New York Times, Tuesday, January 27, 2004

Author: Randall J. Hartman
Editor: Will Shortz
Randall J. Hartman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42 Missing: {QXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 49 for Mr. Hartman. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Cripple : MAIM
5. Chorus member : ALTO
9. Old adders : ABACI
14. Alan of "The Seduction of Joe Tynan" : ALDA
15. Ballet move : LEAP
16. Early computer language : BASIC
17. Light gas : NEON
18. Gawk at : OGLE
19. Type of type : ELITE
20. Examination, redundantly : CLOSESCRUTINY
23. Increase, with "up" : REV
24. Quick on the uptake : APT
25. Frisk, with "down" : PAT
28. "The Way We ___" : WERE
31. Perfectos, e.g. : CIGARS
36. Director Kazan : ELIA
38. Colonel or captain : RANK
40. Gymnast Comaneci : NADIA
41. Pestering, redundantly : CONSTANTNAGGING
44. Uniform shade : KHAKI
45. Student driver, usually : TEEN
46. Wrigley Field slugger : SOSA
47. Gets smart with : SASSES
49. Try for a part : READ
51. One of 100 in D.C. : SEN
52. Conquistador's prize : ORO
54. Whisper sweet nothings : COO
56. Angry outburst, redundantly : CONNIPTIONFIT
63. Oscar winner Foster : JODIE
64. Unable to decide : TORN
65. Took off : FLED
67. Maine college town : ORONO
68. "Zounds!" : EGAD
69. Jacob's twin : ESAU
70. Von Münchhausen, e.g. : BARON
71. Lady of Lisbon : DONA
72. Medium-___ : RARE
1. "Hoo-ey!" : MAN
2. Baldwin of "Talk Radio" : ALEC
3. Elvis or Madonna, e.g. : IDOL
4. Lord's home : MANOR
5. Skin cream ingredient : ALOEVERA
6. Longevity at the box office : LEGS
7. Soft mineral : TALC
8. "Il Trovatore," e.g. : OPERA
9. Driving the getaway car for : ABETTING
10. Island east of Java : BALI
11. Z ___ zebra : ASIN
12. Like lowest-mileage driving : CITY
13. Diamonds, slangily : ICE
21. Stitch up : SEW
22. Bars at the checkout counter: Abbr. : UPC
25. Eats like a bird : PECKS
26. Maui greeting : ALOHA
27. Louise and Turner : TINAS
29. Carry on : RANT
30. Keyboard key : ENTER
32. Comedian's stock : GAGS
33. Sonora "so long" : ADIOS
34. Washer cycle : RINSE
35. "Contact" author Carl : SAGAN
37. Invites : ASKS
39. Patella's place : KNEE
42. Get snockered : TIEONEON
43. It puts the squeeze on : ANACONDA
48. Hindu title : SRI
50. Singer McLean : DON
53. Made a choice : OPTED
55. Put forward : OFFER
56. Mrs. Dithers : CORA
57. Dump problem : ODOR
58. El ___ (weather factor) : NINO
59. Like some pizza orders : TOGO
60. Gulf land : IRAN
61. Rick's love in "Casablanca" : ILSA
62. Something shed : TEAR
63. Applicant's goal : JOB
66. Expected in : DUE

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