New York Times, Tuesday, December 3, 2002

Author: Tyler Hinman
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 37 Missing: {J} This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Hinman. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. What rodeo horses do : BUCK
5. Campus building : HALL
9. Barfly's perch : STOOL
14. Workout aftereffect : ACHE
15. Bread spread : OLEO
16. Antilles resort : ARUBA
17. Not aweather : ALEE
18. Exclude : OMIT
19. Smelly : FETID
20. What a judo master uses to break lights? : LAMPCHOPS
22. Be a ham : EMOTE
23. Writer Kafka : FRANZ
24. Item in a bag : IRON
25. Texas A & M athlete : AGGIE
28. There are seven in a semana : DIAS
30. Emulates Eminem : RAPS
33. Summit : VERTEX
35. Work like a beaver : GNAW
37. Jean-___ Picard (Patrick Stewart character) : LUC
38. I : ONE
39. Paid player : PRO
41. "I don't think so" : NAH
42. Wrath : IRE
43. Suffering : WOE
44. Hindu wrap : SARI
46. Opera set in Seville : CARMEN
48. Blabbed to the feds, say : SANG
50. Longings : YENS
52. Conical home : TEPEE
53. Little piggies : TOES
55. Shrink with fear : QUAIL
57. "Oh, stop your joshin'!" : PSHAW
59. Headline about a newly discovered refuse site? : DUMPFOUND
63. Paper deliverer's plan : ROUTE
64. Eyes a bull's-eye, say : AIMS
65. Territory : AREA
66. Playwright Rice : ELMER
67. White cheese : BRIE
68. Bull's-eye hitter : DART
69. John, Paul and John Paul : POPES
70. 7-6, 3-6 and 6-4, e.g. : SETS
71. Blackthorn : SLOE
1. False god : BAAL
2. Bruins' sch. : UCLA
3. H.S. class : CHEM
4. Stay in shape : KEEPFIT
5. Whoop-de-do : HOOHA
6. Morsel in many a chocolate bar : ALMOND
7. German city famous for fairs : LEIPZIG
8. A whole bunch : LOTS
9. Morley of "60 Minutes" : SAFER
10. Slight quake : TREMOR
11. Walking despite being injured? : OUTONALIMP
12. Words in passing? : OBIT
13. Put on, as cargo : LADE
21. Willies : CREEPS
24. Asimov or Stern : ISAAC
25. Swears : AVOWS
26. Where Columbus was born : GENOA
27. Sound of a golf ball landing near a hole? : GREENTHUMP
29. Late advice columnist Landers : ANN
31. Blender button : PUREE
32. Part of a play : SCENE
34. Looks inside? : XRAYS
36. "Supposing ..." : WHATIF
40. Excavation find : ORE
45. Ask : INQUIRE
47. Prepares to fire again : RELOADS
49. Col. Sanders feature : GOATEE
51. Meeting of leaders : SUMMIT
54. Pitchers : EWERS
56. Basilica parts : APSES
57. Get ready for an exam : PREP
58. Without help : SOLO
59. Touches : DABS
60. Russia's ___ Mountains : URAL
61. Fiddling emperor, they say : NERO
62. "It's a ___!" : DATE

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