New York Times, Monday, November 12, 2001

Author: Janice M. Putney
Editor: Will Shortz
Janice M. Putney
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQV} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 2 for Ms. Putney. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
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1. Mimic : APER
5. 20-20, e.g. : TIED
9. Bookcase part : SHELF
14. As a rule : REGULARLY
16. Place for a cookout : PATIO
17. One ... : TWOBUCKLEMYSHOE
19. City near Oberhausen : ESSEN
20. Bygone U.S. gas name : ESSO
21. Prepares, as leather : TANS
22. Roam (about) : GAD
24. New York archbishop Edward : EGAN
26. Chemical term after poly- : ESTER
29. Pro ___ (proportionately) : RATA
31. Pocket watch attachment : FOB
34. Teen affliction : ACNE
35. "Moonstruck" actress : CHER
37. ___ the Greek : ZORBA
39. Three ... : FOURSHUTTHEDOOR
42. 1966 movie or song : ALFIE
43. 1960's-70's singer Marvin : GAYE
44. "___ a man with seven wives" : IMET
45. Gridiron official, for short : REF
46. Work like ___ : ADOG
48. Magritte and Clair : RENES
50. Indonesian island : BALI
52. Dot follower : COM
53. Each : APOP
55. Not good, but not bad : SOSO
58. New moon, for one : PHASE
63. Five ... : SIXPICKUPSTICKS
66. Hull parts : KEELS
67. Flower with a bulb : AMARYLLIS
68. Liability's opposite : ASSET
69. Toy that does tricks : YOYO
70. Pear-shaped instrument : LUTE
1. Commedia dell'___ : ARTE
2. Where hymnals are stored : PEWS
3. They can get in the way of a deal : EGOS
4. Unsophisticated sort : RUBE
5. Middle X of X-X-X : TAC
6. Bothered : IRKED
7. Building wings : ELLS
8. Gets rid of the gray : DYES
9. Snoop : SPY
10. "___ luego" : HASTA
11. Wharton novel : ETHANFROME
12. Great Britain's emblem : LION
13. Rivals : FOES
15. Suddenly run (at) : LUNGE
18. ___ et Chandon (Champagne) : MOET
23. Bow : ARCH
25. Peer (at) : GAZE
26. French place of education : ECOLE
27. Tobacco holders : SNUFFBOXES
28. Actress Garr : TERI
29. Label anew : RETAG
30. Painterish : ARTY
32. Double reeds : OBOES
33. Simpson boy : BART
34. Come from ___ : AFAR
36. Novelist Victor : HUGO
38. Valhalla host : ODIN
40. Flippered animal : SEAL
41. Life saver : HERO
47. Tiddlywink, e.g. : DISC
49. Gas gauge warning : EMPTY
51. Macintosh maker : APPLE
52. One's share of a medical bill, maybe : COPAY
53. "___ silly question ..." : ASKA
54. Mincemeat desserts : PIES
56. Green-light : OKAY
57. Japanese wrestling : SUMO
59. Bunker ___ : HILL
60. Rights org. : ACLU
61. Playlet : SKIT
62. In ___ (existing) : ESSE
64. Follower: Suffix : IST
65. Like a B'way hit : SRO

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