New York Times, Friday, June 9, 2000

Author: Joe DiPietro
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe DiPietro
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 30 Missing: {FJQZ} This is puzzle # 34 for Mr. DiPietro. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Fish with lines : STRIPEDBASS
12. Rx abbr. : TSP
15. "Search me!" : IHAVENOIDEA
16. "Certainement!" : OUI
17. National Actors Theatre founder : TONYRANDALL
18. Three Dog Night's "___ the World Ends" : TIL
19. Set a price of : ASK
20. One seeking some anthers : BEE
21. Chopper's skill? : KARATE
23. Tighten, in a way : RESEAL
26. Full of holes : RIDDLED
27. Dairy section selection : CREAMER
30. Conductor's intro? : SEMI
31. Ouija alternative : TAROT
34. Haberdashery supply : SOCKS
36. Not dis : DAT
37. Nerve cell appendages : AXONS
38. Italian prime : TRE
39. It's about 2,100 miles in diameter : PLUTO
41. One may be prepared for survival : KIT
42. Town destroyed during W.W. I : YPRES
44. Yellow, perhaps : RIPEN
45. Site of Roman ruins : ESTE
47. Bay of Whales locale : ROSSSEA
49. Lynx lynx, e.g. : SPECIES
51. Not a company man? : HERMIT
55. Kind of class : HONORS
56. It's stranded : RNA
58. What makes Dr. Dre? : ANE
59. Miracle response : AWE
60. Quasar, for one : RADIOSOURCE
64. Identify, informally : PEG
65. Classless society supporter : EGALITARIAN
66. Centimeter-gram-second unit : ERG
67. Today's teens : GENERATIONY
1. Indian music maker : SITAR
2. "___ Calloways" (Disney film) : THOSE
3. Officers' command : RANKS
4. Producer of wall flowers? : IVY
5. Part of a rate of speed : PER
6. Let : ENABLE
7. On the back burner, perhaps : DONE
8. It may be before one's time : BIDE
9. Org. for some extractors : ADA
10. Crusoe's supposed prototype : SELKIRK
11. Leaves on the table : SALAD
12. Reckoned : TOTALEDUP
13. Sharer of a hotel booking : SUITEMATE
14. Praised and then some : PILEDITON
22. Places for forks: Abbr. : RDS
24. Coll. major : ECON
25. Dilettantish : ARTSY
26. Niche : RECESS
28. Colt .45s, today : ASTROS
29. Conventions : MORES
31. Unfold : TAKESHAPE
32. Italy, once : AXISPOWER
33. Classic missile at a speaker : ROTTENEGG
35. Fling : SPREE
40. Storyteller : LIAR
43. Portend : PRESAGE
46. Friendly introduction? : ECO
48. National forest in California : SHASTA
50. Not smooth: Abbr. : IRREG
52. Tenor Lanza : MARIO
53. Like a bygone empire : INCAN
54. Minute : TEENY
56. Tee off : RILE
57. Like some roulette numbers : NOIR
61. Old title equivalent to "master" : DAN
62. Horse bit : OAT
63. Kingston sch. : URI

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