New York Times, Tuesday, November 25, 2003

Author: Allan E. Parrish
Editor: Will Shortz
Allan E. Parrish
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJQ} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Parrish. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. High berth : UPPER
6. Napkin holders? : LAPS
10. ___ one's time (wait) : BIDE
14. Artillery burst : SALVO
15. Leave out : OMIT
16. Skunk's defense : ODOR
17. See 41-Across : USEABEEPER
19. Move like sludge : OOZE
20. "Now I see!" : AHA
21. Rummy cake : BABA
22. Spots for spats : ANKLES
24. Glaswegian gals : LASSES
26. Slobs' homes : STIES
28. Ticks off : IRES
30. Falling upon deaf ears : UNHEARD
34. "Follow me!" : CMON
37. ___ Bator, Mongolia : ULAN
39. Place to store mukluks : IGLOO
40. Pizazz : ZING
41. 17- and 65-Across, and 10- and 25-Down : PAGES
43. Note on a Post-it, maybe : MEMO
44. Press conference attendee, at times : ASKER
46. Civil wrong : TORT
47. Crammer's worry : EXAM
48. Repeat, as a theme : REPRISE
50. Planted : SOWN
52. Marina walkways : PIERS
54. Cuomo's successor as New York governor : PATAKI
58. "Wheel of Fortune" category : PHRASE
61. Tel ___ : AVIV
63. Coffee, slangily : MUD
64. Tooth part : ROOT
65. See 41-Across : SENATEAIDE
68. Assist in crime : ABET
69. Zoo houseful : APES
70. Mercury and Saturn, e.g. : AUTOS
71. Jellystone Park denizen : YOGI
72. Toad feature : WART
73. Guilt-producing meeting, maybe : TRYST
1. Customary : USUAL
2. Bygone Turkish title : PASHA
3. Calls for donations : PLEAS
4. Actress ___ Marie Saint : EVA
5. Robin Hood, for one : ROBBER
6. Leopold's celebrated murder co-defendant of the 1920's : LOEB
7. Oscars org. : AMPAS
8. Epitome of easiness? : PIE
9. Cause of muscle ache : STRAIN
10. See 41-Across : BOOKSEGMENT
11. Subject of adoration : IDOL
12. Catch a few Z's : DOZE
13. "___ Tu" (1974 hit) : ERES
18. Slacken : EASEUP
23. Classic soft drink : NEHI
25. See 41-Across : SINGERPATTI
27. Stereo components : TUNERS
29. Christian of Hollywood : SLATER
31. TV's Trebek : ALEX
32. Italia's capital : ROMA
33. Dire fate : DOOM
34. Industry big shot : CZAR
35. ___ en scène (stage setting) : MISE
36. Making a mess in the army? : ONKP
38. Many moons ___ : AGO
42. "That's enough!" : STOPIT
45. Social reformer Jacob : RIIS
49. Playground equipment : SEESAW
51. Signal by hand : WAVEAT
53. More rational : SANER
55. Friendship : AMITY
56. Word of praise : KUDOS
57. Words of clarification : IDEST
58. Say the rosary : PRAY
59. King of the road : HOBO
60. "The Witches" director Nicolas : ROEG
62. Seemingly boundless : VAST
66. Air quality tester, for short : EPA
67. Gold: Prefix : AUR

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