New York Times, Friday, January 4, 2002

Author: David J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 28 Missing: {FJKQZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 81 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Assortment : MIXEDBAG
9. Nickelodeon's parent : VIACOM
15. Kind of correspondence : ONETOONE
16. As a precaution : INCASE
17. Noted judge : LANCEITO
18. It acts on impulse : NEURON
19. Wall St. news : IPO
20. Marked by turmoil : STORMY
22. Literary monogram : RLS
23. 15th-century vessel : NINA
25. Manifesto writer of 1848 : ENGELS
27. Churchyard tree in "Romeo and Juliet" : YEW
28. Storyteller of yore : AESOP
30. Assent : YEA
31. Words from Caesar : ICAME
33. Boombox button : REC
35. Turkey part : ANATOLIA
37. Onetime celebrated movie couple : BURTONANDTAYLOR
41. Like some income : UNEARNED
42. Partner of plata : ORO
43. Pop music's ___ Vanilli : MILLI
44. White House financial grp. : OMB
46. Something to let off : STEAM
50. Grade sch. subj. : SCI
51. Chronicles : ANNALS
54. Prefix with centric : ENDO
55. Cobb and Hardin : TYS
56. Land of Canaan : ISRAEL
58. Gymnast's goal : TEN
59. They may be found in long halls : ECHOES
62. Academic work : TREATISE
64. Ones in an instituteur's care : ELEVES
65. Old-fashioned gathering : HENPARTY
66. Kind of value : RESALE
67. Orphans, often : ADOPTEES
1. Tirso de ___, Spanish dramatist who introduced Don Juan to literature : MOLINA
2. Where to find baked blackbirds : INAPIE
3. Elementary gases : XENONS
4. And more : ETC
5. Executes : DOES
6. Nightclub : BOITE
7. B.C. eulogist : ANTONY
8. 37-Across in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" : GEORGEANDMARTHA
9. Collectible records : VINYL
10. Dvorák's Symphony No. 9 ___ minor : INE
11. Prefix with pressure : ACU
12. Tote : CARRYALL
13. Pavarotti standard : OSOLEMIO
14. Haberdasher's stock : MENSWEAR
21. "___ My Shadow" : MEAND
24. Like a major artery : AORTAL
26. Instruments with teakwood necks : SITARS
29. Midwest city founded as Fort Clark : PEORIA
32. Western critter : COYOTE
34. Atlanta's ___ Center : CNN
36. Z preceder : ATO
37. False directions, e.g. : BUMSTEER
38. Balancing act? : UNICYCLE
39. Enjoys : RELISHES
40. Ages : AEONS
45. Trumpeted : BLARED
47. Unabridged : ENTIRE
48. Latin song starter : ADESTE
49. Receipts : MONEYS
52. Friendly goblin in Scandinavian folklore : NISSE
53. "___ Evil" (Mia Farrow film) : SEENO
57. Arctic native : LAPP
60. Lab cells : OVA
61. Sniggler's catch : EEL
63. Work at lacemaking : TAT

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