New York Times, Monday, March 11, 2002

Author: Peter Gordon
Editor: Will Shortz
Peter Gordon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQW} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 82 for Mr. Gordon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Sixth Greek letter : ZETA
5. Short hit, in baseball : BUNT
9. Specialized vocabulary : ARGOT
14. Tennis great Lendl : IVAN
15. "___ bitten, twice shy" : ONCE
16. Crystal-lined stone : GEODE
17. Barbershop call : NEXT
18. Place for "junk" : STORAGEBIN
20. Emergency situation that an Egyptian goddess experiences? : CRISISISISISIN
22. Spell-off : BEE
23. Golf ball peg : TEE
24. Down's opposite : ACROSS
28. ___ and aahs : OOHS
30. Head-butt : RAM
33. Three-wheeler : TRIKE
34. Thin wedge of wood : SHIM
35. Stew holders : POTS
36. Fruit that grandma dubbed? : BANANANANANAMED
39. Rooney of "60 Minutes" : ANDY
40. Place to stroll : PARK
41. Refrain in "Old MacDonald" : EIEIO
42. Magic 8-Ball answer : YES
43. Sherlock Holmes prop : PIPE
44. Beauty parlors : SALONS
45. "Thar ___ blows!" : SHE
46. Permit : LET
47. Ornate clone of designer Chanel? : ROCOCOCOCOCOPY
55. Big political contest : SENATERACE
56. Buckeye's home : OHIO
57. Foreword, for short : INTRO
58. Slender nail : BRAD
59. Child with no siblings : ONLY
60. Parts of houses and mouths : ROOFS
61. Shopper stopper : SALE
62. ___ pony : POLO
1. Metal in brass : ZINC
2. "... happily ___ after" : EVER
3. Way around town : TAXI
4. Aardvark's fare : ANTS
5. Supervisors : BOSSES
6. Loosen, as laces : UNTIE
7. Sgts. and cpls. : NCOS
8. Actress Hatcher : TERI
9. Texas A&M's team : AGGIES
10. Baseball great Pee Wee : REESE
11. Mongolian desert : GOBI
12. Scandinavian god : ODIN
13. Royal flush card : TEN
19. Breathing woe : ASTHMA
21. "A Doll's House" playwright : IBSEN
24. Unable to flee : ATBAY
25. Origami bird : CRANE
26. Orange covers : RINDS
27. Approve : OKAY
28. Chicago airport : OHARE
29. Sound in "Old MacDonald" : OINK
30. One of Shakespeare's "star-crossed lovers" : ROMEO
31. Didn't go out to a restaurant : ATEIN
32. Forerunner of Windows : MSDOS
34. Rice Krispies sound : SNAP
35. Bucket : PAIL
37. Each : APIECE
38. "Cool!" : NEATO
43. Wedding album contents : PHOTOS
44. Withdraw (from) : SECEDE
45. Winter wear : SCARF
46. Making all stops : LOCAL
47. Nevada city : RENO
48. "I'm ___ you!" : ONTO
49. Spheres : ORBS
50. Singer Irene : CARA
51. Condo's cousin : COOP
52. Speed skater Apolo Anton ___ : OHNO
53. Tablet : PILL
54. It has its ups and downs : YOYO
55. Knight's title : SIR

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