New York Times, Friday, January 7, 2005

Author: Stella Daily and Bruce Venzke
Editor: Will Shortz
Stella Daily
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148/26/20045/5/200814
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1.62002
Bruce Venzke
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188/26/20047/8/201417
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1.61002

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 30 Missing: {FHJQ} This is puzzle # 3 for Ms. Daily. This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Venzke. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Opposite of 58-Across : NEVERMORE
10. Evidence of trauma : SCARS
15. Took off without a sound : STOLEAWAY
16. Mel Tormé's "___ Home Baby" : COMIN
17. "Doesn't that beat all?!" : WELLILLBE
18. Betel palm : ARECA
19. Camp sight : SLEEPINGBAG
21. Matching tops, maybe : TWINSET
25. Creeks, e.g. : INDIANS
26. Lapsed : RANOUT
27. Sitcom about a Texas soccer mom : REBA
28. Condition : INURE
29. Call up : RECOLLECT
34. Take ___ view of : ADIM
35. Cartier rival : ROLEX
36. Crimson rivals : ELIS
37. Information holders : DATABASES
39. Home of the Knights Hospitalers : MALTA
40. Wasn't straight : LIED
41. More lean and muscular : WIRIER
42. It bites : SARCASM
46. Mean dude's quality : BADNESS
47. Procrastinator's aid : SNOOZEALARM
49. Philadelphia's first black mayor, 1984-92 : GOODE
50. What a mail order merchant wants : RESPONSES
55. Guitarist's gizmo : TUNER
56. Like wire transfers : INTERBANK
57. Station postings, briefly : SKEDS
58. Opposite of 1-Across : ETERNALLY
1. Where Sydney is: Abbr. : NSW
2. Opposite of hiver : ETE
3. Console abbr. : VOL
4. Old cloth measure : ELL
5. It's newly available, but not new : REISSUE
6. Knocker : MALLET
7. Big-eyed baby : OWLET
8. "Streamers" playwright : RABE
9. Seeing things : EYEPIECES
10. What a gate may be attached to? : SCANDAL
11. Literally, "dwarf dog" : CORGI
12. Simple life? : AMEBA
13. San Juan native, slangily : RICAN
14. Annoying things to hit : SNAGS
20. Work site : INBOX
21. It includes a third and a fifth : TRIAD
22. Rockabilly queen Jackson : WANDA
23. Certain Greenlander : INUIT
24. Bellini's title priestess : NORMA
27. Commanded anew : RELED
29. "The Dick Van Dyke Show" actress : ROSEMARIE
30. Soak up : LEARN
31. Matriarch of an 80's prime-time soap : ELLIE
32. Subpoenas, say : CITES
33. Reds' old foes : TSARS
35. Collect, as funds : RAISE
38. Some Chevys : BLAZERS
39. A few hours after dawn, in verse : MIDMORN
41. Water, vis-à-vis wood : WARPER
42. Some N.C.O.'s : SSGTS
43. Actress Aimée : ANOUK
44. ABC's Arledge : ROONE
45. Requiring cracking, perhaps : CODED
46. Wallop : BASTE
48. Time to give up? : LENT
51. Warriors' grp. : NBA
52. "An all 'round good fellow," in song : SAL
53. In the U.S.M.C., e.g. : ENL
54. Shade of blue : SKY

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