New York Times, Wednesday, February 21, 2001

Author: Karen Hodge
Editor: Will Shortz
Karen Young Bonin
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: none – this is a pangram Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 8 for Ms. Bonin. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Pocahontas's husband : ROLFE
6. Invitation to duel, perhaps : SLAP
10. Close to closed : AJAR
14. Intense hatred : ODIUM
15. Tabula ___ : RASA
16. Ankle-length skirt : MAXI
17. Nearing the hour : TENTO
18. James Bond beauties? : SPYSGIRLS
20. Titan orbits it : SATURN
22. St. ___ (spring break spot) : PETE
23. Drop in on : SEE
24. Bar choices : RYES
26. Feather's mate : TAR
27. Where to order un thé : CAFE
30. Luau staple : POI
32. Back from dreamland : AWAKE
37. ___ above : ACUT
38. "Alfred" composer : ARNE
40. Cameos, e.g. : ROLES
41. Marine creatures with unneeded limbs? : THREELEGGEDRAYS
44. Masked critters : COONS
45. L.B.J. son-in-law : ROBB
46. Barrie pirate : SMEE
47. Buchholz of "The Magnificent Seven" : HORST
48. H.S.T.'s successor : DDE
49. Kickoff preceder : TOSS
50. Absorbed, as a loss : ATE
53. Part of UHF: Abbr. : FREQ
55. Pole worker : ELF
58. Kind of stand : TAXI
60. Statement of the obvious : TRUISM
64. Emulate Prometheus? : SEIZEFIRE
67. Veep John ___ Garner : NANCE
68. Word processor command : SAVE
69. Custard concoction : FLAN
70. "___ Marner" : SILAS
71. Scraped (out) : EKED
72. Itches : YENS
73. Winter Palace residents : TSARS
1. Goes bad : ROTS
2. Concert halls : ODEA
3. Suit jacket buildup : LINT
4. 2004 Olympics stars? : FUTURETENS
5. Atlanta university : EMORY
6. A.A.R.P. members : SRS
7. Reindeer herder : LAPP
8. So far : ASYET
9. Elbows, but not knees : PASTA
10. Horner's last words : AMI
11. Shakes up : JARS
12. Linchpin's place : AXLE
13. Court order? : RISE
19. Actor Depardieu : GERARD
21. Sherpa's home : NEPAL
25. More tender : SORER
27. Come down with : CATCH
28. Allergy season sound : ACHOO
29. Uproar : FUROR
31. ___ we trust : INGOD
33. Least desirable wharves? : WORSTQUAIS
34. Something to remember? : ALAMO
35. "Dinner at Antoine's" author : KEYES
36. They're common in Mississippi : ESSES
39. Treble clef lines : EGBDF
42. What you will : ESTATE
43. Thumb-raising critic : EBERT
51. Chewy candy : TAFFY
52. Send to Siberia : EXILE
54. Surrealist Max : ERNST
55. In ___ (actually) : ESSE
56. Security lapse : LEAK
57. Half a sawbuck : FIVE
59. OPEC member : IRAN
61. "To Live and Die ___" : INLA
62. Permanent marker? : SCAR
63. Quantico cuisine : MESS
65. Zodiac's start, in England : ZED
66. U.S.N.A. grad : ENS

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