New York Times, Tuesday, June 13, 2000

Author: Peter Gordon
Editor: Will Shortz
Peter Gordon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JKQVZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 39 for Mr. Gordon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
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1. Important exam : FINAL
6. Serene : CALM
10. Pint sellers : PUBS
14. Concert site : ARENA
15. Zone : AREA
16. "Make it snappy!" : ASAP
17. Small salamanders : NEWTS
18. Hussy : MINX
19. Pro ___ : RATA
20. Command to a sloucher : SITUPSTRAIGHT
23. Mutt : CUR
25. Mao ___-tung : TSE
26. Haunt : OBSESS
27. Nervous : ONEDGE
30. Contains : HAS
31. Greek theater : ODEON
32. Stoltz of "Mask" : ERIC
34. Dog in "Beetle Bailey" : OTTO
38. Park : PULLUPTOTHECURB
41. Dry run : TEST
42. Wraps up : ENDS
43. Losing come-out roll in craps : THREE
44. Madrid Mrs. : SRA
45. ___ Tunes (cartoon series) : LOONEY
46. Summer attire : SHORTS
50. Hack's workplace : CAB
52. Stubborn one : ASS
53. Be dead and buried : PUSHUPDAISIES
57. With the bow, in music : ARCO
58. Na+ and Ca++, e.g. : IONS
59. "Cheers" mailman : CLIFF
62. Dressed : CLAD
63. Authentic : REAL
64. Influential member of a tribe : ELDER
65. Fictional Jane : EYRE
66. Writer ___ Stanley Gardner : ERLE
67. Squalid : SEEDY
1. Strike out : FAN
2. Wrath : IRE
3. Bygone cinema bonuses : NEWSREELS
4. Opposed : ANTI
5. Remain in good shape : LAST
6. Pitches a tent : CAMPS
7. Get up : ARISE
8. It begins on Ash Wednesday : LENT
9. Noted jazz drummer : MAXROACH
10. Notre Dame's city : PARIS
11. Style manual concern : USAGE
12. Spa : BATHS
13. Fop's footwear : SPATS
21. Sport ___ (modern vehicle) : UTE
22. Stomach muscles, briefly : ABS
23. Take for one's own use : COOPT
24. Excessive : UNDUE
28. Moron : DOLT
29. Bearded antelope : GNU
30. Top 40 station's play list : HITS
32. 11,000-foot mount in Europe : ETNA
33. Pistol, slangily : ROD
34. Cuatro y cuatro : OCHO
35. Avert : TURNASIDE
36. Park features : TREES
37. Respects the rules : OBEYS
39. Get worked up? : PERSPIRE
40. D.D.E.'s command, once : ETO
44. Good name for a cook : STU
45. There are 2.2 in a kg. : LBS
46. "The final frontier" : SPACE
47. ___-burly : HURLY
48. "American Beauty" prize : OSCAR
49. ___ Island : RHODE
50. Ear part : CANAL
51. Air passenger's request : AISLE
54. Perpetrator : DOER
55. Clinches : ICES
56. Vogue competitor : ELLE
60. Agent from Washington : FED
61. Prepare scrapple, say : FRY

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