New York Times, Wednesday, November 29, 2000

Author: Peter Gordon
Editor: Will Shortz
Peter Gordon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {BJVX} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 47 for Mr. Gordon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Litmus reddeners : ACIDS
6. Oblong yellowish fruit : PAPAW
11. Some posters : ADS
14. Throw dice : SHOOT
15. Home to six billion : EARTH
16. Potpie morsel : PEA
17. Luciano Pavarotti, informally : KINGOFTHEHIGHCS
20. Wallach of "The Magnificent Seven" : ELI
21. Frets : WORRIES
22. Student's pride : STRAIGHTAS
27. "The Sopranos" Emmy winner Falco : EDIE
28. Low poker holding : PAIR
29. It fits in a lock : OAR
30. Keeps : LASTS
31. Cockpit abbr. : ALT
32. Tune : SONG
34. Is in the past? : WAS
35. Naps : CATCHESSOMEZS
40. Daughter of the Titans : EOS
41. Excellent : AONE
42. Had a little lamb : ATE
44. "You're joshing!" : PSHAW
47. Day-___ : GLO
48. Heal, as bones : KNIT
49. Explorer John and others : RAES
50. School basics : THETHREERS
53. "Divine Comedy" part : INFERNO
55. It's mostly nitrogen : AIR
56. Classic admonishment : MINDYOURPSANDQS
62. Québec's Festival d'___ : ETE
63. Encyclopedia volume, maybe : ATLAS
64. Get ready to drive : TEEUP
65. Neighbor of Isr. : SYR
66. Cranes make them : NESTS
67. Kegler's place : ALLEY
1. Try to find out : ASK
2. Acupuncturist's vital life force : CHI
3. Lithium-___ battery : ION
4. Bookmark, perhaps : DOGEAR
5. Absolut rival, for short : STOLI
6. Stroke : PET
7. Ooh and ___ : AAH
8. From the 1930's : PREWAR
9. One of the Musketeers : ATHOS
10. Fan sound : WHIR
11. Honeydew producers : APHIDS
12. Whitewash : DECEIT
13. Isn't polite to : SASSES
18. Least bit : FIG
19. "Summer Nights" musical : GREASE
22. Hydromassage facility : SPA
23. It may go right to the bottom : TALC
24. "Educating ___" (1983 film) : RITA
25. Edge : HONE
26. Place to buy bric-a-brac : TAGSALE
30. Unable to walk : LAME
32. Boat with an open hold : SCOW
33. Circus cries : OHS
34. Took the gold : WON
36. Like nerds, maybe : TEASED
37. Spot on Santa : SOOT
38. Writer Grey : ZANE
39. Pother : STIR
43. Aliens, briefly : ETS
44. 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, etc. : PRIMES
45. Balance : SANITY
46. Man with a mansion : HEFNER
47. Graverobbers : GHOULS
48. Essence : KERNEL
50. It might take 10 years to mature : TNOTE
51. Owns : HAS
52. Lasso : RIATA
54. "Tumbleweeds" cartoonist Tom : RYAN
57. Squeal : RAT
58. Add-ons: Abbr. : PSS
59. Pa. neighbor : DEL
60. What, in Oaxaca : QUE
61. Bond, for one : SPY

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