New York Times, Saturday, June 24, 2000

Author: Nancy Joline
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Nicholson Joline
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 31 Missing: {JQVZ} This is puzzle # 94 for Ms. Joline. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Permits passage, perhaps : STEPSASIDE
11. Time of a famous dispatch : IDES
15. Bills : PAPERMONEY
16. Custom officer's cry : NEXT
17. Better : AMELIORATE
18. Stoic philosopher : CATO
19. Basket alternative : CART
20. Band with the album "Monster" : REM
21. Singer Artis Ivey, familiarly : COOLIO
23. Physics class topic : ERG
24. Tape, say : RECORDING
26. Photocopied : RANOFF
30. It may follow one's convictions : SENTENCE
31. Act starter : SCENEI
32. Not get used : SIT
33. Fast cars : GTS
34. "Mystery Date" actress ___ Polo : TERI
36. Innocent : LAMB
39. Prefix with centenary : TER
42. 1980's program: Abbr. : SDI
44. Early Bird was the first one : COMSAT
48. Rating range : ONETOTEN
51. Long-tailed finch : TOWHEE
52. Desolation : STARKNESS
54. "Catch-22" pilot : ORR
55. Mezzo Berganza : TERESA
56. Hikes : UPS
58. Brothers : FRAS
59. Purlieu : AREA
60. It has strings attached : MARIONETTE
63. Force : DINT
64. There's no end to them : ETERNITIES
65. "Show Boat" cap'n : ANDY
66. Casting aid : SCREENTEST
1. Thumbs strike them : SPACERS
2. Fort Lauderdale suburb : TAMARAC
3. Table centerpiece : EPERGNE
4. Barrage : PELT
5. Indian name starter : SRI
6. Picasso's love : AMOR
7. More likely to erupt : SORER
8. Chaotic : INAMESS
9. P.D. figure : DET
10. Speaker's asset : EYECONTACT
11. Needing to be cracked? : INCODE
12. Casino activity : DEALING
13. Like ground sloths : EXTINCT
14. Old comics : STOOGES
22. Bit for the silent butler : ORT
25. Overlay with wood or plaster : CEIL
27. Peter Jennings's birthplace: Abbr. : ONT
28. Toll : FEE
29. Peter, Paul and Mary : FIRSTNAMES
35. Starting point for Pasteur : IDEE
37. Barn sound : MOO
38. Upscale wheels : BMW
39. Fiesta fare : TOSTADA
40. Join, redundantly : ENTERIN
41. Hit, in a way : REAREND
43. John Hancock, e.g. : INSURER
45. Shrimp : SHORTIE
46. Does an aquarium job : AERATES
47. Least long : TERSEST
49. Compact : TREATY
50. Accepts : OKS
53. Place for a finial : SPIRE
57. Sound amount : SONE
58. Boba ___ of "Star Wars" : FETT
61. Flight coordinators: Abbr. : ATC
62. Miller's lover in "Henry & June" : NIN

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