New York Times, Wednesday, October 20, 2004

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 127 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Itch site : SCALP
6. Athos, Porthos and Aramis : AMIS
10. With 69-Across, caped crusader player of 1966 : ADAM
14. Spinners' output : TALES
15. Like water under the bridge : PAST
16. Palm starch : SAGO
17. Koran focus : ALLAH
18. Sight from a fjord : OSLO
19. ___ Hubbard : LRON
20. Caped crusader player of 1989 : MICHAELKEATON
23. Fed. watchdog : EPA
24. Fabric rib : WALE
25. Excellent : SUPERB
28. Bitter end? : NESS
30. Fizz producer : SODA
32. Spanish carnival : FERIA
33. Butler of fiction : RHETT
35. Order : FIAT
37. Elbow-bender : SOT
38. Caped crusader player of 1995 : VALKILMER
41. Space station name : MIR
44. Kite part : TAIL
45. Nancy of "Access Hollywood" : ODELL
48. Show flexibility : ADAPT
50. Part of A.C.L.U.: Abbr. : AMER
52. Catty call : MEOW
54. 1:51, 2:51 or 3:51, e.g. : NINEOF
56. Put-on : HOAX
58. Bruin who wore a 4 : ORR
59. Caped crusader player of 1997 : GEORGECLOONEY
62. Rude response : JEER
64. Old times : YORE
65. Of service : UTILE
66. Razor name : ATRA
67. School for Prince William : ETON
68. Pitches : TONES
69. See 10-Across : WEST
70. Sunset shade : ROSE
71. "Now you ___, now ..." : SEEIT
1. Flower part : STAMEN
2. Item with adjustable legs : CALIPER
3. Not involving check or credit : ALLCASH
4. Wife of Jacob : LEAH
5. "Ridiculous!" : PSHAW
6. God who killed the dragon Python at Delphi : APOLLO
7. 27- and 41-Down, and others : MASKEDFILMHEROS
8. Molokai, for one : ISLE
9. Greek porticos : STOAS
10. Slanting : ASLOPE
11. Hole fixers : DARNERS
12. Give it ___ : AGO
13. Fall football night: Abbr. : MON
21. It's between Long Bch. and Pasadena : EASTLA
22. Sporting plumage : TUFTED
26. "Flying Down to ___" : RIO
27. With 41-Down, this puzzle's theme : BAT
29. A few: Abbr. : SEV
31. Feel low : AIL
34. Needle work? : TATTOO
36. Not worried about right and wrong : AMORAL
39. Sportage maker : KIA
40. "Shiny Happy People" band, 1991 : REM
41. See 27-Down : MAN
42. Despot Amin : IDI
43. Park sightings : RANGERS
46. Strong and proud : LEONINE
47. Rhine temptress : LORELEI
49. Intently view : PEERAT
51. Epoch of the Tertiary period : EOCENE
53. Most bitterly amusing : WRYEST
55. Doughnut shop fixture : FRYER
57. Deletions : XOUTS
60. Head for : GOTO
61. Native Nebraskan : OTOE
62. Talking point? : JAW
63. Three months abroad : ETE

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