New York Times, Monday, November 13, 2000

Author: Peter Gordon
Editor: Will Shortz
Peter Gordon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: none – this is a pangram Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 45 for Mr. Gordon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Poker variety : STUD
5. Shape of the president's office : OVAL
9. It might have a Phillips head : SCREW
14. Meddlesome : NOSY
15. ___ Scotia : NOVA
16. Animal in Qantas ads : KOALA
17. Disturbs : UNSETTLES
19. Tray containing work to do : INBOX
20. One who looks up when someone yells "duck!"? : BIRDWATCHER
22. Gibbon, e.g. : APE
23. Photo ___ (media events) : OPS
24. Cites : QUOTES
26. Wine order : CARAFE
30. Mock : TAUNT
32. Tequila source : AGAVE
33. Spanish "ayes" : SISI
34. Move like goo : OOZE
38. Famous 52-Across : REVERENDSPOONER
41. Santa's team, e.g. : DEER
42. Horse color : ROAN
43. Group of ships : FLEET
44. Fish with a net : TRAWL
46. "I beg of you" : PLEASE
47. Frequent fliers : JETSET
50. "I get it!" : AHA
51. D.C.'s Pennsylvania ___ : AVE
52. 20-Across, to 38-Across : WORDBOTCHER
59. Mazda model : MIATA
61. "Fame" singer : IRENECARA
62. More dishonorable : BASER
63. Put one's two cents in? : ANTE
64. Pre-Communist Russian ruler : CZAR
65. Golfer Sam : SNEAD
66. What "L" stands for in box scores : LOSS
67. Townshend of the Who : PETE
1. Rudely overlook : SNUB
2. "Beloved" author Morrison : TONI
3. Russia was part of it: Abbr. : USSR
4. Like Easter eggs : DYED
5. Recorded : ONTAPE
6. Battery units : VOLTS
7. With: Fr. : AVEC
8. Mascara site : LASH
9. Vail trail : SKIRUN
10. Prisoner : CON
11. Morocco's capital : RABAT
12. Secretly run off together : ELOPE
13. Polishes, as a car : WAXES
18. Half-price ticket : TWOFER
21. Provide with gear : EQUIP
25. "My Favorite Year" star : OTOOLE
26. Jack or ten : CARD
27. Writer James : AGEE
28. Great review : RAVE
29. Turns aside : AVERTS
30. Kind of wave : TIDAL
31. Org. : ASSN
33. Falling flakes : SNOW
35. Draftable : ONEA
36. Marks of Zorro : ZEES
37. Art Deco artist : ERTE
39. Love poet's Muse : ERATO
40. Recently : OFLATE
45. Wanted poster word : REWARD
46. Calls : PHONES
47. Door parts : JAMBS
48. Brand of water : EVIAN
49. Make fun of : TEASE
50. Helps with the getaway car, perhaps : ABETS
53. Coin of Iran : RIAL
54. The first James Bond film : DRNO
55. 3-Down, in 3-Down : CCCP
56. Demean, as pledges : HAZE
57. Part of Q.E.D. : ERAT
58. Steak order : RARE
60. Drink "for two" : TEA

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