New York Times, Saturday, December 2, 2000

Author: David J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 67 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Big moneymaker : CASHCOW
8. Chairs may hold them : GAVELS
14. Still, in a way : APPEASE
15. "Some nerve!" : THEIDEA
16. Firmly formed : WELLSET
17. Jam and cram again : RESTUFF
18. ___ Francis of hockey fame : EMILE
19. Dweller in Clydebank : SCOT
21. Paris Opera part : ACTE
22. Unlock : DECODE
24. In print : OUT
25. Teaching venues : LABS
26. ___ Brainard, the Absent-Minded Professor : NED
27. Smashing : TIPTOP
30. Use a shuttle : TAT
31. Kind of hole : OZONE
33. Plenty : ATON
35. Trying cases, plea bargaining, etc.? : ALLINADASWORK
39. Jackson of jazz : MILT
40. Prefix meaning "likeness" : ICONO
41. Pocket : NET
42. Expected to happen : SLATED
45. Pinkerton, e.g. : TEC
48. Morsels : ORTS
50. "Well, lookee here!" : OHO
51. Art school name : ASHCAN
54. Artifice : WILE
55. Hit or miss : VERB
57. "___ else fails ..." : IFALL
58. Brewer's product : ICEDTEA
60. Words before a fight? : ENGARDE
62. When repeated, not much in the way of news : SAMEOLD
63. One who puts on a cap : LIMITER
64. Pizazz : ENERGY
65. Some disbelievers : STARERS
1. Sounded like a rook : CAWED
2. Cave dwellers : APEMEN
3. Unite : SPLICE
4. Pickup artist's line? : HELLODOLL
5. Checked out : CASED
6. Suffix with 55-Across : OSE
7. Volstead Act opponents : WETS
8. Tough area : GHETTO
9. 50's political monogram : AES
10. Like some organs : VITAL
11. Don of England, e.g. : EDUCATOR
12. Musée d'Orsay locale : LEFTBANK
13. Most dependable : SAFEST
15. They chase flies : TROUT
20. One who works for the Police Gazette? : COPEDITOR
23. Town connected by bridge to Windsor : ETON
28. ___ sense : INA
29. Director's opposite : PAWN
32. Bad marks in high school, maybe : ZITS
34. Dentists' convention? : TOOTHFAIR
35. Like some plans : AMERICAN
36. 1962 musical choreographed by Bob Fosse : LITTLEME
37. It's nonreturnable : ACE
38. Mixer : SODA
41. Without any chance at all (and a phonetic hint to this puzzle's theme) : NOWISE
43. Enticing : LOVELY
44. Up, in a way : AHEAD
46. Ballet position : ECARTE
47. Arp contemporary : CALDER
49. Where questions are asked : SEDER
52. Fraternity letter : SIGMA
53. Giants and Pirates, e.g. : NLERS
56. Sound units : BELS
59. Dress (up) : TOG
61. It may be picked : NIT

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