New York Times, Saturday, November 20, 2004

Author: Robert H. Wolfe
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert H. Wolfe
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 30 Missing: {GJQXZ} This is puzzle # 64 for Mr. Wolfe. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. 1982 Elmore Leonard novel set in south Florida : CATCHASER
10. It may be calculated : RISK
14. Big fans : ADULATORS
15. Two points : COLON
16. Lacking the spunk : NOTUPTOIT
17. Hunting holler : HALLO
18. Mountain demarcation : TREELINE
19. A VW : PASSAT
20. Farm machine : SEEDER
21. It has a lead part : PEWTER
22. Component of a healthy ego : SELFRESPECT
26. Friends abroad : AMIES
30. Like some wills : IRON
31. Certain court hearing : OYER
32. River through Yakutsk : LENA
33. Feeds, in the pen : SLOPS
34. Character : ROLE
35. Uses a bobbin : TATS
36. Bring up : CITE
37. Lurker : SKULK
38. Epitome of simplicity : ONETWOTHREE
41. Ring at the door? : WREATH
42. Dark suit : SPADES
47. Golf goofs : SHANKS
48. Least important : LITTLEST
50. Part of São Paulo : TILDE
51. Possess ample reason to go to court : HAVEACASE
52. Not natural : ALIEN
53. Not give up after failing : STARTANEW
54. Pessimist : BEAR
55. Reason to take Xanax : TENSENESS
1. Bevels : CANTS
2. Really go for : ADORE
3. Stravinsky, to Rimsky-Korsakov : TUTEE
4. Like a crossword : CLUED
5. Poor : HAPLESS
6. Habit : ATTIRE
7. Sometime today, say : SOON
8. Behrend College locale : ERIE
9. U leaders? : RST
10. Chinese entree : ROASTPORK
11. Parting words : ILLSEEYOU
12. Optoelectric device : SOLARCELL
13. It may stop a saw : KNOT
15. Provincial plugs : CHAWS
19. Metal beaters : PEENS
21. Right : PROPER
23. First lady of Jewish folklore : LILITH
24. Head : FROTH
25. Go far afield : TREK
26. Middle part : ALTO
27. At the same time : MEANWHILE
28. Lead-in to an example : INTERALIA
29. Cockney, e.g. : EASTENDER
33. English variety : SCOTS
37. Divided, anatomically : SEPTATE
39. Kindle : WAKEN
40. Banana oils, e.g. : ESTERS
43. Way up north, once : ALCAN
44. Early American diplomat : DEANE
45. Steering challenges : ESSES
46. Suffers in heat and humidity : STEWS
47. Crack : STAB
48. Behind : LATE
49. "A Life for the Tsar" hero Susanin : IVAN
51. V.P. for just two months : HST

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