New York Times, Monday, September 4, 2000

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FHJVZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 59 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Arm bones : RADII
6. Tiny swab : QTIP
10. Rat-___ : ATAT
14. "___ We All?" (old show tune) : ARENT
15. With the bow, in music : ARCO
16. Falls behind : LAGS
17. Cores : GISTS
18. Christmas song : NOEL
19. Money in Milano : LIRE
20. Witch's phrase, in "Macbeth" : TOILANDTROUBLE
23. Dolt : ASS
24. Alliance since 1948: Abbr. : OAS
25. Washington's ___ Sound : PUGET
27. Pep rally cry : GOTEAM
30. Tennis champ Ilie : NASTASE
32. Resolutely : DEADSET
35. Bricks measure : TON
36. End of beach season, to many : LABORDAYWEEKEND
41. Sheep-ish one : EWE
42. Impart, as values : INSTILL
43. Pathetic bumbler : SADSACK
46. Polite turndown : NOMAAM
50. Beginners : TYROS
51. Summer hours in Pa. : EDT
53. Baton Rouge sch. : LSU
54. Piece of unfinished business : WORKINPROGRESS
59. It goes to waist : BELT
60. Deserving a C : SOSO
61. Integrates : MIXES
62. ___ fruit : UGLI
63. Nutrient in spinach : IRON
64. Skirt style : ALINE
65. Boxer's punching spot : NOSE
66. Ditto : SAME
67. Midterms and finals : TESTS
1. Disheveled : RAGTAG
2. Bach piece : ARIOSO
3. Partner of cease : DESIST
4. The "I" in IHOP: Abbr. : INTL
5. "___ Long Way to Tipperary" : ITSA
6. Lecture follower, briefly : QANDA
7. Gaits slower than gallops : TROTS
8. Cake decorator : ICER
9. Game on horseback : POLO
10. Nearly : ALLBUT
11. Follow too closely : TAILGATE
12. Consents to : AGREESON
13. Mao ___-tung : TSE
21. Wandering : NOMADIC
22. Raises : UPS
26. Care for : TEND
28. Old name for Tokyo : EDO
29. ___ Lingus : AER
30. Former Speaker Gingrich : NEWT
31. Corroded : ATEINTO
33. Moist, as a cellar : DANK
34. Method: Abbr. : SYS
36. For fear that : LEST
37. Jackie Gleason catchphrase, with "And" : AWAYWEGO
38. Sleeping bags : BEDROLLS
39. "Telephone Line" rock grp. : ELO
40. Carrier to Amsterdam : KLM
44. Troop movement : SORTIE
45. Request : ASK
47. French writer ___ de Tocqueville : ALEXIS
48. Concurrence : ASSENT
49. Disarranges, as the hair : MUSSES
51. England's ___ Downs : EPSOM
52. Unengaging speaking voice : DRONE
55. Egyptian fertility goddess : ISIS
56. "Heartburn" author Ephron : NORA
57. Coll. senior's hurdle : GMAT
58. Anger, with "up" : RILE
59. Hamburger helper? : BUN

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