New York Times, Thursday, November 21, 2002

Author: Joe DiPietro
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe DiPietro
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JKZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 59 for Mr. DiPietro. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Photo : STILL
6. Speck : MOTE
10. "Later" : TATA
14. Pointed craft : CANOE
15. Out there : AFAR
16. Animal with twisted horns : IBEX
17. One reason more people are going to the movies these days? : IMAXFACTOR
19. Skirt style : MAXI
20. The shortest of 12: Abbr. : FEB
21. One may become bald : TIRE
22. Popular pie ingredient : PECAN
23. Part of a certain nest egg, briefly : IRA
24. Order to a homemaking spouse? : IRONDARLING
27. Not accept : DENY
29. Where you may do your bidding? : EBAY
30. Babe in the woods : FAWN
32. Like some candles : UNLIT
34. Workout segment : SET
37. Ask for proof of age for an ardent varsity athlete? : IDAVIDLETTERMAN
41. Sled, e.g. : TOY
42. Back-and-forth, for short : QANDA
43. One may get pushed around : CART
44. Early Soviet space probe : LUNA
45. Support group? : BRAS
47. English-style county near Roma? : ITALIASHIRE
52. Bygone school event : HOP
55. Pat : DABAT
56. "___ move" : YOUR
57. Swelling reducer : ICE
58. Tiny building block : ATOM
59. Recently hired by the Superstation? : INATTURNER
62. Mother of Hephaestus : HERA
63. Raw material? : DATA
64. Less : NOTAS
65. Scraps : ORTS
66. Prefers, with "for" : OPTS
67. Plum part : STONE
1. Tales of ET's, e.g. : SCIFI
2. Big top figure : TAMER
3. Not doing well at all : INABADWAY
4. Bagel store offering : LOX
5. Kept : LEFTIN
6. Computer user's timesaver : MACRO
7. Not just occasionally : OFTEN
8. Literally, "way" : TAO
9. Miss a cue, say : ERR
10. Seasonable : TIMELY
11. Crude counters : ABACI
12. Denison denizen : TEXAN
13. Canner's job : AXING
18. Light : AIRY
22. Go on and on : PRATE
25. Where the mouth is : DELTA
26. Some : ABIT
28. Post delivery: Abbr. : ENV
30. In shape : FIT
31. Commotion : ADO
32. Skeleton components : ULNAS
33. Hoops Hall-of-Famer Irish : NED
34. Ram : SMASHINTO
35. Hammer site : EAR
36. Blast source : TNT
38. Fed-up person's cry : IQUIT
39. Plato of "Diff'rent Strokes" : DANA
40. Elvis's label : RCA
44. Some pack carriers : LLAMAS
45. English Leather alternative : BRUT
46. You may have seen them before : RERUNS
47. Snake River locale : IDAHO
48. 47-Down product : TATER
49. End early : ABORT
50. Marriott alternative : HYATT
51. Specks : IOTAS
53. Limitless quantity : OCEAN
54. Intrinsically : PERSE
59. Rite answer? : IDO
60. Brief time out? : NAP
61. Become inedible : ROT

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