New York Times, Friday, December 6, 2002

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 33 Missing: {X} This is puzzle # 64 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Played ducks and drakes with : SQUANDERED
11. Classic symbol of bad luck : OPAL
15. It may be pushed at a party : TUPPERWARE
16. Mata ___ : HARI
17. He hid under the alias Thomas Howard : JESSEJAMES
18. Vision: Prefix : OPTO
19. Made known : OUTED
20. Cozy retreat : NEST
21. "Shampoo" co-star : HAWN
22. "Hath ___ sister?": Shak. : HEA
23. Originate (from) : STEM
25. Name for the nameless : DOE
26. Daft : NUTS
28. Stead : LIEU
30. Frankincense and myrrh, but not gold : ODORS
32. Some phones have them : SPEAKERS
34. Mental problems : BLOCKS
35. Icky stuff : GUNK
36. Weary : FLAG
37. Choice in trunks : SPEEDO
40. Close one : NEARMISS
44. Sitcom landlord : MERTZ
45. Slap on : DAUB
46. "Wait ___!" : ASEC
47. Grp. with the 1976 platinum album "A New World Record" : ELO
48. Colgate, e.g.: Abbr. : UNIV
50. 1990 film star autobiography subtitled "My Story" : AVA
51. It rolls in : TIDE
53. Anthem opener : OSAY
55. "Incompleteness theorem" formulator : GODEL
57. Tennis whiz : ACER
58. Like the Godhead : THREEINONE
60. Zola heroine : NANA
61. "Hungry Like the Wolf" band : DURANDURAN
62. Some marching groups : ANTS
63. You may get in with it : OPENSESAME
1. Canadian province capital : STJOHNS
2. Get one behind the other : QUEUEUP
3. Like Rome vis-à-vis New York City : UPSTATE
4. Side room : APSE
5. Scholarship basis : NEED
6. Player whose number 6 jersey is now retired : DRJ
7. Obi-Wan portrayer, 1999 : EWAN
8. He was told to "let my people go" : RAMESES
9. 1974 Mocedades hit : ERESTU
10. Villa ___ : DESTE
11. Anticipatory cry : OHOH
12. Haitian dictator, commonly : PAPADOC
13. Text accompanier : ARTWORK
14. Den mother : LIONESS
24. One may be crowned : MOLAR
27. First host of "America's Funniest Home Videos" : SAGET
28. Successor to Allen : LENO
29. Get to : IRK
31. Can you believe it? : DOGMA
33. Spreading plant : KUDZU
34. Not keep to oneself : BLAB
36. Bordeaux blaze : FEU
37. "Dalibor" composer : SMETANA
38. A symbol of Louisiana : PELICAN
39. Likely to wear down : ERODENT
40. Where Basque is spoken : NAVARRE
41. First name in dance : ISADORA
42. Morning time : SEVENAM
43. Unequal on all three sides : SCALENE
45. Serve : DISHUP
49. Abstain from : NOTDO
52. The Roosevelt years and others : ERAS
54. Have a kid : YEAN
55. "Travels in the Congo" writer : GIDE
56. Weight : ONUS
59. Pair of nines? : ENS

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