New York Times, Monday, June 19, 2000

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QX} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 111 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Tobacco mouthful : CHAW
5. Potato : SPUD
9. Commercial makers : ADMEN
14. Swearing-in words : OATH
15. ___Vista (Web search engine) : ALTA
16. Part of a gay refrain : TRALA
17. Mozart's "Madamina," e.g. : ARIA
18. New arrival on a horse farm : FOAL
19. Nonsensical : SILLY
20. Fibs of song : LITTLEWHITELIES
23. Movie locations : SETS
24. Shakespearean prince : HAL
25. High-spirited : JAUNTY
28. The "p" in m.p.g. : PER
30. Part of a cowboy's boot : SPUR
34. Someone ___ (not mine or yours) : ELSES
35. Give permission : SAYOK
37. Sacagawea coin denomination : ONE
38. Boy in a nightgown, in a children's rhyme : WEEWILLIEWINKIE
41. A Gabor sister : EVA
42. Closes in on : NEARS
43. Cuts down, foodwise : DIETS
44. Not so much : LESS
46. Campers, for short : RVS
47. Main course : ENTREE
48. As well : TOO
50. Snare : TRAP
51. Waterspout habitué : ITSYBITSYSPIDER
59. Capt. Ahab's obsession : WHALE
60. Tabula ___ : RASA
61. Bat's home : CAVE
62. Where Van Gogh cut off his ear : ARLES
63. Gershwin's "___ Plenty o' Nuttin'" : IGOT
64. Baby-bouncing place : KNEE
65. Elvis's blue shoe material : SUEDE
66. Mercedes-___ : BENZ
67. Lost buoyancy : SANK
1. Anthracite, e.g. : COAL
2. Mata ___ (spy) : HARI
3. Going strong : ATIT
4. "How's tricks?" : WHATSNEW
5. Football 2-pointer : SAFETY
6. Prepares ground for planting : PLOWS
7. Rocky Mountain state : UTAH
8. Limp watch painter : DALI
9. Bamboozled : ATSEA
10. Dentists' tools : DRILLS
11. French Sudan, today : MALI
12. Vogue rival : ELLE
13. Votes against : NAYS
21. Allows entry : LETSIN
22. Dice roll : THROW
25. Gem : JEWEL
26. Advil competitor : ALEVE
27. "___ directed" : USEAS
28. Twosomes : PAIRS
29. View finders? : EYES
31. Bluffer's game : POKER
32. Bring together : UNITE
33. Dodger shortstop of old : REESE
35. Many a Balkan : SLAV
36. Abduct : KIDNAP
39. "Vive ___!" : LEROI
40. Overdoes the criticism : NITPICKS
45. Did salon work : STYLED
47. Imitation : ERSATZ
49. Like a 500-pounder : OBESE
50. 1980's-90's ring champ : TYSON
51. "___ only trying to help" : IWAS
52. Drive-___ : THRU
53. After-Christmas event : SALE
54. Chicago paper, briefly : TRIB
55. Wise one : SAGE
56. Author Richard Henry ___ : DANA
57. Not odd : EVEN
58. Smell horrible : REEK

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