New York Times, Thursday, November 25, 2004

Author: Nancy Salomon and Earl W. Reed
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Salomon
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1868/13/199511/7/2012116
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1.581521
Earl W. Reed
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311/25/20043/20/20062
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0200100
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1.64000

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {BJQ} This is puzzle # 132 for Ms. Salomon. This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Reed. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
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1. Clarifying phrase : IDEST
6. Arabian sultanate : OMAN
10. Fire : ZEAL
14. Hershey company purchase : CACAO
15. Choice : RARE
16. Where Typhon, a 100-headed monster, was buried, in Greek myth : ETNA
17. Global warming treaty city : KYOTO
18. Turkey, to a cartographer : ASIANLAND
20. TV's "The George & ___ Show" : ALANA
22. Stirred up : ROILED
23. With 49-Across, turkey, to a feaster : THANKSGIVING
27. "You betcha" : YEP
28. "South Park" sibling : IKE
29. ___-Caps (candy brand) : SNO
30. It's over in Oct. : DST
33. Crime scene clues : PRINTS
35. Dumps : PIGSTIES
37. ___ awful way : INAN
38. Turkey, to a bowler : XXX
39. Popular eclectic magazine : UTNE
40. Colts, e.g. : FIREARMS
43. Besides : ATTHAT
45. "Whoopee!" : YAY
46. Lyon of "Lolita," 1962 : SUE
47. Number of talking animals in the Bible : TWO
48. Sci-fi subjects, for short : ETS
49. See 23-Across : DINNERENTREE
52. Gild the lily : OVERDO
55. Addition to a bill : RIDER
56. Turkey, to a critic : MOVIEFLOP
58. New York's Mount ___ hospital : SINAI
62. On the quiet side? : ALEE
63. Generic pooch : FIDO
64. Tip : UPEND
65. Split up : REND
66. Zipped : SPED
67. Fossil fuel blocks : PEATS
1. Response to goo : ICK
2. Word repeated in "___ in, ___ out" : DAY
3. Prefix with friendly : ECO
4. Role in the film "Bedazzled" : SATAN
5. Hammer holder : TOOLKIT
6. Syracuse athletes, for short : ORANGE
7. Kenyan tribesman : MASAI
8. "Exodus" character : ARI
9. Getting warm, so to speak : NEARING
10. Woody Allen film : ZELIG
11. Series finale : ETAL
12. Writer Rice : ANNE
13. "Shane" star : LADD
19. List from mommy : NONOS
21. Is nosy : ASKS
23. Represent : TYPIFY
24. Lifter's occupational hazard : HERNIA
25. Queen's home : APIARY
26. Midsize auto engine : VSIX
30. Confused state : DITHER
31. Vice president's charge : SENATE
32. African scourge : TSETSE
34. 22.5 degrees : NNE
35. G.I. suppliers : PXS
36. "For shame!" : TUT
38. Comic book mutants : XMEN
41. Private lines : ASIDE
42. Mountain flows : RUNOFFS
43. Thunderstruck : AWED
44. Gets in shape : TONESUP
47. Shooting aid : TRIPOD
49. Like raisins : DRIED
50. Wear : ERODE
51. Drivel : TRIPE
52. Actor Epps : OMAR
53. Meadow rodent : VOLE
54. Square : EVEN
57. Mouth piece : LIP
59. Granting grp. : NEA
60. Certain colonist : ANT
61. They're sometimes checked at checkout : IDS

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