New York Times, Saturday, November 16, 2002

Author: Leonard Williams
Editor: Will Shortz
Leonard Williams
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 30 Missing: {FJQX} Spans: 4 This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Williams. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "Junior" politician : ALGORE
7. Greenland sight : ICECAP
13. Desert burrowers : GERBILS
15. Far out : INACOMA
16. Not allowed : AGAINSTTHERULES
18. Base for some wrestlers : MUD
19. Slimy shore deposit : SEAOOZE
20. Places for cutting remarks?: Abbr. : ORS
21. What theme parks do : AMUSE
23. It's on the right, for short : GOP
24. Comical lead-in : SERIO
26. Mining target : SEAM
27. Did part of a triathlon : BIKED
29. Warehouse array: Abbr. : CTNS
30. One may play a big part in the future : STARLET
32. Was obviously impressed : OOHED
34. Its motto is "Adventures in lifelong learning" : ELDERHOSTEL
36. Lion of "Narnia" tales : ASLAN
37. User's helper : ENABLER
39. Miss abroad: Abbr. : SRTA
40. Commerce secretary before Mineta : DALEY
42. ___-dried : OVEN
44. Jerry Marcus comic strip : TRUDY
46. "Je te plumerai le ___" ("Alouette" lyric) : BEC
47. Demonstration exhortation : UNITE
48. Suffix with fact : OID
49. Cliffs : ESCARPS
52. Be on the bottom : SIT
53. In the past : OVERANDDONEWITH
56. River through Rochester, N.Y. : GENESEE
57. Highway department concern : POTHOLE
58. Subject of a tax : ESTATE
59. One who's suffering : MOANER
1. Tantric writings : AGAMAS
2. Clover and acacia : LEGUMES
3. Future master, maybe : GRADUATESTUDENT
4. It may gird a geisha : OBI
5. Last step in cleaning : RINSE
6. Besides that : ELSE
7. Friend of Leonora in "Il Trovatore" : INEZ
8. "Who ___?" : CARES
9. Coin portraying Louis XIV : ECU
10. Technological development of the 1950's : COLORTELEVISION
11. Delaware or Missouri : AMERIND
12. Steps, in São Paulo : PASSOS
14. More artificial : STAGIER
15. Wishful thinking? : IHOPE
17. Pulled ahead : TOOKTHELEAD
22. Classified : SMALLAD
25. Position : ECHELON
27. Purée, e.g. : BLEND
28. "Let's hear it" : DOSAY
31. Amount of iron, e.g.: Abbr. : RDA
33. Gambling inits. : OTB
35. Nondiverse kind of farming : ONECROP
36. Shows : ARRIVES
38. Handle differently? : RETITLE
39. Underling : STOOGE
41. Kindergarten song starter : ABCDE
43. World leader? : NETHER
45. Niacin source : YEAST
47. Of ___ (availing) : USETO
50. Ko-Ko's weapon in "The Mikado" : SNEE
51. ___-Penh : PNOM
54. "Bad Behavior" star, 1993 : REA
55. Houston Aeros' org. : WHA

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