New York Times, Saturday, June 17, 2000

Author: Rich Norris
Editor: Will Shortz
Rich Norris
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 33 Missing: {QWXZ} This is puzzle # 124 for Mr. Norris. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. It's cut and dried : BEEFJERKY
10. Parts of faiths : SECTS
15. Uncompromising offer : ALLORNONE
16. Spirit : HEART
17. They're rarely hits : FLIPSIDES
18. Uncanny : EERIE
19. Some officers : FEDS
20. Held : DEEMED
22. Fitting : DUE
23. Infuriate : IRE
24. Pearl Buck heroine : OLAN
25. Renfrew's org., in old radio : RCMP
26. Ticker locale: Abbr. : NYSE
28. Title girl in a 1968 Buckinghams hit : SUSAN
29. Projection : EAVE
30. Delicacy : TACT
32. Starts an occupation : MOVESIN
34. Court figure : ARGUER
37. Some gang members : BIKERS
38. Swordsman's belt worn diagonally from shoulder to hip : BALDRIC
40. One of the Muppets : ELMO
41. Seeing trouble : STYE
42. Kind of tag : PHONE
44. Fictional hunter : FUDD
48. Peculiarities : TICS
49. Picks (up) : PEPS
50. Test in coll., perhaps : GRE
51. Delicacy : ROE
52. Heavy metal : OSMIUM
54. Honoree's locale : DAIS
55. Tear open : UNRIP
57. Set aside : INRESERVE
59. ___-et-Loire (French department) : SAONE
60. Takes care of : SEESAFTER
61. With 28-Down, newswoman who founded a college in Claremont, Calif. : ELLEN
62. Final, maybe : ESSAYTEST
1. English navigator who searched for the Northwest Passage : BAFFIN
2. Queen of fiction : ELLERY
3. Passes over : ELIDES
4. Swells : FOPS
5. Some sons : JRS
6. English author Blyton : ENID
7. Endured : RODEOUT
8. Gets down : KNEELS
9. Polite response : YESMAAM
10. Slough : SHED
11. Letters on a pump, maybe : EEE
12. Sales rep's accessory : CARDCASE
13. Ancient magistrate : TRIUMVIR
14. Gets more arduous, in a way : STEEPENS
21. Dignify : ENNOBLE
25. Exude : REEKOF
27. Debussy's "Douze ___" : ETUDES
28. See 61-Across : SCRIPPS
31. Bubbly beginning? : AER
33. Dash : VIM
34. Deep : ABSTRUSE
35. Thinking : RATIONAL
36. Sweetening agent : GLYCEROL
39. Shift : CHEMISE
40. Ices : ENSURES
43. Conjectures : OPINES
45. Lorre's "Casablanca" role : UGARTE
46. Offensive actions : DRIVES
47. Barren : DESERT
52. Exposed : OPEN
53. City on the Salt River : MESA
54. Nimble : DEFT
56. Chemical suffix : INE
58. For instance : SAY

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