New York Times, Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Author: Sarah Keller
Editor: Will Shortz
Sarah Keller
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 35 Missing: {JQVXZ} This is puzzle # 33 for Ms. Keller. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Showman Ziegfeld : FLO
4. Shakespearean character who calls himself "a very foolish fond old man" : LEAR
8. Traveler's baggage handler : REDCAP
14. Mary's boss on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" : LOU
15. Writer Sarah ___ Jewett : ORNE
16. Bogged down : INARUT
17. Beer festival mo. : OCT
18. Musical staff symbol : CLEF
19. Wanderers : NOMADS
20. Nickname for author Ernest : PAPAHEMINGWAY
23. Prunes, once : PLUMS
24. France's Belle-___ : ILE
25. Vegetarian's protein source : TOFU
28. Abominable Snowman : YETI
29. Classic New York City eatery : MAMALEONES
32. Amtrak facility: Abbr. : STA
34. Cartoonist Drake : STAN
35. Summer along the Seine : ETE
36. Paul McCartney in the Beatles : BASSIST
40. Not in stock yet : ONORDER
42. "So that's it!" : OHO
43. Milne's "The House at ___ Corner" : POOH
45. Anka's "___ Beso" : ESO
46. Fanny Brice radio character : BABYSNOOKS
49. Burst of wind : GUST
53. Greek peak : OSSA
54. Card below quattro : TRE
55. Postal scale marking : OUNCE
56. This puzzle's theme : THETHREEBEARS
60. Photo assignments : SHOOTS
62. "It's ___" ("I'm buying") : ONME
63. A couple of chips, maybe : BET
64. Dawn goddess : AURORA
65. ___ Martin (cognac brand) : REMY
66. Brenda of country music : LEE
67. Geological wonder : GEYSER
68. Madrid Mmes. : SRAS
69. Wind up : END
1. Disk type : FLOPPY
2. Place : LOCALE
3. Yield : OUTPUT
4. Scottish boating spots : LOCHS
5. ___ Stanley Gardner : ERLE
6. What Procrit may treat : ANEMIA
7. Uses another roll on : REFILMS
8. Symbol of troth : RING
9. Sufficient, in poetry : ENOW
10. Ex-senator Alfonse : DAMATO
11. Filled in a coloring book : CRAYONED
12. I.R.S. exam: Abbr. : AUD
13. Sour cream container amts. : PTS
21. Not quite right : AMISS
22. "Super!" : NEATO
26. Big bash : FETE
27. ___-friendly : USER
29. Lawyer created by 5-Down : MASON
30. Areas between shoulders? : LANES
31. Slugger Slaughter : ENOS
33. Rewards for waiting : TIPS
36. Popular clown at kids' parties : BOBO
37. Teachers like to hear them : AHAS
38. Long, drawn-out excuse : SOBSTORY
39. One end of a bridge : TOOTH
41. Scoundrel : ROGUE
44. "Egad!" : HORRORS
47. Louts : YAHOOS
48. More acute : KEENER
50. Not up to it : UNABLE
51. Sift : SCREEN
52. Tried out : TESTED
55. Minds : OBEYS
57. To be, to Henri : ETRE
58. Boris Godunov, e.g. : TSAR
59. Madame Bovary : EMMA
60. Droop : SAG
61. Ruby or emerald : HUE

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