New York Times, Monday, November 26, 2001

Author: Bette Sue Cohen
Editor: Will Shortz
Bette Sue Cohen
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 46 for Ms. Cohen. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Oregon's capital : SALEM
6. Sounds worked on by speech therapists : LISPS
11. With 69-Across, a film with 27- and 64-Across : TOP
14. Appliance maker : AMANA
15. Immobile : INERT
16. Wire service inits. : UPI
17. 27- and 64-Across film, with "The" : GAYDIVORCEE
19. Wager : BET
20. W.W. II area: Abbr. : ETO
21. Principles : TENETS
22. Risqué : RACY
23. A nonmusician may have one : TINEAR
25. Exude : OOZE
27. Half a famous Hollywood duo : GINGERROGERS
33. Place for a breath of fresh air? : LUNG
36. Wriggly fish : EEL
37. Precisely : TOATEE
38. Give ___ time : AHARD
40. Mo. with Columbus Day : OCT
42. Giant : TITAN
43. Dummies : DODOES
45. Rankle : IRK
47. Unhip person : NERD
48. 27- and 64-Across film : SHALLWEDANCE
51. Certain legal protection : LIEN
52. Difficult experience : ORDEAL
56. Outlaws : BANS
59. "___ Fideles" : ADESTE
62. Untruth : LIE
63. "Who ___ we kidding?" : ARE
64. Other half of the Hollywood duo : FREDASTAIRE
66. Half a dozen : SIX
67. Go out with ___ : ABANG
68. Bury : INTER
69. See 11-Across : HAT
70. Pianist Hess and others : MYRAS
71. Poor : NEEDY
1. TV comic Bob : SAGET
2. Celebrated Italian violinmaker : AMATI
3. Apply, as a coat of wax : LAYON
4. Epilogue : END
5. Rum cocktail : MAITAI
6. MGM symbol : LION
7. Regarding : INRE
8. Pie chart part : SECTOR
9. Arrange by ZIP code, e.g. : PRESORT
10. Fr. holy woman : STE
11. Oompah instrument : TUBA
12. Assn. with many Gulf members : OPEC
13. Feel sorry for : PITY
18. "From the Earth to the Moon" writer : VERNE
22. Put on again, as weight : REGAINED
24. Appetizers with sweet-and-sour sauce : EGGROLLS
26. Kind of suit : ZOOT
28. 1980's-90's car name : GEO
29. Spanish hero who died in 1099 : ELCID
30. Suffix with cigar : ETTE
31. Behind : REAR
32. Transmit : SEND
33. Boys : LADS
34. "This looks bad" : UHOH
35. Nothin' : NADA
39. Meat slicer site : DELI
41. ___-la-la : TRA
44. Believe in wholeheartedly : SWEARBY
46. Ship speed units : KNOTS
49. Make beloved : ENDEAR
50. Obtuse one : CRETIN
53. A-list types : ELITE
54. Broadcast : AIRED
55. Apprehensive : LEERY
56. Big party : BASH
57. Opera excerpt : ARIA
58. Cashier's cry : NEXT
60. Dame ___, Barry Humphries character : EDNA
61. Droops : SAGS
64. Mom, dad and the kids: Abbr. : FAM
65. Gas suffix : ANE

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