New York Times, Wednesday, October 4, 2000

Author: Adam Cohen
Editor: Will Shortz
Adam Cohen
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QVWX} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Cohen. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Cake with a kick : BABA
5. Lemon locale? : CARLOT
11. Freestyle musical performance : JAM
14. Cousins of kiwis : EMUS
15. Pricing word : APIECE
16. El Dorado's lure : ORO
17. Airplane for a rock singer? : FIGHTERJETT
19. Pinch, in a way : NAB
20. Currently plentiful : INSEASON
21. Scrum game : RUGBY
23. Playpen item : TOY
24. When repeated, a 1953 Cole Porter musical : CAN
25. Comparative word : THAN
27. Medical supplies for a chanteuse? : FIRSTAIDKITT
32. Argus-eyed : ALERT
35. Trolley predecessor : HORSECAR
36. Guitarist Hendrix : JIMI
37. Scrape together : RAISE
39. Slight : MERE
40. Certain erratum : OMISSION
42. Use an atomizer : SPRAY
43. Cooking area for an actor? : BARBECUEPITT
46. Part of Q.E.D. : ERAT
47. Bush spokesman Fleischer : ARI
48. Hero : SUB
51. Lost : ATSEA
54. In an unharmonious way : ATONALLY
56. "How dumb of me!" : DOH
57. Place for a senator's car? : PARKINGLOTT
60. Last in a series : ZEE
61. "Seinfeld" role : ELAINE
62. End-of-performance call : MORE
63. Conductor ___-Pekka Salonen : ESA
64. Communicated like Marlee Matlin : SIGNED
65. Where people shape up : SPAS
1. Seem suitable for : BEFIT
2. ___ acid : AMINO
3. 1991 gangster role for Warren Beatty : BUGSY
4. Queens stadium name : ASHE
5. Kind of salad : CAESAR
6. Green perimeters : APRONS
7. Rembrandt van ___ : RIJN
8. Writer Harper : LEE
9. Pumpkin time: Abbr. : OCT
10. Quaternities : TETRADS
11. "Fanny" novelist : JONG
12. Kaffiyeh wearer : ARAB
13. ___ Dick : MOBY
18. Understood : TACIT
22. Disheveled : UNKEMPT
25. Santa Fe Trail town : TAOS
26. Take on : HIRE
27. Invention spawned by a pie tin : FRISBEE
28. Yours, once : THINE
29. Patisserie employee : ICER
30. Butler's haunt : TARA
31. Long basket, in basketball slang : TREY
32. "Get ___" (1957 hit) : AJOB
33. Capital near Callao : LIMA
34. Literally, "commander" : EMIR
37. Costa ___ : RICA
38. Hot month in Québec : AOUT
41. Colorful wraps : SERAPES
42. Apiarist's woe : STING
44. Copper coating: Var. : PATINE
45. Decreased? : IRONED
48. America's Cup entrant : SLOOP
49. Extreme : ULTRA
50. They're committed to memory : BYTES
51. Cabinetmaker's tool : ADZE
52. 11 to 20, for some counters : TOES
53. Queens stadium name : SHEA
54. Comparable : AKIN
55. Handouts : ALMS
58. Ring master? : ALI
59. Joplin specialty : RAG

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