New York Times, Wednesday, November 26, 2003

Author: Tyler Hinman
Editor: Will Shortz
Tyler Hinman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FV} This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Hinman. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Some are one-eyed : JACKS
6. Liner pushers : TUGS
10. "Holy smoke!" : EGAD
14. "Say what?" : AGAIN
15. Oft-misused pronoun : WHOM
16. Bull baiter : CAPE
17. Really irk : GETTO
18. Tiny amount : IOTA
19. Much-dreaded exam : ORAL
20. Took pictures for a candy ad? : SHOTCHOCOLATE
23. Printer problem : JAM
25. Holland's Zuyder ___ : ZEE
26. One next to a bishop : KNIGHT
27. "Hold on!" : ONESEC
29. Gully that's usually dry : WADI
31. It may be evil : EYE
32. Harrow rival : ETON
33. Rattle, of a sort : MARACA
35. Mob some second-stringers? : SWARMTHEBENCH
40. Roll players? : PIANOS
41. Gen. Robt. ___ : ELEE
43. Santa ___ : ANA
46. Soup with sushi : MISO
47. Prosper : DOWELL
49. Burner inventor : BUNSEN
51. Proof ender : QED
52. "Where ___?" : AMI
53. Where parents pull over to yell at their kids? : SCOLDSHOULDER
57. Miscellany : OLIO
58. Reid of "American Pie" : TARA
59. Stand out : EXCEL
62. It's overhead : RENT
63. Not the most direct routes from point to point : ARCS
64. Boot add-ons : SPURS
65. Two ___ : BITS
66. "I guess that's true" : YEAH
67. Took along : TOTED
1. British car, for short : JAG
2. What rings may signify : AGE
3. Something terrific, with "the" : CATSMEOW
4. Kin's partner : KITH
5. Clock-radio button : SNOOZE
6. What "bi-" means : TWICE
7. "This means trouble!" : UHOH
8. Head for : GOTO
9. Squarely : SMACKDAB
10. Sometimes-dangerous strain : ECOLI
11. Band rehearsal spot : GARAGE
12. Shrug-of-the-shoulders feeling : APATHY
13. PC key : DELETE
21. Clue hunter, informally : TEC
22. In reserve : ONICE
23. Diner cupful : JOE
24. Hill group : ANTS
28. Succumb to stress : SNAP
29. "Yippee!" : WAHOO
30. Mars counterpart : ARES
33. Range units: Abbr. : MTNS
34. Freshly : ANEW
36. Frost-covered : RIMED
37. Bread and butter, so to speak : MAINSTAY
38. Plain as day : CLEARCUT
39. Control spot : HELM
42. Big Red opponent : ELI
43. Take in : ABSORB
44. Protons' places : NUCLEI
45. Sprinkle with oil : ANOINT
47. ___ Sarto (Italian painter) : DEL
48. Most Ripleyesque : ODDEST
50. Reno lineup : SLOTS
51. Sit on : QUASH
54. Fabled racer : HARE
55. Ocean predator : ORCA
56. Big show : EXPO
60. Poetic palindrome : ERE
61. Tripper's buy : LSD

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