New York Times, Tuesday, October 12, 2004

Author: Nancy Kavanaugh
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Kavanaugh
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 19 for Ms. Kavanaugh. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Asian nannies : AMAHS
6. Ending with land or sea : SCAPE
11. Legal org. : ABA
14. Josh ___, who directed and co-produced "South Pacific" : LOGAN
15. Inventor Howe : ELIAS
16. Right this minute : NOW
17. Skylit areas : ATRIA
18. Pipsqueaks : RUNTS
19. Genetic material : DNA
20. Items on some necklaces : SHARKTEETH
22. Actor Estrada : ERIK
23. Colorful tropical fish : NEON
24. Lacking vigor : EFFETE
26. Swing on an axis : SLUE
29. Minor railroad stop : WAYSTATION
32. The first or fifth letter of George : SOFTG
34. DeMille films : EPICS
35. Overly : TOO
36. Simulate, as an old battle : REENACT
39. "Where ___?" : AMI
42. Goethe classic : FAUST
43. Early evening hour : SEVEN
45. 1998 Sandra Bullock film : HOPEFLOATS
50. Bronx Bomber : YANK
51. Comfortable with : USEDTO
52. Life of Riley : EASE
54. Parts of bridles : BITS
55. Words that can precede the starts of 20-, 29- and 45-Across : GREATWHITE
61. Grand ___ (wine words) : CRU
62. Mob scenes : RIOTS
63. Column style : IONIC
64. Feel sick : AIL
65. Gas in a layer : OZONE
66. Flash of light : GLINT
67. Free TV spot: Abbr. : PSA
68. Obsolete VCR's : BETAS
69. Brief brawl : SETTO
1. [sigh] : ALAS
2. Closet invader : MOTH
3. Taj Mahal site : AGRA
4. Cafeteria headwear : HAIRNET
5. Adder, e.g. : SNAKE
6. Williams of tennis : SERENA
7. Hint : CLUE
8. "___ it the truth!" : AINT
9. Pitiful : PATHETIC
10. Tricky curve : ESS
11. Dissident Sakharov : ANDREI
12. Mackerellike fish : BONITO
13. Rise and shine : AWAKEN
21. Wrecker's job : TOW
22. Young newts : EFTS
25. What Sgt. Friday sought : FACTS
26. It's not breaking the sound barrier anymore : SST
27. London facility : LOO
28. ET's ride : UFO
30. Busybody : YENTA
31. Place for sweaters? : SPA
33. Transplant, of a sort : GRAFT
37. Praise posthumously : EULOGIZE
38. "___ Beso" (1962 hit) : ESO
39. Gardner of Hollywood : AVA
40. Stag attendees : MEN
41. Sign, as a deal : INK
42. A.T.F. agents, e.g. : FEDS
44. Mask opening : EYEHOLE
45. Lug nuts' cover : HUBCAP
46. Husband of Isis : OSIRIS
47. "Downtown" singer Clark : PETULA
48. Acts the coquette : TEASES
49. Used a bench : SAT
53. Drinks from a flask : SWIGS
56. Radish or carrot : ROOT
57. European erupter : ETNA
58. "What's ___ for me?" : INIT
59. Salon job : TINT
60. Prefix with plasm : ECTO
62. Stick up : ROB

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