New York Times, Wednesday, September 27, 2000

Author: Fred Piscop
Editor: Will Shortz
Fred Piscop
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42 Missing: none – this is a pangram Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 75 for Mr. Piscop. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Music whose name is Sanskrit for "color" : RAGA
5. ___ Bear : PAPA
9. Commandment word : SHALT
14. Border on : ABUT
15. Fiendishness : EVIL
16. Room on board : CABIN
17. Lion's share : MOST
18. "And ___ bed": Pepys : SOTO
19. Ain't right? : ARENT
20. Russian Irving Berlin classic? : PUTINONTHERITZ
23. Opera house attire : STOLE
24. Pendulum's path : ARC
25. Shoptalk : ARGOT
29. Do a second hitch with : REJOIN
34. Tread the boards : ACT
37. Kind of game : VIDEO
39. Writer Sarah ___ Jewett : ORNE
40. Russian regulars on the Lawrence Welk Show? : THELENINSISTERS
44. Part of a western landscape : MESA
45. Fireballer Ryan : NOLAN
46. Place for quiet, at times : SET
47. Give a pep talk : EXHORT
50. They're taboo : NONOS
52. Surgery sites, briefly : ORS
54. Score marks : RESTS
58. Request to a Russian procrastinator? : QUITYOURSTALIN
64. Stick with a pin : BURST
65. Scratch : FLAW
66. Priest of the East : LAMA
67. "Mule Train" singer : LAINE
68. Tutor of Siamese royalty : ANNA
69. Anon's partner : EVER
70. He caught Holyfield's ear : TYSON
71. Gobi rarity : RAIN
72. Newsroom fixture : DESK
1. Hospital egresses : RAMPS
2. Here or there : ABOUT
3. Zest : GUSTO
4. Fifth-century scourge : ATTILA
5. Cancún coin : PESO
6. Bristol's county, in England : AVON
7. Name of two British P.M.'s : PITT
8. Greeting or farewell : ALOHA
9. Numismatist's description : SCARCE
10. Mata ___ : HARI
11. Act as lookout, say : ABET
12. Austrian city on the Danube : LINZ
13. Demolition stuff : TNT
21. Chutzpah : NERVE
22. Misquote, say : ERR
26. Card game cry : GIN
27. Valhalla V.I.P. : ODIN
28. Dovetail part : TENON
30. Scribble : JOT
31. They could use refinement : ORES
32. Concerning : INRE
33. Kite's home : NEST
34. "Don't look ___!" : ATME
35. Food that's part of a square meal? : CHEX
36. Musician John : TESH
38. 1952 Winter Olympics site : OSLO
41. Southeast Asian : LAO
42. Golfer Woosnam : IAN
43. Bullpen sound : SNORT
48. Way past ripe : ROTTEN
49. Take a whack at : TRY
51. S.W.A.K. part : SEALED
53. To date : SOFAR
55. Amistad passenger : SLAVE
56. Marathon data : TIMES
57. Lewis Carroll critter : SNARK
58. Wharf : QUAY
59. "The Haj" writer : URIS
60. "Money ___ object!" : ISNO
61. Radius neighbor : ULNA
62. Rajah's wife : RANI
63. Ugly Duckling, eventually : SWAN
64. Nonkosher lunch : BLT

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