New York Times, Monday, January 28, 2002

Author: Sarah Keller
Editor: Will Shortz
Sarah Keller
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {BFJQVXZ} This is puzzle # 11 for Ms. Keller. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
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1. "The Wizard of Oz" dog : TOTO
5. ___ Island (immigration point) : ELLIS
10. Birdbrain : DODO
14. On ___ with (equal to) : APAR
15. Lasso loop : NOOSE
16. Decorative pitcher : EWER
17. Ten: Prefix : DECA
18. French fashion designer : COCOCHANEL
20. Like bagpipes : SCOTTISH
22. First month in Madrid : ENERO
23. Actress Skye : IONE
24. Emulate Salt-N-Pepa : RAP
26. Room with an easy chair : DEN
27. Spinning competition : YOYOCONTEST
31. How checks are signed : ININK
32. Regarding : ASTO
33. ___ de cologne : EAU
36. Litter members : PUPS
37. Tropical ray : MANTA
39. Islamic ruler : EMIR
40. Road wiggle : ESS
41. King ___ : KONG
42. Ogling : EYING
43. 1925 hit musical with the song "Tea for Two" : NONONANETTE
46. Lawn base : SOD
49. Letter after zeta : ETA
50. Bunches : ALOT
51. Madison Square Garden, e.g. : ARENA
53. Hearty breakfast : OMELETTE
57. Performer in a cage : GOGODANCER
60. Historic periods : ERAS
61. Med school subj. : ANAT
62. Funny-car fuel : NITRO
63. Quirks : TICS
64. Mediocre : SOSO
65. Lip application : GLOSS
66. Cry from Santa : HOHO
1. Little ones : TADS
2. Oil grp. : OPEC
3. ___ Bell : TACO
4. They're given at graduations : ORATIONS
5. Community next to Van Nuys : ENCINO
6. Ease up : LOOSEN
7. ___ Ness monster : LOCH
8. Prefix with metric : ISO
9. Instant, for short : SEC
10. Student overseer : DEAN
11. Had : OWNED
12. Tractor maker John : DEERE
13. Synthetic fabric : ORLON
19. Aware of, slangily : HEPTO
21. Clock sound : TOCK
24. Take five : REST
25. "The Thin Man" canine : ASTA
27. "Egad!" : YIPE
28. Burden : ONUS
29. Sounds made by 36-Across : YIPS
30. Fancy ballroom steps : TANGO
33. Give off : EMIT
34. "___ She Sweet" : AINT
35. Impel : URGE
37. No longer worth debating : MOOT
38. Ballerina Pavlova : ANNA
39. Valuable things to give? : EYETEETH
41. Work, as dough : KNEAD
42. Organic compound : ENOL
44. Ones pointing fingers : NAMERS
45. Some Oldsmobiles : ALEROS
46. Long stories : SAGAS
47. Maine college town : ORONO
48. "Le Viol" painter : DEGAS
52. Say ___ (deny) : NOTO
53. Eight: Prefix : OCTO
54. Quartet minus one : TRIO
55. R.p.m. indicator : TACH
56. Old Standard Oil brand : ESSO
58. One of four for a square: Abbr. : ANG
59. Nothing : NIL

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