New York Times, Friday, January 11, 2002

Author: Mark Diehl
Editor: Will Shortz
Mark Diehl
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 29 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 35 for Mr. Diehl. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Bring lunch from home : BROWNBAGIT
11. U.S.M.C. recruits: Abbr. : PVTS
15. 100, for sure : RIPEOLDAGE
16. Silver lead : REIN
17. Square : EVENSTEVEN
18. Mythical craft : ARGO
19. Square : NERDY
20. Football Hall-of-Famer Ronnie : LOTT
21. "Dear ___: The Autobiography of Vincent Van Gogh" : THEO
22. Surgical setup : TRAY
23. Turkey, e.g. : NATION
25. TV planet : ORK
26. 1989 Grammy winner for "Nick of Time" : RAITT
27. Not good at losing : OBESE
29. Surfing aid : TVGUIDE
32. First name in the White House, 1885 : GROVER
33. Shuffle along : SHAMBLE
34. Bearded ones : BARLEYS
35. Hollywood sightings : CELEBS
36. "It's Too Late Now" autobiographer : AAMILNE
37. Spout : OPINE
38. Garden veggies : CUKES
39. Put coins in : FED
40. Some chip features : RIDGES
42. Walled town : BURG
46. Times or Schoolbook : FONT
48. Launcher's launch : SCUD
49. Calculus developer : EULER
50. Send flying : SPEW
51. Yelled at : LASHEDINTO
53. In addition : ALSO
54. Station wagons abroad : ESTATECARS
55. "Guarding ___" (1994 movie) : TESS
56. Commercial name for brine shrimp : SEAMONKEYS
1. Wembley Stadium borough : BRENT
2. Snake, e.g. : RIVER
3. Works : OPERA
4. Darling girl : WENDY
5. Obviously interested : NOSY
6. Diner order : BLT
7. Capital near Encounter Bay : ADELAIDE
8. Quick-stepping dance : GAVOTTE
9. "But of course!" : IGETIT
10. Nearing the hour : TENTO
11. Something to fall back on? : PRAT
12. "Total Recall" director Paul : VERHOEVEN
13. Ornamental stone made of colored quartz : TIGERSEYE
14. Dupes : SNOOKERS
23. Catches red-handed : NAILS
24. Frank who wrote "The Pit," 1903 : NORRIS
26. Kind of match : RUBBER
28. Picker's target : BOLL
29. Side in a criminal case : THEPEOPLE
30. Authenticity : VALIDNESS
31. Feds : GMEN
32. Plays for money : GAMES
33. Makes light of : SCOFFSAT
34. Buffet staple : BAKEDHAM
36. Early capital of Georgia : AUGUSTA
38. Music box? : CDCASE
41. Some refueling spots : ISLES
42. Riviera, e.g. : BUICK
43. Arm parts : ULNAE
44. Take another stab at : RETRY
45. "Ick!" : GROSS
47. Rare bills : TWOS
49. First home : EDEN
52. 1944 initials : ETO

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