New York Times, Saturday, November 1, 2003

Author: Bob Peoples
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Peoples
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 27 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 19 for Mr. Peoples. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Gorges : CHASMS
7. Liquid offering at a "bar" : SALADOIL
15. Kind of valve : AORTIC
16. Be a segue for : LEADINTO
17. Asian clue collector : MRMOTO
18. Indefinite yes : IGUESSSO
19. Online newsgroup system : USENET
20. Occult characters? : CEES
21. Churned-out prose : PAP
22. Keep away : STEERCLEAR
24. Straining aid : MESH
25. Game ender, perhaps : HORN
26. Unfeminine : MACHO
27. Karat measure : FINENESS
32. Underling : MENIAL
33. Counterparts : ANALOGS
34. Fore-play? : PREGAME
35. Piano piece : STRING
36. Does up differently : RESTYLES
37. Pang : THROE
38. Natural rustler : LEAF
39. Dancing stimulus : BEAT
40. Got really upset : HADKITTENS
46. Invoice fig. : AMT
47. Chauffeur's order : HOME
48. Hot : EROTIC
49. Stored : LAIDAWAY
51. ___ Beach, Calif. : LAGUNA
52. Firecracker : LIVEWIRE
53. King topper : DIADEM
54. Pair for the court : SNEAKERS
55. Doesn't look good? : SNEERS
1. "The Fall" novelist : CAMUS
2. Physicist ___ Störmer : HORST
3. Foch's force : ARMEE
4. Something may be written in it : STONE
5. Top of the Catholic Church? : MITER
6. Sausage-wrapped British breakfast dish : SCOTCHEGG
7. Kitchen gadgets : SLICERS
8. ___ Islands, which include the Cyclades : AEGEAN
9. Gumbel's "Today" successor : LAUER
10. They're usually fruit-flavored : ADES
11. Bash a bit : DIS
12. Reduced : ONSPECIAL
13. "Terrible pity" : ITSASHAME
14. Escape mechanisms? : LOOPHOLES
23. Surety concern : LOSS
24. In sorry shape : MANGY
26. Track event : MEET
27. Bullets, so to speak : FASTBALLS
28. By and large : INTHEMAIN
29. Account : NARRATIVE
30. "The Sacred Wood" writer, 1920 : ELIOT
31. How many symphonies Chopin wrote : NONE
32. Great American Cookies rival : MRSFIELDS
34. Busiest : PEAK
36. Fly-by-nights? : REDEYES
38. Tracy's "Tortilla Flat" co-star : LAMARR
40. Dorough of the Backstreet Boys : HOWIE
41. Traffic stopper, sometimes : TRAIN
42. Senate wear : TOGAE
43. One may be full of scales : ETUDE
44. Eighty-___ (early Oklahoma homesteader) : NINER
45. Cons : SCAMS
47. Good watcher : HAWK
50. It may make a bust: Abbr. : DEA

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