New York Times, Wednesday, June 14, 2000

Author: Nancy Salomon and Sherry O. Blackard
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Salomon
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1868/13/199511/7/2012116
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1.581521
Sherry O. Blackard
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534/11/20004/28/20075
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1.52003

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JKQXZ} This is puzzle # 53 for Ms. Salomon. This is puzzle # 2 for Ms. Blackard. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Trifle : GEWGAW
7. Scenery spoiler : SMOG
11. "Kapow!" : BAM
14. Pleistocene Epoch, familiarly : ICEAGE
15. Come into view : LOOM
16. Skilled horseman of the Old West : UTE
17. Roads to wedded bliss? : BRIDALPATHS
19. Sign of success : SRO
20. Any old town : BURG
21. Grand party : FETE
22. End of 14-Across : THAW
23. Timeline sections : ERAS
25. Beach accessory : TOWEL
28. Prenuptial nerves? : ALTAREDSTATES
32. See 63-Across : ARE
33. Nix from Nixon, e.g. : VETO
34. Bossy boss : TYRANT
36. Artist Rousseau : HENRI
38. Give it ___ : AGO
40. Stake : WAGER
41. Director's cry : ACTION
43. Ancient Andean : INCA
45. Altdorf's canton : URI
46. Snort of a confirmed bachelor? : AISLEBEDARNED
49. Quality camera : LEICA
50. Word processing command : UNDO
51. It may be critical : MASS
53. Campus marchers: Abbr. : ROTC
55. The last Mrs. Chaplin : OONA
59. Latin trio leader : AMO
60. Advice to a wannabe princess? : MARRYANDREW
63. With 32-Across, a 1983 Lionel Richie hit : YOU
64. Horace tome : ODES
65. "Wait Till the Sun Shines" girl : NELLIE
66. Nile reptile : ASP
67. Stag, in a way : SOLO
68. Renders unyielding : STEELS
1. The "Gee" in Bee Gees : GIBB
2. Hose hue : ECRU
3. Small dam : WEIR
4. Potato peeler, e.g. : GADGET
5. Turkish honorific : AGA
6. Prosperity : WELFARE
7. Part of a farm feeder : SLAT
8. Some church music : MOTETS
9. "That feels good!" : OOH
10. A.L. or N.L. V.I.P.'s : GMS
11. Amateurish : BUSHLEAGUE
12. Razor brand : ATRA
13. Siamese-speak : MEOW
18. 100 centimos : PESETA
22. Prefix with -zene : TETRA
24. It has full pockets : RAVIOLI
26. Baseball's Master Melvin : OTT
27. Disobedient : WAYWARD
28. Betel palm : ARECA
29. Vegetarian protein source : LENTILSOUP
30. Stray from the herd : DOGIE
31. Quite a dummy : SNERD
32. "That's it!" : AHA
35. Prefix with athlete : TRI
37. Gets promoted : RISES
39. Taxi sign : ONDUTY
42. Japanese computer giant : NEC
44. Things people do to get their kicks? : CANCANS
47. Speed (along) : BARREL
48. Noggin : NOODLE
51. Poet Angelou : MAYA
52. Pop singer Tori : AMOS
54. About : ORSO
56. Heraldic border : ORLE
57. Diamond of music : NEIL
58. Bowls over : AWES
60. Calendar pages: Abbr. : MOS
61. Big deal : ADO
62. Bottom line : NET

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