New York Times, Saturday, July 15, 2000

Author: David J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 63 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. In other words : THATIS
7. Ally on TV : CALISTA
14. Plain : HOMELY
15. Like some fine pottery : ORIENTAL
16. PANT : ENAMEL
17. CHEF : DOMINANT
18. Lively folk dance : HORA
19. Expensive car trips : TOWS
20. One of four Holy Roman emperors : OTTO
21. Surface : ARISE
23. Scandinavian money : ORE
24. Some nods : CUES
25. Jazz composer Evans : GIL
26. SPED : SAW
28. Coins with profiles of Nehru : RUPEES
31. Having no bounds: Abbr. : UNL
32. Pop music's Hanson, e.g. : TRIO
34. Vote in Québec : NON
35. Traits helpful in answering the eight capitalized clues : EGOCENTRICITIES
41. "...___ will!" : ORI
42. City on the Rhein : KOLN
43. Fuzziness : NAP
44. Kind of case : CLOSET
47. MOST : WET
48. Windy City transportation inits. : CTA
49. 48-Across's specialty : RAIL
50. What some surrogates get : OVA
52. Air beyond the clouds : ETHER
54. 1970's Vogue discovery : IMAN
55. Name for an Irish lass : ERIN
56. River known in ancient times as Obringa : AARE
57. DEFY : VENERATE
59. RUNS : DEBRIS
61. Strikeouts? : ERASURES
62. High point : APOGEE
63. Curtain decoration : TASSELS
64. Like the worst predictions : DIREST
1. Place for diplomacy : THEHAGUE
2. Eulogist's activity : HONORING
3. City that's the title of an Emmylou Harris song : AMARILLO
4. Melodic subjects : TEMAS
5. Suffix with project : ILE
6. Lang. unit : SYL
7. Braggart : CROWER
8. Sights : AIMS
9. ___ Day (May 1, in Hawaii) : LEI
10. NAVE : INNOCENT
11. David, e.g. : STATUE
12. Rouen relations : TANTES
13. Concert voices : ALTOS
15. Quality : ODOR
19. Specifically : TOWIT
22. Glycerides, e.g. : ESTERS
27. 1970's sitcom : ARNIE
29. Result of some arm-twisting? : UNCLE
30. ___ Claire (city near Montreal) : POINTE
33. Where Mork and Mindy honeymooned : ORK
36. POSE : COOLNESS
37. Herbert Hoover, for one : IOWAN
38. Responsible : INCHARGE
39. Bistros and the like : EATERIES
40. Gaunt : SPARESET
44. Land development : CAMERA
45. Rain forest sights : LIANAS
46. Just desserts : TORTES
49. Transfix : RIVET
51. Struggles : VIES
53. Accompaniment for a fife : TABOR
55. Title meaning "chieftain" : EARL
58. Wish nullified : RUE
59. Pop : DAD
60. Prefix with grammatical : EPI

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