New York Times, Monday, July 31, 2000

Author: Marjorie Berg
Editor: Will Shortz
Marjorie Berg
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Ms. Berg. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. What an umbrella may provide : SHADE
6. Moolah : GELT
10. Mama's partner : PAPA
14. Dead, as an engine : KAPUT
15. Gallic girlfriend : AMIE
16. Appliance with a cord and a board : IRON
17. Hole-___ : INONE
18. Head-butts : RAMS
19. Former Speaker Gingrich : NEWT
20. Office fasteners : PAPERCLIPS
22. "Trick" joint : KNEE
23. Symbol of slowness : SNAIL
24. Some Romanovs : TSARS
25. Stir-fry pan : WOK
28. Former Detroit auto inits. : AMC
29. Belgian composer Jacques : BREL
31. Safe to eat : EDIBLE
33. Not rigid : FLEXIBLE
37. Gaucho's weapon : BOLA
38. Neighbor of Egypt : LIBYA
40. Docking spot : PIER
41. Vegetable with a head : BROCCOLI
43. Went ape : LOSTIT
45. "Kiss Me, ___" : KATE
46. Norm: Abbr. : STD
47. Opposite of NNW : SSE
48. Embezzlement, e.g. : THEFT
51. Battery terminal : ANODE
53. Rock's partner : ROLL
54. They're seen in air traffic control towers : RADARBLIPS
59. Nay sayer : ANTI
60. Dinner from a bucket : SLOP
61. Foil maker : ALCOA
62. Chicken site : COOP
63. "Psycho" actress Miles : VERA
64. Members of a pride : LIONS
65. Sea eagles : ERNS
66. Locked (up) : PENT
67. Raises some interest? : LENDS
1. Pass over : SKIP
2. Czech tennis ace Mandlikova : HANA
3. Each : APOP
4. Sand drifts : DUNES
5. Unending : ETERNAL
6. Scampi seasoning : GARLIC
7. Memo from a dot-com, maybe : EMAIL
8. Not having much body : LIMP
9. Actress Harper : TESS
10. Fires : PINKSLIPS
11. "Gladiator" setting : ARENA
12. Major nation : POWER
13. Pays to play : ANTES
21. King Arthur's home : CAMELOT
24. Gore-___ (fabric) : TEX
25. "Dragnet" star : WEBB
26. What the nose knows : ODOR
27. Prefix with hertz : KILO
29. Round-the-world traveler Nellie : BLY
30. One with a lot to offer? : REALTOR
32. Reverse springs : BACKFLIPS
33. J. Edgar Hoover's org. : FBI
34. Computer units : BITS
35. Hawaiian neckwear : LEIS
36. One-named Art Deco designer : ERTE
39. ___ de France : ILE
42. Jazz man : CAT
44. Eccentric : ODDBALL
46. Speak sharply to : SNAPAT
48. Not do original drawings : TRACE
49. "Employee of the Month," e.g. : HONOR
50. Pop-rocker John : ELTON
51. Deck out : ADORN
52. "Dallas" matriarch Miss ___ : ELLIE
54. Invitation request : RSVP
55. Toward shelter : ALEE
56. Computer image : ICON
57. Frog's home : POND
58. Back talk : SASS

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