New York Times, Tuesday, November 18, 2003

Author: Denise M. Neuendorf
Editor: Will Shortz
Denise M. Neuendorf
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJQVX} This is puzzle # 4 for Ms. Neuendorf. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Cousin of the cobra : MAMBA
6. Metal in galvanization : ZINC
10. Yearn : ACHE
14. On the ball : ALERT
15. Early Peruvian : INCA
16. Perlman of "Cheers" : RHEA
17. Share acting duties? : SPLITAPART
19. Elephant flappers : EARS
20. "___ Always a Woman" (Billy Joel hit) : SHES
21. Within earshot : NEARBY
23. Computer troublemaker : HACKER
26. 1992 Olympic track star ___ Devers : GAIL
28. Fed. property manager : GSA
29. Oklahoma wealth : OIL
30. Indian post : TOTEMPOLE
33. Mexican friend : AMIGO
35. Mayberry man : OTIS
36. O.K. Corral lawman : EARP
39. Delineate again : REMAP
40. Roll of dough : WAD
41. Taj ___ : MAHAL
42. Ball girls : DEBS
43. Huge mouths : MAWS
44. Football site : ARENA
45. Machine : APPARATUS
48. Cutting tool : ADZ
49. Alert to squad cars, briefly : APB
51. Mayberry man : ANDY
52. Football sites : STADIA
54. Small cavern : GROTTO
56. Poetic tributes : ODES
57. Sound of crowd approval : ROAR
58. Golf 18 holes sans golf cart? : WALKAROUND
64. Replacer of the franc : EURO
65. Love god : AMOR
66. Sign on a door : ENTER
67. Water swirl : EDDY
68. "Lovely" Beatles girl : RITA
69. Boy Scouts do good ones : DEEDS
1. Pas' partners : MAS
2. Matterhorn, e.g. : ALP
3. Ott of the Giants : MEL
4. Like fall weather : BRISK
5. Above all others : ATTHETOP
6. Postal aids, for short : ZIPS
7. ___ manner of speaking : INA
8. Big A.T.M. maker : NCR
9. Feline attractants : CATNIPS
10. Region : AREA
11. Assess per person? : CHARGEAHEAD
12. Rosemary and thyme : HERBS
13. No-stress class : EASYA
18. Commercial prefix with star : AERO
22. "Evil Woman" grp. : ELO
23. Squirrel away : HOARD
24. Anouk of film : AIMEE
25. Prepare to surf? : CLIMBABOARD
26. Discover how to do something? : GETAWAY
27. Surrounded by : AMIDST
31. In the direction of : TOWARD
32. Shakespearean king : LEAR
34. Sound of astonishment : GASP
37. "Amazing" magician : RANDI
38. City square : PLAZA
41. Achieved expertise in : MASTERED
43. Early thoroughbred champ : MANOWAR
46. Butter square : PAT
47. Org. that rejects bad eggs : USDA
49. Concur : AGREE
50. Like a new parent : PROUD
53. In unison : ASONE
55. Legendary Greek conquest : TROY
56. Gumbo vegetable : OKRA
59. French friend : AMI
60. Auction unit : LOT
61. Comanche enemy, once : UTE
62. Beatty of "Deliverance" : NED
63. Stethoscope users: Abbr. : DRS

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