New York Times, Thursday, January 29, 2004

Author: David J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 42 Missing: {QXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 100 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Ready to work : HIRABLE
8. "Now where ___?" : WASI
12. Kennedy adviser : SORENSEN
13. End ___ era : OFAN
14. Start of a definition of "elbonics" (a word that doesn't exist but should) : THEBEHAVIOROF
16. Greek god sometimes pictured as blindfolded : EROS
17. Novelist Seton : ANYA
18. Each : APOP
20. Delighted reaction : AAH
21. Gathering place: Abbr. : CTR
23. Delilah player in "Samson and Delilah" : LAMARR
25. Definition, part 2 : TWOPEOPLE
29. Israel-based bank : LEUMI
30. Kind : ILK
31. Kind of history : ORAL
33. Actor Herbert : LOM
34. Definition, part 3 : JOCKEYINGFORONE
39. 1961 Literature Nobelist ___ Andric : IVO
40. Drill : BORE
41. "___ fallen ..." : IVE
42. "Siddhartha" author : HESSE
44. Definition, part 4 : ARMRESTIN
49. Oil worker? : ARTIST
51. Alway : EER
52. Cry of dismay, in poetry : ONO
53. Roll maker? : DRUM
54. Came down : ALIT
57. Token look-alike : SLUG
58. End of the definition : AMOVIETHEATER
62. Some bills : TENS
63. Do some stock speculating : DAYTRADE
64. Station name in England : ESSO
65. How "Waltzing Matilda" is to be played : ALLEGRO
1. Holiday cheer? : HOHOHO
2. Cholers : IRES
3. Confederate : REB
4. "Wheel of Fortune" request : ANE
5. C, alternatively : BSHARP
6. Not very profitable : LEAN
7. "A kind of praise": John Gay : ENVY
8. Try to win a hand : WOO
9. House with a steep roof : AFRAME
10. Caesar Park International Airport site : SAOPAULO
11. Sell out, in a way : INFORMON
12. Kind of vote : STRAW
15. Proverb ending? : IAL
16. Have something : EAT
19. Choice : PRIME
21. Former name of Sulawesi : CELEBES
22. Ginza locale : TOKYO
24. Everywhere : ALLOVER
26. Teledyne Water ___ : PIK
27. One keeping one's own company : LONER
28. Work unit : ERG
32. Blazing : AFIRE
34. Holy war : JIHAD
35. Make too much of : OVERRATE
36. Hollywood studio department : COSTUMES
37. Something that may be rolled over: Abbr. : IRA
38. Court matter : RES
43. Paul and Carly : SIMONS
45. CH3 : METHYL
46. The Rockets of the Mid-American Conference : TOLEDO
47. Accustom : INURE
48. Holiday quaff : NOG
50. ___ chi ch'uan : TAI
55. Castor's mother : LEDA
56. Big World Cup power: Abbr. : ITAL
57. Diva, e.g. : STAR
59. Letters on a brandy bottle : VSO
60. Season in Haiti : ETE
61. Big World Cup power: Abbr. : ARG

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