New York Times, Wednesday, November 17, 2004

Author: Richard Silvestri
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Silvestri
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {GQXZ} This is puzzle # 126 for Mr. Silvestri. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Genie's offering : WISH
5. Rascal : SCAMP
10. Final Four letters : NCAA
14. Tops : AONE
15. Video companion : AUDIO
16. Cry of surprise : OHMY
17. Fast-moving construction machine? : SWIFTCRANE
19. Film editor's technique : WIPE
20. Sideshow spiel : PATTER
21. Set of moral principles : ETHIC
23. Sniggled : EELED
26. Out of kilter : ASKEW
29. Watergate, e.g. : SCANDAL
32. John of "Fawlty Towers" : CLEESE
33. Insolent : SAUCY
34. Hard-to-move painting : MURAL
36. Hush-hush org. : NSA
37. Agreeable : NICE
38. Hemmed in : BESET
39. Open a bit : AJAR
40. Family : ILK
41. Homer hero of '61 : MARIS
42. Isn't just a benchwarmer : PLAYS
43. Ending with web and sure : FOOTED
45. Returns from Venus, say : VOLLEYS
47. Displeased look : FROWN
48. TV, radio, magazines, etc. : MEDIA
49. Comedian Anderson : LOUIE
51. Isn't fully upright : STOOPS
56. Mouthful of tobacco : CHAW
58. Eat pizza? : SWALLOWPIE
61. Dance in a circle : HORA
62. Home of the brave : TEPEE
63. Historic ship : NINA
64. Jet black : INKY
65. "Awake and Sing!" playwright : ODETS
66. Show on the face of it : SEEM
1. Yellow jacket : WASP
2. Davenport site : IOWA
3. Fit of pique : SNIT
4. Weight : HEFT
5. Like some cows : SACRED
6. Mongrel : CUR
7. Nabokov novel : ADA
8. Sought salt : MINED
9. Lay man? : POET
10. Not at all : NOWISE
11. Cowardly Leno? : CHICKENJAY
12. Roadie's tote : AMP
13. "Certainly, captain!" : AYE
18. Minuscule : TEENY
22. Campus building : HALL
24. Worse, as excuses go : LAMER
25. Hard to grasp : ELUSIVE
27. Joseph Addison output : ESSAYS
28. Becomes frayed : WEARS
29. 13-Down speaker : SAILOR
30. Crazy antic? : CUCKOOLARK
31. Trick taker, often : ACE
32. One eyeing a canary, maybe : CAT
33. Express disdain : SNIFF
35. Do some landscaping : RESOD
38. Rotten : BAD
39. Barley product : ALE
41. PC listing : MENU
42. Aristotle's teacher : PLATO
44. Like most streets : TWOWAY
46. Cotton threads : LISLES
48. Sounded kittenish : MEWED
50. Ratio phrase : ISTO
52. Has complete domination over : OWNS
53. Ron Howard role : OPIE
54. Tar source : PINE
55. Coal site : SEAM
56. Phi follower : CHI
57. Sweets : HON
59. Make like : APE
60. Rent out : LET

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