40. A mutant from beyond your imagination! : COWBIRD
42. "Public house" : BAR
43. Folded food : OMELET
45. Singer Brickell : EDIE
46. Alan of "Catch-22" : ARKIN
48. Served, as time : DID
49. Turn right : GEE
50. Old PC platform : DOS
52. A beast like you've never seen before! : BULLFROG
56. Sideburned film critic : SHALIT
59. Alternative to a singlestick : EPEE
60. U.S.N. letters : CPO
61. A grotesquerie from a horror show! : MULEDEER
63. Dormitory annoyance : SNORER
65. Web with limited access : INTRANET
66. Georgia's ___ Shevardnadze : EDUARD
67. One end of a match: Abbr. : TKO
68. Half-awake : LOGY
69. How you might hold a vicious animal : ATBAY
1. Indian chief : RAJAH
2. Buddy : AMIGO
3. A strange and exotic creature! : TIGERSHARK
4. High school subj. : ENG
5. Dressed (up) : DOLLED
6. Chicly : INSTYLE
7. Tokyo stage show : NOH
8. Fire, to Fernando : FUEGO
9. Depleted a bank account, and then some : OVERDREW
10. "The Four Seasons" star : ALDA
11. Basic thread : PLOT
12. Seeks change? : BEGS
14. Sailing danger : REEF
16. Lyric poem part : EPODE
21. Was coquettish : FLIRTED
24. Rise dramatically : SOAR
28. Donned, as oxfords : LACEDUP
30. A monster that will chill your blood! : SPIDERCRAB
31. Garr of "Mr. Mom" : TERI
32. Entree go-with : SIDE
33. "S.O.S." band : ABBA
34. Engine part : GEAR
35. Engine part : CAM
36. Juicer : SOT
39. Shaped like a megaphone : CONOIDAL
41. Carpaccio base : BEEF
44. Lady on U.S. coins : LIBERTY
47. Do-nothing : IDLER
49. Woman in an Ed Wood title : GLENDA
51. Transcript preparer : STENO
53. ___-majesté : LESE
54. "Wozzeck," e.g. : OPERA
55. Motown Records founder : GORDY
56. Struck, old-style : SMIT
57. Adonis : HUNK
58. Viola's range : ALTO
62. Brain monitor: Abbr. : EEG
64. No longer an option : OUT

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