New York Times, Tuesday, November 5, 2002

Author: Fred Piscop
Editor: Will Shortz
Fred Piscop
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14611/22/19931/18/20150
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 90 for Mr. Piscop. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Dips in gravy : SOPS
5. Typewriter type : PICA
9. Image on an old nickel : BISON
14. Site of the 9-Across on an old nickel : TAIL
15. Economist Smith : ADAM
16. Do penance : ATONE
17. Grid great Graham : OTTO
18. All-night party : RAVE
19. On pitch : TUNED
20. Question to a suspect : WHATSTHESTORY
23. Pasture sound : MOO
24. Planet, poetically : ORB
25. Tom of "Newhart" : POSTON
29. Sugar pie : HON
31. Mosque V.I.P. : IMAM
35. Sound from Sneezy : ACHOO
36. Pueblo Indians : HOPIS
38. Botheration : ADO
39. Question to a prospective bride : WHOSTHELUCKYMAN
42. Make a boner : ERR
43. Great Lakes mnemonic : HOMES
44. Alphabet ender : OMEGA
45. Need a bath badly : REEK
47. Kid-___ (children's shows) : VID
48. Did figure eights, say : SKATED
49. Big brute : APE
51. News initials : UPI
52. Question to a speeder : WHERESTHEFIRE
59. Close to : ABOUT
61. Actress Sharon : TATE
62. "Phew!" inducer : ODOR
63. Transported : BORNE
64. Many a trucker : CBER
65. Lantern-jawed celeb : LENO
66. Say "@#$%!" : SWEAR
67. Call to Fido : HERE
68. Roaster's spot : DAIS
1. Pack overhead : STOW
2. "@#$%!," e.g. : OATH
3. Bread for gyros : PITA
4. Place for mail : SLOT
5. Dolly who sang "Here You Come Again" : PARTON
6. State with a panhandle : IDAHO
7. Stalactite site : CAVE
8. Traitorous Aldrich : AMES
9. Ulan ___, Mongolia : BATOR
10. Spanish pianist José : ITURBI
11. Walkman maker : SONY
12. Latish lunchtime : ONE
13. Nancy Drew's beau : NED
21. Peanut butter choice : SMOOTH
22. Gin's partner : TONIC
25. Ham-fisted one : PAWER
26. Autumn hue : OCHRE
27. Sandcastle site : SHORE
28. How-___ (instructional books) : TOS
29. Sank, as a putt : HOLED
30. Numbered work : OPUS
32. "Glengarry Glen Ross" playwright : MAMET
33. Old saw : ADAGE
34. Single-celled creature : MONAD
36. Prefix with 48-Down : HEMI
37. Chicago suburb : SKOKIE
40. Hang like a chopper : HOVER
41. Singer Sumac : YMA
46. Hilo honcho : KAHUNA
48. Ball : SPHERE
50. Ueberroth or Ustinov : PETER
51. Out-and-out : UTTER
52. Got threadbare : WORE
53. Work with acid : ETCH
54. Kemo ___ : SABE
55. Go out of business : FOLD
56. Creative spark : IDEA
57. Rice-a-___ : RONI
58. Libidinous deity : EROS
59. Tummy muscles : ABS
60. Item for 58-Down : BOW

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