New York Times, Saturday, December 10, 2005

Author: Henry Hook
Editor: Will Shortz
Henry Hook
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 41 Missing: {FJQ} This is puzzle # 43 for Mr. Hook. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Didn't get nothing : SCORED
7. North Carolina river : TAR
10. Telekinesis, e.g. : PSI
13. British royal house for nearly two centuries : HANOVER
15. Sound from a speaker : ORATION
17. Busy : ONTHEGO
18. Champagne concoctions : MIMOSAS
19. Now : EVENASWESPEAK
21. Can : TUSHIE
22. Speedy steed : ARAB
26. Florida's Saint ___ University : LEO
27. Head of ___ : STEAM
32. Impregnable stronghold : GIBRALTAR
35. Ball carrier, at times : ARNAZ
37. Shoulder pad : EPAULET
38. It may be overhead : EXPENSE
40. Teen of TV lore : DOBIE
41. Off : IMPRECISE
43. Vice-presidential middle name : NANCE
45. Resembling : ALA
46. Concert souvenirs : TEES
47. Pony Express segments : RELAYS
50. Unimprovable situation : HEAVENONEARTH
57. One who's been seeing things : TOURIST
58. Acetaminophen brand : TYLENOL
60. Part of his body was famously insured for $100,000 by Lloyd's of London : DURANTE
61. Not a complete amateur : SEMIPRO
62. Full-house indication : SRO
63. Homophone of 50-Down : OUR
64. Some after-dinner quaffs : SANKAS
1. Cable guide abbr. : SHO
2. Beat : CANE
3. Airing : ONTV
4. End of an architect's name : ROHE
5. It's what's happening : EVENT
6. European air hub : DEGAULLE
7. Actress in "Anger Management," 2003 : TOMEI
8. Springs : ARISES
9. Increase quickly, with "up" : RAMP
10. Its biggest attraction is on a list : PISA
11. Impregnate : SOAK
12. Half the portals : INS
14. "Who has seen the wind?" poet : ROSSETTI
16. Water temperature gauge : TOE
20. Horse's halter : WHOA
22. Got on : AGED
23. Harass and insult, slangily : RIPON
24. Half a world capital : ABABA
25. Pauley Pavilion athlete : BRUIN
28. Welcome sight for a marathoner : TAPE
29. Not decumbent : ERECT
30. 1977 Tony-winning musical : ANNIE
31. Tactic in rotation : MASSE
33. The spy in "The Spy Who Came In From the Cold" : ALEC
34. Moves to a new bed : REPLANTS
36. Puzzle's center : ZEES
39. Ones providing insights? : XRAYEYES
42. Bad, in Bogot√° : MALO
44. 1970's song subtitled "Touch the Wind" : ERESTU
48. Make a note of : ENTER
49. Hayek of "Wild Wild West" : SALMA
50. Twelve to one : HOUR
51. Mark's replacement : EURO
52. Constellation next to Norma : ARA
53. Veritas provider? : VINO
54. Check : REIN
55. Expy. : TNPK
56. It's done while holding hands : HORA
57. Field stats : TDS
59. Section of L.A. : LOS

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