New York Times, Friday, November 30, 2001

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JKQXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 84 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Church abutter, maybe : MANSE
6. Some alerts, for short : APBS
10. Like a mite : WEE
13. Superior strings : AMATIS
15. Member of a pod : SEAL
16. Retail store opening? : WAL
17. With pluck : GAMELY
18. Statement upon delivery : ITSAGIRL
20. A restaurant patron said ... : INEVEREATSNAILS
22. Welcome to one's home : SEEIN
23. Cracker, of sorts : YEGG
24. Signature piece? : PEN
26. Zip : NADA
28. Nineveh's river : TIGRIS
32. It's ruled by a sultan : OMAN
34. Man of means, in Manchester : NOB
35. Blue-ribbon : SELECT
36. "You Can Call Me Al" singer : SIMON
38. The waiter asked ... : WHY
40. Make good on : REPAY
41. Hinged flap on an airplane : ELEVON
43. Like school, sometimes : OUT
45. Sun-cracked : SERE
46. Firedome, for one : DESOTO
47. Some TV's : RCAS
49. Legal thing : RES
50. Sped : TORE
52. Dalmatian, e.g. : CROAT
54. The patron replied ... : IPREFERFASTFOOD
60. Happy-go-lucky person, perhaps : WHISTLER
61. Loser at Châlons in A.D. 451 : ATTILA
62. Shout before firing : AIM
63. ___ signum : ECCE
64. Eyed rudely : LEERED
65. Artful : SLY
66. G, e.g. : NOTE
67. Grounds : DREGS
1. Epiphany figures : MAGI
2. Make ___ of : AMAN
3. Gets specific : NAMESNAMES
4. Skier Mahre : STEVE
5. Actress Heckart : EILEEN
6. Java is in it : ASIA
7. Niggling : PETTY
8. They have short legs and long ears : BASSETS
9. Like "chow" vis-à-vis "edibles" : SLANGIER
10. Chapter in 20th-century hist. : WWII
11. Eden, for one : EARL
12. Corner pieces : ELLS
14. Six Day War combatant : SYRIAN
19. Noisy groups : GAGGLES
21. Pump with money : ENDOW
24. Got shot in a studio? : POSED
25. "South Pacific" hero : EMILE
27. Can't take : ABHOR
29. Prepared numbers : REPERTOIRE
30. Empathetic words : ICARE
31. Lid problems : STYES
33. Nays : NOVOTES
37. Seldom : NOTOFTEN
39. Adam's-needle, e.g. : YUCCA
42. Remington rival : NORELCO
44. Kind of bone : TARSAL
48. In one's cups : SOTTED
51. Like Homo habilis : ERECT
53. À la : AFTER
54. "___ framed!" : IWAS
55. 4-Down's twin : PHIL
56. Frosted : RIMY
57. Priceless? : FREE
58. Designer for Jackie : OLEG
59. Some stay at home : DADS

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