New York Times, Thursday, May 17, 2001

Author: David J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 34 Missing: {QWZ} This is puzzle # 73 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Menus, essentially : LISTS
6. Magnum and others: Abbr. : PIS
9. Trans World Dome team : RAMS
13. Tee off : ANNOY
14. See 46-Across : ACT
15. Think out loud : OPINE
17. Swedish tennis star's favorite movie? : BJORNFREE
19. Match play? : ARSON
20. Capek play : RUR
21. Singer who really cuts the mustard? : CELINEDIJON
23. Letters' partner : ARTS
25. Works accepted as authentic : CANON
26. Madrigal accompaniment : LUTE
27. Trial : TESTRUN
29. Not sweet : SEC
31. Sábado or domingo : DIA
32. Tiny bit : OUNCE
34. Blew a gasket : RAGED
36. Vehicle for touring Scandinavia? : FJORDEXPLORER
40. Kind of concerto : VIOLA
41. Your of yore : THINE
42. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" girl : EVA
43. Time off? : LAG
46. With 14-Across, what latecomers may miss : OPENING
50. Spring period : LENT
52. ___ del Sol : COSTA
54. Livy's love : AMOR
55. Chinese dish that casts a spell? : MOJOSHUPORK
58. J.F.K. abbr. : ETA
59. Keep ___ out for : ANEYE
60. Coxcombs (and a hint to solving this puzzle) : POPINJAYS
62. Place atop : SETON
63. Prefix with annual : TRI
64. Wet spots : OASES
65. It may be ear-piercing : STUD
66. Like Nasdaq securities: Abbr. : OTC
67. Words before "Remember" and "Forget," in song titles : TRYTO
1. A-mazing animal? : LABRAT
2. Wound : INJURE
3. Sty cacophony : SNORTS
4. Rocky hilltop : TOR
5. Harmony, informally : SYNC
6. Manner of speaking : PARLANCE
7. Make housebound, as by bad weather : ICEIN
8. Hearing aides : STENOS
9. Pike : ROAD
10. You may get fooled when it arrives : APRIL
11. Think wrongly of : MISJUDGE
12. More stuck up : SNOOTIER
16. Supreme Court, for one : ENNEAD
18. Prolific : FECUND
22. Wind dir. : ENE
24. Aid in reaching a high shelf, maybe : STOOL
28. Bucolic : RURAL
30. "Snow White" meanie : CRONE
33. No. after a no. : EXT
35. It may have boxes and boxers : ARENA
36. Change for a fin : FIVEONES
37. "I Love Rock 'n Roll" rocker : JOANJETT
38. Like vision in bright light : PHOTOPIC
39. Italy's ___ Islands : LIPARI
40. "Chicago" vamp and others : VELMAS
44. Cologne cry : ACH
45. Approach : GOUPTO
47. "Doesn't matter to me" : IMEASY
48. Reply to the impatient : NOTYET
49. Former Conn. governor Ella : GRASSO
51. "Nuts ___!" : TOYOU
53. Fencing, e.g. : SPORT
56. Thrill : SEND
57. Cluster : KNOT
61. Be discordant : JAR

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