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New York Times, Friday, June 1, 2001

Author:
Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Brendan Emmett Quigley

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 47 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2001, The New York TimesNo. 0601 ( 18,833 )

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Across
1
Becomes nonproductive : RUNSDRY
8
Pioneer item : STEREO
14
Song title that means "Farewell to Thee" : ALOHAOE
15
Like some computer searches : BOOLEAN
16
Roald Dahl title character : MATILDA
17
Cut off : ISOLATE
18
Mythomaniac : ANANIAS
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Landed : GOT
20
Lille lily : LIS
21
Pamper, with "on" : DOTE
22
Product package abbr. : NTWT
24
Angel : SAINT
26
Thwart : AVERT
28
Relaxing bath : SOAK
30
Silent film star Nielsen : ASTA
31
Gave guff : SASSED
33
Upwardly mobile one? : ELEVATOR
35
Triumvirates : TROIKAS
37
Articles : WRITEUPS
41
"Fuggedaboutit!" : NODICE
46
Kind of teeth : HENS
47
Old comic strip family name : GUMP
49
China Clipper carrier : PANAM
50
Troop encampment : ETAPE
52
"Does This Make Me Look Fat?" author Feldon : LEAH
54
"King Lear" bowdlerizer : TATE
55
Berlin bombers of W.W. II : RAF
56
M.'s counterpart : MME
58
Libelant : DEFAMER
60
Like some semirural towns : EXURBAN
62
Parents, e.g. : RAISERS
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Kind of store : TENCENT
64
Automaker Maserati : ERNESTO
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Schindler and others : OSKARS
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University named for a hatmaker : STETSON
Down
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Some hotels : RAMADAS
2
Kirov Ballet debutant of 1928 : ULANOVA
3
Puts on the staff? : NOTATES
4
Sock souvenirs? : SHINERS
5
"The Burning Giraffe" painter : DALI
6
Giant film pterodactyl : RODAN
7
Sugar fermenters : YEASTS
8
Unremarkable : SOSO
9
Honey : TOOTS
10
Conduit corner : ELL
11
No dreamer : REALIST
12
Chip away at : EATINTO
13
Like a brigadier general : ONESTAR
15
Hot air : BIGTALK
23
Hammy cry : WOEISME
25
Towers, at times: Abbr. : AAA
27
Québécois head : TETE
29
Shakespearean actor Edmund : KEAN
32
Knock out, in a way : DRUG
34
Brandy bottle abbr. : VSOP
36
Sumptuous : OPULENT
37
Cabby's query : WHERETO
38
Charges with another duty : RETAXES
39
Depressed : INAFUNK
40
Medicine label abbr. : TSP
42
Collection of records for computer processing : DATASET
43
Topsy-turvy : INAMESS
44
Humor : CATERTO
45
"The Over-Soul" essayist : EMERSON
48
Losers to the Yankees in the 1998 Series : PADRES
51
Leftover bit : EMBER
53
Breast beater : HEART
57
Staffs : MANS
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Like some print : FINE
61
Indianapolis's ___ Dome : RCA

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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