New York Times, Wednesday, November 21, 2001

Author: M. Francis Vuolo
Editor: Will Shortz
Michael Vuolo
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JVXZ} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Vuolo. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Clinched, with "up" : SEWN
5. Teach at a college? : PROF
9. Zoological feet : PEDES
14. Maui bash : LUAU
15. Uninspired teaching method : ROTE
16. ___ Perot : HROSS
17. Idle in a "circus" : ERIC
18. River to the Rhine : AARE
19. Cries of pain : YOWLS
20. Early White House hostess : DOLLEYMADISON
23. Part of a figure eight : ESS
24. Noted film, as old Romans would have it : MMI
25. Co. that makes a bunch? : FTD
28. 1986 Huey Lewis and the News hit : HIPTOBESQUARE
32. "Sold out" sign : SRO
34. Propel, in a way : OAR
35. Bargain hunter's haunt : OUTLET
36. Muscled one : HEMAN
39. It's run up and then settled : TAB
41. Conger hunter : EELER
42. Wildcat : OCELOT
44. Gangster's piece : GAT
46. Suffix with Peking : ESE
47. Urban luxury : ROOFTOPGARDEN
51. Tucson-to-Flagstaff dir. : NNW
52. Part of E.T.A.: Abbr. : ARR
53. Time on end : EON
54. Team hinted at by 20-, 28- and 47-Across : NEWYORKKNICKS
61. West Indian sorcery : OBEAH
63. Half a fortnight : WEEK
64. Chemist's amount : GRAM
65. Tehrani's tongue : FARSI
66. Years abroad : ANNI
67. Bog : MIRE
68. It's to your advantage : ASSET
69. Wine choice : ROSE
70. Competent : ABLE
1. Enjoy some winter fun : SLED
2. Continental capital : EURO
3. Mourn out loud : WAIL
4. Physics centers : NUCLEI
5. Beseeches : PRAYSTO
6. Not stay put : ROAM
7. Not this or that, below the border : OTRA
8. What a dog's bark or cat's meow may mean : FEEDME
9. Mr. Universe's pride : PHYSIQUE
10. Switch back? : EROO
11. Ruined : DOWNFALLEN
12. Immigrant's course: Abbr. : ESL
13. Draft org. : SSS
21. Like-thinking, for short : ESP
22. "___ in Love With You" : IMSO
26. Arborist's concern : TREES
27. Raison ___ : DETRE
28. Nonrenters : HOMEOWNERS
29. ___ grass : OAT
30. Confederate general who won at Chickamauga : BRAGG
31. Western Indian : UTE
32. Hairless, now : SHORN
33. Military mission, briefly : RECON
37. TV ET : ALF
38. Opposite of all : NOTAWHIT
40. Ovine line? : BAA
43. Whig's rival : TORY
45. Person who might speak Klingon : TREKKIE
48. Hawkish : PROWAR
49. Put on : DON
50. Stumper : ENIGMA
55. Facility : EASE
56. City at the foot of the Sierra Nevada : RENO
57. Grasps : KENS
58. Toddler's place : CRIB
59. First name in Communism : KARL
60. "Peter Pan" role : SMEE
61. Son ___ gun : OFA
62. Undergrad degs. : BAS

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