New York Times, Monday, December 3, 2007

Author: Harvey Estes
Editor: Will Shortz
Harvey Estes
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 34 Missing: {FJQX} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 112 for Mr. Estes. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Part of a molecule : ATOM
5. Supply-and-demand subj. : ECON
9. Pepsi and RC : COLAS
14. Prom night transportation : LIMO
15. Furry tunneler : MOLE
16. Face-to-face exams : ORALS
17. Alda of "What Women Want" : ALAN
18. Othello's false friend : IAGO
19. White-plumed wader : EGRET
20. Profanity, e.g. : STRONGLANGUAGE
23. 2007 film "___ and the Real Girl" : LARS
24. "Bonanza" star Greene : LORNE
25. Sit behind bars : DOTIME
28. Memorial designer Maya ___ : LIN
29. Cowboy boot attachment : SPUR
32. Madonna title role : EVITA
33. Flies off the handle : RAGES
35. Mail carrier's beat: Abbr. : RTE
36. 1995 Woody Allen comedy : MIGHTYAPHRODITE
39. Number before "ignition ... liftoff!" : ONE
40. Bank robber's job : HEIST
41. Dressed to the ___ : NINES
42. Arctic floater : BERG
44. Suffix with meth- : ANE
45. "No Exit" playwright : SARTRE
46. Becomes frayed : WEARS
48. Hand protector : MITT
49. Classic "Jeopardy!" category : POTENTPOTABLES
54. Henhouse perch : ROOST
55. Earthenware jar : OLLA
56. College in New Rochelle, N.Y. : IONA
57. From days of yore : OLDEN
58. Bring up, as children : REAR
59. Be certain about : KNOW
60. Saltine brand : ZESTA
61. Home of the invaders in Wells's "The War of the Worlds" : MARS
62. Snaky swimmers : EELS
1. Self-pitying cry : ALAS
2. Pinball foul : TILT
3. Sharif of "Doctor Zhivago" : OMAR
4. Monument carved from a single stone : MONOLITH
5. Settler from a foreign land : EMIGRE
6. Snowman's eyes : COALS
7. Olympic gymnast Korbut : OLGA
8. Nighttime advertising sign, maybe : NEONLIGHT
9. ___ de Lion, epithet for Richard I : COEUR
10. Church hymn accompaniers : ORGANS
11. Easily read type : LARGEPRINT
12. Away from the wind : ALEE
13. Lander at J.F.K., once : SST
21. Football's Broadway Joe : NAMATH
22. Dead duck : GONER
25. Brit's service discharge : DEMOB
26. Sheeplike : OVINE
27. Golfer named A.P. Male Athlete of the Year four times : TIGERWOODS
28. Senior moment, e.g. : LAPSE
30. Pure-and-simple : UTTER
31. Witherspoon of "Walk the Line" : REESE
33. Cloudburst : RAINSTORM
34. Beethoven specialty : SONATA
37. Have a hankering : YEARN
38. Off-road two-wheeler : DIRTBIKE
43. Gird oneself : GETSET
45. Indian instruments : SITARS
47. Prudential rival : AETNA
48. Grinding tooth : MOLAR
49. Extremity of the earth : POLE
50. "Not guilty," for one : PLEA
51. Companionless : LONE
52. Hydroxyl-carbon compound : ENOL
53. Toothed tools : SAWS
54. Peri Gilpin's "Frasier" role : ROZ

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