New York Times, Thursday, January 17, 2002

Author: Sherry O. Blackard
Editor: Will Shortz
Sherry O. Blackard
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQWXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 12 for Ms. Blackard. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Reworking of old material : HASH
5. Look closely : DELVE
10. Vaulted area, perhaps : APSE
14. Comics canine : OTTO
15. Barbara of "Gone With the Wind" : ONEIL
16. Five-time U.S. Open champ : GRAF
17. Fighting words : THEGLOVESAREOFF
20. Threaten to fall : TEETER
21. Dove with a Pulitzer : RITA
22. ___ particle : TAU
23. Separates : UNLINKS
25. Ropes : TETHERS
27. See 52-Down : BASE
28. ___ Pensacola (mil. center) : NAS
30. Smelly smoke : STOGIE
31. Christmas wish : BONUS
33. They may fill yards : ALES
34. What 17- and 54-Across indicate : PAYBACKTIME
37. Sofer of soaps : RENA
38. "The Tempest" sprite : ARIEL
39. Rah-rah : GUNGHO
41. Sushi selection : EEL
42. Base of a crocus stem : CORM
46. It may be shown on a tree : LINEAGE
48. One with a yen : DESIRER
50. Feminizing suffix : INA
51. Old radio's "My Friend ___" : IRMA
53. Go with the wind : VANISH
54. Fighting words : NOMOREMRNICEGUY
57. Donizetti's "Tornami a dir che m'ami," e.g. : DUET
58. Rest stop sights : SEMIS
59. Having southerly breezes : MILD
60. Lieutenant: Abbr. : ASST
61. Beehive, e.g. : STYLE
62. Hand demand? : ANTE
1. Place to feel a jet stream? : HOTTUB
2. Classical symbol of wisdom : ATHENA
3. Toughens : STEELS
4. Shackle : HOGTIE
5. Necessity for an opening act? : DOORKNOB
6. It may get stuffed: Abbr. : ENV
7. 48-Across's look : LEER
8. Stop-off : VISIT
9. Doesn't just please : ELATES
10. Cause of some spots : AGE
11. Jane Goodall, to Louis Leakey : PROTEGEE
12. Trips overseas : SAFARIS
13. Flow out : EFFUSE
18. Football Hall-of-Famer Dawson : LEN
19. Kind of comb : RATTAIL
24. Yemen's capital : SANAA
26. Evergreen oak : HOLM
29. South American capital : SUCRE
31. Just barely : BYAHAIR
32. Raced down? : SKIED
34. Lewis Carroll and others : PENNAMES
35. Haloed one, in Le Havre : ANGE
36. Air : TELEVISE
37. Catastrophic : RUINOUS
39. Good witch of note : GLINDA
40. Bad witch, e.g. : OGRESS
42. Big California industry : CINEMA
43. Wellspring : ORIGIN
44. Product : RESULT
45. Stevenson scoundrel : MRHYDE
47. Hanged Irish patriot : EMMET
49. Algonquian-speaking people : SAC
52. With 27-Across, Fort Lee, e.g. : ARMY
55. The Little Giant : OTT
56. Nonexistent : NIL

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