New York Times, Friday, December 13, 2002

Author: Bob Peoples
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Peoples
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 30 Missing: {HJKQZ} Spans: 10, (3 triple stacks) This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Peoples. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Cozy winter wear : CARDIGANSWEATER
16. Was vindicated : CLEAREDONESNAME
17. Ruth Etting's trademark tune : LOVEMEORLEAVEME
18. Hurricane heading: Abbr. : ENE
19. Some Dadaist collectibles : ARPS
20. Forward-looking woman? : SIBYL
21. With 56-Across, features of some pens : FELT
23. Gymnasts rarely see them : TENS
26. Match disappointment : LOSS
27. Well-gotten gain? : OIL
30. Full deck at Caesars Palace? : LII
31. English class topic : TRANSITIVEVERBS
40. Some long-distance receivers : SATELLITERADIOS
41. Fashion accessory given in May, maybe : EMERALDEARRINGS
42. Occupational suffix : IER
43. First name in objectivism : AYN
44. Rubbish : CRUD
48. It often has a red coat : EDAM
50. Ancient Egyptian royal emblems : ASPS
54. Apologue author : AESOP
56. See 21-Across : TIPS
59. Mr. O, in 1960's-70's headlines : ARI
60. Most game shows have them : STUDIOAUDIENCES
64. Some army exercises : TARGETPRACTICES
65. It may sway a jury : EXPERTTESTIMONY
1. Movable musical symbol : CCLEF
2. Forsaken : ALONE
3. Kick up one's heels : REVEL
4. 2000 Peace Nobelist Kim ___ Jung : DAE
5. 1963 title role for Shirley : IRMA
6. Grandpa Walton portrayer Will : GEER
7. Take in : ADOPT
8. Sagas, say : NORSELITERATURE
9. Chase vehicle, briefly : SNL
10. First word of Burns's "To a Mouse" : WEE
11. Those, to José : ESAS
12. Percussion instrument : ANVIL
13. Vigorous exercise system : TAEBO
14. Prizes since 1949 : EMMYS
15. Projectionists' needs : REELS
22. Skin care product : TONER
24. Brand of skin care product : NIVEA
25. ___ Club : SIERRA
28. Spanish key : ISLA
29. Langtry of the stage : LILLIE
31. Canadian financial market inits. : TSE
32. See 47-Down : RAM
33. Took in : ATE
34. Rose and fell, in a way : TIDED
35. Be different : VARY
36. Patsy's "Absolutely Fabulous" pal : EDINA
37. Practically valueless monetary unit : RIN
38. Home to a cranberry crop : BOG
39. Former lottery runner: Abbr. : SSS
44. Queen, worker or soldier : CASTE
45. Charge with another duty : RETAX
46. Move in on : USURP
47. With 32-Down, pickup choice : DODGE
49. Touchy one? : MIDAS
51. Noted 1920's murder defendant : SACCO
52. Spruce up : PREEN
53. Cream puff : SISSY
55. Landing area : PIER
57. Orkney Islands settler : PICT
58. Egyptian king of the 19th dynasty : SETI
61. Giant legend : OTT
62. Quick : APT
63. Pick-up-sticks game : NIM

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