New York Times, Monday, November 29, 2004

Author: Kendall Twigg and Nancy Salomon
Editor: Will Shortz
Kendall Twigg
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Nancy Salomon
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1.581521

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQVWXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Twigg. This is puzzle # 133 for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Spats : TIFFS
6. Poker variety : STUD
10. Theda ___ of the silents : BARA
14. 18-and-over : ADULT
15. Sit for a shot : POSE
16. Catchall abbr. : ETAL
17. Auto racer Andretti : MARIO
18. Humorist Bombeck : ERMA
19. K-12, in education : ELHI
20. "If looks could kill" look : GLACIALSTARE
23. Dog sled driver : MUSHER
26. Former telecommunications giant: Abbr. : ITT
27. ___ Luis Obispo : SAN
28. Bickering : ATIT
29. Racetrack fence : RAIL
32. Courtroom pledge : OATH
34. Coarse file : RASP
35. Helping hand : AID
36. Big inits. in trucks : GMC
37. Welcome that's not so welcoming : CHILLYRECEPTION
43. Vienna's land: Abbr. : AUS
44. Fitting : APT
45. Meditation method : YOGA
46. Hoodwinks : CONS
48. Close angrily : SLAM
49. The "O" in S.R.O. : ONLY
50. George W., to George : SON
51. Shirt or sweater : TOP
53. Tickles the fancy : AMUSES
55. Snub : COLDSHOULDER
59. Merle Haggard's "___ From Muskogee" : OKIE
60. Ponder : MUSE
61. Not live : TAPED
65. Just dandy : FINE
66. Away from land : ASEA
67. Light on one's feet : AGILE
68. Serve supper to : FEED
69. Geeky sort : NERD
70. Open the door to : LETIN
1. Tartan cap : TAM
2. Boise's state: Abbr. : IDA
3. Mink, for one : FUR
4. Pilot's pre-takeoff filing : FLIGHTPLAN
5. Mink, for one : STOLE
6. On ___ (without a contract) : SPEC
7. Pop singer Amos : TORI
8. Label on a street-corner box : USMAIL
9. Handed out cards : DEALT
10. Symbol of redness : BEET
11. "Finally!" : ATLAST
12. Gung-ho : RAHRAH
13. Non-earthling : ALIEN
21. Lines up : ARRAYS
22. Jazz dance : STOMP
23. Artist Chagall : MARC
24. Great Salt Lake state : UTAH
25. Mexican's assent : SISI
30. Ventilate : AIR
31. Standard of perfection : IDEAL
33. "Stop behaving like a child!" : ACTYOURAGE
36. Start to fume : GETMAD
38. Hungers (for) : LUSTS
39. Number cruncher, for short : CPA
40. Charged particles : IONS
41. Gawk at, as on the beach : OGLE
42. Thumbs-down votes : NAYS
46. Gingersnap, e.g. : COOKIE
47. Connected to the Internet : ONLINE
48. Marital partner : SPOUSE
50. Speak derisively : SCOFF
52. "What now?!" : OHMAN
54. Rock music genre : METAL
56. Monopoly card : DEED
57. Exploitative type : USER
58. Show the way : LEAD
62. Peach center : PIT
63. Samuel's mentor : ELI
64. Comfy room : DEN

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