New York Times, Monday, November 19, 2001

Author: Peter Gordon
Editor: Will Shortz
Peter Gordon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JKQXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 71 for Mr. Gordon. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. [Uh-oh!] : GULP
5. Lawn mower's path : SWATH
10. Subway Series team : METS
14. Andy Taylor's TV son : OPIE
15. 2008 Summer Olympics host : CHINA
16. Burn soother : ALOE
17. Shock : BOLTFROMTHEBLUE
20. Temporary : INTERIM
21. Sly looks : LEERS
22. Tombstone inscription : RIP
23. Physically weak : FRAIL
26. Canyon sound : ECHO
29. Eagle's claw : TALON
31. Experiment sites : LABS
35. Garbage : TRASH
37. Bronco-riding event : RODEO
39. Quick swim : DIP
40. Behave oddly : HAVEASCREWLOOSE
43. Eden woman : EVE
44. Entered, as a car : GOTIN
45. Funny bone's location : ELBOW
46. Monthly budget item : RENT
48. Dukes : FISTS
50. Cub Scout groups : DENS
51. Respond to a stimulus : REACT
53. Skirt's edge : HEM
55. Black key above a G : AFLAT
58. Popular Toyota : COROLLA
62. Definitely deceased : DEADASADOORNAIL
66. Pulitzer-winning humorist Barry : DAVE
67. Video game name : ATARI
68. Jane Austen novel : EMMA
69. Constellation part : STAR
70. Neighbor of Oman : YEMEN
71. Thumbs-up votes : YEAS
1. Mongolian desert : GOBI
2. Fairy tale's second word : UPON
3. Light, happy tune : LILT
4. Baseball player with the most lifetime hits : PETEROSE
5. Screenwriter's writing : SCRIPT
6. "For ___ the Bell Tolls" : WHOM
7. Eye the bull's-eye : AIM
8. Explosive initials : TNT
9. "So there!" : HAH
10. Old phone company nickname : MABELL
11. Model Macpherson : ELLE
12. ___ de France : TOUR
13. Views : SEES
18. Part of T.G.I.F.: Abbr. : FRI
19. Inventor Whitney : ELI
23. Busy person on Valentine's Day : FLORIST
24. Chinchilla or beaver, e.g. : RODENT
25. From the top : ANEW
26. Bygone anesthetic : ETHER
27. Hunger for : CRAVE
28. Place of refuge : HAVEN
30. Colder than cold : ARCTIC
32. Pueblo brick : ADOBE
33. Yellowstone animal : BISON
34. Gushes : SPEWS
36. Witch : HAG
38. Bullring cheer : OLE
41. Divan : SOFA
42. Inherited wealth : OLDMONEY
47. Stock exchange worker : TRADER
49. One who's way ahead in the polls : SHOOIN
52. Greek vowel : ETA
54. Flub : ERR
55. Uses an abacus : ADDS
56. Achievement : FEAT
57. Output of Mount Etna : LAVA
58. Apple leftover : CORE
59. Weak, as an excuse : LAME
60. Peru's capital : LIMA
61. "What a pity!" : ALAS
63. Articulate : SAY
64. Took in takeout? : ATE
65. Beaver's work : DAM

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