New York Times, Tuesday, December 17, 2002

Author: Tyler Hinman
Editor: Will Shortz
Tyler Hinman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Hinman. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Almanac contents : FACTS
6. Book of memories, maybe : ALBUM
11. Big shot, for short : VIP
14. Love to bits : ADORE
15. Numbers-calling game : BEANO
16. 67.5°, to mariners : ENE
17. Grant provider : DONOR
18. Route to prison? : CONCOURSE
20. Campus locale : QUAD
22. This very moment : JUSTNOW
23. Concertgoer's keepsake : STUB
25. English race place : ASCOT
28. Load of bunk : TALE
29. Fall (over) : KEEL
30. Courts : WOOS
31. Fracas : MELEE
32. Like apples, say, during the fall : INSEASON
34. You can lend it or bend it : EAR
35. Blaster's need : TNT
36. Book in prison? : CONTEXT
38. It's hailed : CAB
41. Rep.'s counterpart : SEN
42. Over again : ONCEMORE
44. Flies, ants and such : PESTS
47. The Beatles' "Hey ___" : JUDE
48. Like Nash's lama : ONEL
49. Nay sayer : ANTI
50. Neigh sayer : HORSE
51. Track shape : OVAL
52. Unofficial ticket source : SCALPER
54. Desperate : DIRE
56. Money in prison? : CONTENDER
59. X-rated, say : DIRTY
62. Wood-dressing tool : ADZ
63. Grind, as teeth : GNASH
64. Come after : ENSUE
65. Where to hear 10-Down : LEA
66. ___ Domingo : SANTO
67. 007, for one : AGENT
1. Furbys, once : FAD
2. Hoo-ha : ADO
3. Escape from prison? : CONQUEST
4. Hot water, so to speak : TROUBLE
5. Word repeated after "Que" : SERA
6. Epitome of simplicity : ABC
7. Celestial feline : LEO
8. Pickers' instruments : BANJOS
9. Full-length : UNCUT
10. Cows' chorus : MOOS
11. Of the spring : VERNAL
12. Shoe part : INSOLE
13. Nickname for a little guy : PEEWEE
19. Out-and-out : UTTER
21. Former "Family Feud" host Richard : DAWSON
23. "S.N.L." bit : SKIT
24. T.V.A. part: Abbr. : TENN
26. "Any day now ..." : SOON
27. Look around a prison? : CONTOUR
31. Chess ending : MATE
33. Ideal serves : ACES
34. Go beyond the bounds of : EXCEED
37. Puts a stop to : ENDS
38. Poetry in prison? : CONVERSE
39. Geometric calculation : AREA
40. Period ender : BELL
41. Pink-legged bird : STILT
43. Ship's securer : MOORING
44. Mathematician Blaise : PASCAL
45. Make cryptic : ENCODE
46. Quatrain or sestet : STANZA
47. Michael who was five-time N.B.A. M.V.P. : JORDAN
50. Salon color : HENNA
53. Cribbage needs : PEGS
55. Light bulb's signification, in cartoons : IDEA
57. World record suffix : EST
58. P on a fraternity house : RHO
60. Winery cask : TUN
61. "Is it soup ___?" : YET

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