New York Times, Monday, January 17, 2005

Author: Alison Donald
Editor: Will Shortz
Alison Donald
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Ms. Donald. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Jazz style : BEBOP
6. Reclusive actress Greta : GARBO
11. Sandwich initials : BLT
14. Tehran native : IRANI
15. Perfect : IDEAL
16. Karel Capek play : RUR
17. Rooming house offering : BEDANDBOARD
19. Whiz : ACE
20. Tints : HUES
21. Tasteless : TACKY
23. Large monkeys : BABOONS
27. Happy-face symbols : SMILEYS
29. Peter of "Lawrence of Arabia" : OTOOLE
30. Cuban dance music: Var. : RHUMBA
31. Make up (for) : ATONE
32. Rent : LEASE
33. ___ King Cole : NAT
36. "___ Lama Ding Dong" (1961 nonsense hit) : RAMA
37. Nullifies : VOIDS
38. Author Ferber : EDNA
39. Mrs., in Madrid : SRA
40. Like the weather around lighthouses, often : FOGGY
41. Open, as a package : UNBOX
42. Ed of "The Honeymooners" : NORTON
44. Carve : INCISE
45. Golf attendants : CADDIES
47. Prayer book : PSALTER
48. Country bumpkins : RUBES
49. Et ___ (and others) : ALII
50. Part of a college e-mail address : EDU
51. Like a native : BORNANDBRED
58. Bro's sibling : SIS
59. Tape deck button : EJECT
60. Ham it up : EMOTE
61. Asian holiday : TET
62. Cosmetician Lauder : ESTEE
63. Dork : DWEEB
1. Baby's mealtime garment : BIB
2. Afore : ERE
3. Naughty : BAD
4. ___ case-by-case basis : ONA
5. Tiny puncture : PINHOLE
6. Scoffs : GIBES
7. Fusses : ADOS
8. Stephen of "The Crying Game" : REA
9. Drinker's place : BAR
10. Antiquated : OLDTIME
11. Drilling tool : BRACEANDBIT
12. Like a rabbit's foot, supposedly : LUCKY
13. Deuce toppers : TREYS
18. Sand hill : DUNE
22. Priest's robe : ALB
23. Wild swine : BOARS
24. ___ of roses : ATTAR
25. Economic cycle : BOOMANDBUST
26. Mrs. Chaplin : OONA
27. Disreputable : SHADY
28. Rumple : MUSS
30. King's time on the throne : REIGN
32. Apple's apple and Chevron's chevron : LOGOS
34. Win by ___ : ANOSE
35. Levy imposer : TAXER
37. Cast a ballot : VOTE
38. Letter accompanier: Abbr. : ENCL
40. Toy loved by dogs : FRISBEE
41. Without assistance : UNAIDED
43. Wordsworth creation : ODE
44. "The proof ___ the pudding" : ISIN
45. Toothpaste brand : CREST
46. War hero Murphy : AUDIE
47. Dish : PLATE
49. Suffix with accept : ANCE
52. Breakfast drinks, briefly : OJS
53. No longer working: Abbr. : RET
54. Mercedes competitor : BMW
55. Fish eggs : ROE
56. Summer on the Seine : ETE
57. Belle of a ball : DEB

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