New York Times, Tuesday, November 1, 2005

Author: Sarah Keller
Editor: Will Shortz
Sarah Keller
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 32 for Ms. Keller. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. "Jaywalker" of late-night TV : LENO
5. C sharp equivalent : DFLAT
10. ___ Spumante : ASTI
14. Worse than bad : EVIL
15. Something coffee has : AROMA
16. Golda of Israel : MEIR
17. Leaves for cooking : SAGE
18. About 39 inches : METER
19. Scottish hillside : BRAE
20. Coming attractions shot at a mobile home park? : HOUSETRAILERS
23. It may be passed on the Hill : ACT
25. ___ Speedwagon : REO
26. ___ work (road sign) : MENAT
27. Full-length films shot at a day spa? : FACIALFEATURES
32. To any extent : ATALL
33. Chafes : RUBS
34. Lariat : ROPE
35. Late civil rights pioneer Rosa : PARKS
37. Gillette razor : ATRA
41. "___ on Down the Road" : EASE
42. Throat malady : STREP
43. Film segments shot at an arsenal? : CARTRIDGECLIPS
48. Ice cream sundae, e.g. : TREAT
49. Eggs : OVA
50. Anka's "___ Beso" : ESO
51. Documentaries shot at a vacation paradise? : BERMUDASHORTS
56. Did laps, say : SWAM
57. Modern reading material : EBOOK
58. "Sorry about that!" : OOPS
61. Fountain of jazz : PETE
62. Water ride : FLUME
63. Expert : GURU
64. Iditarod entry : SLED
65. Like most manuscripts : TYPED
66. On : ATOP
1. French article : LES
2. "Deliver Us From ___," 2003 film : EVA
3. Nip before a tuck? : NIGHTCAP
4. Table spread : OLEO
5. Interest of a knight in shining armor : DAMSEL
6. Without : FREEOF
7. Trent of the Senate : LOTT
8. From the U.S. : AMER
9. Skater Lipinski : TARA
10. English novelist Eric : AMBLER
11. Unruffled : SERENE
12. Jeweled coronets : TIARAS
13. "___ my case" : IREST
21. River to the Caspian : URAL
22. Don of morning radio : IMUS
23. Many miles away : AFAR
24. Roman statesman and writer : CATO
28. Spot of land in the Seine : ILE
29. Goofed : ERRED
30. Diving bird : AUK
31. Superstation letters : TBS
35. Scorecard number : PAR
36. "___ was saying" : ASI
37. U.S./Eur. divider : ATL
38. Auditions : TRIESOUT
39. Counts in the gym : REPS
40. Lhasa ___ (dog) : APSO
41. Words to Brutus : ETTU
42. Surgery reminder : SCAR
43. Embroidery yarn : CREWEL
44. Make fizzy : AERATE
45. Rear-ended, e.g. : RAMMED
46. "Beat it!" : GOHOME
47. Brought forth : EVOKED
48. Kitchen measures: Abbr. : TBSPS
52. Skillful : DEFT
53. Skillfully : ABLY
54. Egg drop, e.g. : SOUP
55. "Animal House" attire : TOGA
59. For : PRO
60. "How's it hangin', bro?" : SUP

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