New York Times, Monday, February 11, 2002

Author: Peter Gordon
Editor: Will Shortz
Peter Gordon
TotalDebutLatestCollabs
969/5/19893/30/20030
SunMonTueWedThuFriSatVariety
83318139519
ScrabbleRebusCirclePangrampre-WS
1.5891611

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {XZ} Spans: 5 This is puzzle # 78 for Mr. Gordon. NYT links: Across Lite

Support XWord Info

Donation Amount

XWord Info is only possible when people like you choose to support it through donations.

Consider giving $10, $20, or more so this web site can continue to provide its in-depth analysis of NYT crosswords.

Thank you!

1
A
2
L
3
P
4
H
5
A
6
T
7
A
8
L
9
L
10
A
11
J
12
A
13
R
14
B
E
A
U
T
15
O
R
E
O
16
M
U
L
E
17
U
N
I
T
E
18
D
K
I
N
G
19
D
O
M
O
F
20
T
O
N
21
C
Y
D
22
D
U
P
E
S
23
T
24
A
25
B
O
O
26
A
27
T
A
R
I
28
U
29
P
T
U
R
N
30
Q
U
A
Y
31
N
32
B
33
A
34
N
E
H
R
U
35
P
U
N
T
36
J
A
N
37
G
R
E
A
T
38
B
R
I
T
A
39
I
40
N
A
N
D
41
E
S
T
42
A
I
L
S
43
V
I
C
A
R
44
R
E
O
45
F
A
C
T
46
H
E
C
K
L
E
47
W
48
H
I
S
K
49
J
O
S
E
F
50
U
51
L
N
A
S
52
E
A
U
53
L
54
A
55
O
56
N
O
R
T
H
57
E
58
R
N
I
R
59
E
60
L
A
N
D
61
T
R
E
E
62
W
A
I
L
63
Y
E
S
N
O
64
O
D
D
S
65
E
N
D
S
66
E
T
H
E
R
© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. ___, beta, gamma ... : ALPHA
6. Like skyscrapers : TALL
10. Not fully closed : AJAR
14. Lulu : BEAUT
15. Creme-filled cookie : OREO
16. Stubborn beast : MULE
17. With 37- and 56-Across, where "God Save the Queen" is the national anthem : UNITEDKINGDOMOF
20. Heavy weight : TON
21. Dancer Charisse : CYD
22. Hoodwinks : DUPES
23. No-no : TABOO
26. Arcade game name : ATARI
28. Improvement : UPTURN
30. Wharf : QUAY
31. 76ers' org. : NBA
34. Jawaharlal of India : NEHRU
35. Fourth-down option : PUNT
36. Middle Brady Bunch girl : JAN
37. See 17-Across : GREATBRITAINAND
41. Superlative suffix : EST
42. Is sick : AILS
43. Parish priest : VICAR
44. ___ Speedwagon : REO
45. Almanac datum : FACT
46. Torment a stand-up comedian : HECKLE
47. Egg beater : WHISK
49. Abstract artist Albers : JOSEF
50. Forearm bones : ULNAS
52. It's bottled in Cannes : EAU
53. "7 Faces of Dr. ___" (1964 flick) : LAO
56. See 17-Across : NORTHERNIRELAND
61. Apple or maple : TREE
62. Cry like a banshee : WAIL
63. Kind of question : YESNO
64. With 65-Across, Miscellany, when separated by "and" : ODDS
65. See 64-Across : ENDS
66. Obsolete anesthetic : ETHER
1. Be adjacent to : ABUT
2. Letterman rival : LENO
3. Celebrate : PAINTTHETOWNRED
4. Simple shelter : HUT
5. Gobbled up : ATE
6. 1964 Olympics host : TOKYO
7. Dry : ARID
8. Football great Dawson : LEN
9. Nautical journal : LOG
10. Love affair : AMOUR
11. Rolling Stones hit of 1968 : JUMPINJACKFLASH
12. Lotion ingredient : ALOE
13. They keep track of pins : REFS
18. Pesticide brand : DCON
19. W.W. II turning point : DDAY
24. Surrounding glow : AURA
25. Very dry, as Champagne : BRUT
26. Some wedding guests : AUNTS
27. "Toodle-oo!" : TATA
28. Felix of "The Odd Couple" : UNGER
29. Intrinsically : PERSE
30. Colorful cover : QUILT
32. Hackneyed : BANAL
33. Wrestling's ___ the Giant : ANDRE
35. Puncture : PRICK
38. Sheepish sounds : BAAS
39. Currier's partner : IVES
40. Heading on Santa's list : NICE
45. Ichthyologist's study : FISH
46. Daylight savings saving : HOUR
48. Despises : HATES
49. Puts behind bars : JAILS
50. Golden rule word : UNTO
51. "___ of the Flies" : LORD
52. Novelist Bagnold : ENID
54. Game show host Robinson : ANNE
55. Stink : ODOR
57. Emitter of 38-Down : EWE
58. Competed in a 10K : RAN
59. Needle part : EYE
60. Tennis call : LET

Found bugs or have suggestions?

Previous puzzle | Next puzzle