New York Times, Saturday, November 17, 2001

Author: Bob Peoples
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Peoples
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 27 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Peoples. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Prisoner punishment place : SWEATBOX
9. Sound of a dud : PHFFFT
15. Michael Jordan gets a lot of it : HANGTIME
16. Parent, e.g. : REARER
17. 1994 Grammy co-winner for "Talking Timbuktu" : RYCOODER
18. Not at all nice : ORNERY
19. Atlas abbr. : ISL
20. Jai alai balls : PELOTAS
22. Indian honorific : SRI
23. Bass ___ : VIOL
25. Tie : NEXUS
26. Rap : CHAT
27. Ford family forename : EDSEL
29. Business card abbr. : TEL
30. "No man is ___ to his valet" : AHERO
31. Cut some more, maybe : REEDIT
33. Attends as an outsider : SITSINON
35. Ships to a far-off place? : UFOS
37. Tuscany tourist city : PISA
38. Try to avoid arrest, perhaps : SKIPTOWN
42. They may be heightened : SENSES
46. Circus sights : TENTS
47. Circus sound : OOH
49. Like chestnuts : STALE
50. Dog tail? : APSO
51. Preindicates : BODES
53. "Splendor in the Grass" Oscar winner : INGE
54. Kind of power : NTH
55. Stopgap : BANDAID
57. Physical conductors: Abbr. : DRS
58. Redecorate : DOOVER
60. Security datum : IDNUMBER
62. Deep dish : TUREEN
63. Something that may be charmed? : NECKLACE
64. Frolicking fauna : OTTERS
65. Pan, e.g. : GREEKGOD
1. First Peace Corps director : SHRIVER
2. Kind of inn : WAYSIDE
3. Cocoon : ENCLOSE
4. Back : AGO
5. 'Vette feature, perhaps : TTOP
6. 1987-95 Senate Judiciary Committee head : BIDEN
7. Western ___ : OMELET
8. Reproductions of a sort : XEROXES
9. Indonesian outriggers : PROAS
10. One of a matching pair : HERS
11. Strike out : FAN
12. Renew : FRESHEN
13. 1996-98 "Crossfire" co-host : FERRARO
14. Haberdasher's suggestion : TRYITON
21. Mania source of the 1630's : TULIP
24. Preceded : LEDUPTO
26. Tuscany export : CHIANTI
28. Features of certain British stories : LIFTS
30. Jacks, e.g. : ASSES
32. Further : TOO
34. Poetic contraction : TIS
36. Pass out : SWOON
38. Persist in : STANDTO
39. Wouldn't admit : KEPTOUT
40. Briefly : INSHORT
41. Affirmative action : NODDING
43. Bank protector? : SANDBAG
44. "Espolio" artist : ELGRECO
45. Is hopping mad : SEESRED
48. Spill : HEADER
51. They're raised on farms : BARNS
52. Subsequently : SINCE
55. Head site : BEER
56. Single fist? : DUKE
59. Winning sign : VEE
61. Annual honoree's inits. : MLK

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