New York Times, Wednesday, August 16, 2000

Author: David Levinson Wilk
Editor: Will Shortz
David Levinson Wilk
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Wilk. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Rice, e.g.: Abbr. : UNIV
5. Category under "race," maybe : OTHER
10. "That's gross!" : UGH
13. Book with legends : ATLAS
15. Russell of "Gladiator" : CROWE
16. Second Amendment rights grp. : NRA
17. With 36- and 57-Across, an old dramatist's motto? : WHERETHERES
19. It's measured in MB : RAM
20. Pupils' surroundings : IRISES
21. Buzzing with excitement : ABOIL
23. Light into : ASSAIL
26. Like some sandwich bags : SEALABLE
28. Work of 1606 : MACBETH
30. Urgent request : BEHEST
31. Ph.D. hurdles : ORALS
32. Northeastern Indians : ERIES
35. Word after going or flat : RATE
36. See 17-Across : AWILL
37. Cold, to Conchita : FRIA
41. Truffles et al. : FUNGI
42. Creature under a bridge : TROLL
43. Mr. Munster, of 60's TV : HERMAN
47. Work of 1604 : OTHELLO
49. Did : EXECUTED
52. End of a blackmail letter : ORELSE
53. Sherpa's home : NEPAL
54. Brinks : VERGES
56. Nutrition inits. : RDA
57. See 17-Across : THERESAPLAY
62. Jr. and sr. : YRS
63. Goofed : ERRED
64. Photographer Arbus : DIANE
65. Port vessel : VAT
66. Roll-tops : DESKS
67. Historic caravel : NINA
1. Detroit org. : UAW
2. Mathematician's number : NTH
3. Elba, e.g., to Napoléon : ILE
4. Like some manufacturing costs : VARIABLE
5. Publisher Adolph : OCHS
6. Feller's targets : TREES
7. Simple basketball game : HORSE
8. Farm female : EWE
9. Some Realtors' deals : RESALES
10. Get ready to shower : UNROBE
11. Objects of quests : GRAILS
12. Work of 1604 : HAMLET
14. One thing after another : SERIES
18. Fight like a knight : TILT
22. Dickens cry : BAH
23. Boy with a bow : AMOR
24. F.D.R.'s mother : SARA
25. Improvise, in a way : SCAT
27. Brother of Seth : ABEL
29. Axed : HEWN
33. Tractor-trailer : RIG
34. Of the hipbone: Prefix : ILIO
36. Polly, to Tom : AUNT
37. "Wheel of Fortune" bonus : FREESPIN
38. Craps play : ROLL
39. Social problems : ILLS
40. Facial tissue additive : ALOE
41. Didn't serve well : FAULTED
42. Screw feature : THREAD
43. Work of 1599 : HENRYV
44. Curved bench : EXEDRA
45. Meal : REPAST
46. Elton John's longtime label : MCA
48. Duds : TOGS
50. Tinker's target : EVERS
51. The "10" in "10" : DEREK
55. Cold war foe : REDS
58. Maximilian's realm: Abbr. : HRE
59. "Love Story" composer Francis : LAI
60. Writer Beattie : ANN
61. "___, verily" : YEA

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