New York Times, Friday, October 6, 2000

Author: Harvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
Editor: Will Shortz
Harvey Estes
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11612/29/199311/26/200845
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Nancy Salomon
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1868/13/199511/7/2012116
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1.581521

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQX} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 53 for Mr. Estes. This is puzzle # 60 for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. It may have gone through the mill : PEPPER
7. 1966 Simon & Garfunkel hit : IAMAROCK
15. Unlikely to sermonize : AMORAL
16. Didn't leave : STAYEDON
17. Flap raisers? : PILOTS
18. Desiring callers, perhaps : LONESOME
19. Out : ALIBI
20. Point of attack? : FANG
21. Like some nerves : RAW
22. Partner's pay, perhaps : SECONDINCOME
26. Them's fighting words : ENGARDE
27. Purposeful and efficient : CANDO
31. Dear, to Dante : CARO
33. Bill, in Bordeaux : BEC
34. Offbeat, plus : FAROUT
35. Case worker's org.? : ABA
36. Sign of trouble : BADOMEN
38. Geol., e.g. : SCI
39. User of "little gray cells" : POIROT
41. Granting grp. : NEA
42. Solidifies : SETS
43. Vivarin alternative : NODOZ
44. Hollywood up-and-comer : STARLET
46. Place : COMEINSECOND
50. Letters on some lotions : SPF
53. Longs : YENS
54. One pulling some strings : TUNER
55. Charger : WARHORSE
58. Fought : STROVE
59. "Under a Glass Bell" writer : ANAISNIN
60. Candy brand : REESES
61. Liking : PENCHANT
62. They're taken while waiting : ORDERS
1. Old men : PAPAS
2. Rousseau novel subtitled "On Education" : EMILE
3. Bust : POLICERAID
4. Free : PROBONO
5. It's vital to life : EATING
6. Initials of Jim Hawkins's creator : RLS
7. Australia, e.g. : ISLANDCONTINENT
8. Now : ATONCE
9. Tropical flavor : MANGO
10. With 31-Down, bosun's reply : AYE
11. Object in court : RES
12. Kitchen drawer? : ODOR
13. What an out patient may be in : COMA
14. Experienced : KNEW
20. Let go : FIRED
23. Sponge gently : DABAT
24. Thom ___ shoes : MCAN
25. Canal locale : EAR
28. In direct confrontation : NOSETONOSE
29. It brings a tear to the eye : DUCT
30. Bluesman Spann : OTIS
31. See 10-Down : CAPN
32. Bug tail? : ABOO
34. They may be allayed : FEARS
36. Doofus : BOZO
37. Wealth : MEANS
40. Mythical creature : ROC
42. Came by : SECURED
44. Greets and seats : SEESIN
45. Steno's work : LETTER
47. Nora's portrayer in "The Thin Man" : MYRNA
48. When some things change : NEVER
49. Shift, e.g. : DRESS
50. Give and take : SWAP
51. Window shopper's buy : PANE
52. Middle of an old children's trio : FRAN
56. Popular fruit drink : HIC
57. Kyrgyz region or its capital : OSH
58. B.O. posting : SRO

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