New York Times, Saturday, September 8, 2001

Author: Jim Page
Editor: Will Shortz
Jim Page
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 31 Missing: {FJQVXZ} This is puzzle # 76 for Mr. Page. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Some are poisonous : SUMACS
7. Small two-wheeled vehicle : CARIOLE
14. Square and rectangle : ISOGONS
16. Neckerchief wearer : BROWNIE
17. Intelligently planned progress : TELESIS
18. Columbus discovery of 1493 : STKITTS
19. Stabs : ATTEMPTS
21. "This ___" (phone phrase) : ISSHE
22. Big name in wine : ROSSI
23. Photo ___ : OPS
25. Vindictive Olympian : HERA
27. Wine asset : CLARITY
31. Columnist Hentoff : NAT
32. They're far from valedictorians : CSTUDENTS
36. Gush : EMOTE
38. It may be settled : LAWSUIT
39. Library section : ATLASES
41. Waugh and others : ALECS
42. Least frequented : LONELIEST
44. Explorer of the Canadian arctic coast : RAE
45. Organ device : TREMOLO
47. Mounts (up to) : ADDS
49. Mouth: Prefix : ORI
50. Close-call cries : WHEWS
55. Malfunction : ACTUP
57. Prevaricate : TELLALIE
60. Concern of astronomes : ETOILES
62. Risk-taker's self-question : DOIDARE
63. Speed demons : TEARERS
64. Didn't charge for : DONATED
65. Marble with concentric circles : CATSEYE
66. "Annie Get Your Gun" star, 1999 : PETERS
1. Something with strings : SITAR
2. Is of ___ (aids) : USETO
3. Drops off : MOLTS
4. "The Morning Watch" novelist and others : AGEES
5. Nebula composition : COSMICDUST
6. Impertinent person : SNIP
7. It has an eye on TV : CBS
8. Oil producer, e.g. : ARTIST
9. Some Asian enlistees : ROKS
10. "Would that it were so!" : IWISH
11. Perfectly : ONTHENOSE
12. Readers, e.g. : LITERATES
13. Some M.I.T. grads : EES
15. New flier of 1968 : SST
20. Word processor command : SORT
24. 13th-century Italian sculptor : PISANO
26. Bikini blast : ATEST
28. Muumuu accessory : LEI
29. Half a rack : ANTLER
30. Strip on the street : YELLOWLINE
32. "Porgy and Bess" soprano : CLARA
33. It makes an Earl Green flavor : SALADATEA
34. Professorial attire, perhaps : TWEEDCOAT
35. John Wayne's L.A. alma mater : USC
37. Part of le printemps : MAI
40. Rolodex abbr. : TEL
43. Don't keep in : OMIT
46. Sisal processing plant : ROPERY
48. Moves a muscle : STIRS
51. Tore into : HADAT
52. Make beam : ELATE
53. Worker who makes connections? : WIRER
54. Likely winners : SEEDS
56. Peter Fonda title role : ULEE
58. Announcer Hall : EDD
59. Ankh feature : LOOP
60. "Yada-yada-yada" : ETC
61. Helm heading: Abbr. : SSE

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