New York Times, Thursday, November 23, 2000

Author: Louis Hildebrand
Editor: Will Shortz
Louis Hildebrand
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FQWX} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Hildebrand. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Mamie Eisenhower trademark : BANGS
6. Many a turkey : TOM
9. TV monitor of sorts : VCHIP
14. Walled city near Madrid : AVILA
15. "___ had it!" : IVE
16. Became an issue : AROSE
17. Kind of battery : NICAD
18. Reached : MET
19. Where to see "The Last Supper" : MILAN
20. Farm implement pioneer : JOHNDEERE
22. Cheats at hide-and-seek : PEEKS
23. Bygone Tootsie Roll price : ONECENT
24. Reformer Jacob : RIIS
26. Poem's final stanza : ENVOI
28. Grumble : GROUSE
32. Sack : CAN
35. Motivation for many a pol : EGO
36. Like a worker bee : NEUTER
37. Innovative Chicago football coach : AMOSALONZOSTAGG
41. The Joker player, on TV : ROMERO
42. Suffix with front : IER
43. Sob syllable : HOO
44. Hi-fi component : PREAMP
45. Grumbles : CRABS
48. Spanish tar : BREA
50. Rampaging : ONATEAR
54. It's often stored upside-down : CANOE
57. Gold rush writer : BRETHARTE
59. Bailiwicks : AREAS
60. Route follower : BUS
61. Plato's plaza : AGORA
62. Skittish move : START
63. Old Testament priest : ELI
64. Doc : MEDIC
65. They may be in "plain" view : HERDS
66. Itch : YEN
67. Expert : ADEPT
1. A musician may pick it : BANJO
2. Par ___ : AVION
3. Specialty : NICHE
4. Strike obliquely : GLANCE
5. Deflate, in a way : SADDEN
6. "We're finished here" : TIMETOGO
7. Done with : OVER
8. Place for a needle : METER
9. Reasons for stakes to be raised? : VAMPIRES
10. Screams : CRIESOUT
11. Green feature : HOLE
12. Author Dinesen : ISAK
13. Confident puzzlers' tools : PENS
21. Academy Awards prop : ENVELOPE
25. Untutored : IGNORANT
27. Kind of column : IONIC
29. Bonneville Flats locale : UTAH
30. Showy lily : SEGO
31. Part of a Cartesian declaration : ERGO
32. Grumble : CARP
33. Archer of myth : AMOR
34. Norton Sound port : NOME
38. Coastal region : SEABOARD
39. Airplane seat features : ARMRESTS
40. Concentrates (on) : ZEROESIN
46. Grand ___ island : BAHAMA
47. Faked : STAGED
49. Wordsworth's "Tintern ___" : ABBEY
51. Eat away : ERODE
52. Barely clearing, as an anchor : ATRIP
53. Flinch, say : REACT
54. Bills : CASH
55. Funny Johnson : ARTE
56. Approach : NEAR
58. Reign : RULE

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