New York Times, Saturday, May 19, 2001

Author: Dana Motley
Editor: Will Shortz
Dana Motley
TotalDebutLatestCollabs
311/30/19978/16/20130
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
20001721
ScrabbleRebusCirclePangram
1.53000

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31 Missing: {BQXZ} This is puzzle # 8 for Ms. Motley. NYT links: Across Lite

1
M
2
A
3
D
4
A
5
M
6
U
7
G
8
H
9
S
10
C
11
A
12
L
13
I
14
A
M
I
T
Y
15
P
R
I
M
16
H
M
O
S
17
C
O
L
O
R
18
S
O
L
I
19
T
A
I
R
E
20
S
I
E
N
N
21
A
22
C
A
R
O
T
E
N
E
23
T
E
A
R
24
J
E
R
K
E
R
25
L
26
O
T
S
27
E
E
R
Y
28
H
O
29
S
30
E
31
D
32
A
N
A
33
C
O
T
Y
34
H
O
O
P
L
A
35
P
I
N
36
H
O
L
E
37
P
A
L
M
I
S
T
38
P
O
T
A
L
E
39
C
A
R
D
40
N
I
E
41
S
N
E
R
D
42
S
O
I
R
43
A
D
E
S
44
P
E
45
C
C
A
D
I
46
L
L
O
47
I
48
N
49
C
I
S
O
R
S
50
S
O
C
C
51
E
52
R
53
F
I
R
S
T
R
A
T
54
E
55
G
O
T
T
A
56
F
L
A
T
57
O
P
E
L
58
I
V
O
R
Y
59
Y
E
W
S
60
T
E
R
I
61
C
E
R
E
S
© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. ___ President : MADAM
6. Cries of aversion : UGHS
10. Capital of Valle del Cauca department : CALI
14. Accord : AMITY
15. Governessy : PRIM
16. Benefit package providers : HMOS
17. Almond or walnut : COLOR
18. It's set in a ring : SOLITAIRE
20. Raw ___ : SIENNA
22. Pumpkin pigment : CAROTENE
23. Pathetic play : TEARJERKER
25. Mountains : LOTS
27. Like Serling stories: Var. : EERY
28. Bamboozled : HOSED
32. New Mexico's Dona ___ county : ANA
33. De Gaulle's predecessor : COTY
34. Fuss : HOOPLA
35. Film flaw : PINHOLE
37. One might use a life line : PALMIST
38. Residue left after alcohol has been distilled : POTALE
39. Two or three, but not one : CARD
40. Never, in Neuss : NIE
41. Bergen spoke for him : SNERD
42. Debussy's "Beau ___" : SOIR
43. Some punches : ADES
44. Slip : PECCADILLO
47. They bite : INCISORS
50. It may require you to use your head : SOCCER
53. Capital : FIRSTRATE
55. Must, informally : GOTTA
56. Blowout result : FLAT
57. Kadett maker : OPEL
58. Scrimshaw medium : IVORY
59. Some archery bows : YEWS
60. 1980's-90's actress Copley : TERI
61. Demeter, to Romans : CERES
1. Fellows : MACS
2. Mine, in Marseille : AMOI
3. No expert : DILETTANTE
4. Makes up : ATONES
5. William's "The Thin Man" co-star : MYRNA
6. Prosperous periods : UPS
7. Place to take a list : GROCERY
8. Sainted fifth-century pope : HILARY
9. Exhibit smugness, in a way : SMIRK
10. Modern hangout : CHATROOM
11. Sedan sweetie : AMIE
12. Desolate : LORN
13. Psychiatrist's reply : ISEE
19. Slight support : TOEHOLD
21. Iris ring : AREOLE
24. Leap in a tutu : JETE
25. Arctic dwellers : LAPPS
26. Frank option : ONION
29. Public relations pro : SPINDOCTOR
30. Jack's beloved in "The Yeomen of the Guard" : ELSIE
31. They're set for marriage : DATES
33. Least emotional : COLDEST
34. "I'm OK - You're Okay" author : HARRIS
36. Angels, fancifully : HARPISTS
37. Nice word to see on a bill : PAID
39. It may be loopy : COASTER
42. Predicament : SCRAPE
43. Low-traffic spot : ALCOVE
45. "La Danse des Nymphes" artist : COROT
46. It makes sense : LOGIC
47. Up in the air : IFFY
48. Sight in Memphis : NILE
49. Sticking point : CRAW
51. Arles auxiliary : ETRE
52. They're caught on beaches : RAYS
54. Philip Roth's "___, the Fanatic" : ELI

Found bugs or have suggestions?

Previous puzzle | Next puzzle