New York Times, Saturday, June 16, 2001

Author: Dana Motley
Editor: Will Shortz
Dana Motley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31 Missing: {JV} This is puzzle # 10 for Ms. Motley. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Hard to understand : OPAQUE
7. Maneuver : PLOY
11. Passé platters : LPS
14. They fill some cavities : GROUTS
15. Hokkaido native : AINU
16. Dig into : EAT
17. One way to love someone : LIKEASISTER
19. Masseur's workplace, maybe : SPA
20. Way to go? : EXIT
21. Let up : EASE
22. Words starting a supposition : IFSAY
24. Dorothy Parker deliveries : ZINGERS
27. Masseur's stock : OILS
28. Succotash ingredients : LIMAS
31. Figures of speech? : ORATORS
33. The Maldives, e.g. : ATOLLS
35. Calculated-risk takers : STUNTMEN
38. Makeshift cookie cutters : TINCANS
40. Not deep-sea : INSHORE
41. Relative of Finnish : ESTONIAN
43. ___ Club : SIERRA
44. Crop-raising sites : PADDIES
46. Lock : TRESS
47. Stew : FRET
49. Bay State symbol : ELMTREE
51. Charles de Gaulle's birthplace : LILLE
53. Admirer : BEAU
54. Cuba libre ingredient : COLA
58. Clay, eventually : ALI
59. Amaryllis family member : FROSTFLOWER
62. Word before "I don't know" : GEE
63. Asian tongue : THAI
64. It has a canopy : FOREST
65. Mt. Hermon locale: Abbr. : SYR
66. Swillbellies : SOTS
67. Where Marion Jones won three golds : SYDNEY
1. Look accompanying a line : OGLE
2. Grand ___ : PRIX
3. 1983 Hawaiian Open winner : AOKI
4. Feathered Serpent : QUETZALCOATL
5. Hagen with three Tonys : UTA
6. It's near Gelsenkirchen : ESSEN
7. Highway speedsters : PASSERS
8. Book review types : LITERATI
9. Start for step or stop : ONE
10. Cosmonaut Gagarin : YURI
11. Mies van der Rohe's motto : LESSISMORE
12. Like some bulls : PAPAL
13. Is a good dog, perhaps : STAYS
18. Verdi villain : IAGO
23. Just so you know : FORTHERECORD
25. Part of many a chain : ISLAND
26. Floors : STUNS
28. Fall-blooming, say : LATE
29. Illness's end? : ITIS
30. Winooski River city : MONTPELIER
32. Kind of training : ONSITE
34. Malicious : SNIDE
36. Transgresses : ERRS
37. Civil rights activist Ralph : NEAS
39. It's wind-driven : SAILBOAT
42. Wellington, to Napoleon : NEMESIS
45. 1 out of 3, e.g. : STAT
47. Post office needs : FLAGS
48. "Little Orphant Annie" poet : RILEY
50. Trumps when unable to follow suit : RUFFS
52. Terrestrial newts : EFTS
55. "___ Wingrave" (Britten opera) : OWEN
56. ___-majesté : LESE
57. Dilettantish : ARTY
60. Christogram component : RHO
61. Powell's detective film co-star : LOY

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