New York Times, Wednesday, November 3, 2004

Author: Ed Early
Editor: Will Shortz
Ed Early
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JMQXYZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 38 for Mr. Early. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Infant's woe : COLIC
6. Lux. neighbor : BELG
10. Hindu sacred text : VEDA
14. Gene Tierney title role, 1944 : LAURA
15. Key next to * : OPER
16. King who abdicated in 1964 : SAUD
17. Perfumery supply : ATTAR
18. Nits, eventually : LICE
19. Big name in lithography : IVES
20. With 25-, 44- and 50-Across, Murphy's traffic law : WHENONECHANGES
23. Alliance of 1958-61: Abbr. : UAR
24. Our base system : TEN
25. See 20-Across : LANESTOGOFASTER
34. Type size : ELITE
35. Touch : ABUT
36. Pennsylvania, e.g.: Abbr. : AVE
37. Salt's direction : ALEE
38. A Carpenter : KAREN
40. Contractor's detail, for short : SPEC
41. Lobbying org. : PAC
42. Vestments, e.g. : GARB
43. Dick's first second : SPIRO
44. See 20-Across : THELANEONEWASIN
48. Brain scan, for short : EEG
49. Vane dir. : ESE
50. See 20-Across : WILLACCELERATE
58. 34-Across alternative : PICA
59. Bookie's worry : RAID
60. Put forward : POSIT
61. Abreast of : UPON
62. Kind of hygiene : ORAL
63. Stage direction : ENTER
64. Look after : TEND
65. Wind that can be piercing : OBOE
66. Not just see : RAISE
1. Nail puller : CLAW
2. Something to bleep, maybe : OATH
3. Cousin of a mandolin : LUTE
4. It's south of Georgia : IRAN
5. Paint the town red : CAROUSE
6. Ravel classic : BOLERO
7. Cast-of-thousands : EPIC
8. Polish hero Walesa : LECH
9. An absolute blast : GREATFUN
10. Churchill gestures : VSIGNS
11. Gutter locale : EAVE
12. Annual bill : DUES
13. Web pop-ups, e.g. : ADS
21. Holman who was known as Mr. Basketball : NAT
22. Straight up : NEAT
25. Sprang : LEAPT
26. Moor's deity : ALLAH
27. Reunion attendee : NIECE
28. Time for les vacances : ETE
29. "Camille" star, 1937 : GARBO
30. U.K. award : OBE
31. Old wall covering : TAPIS
32. "If ___ Would Leave You" : EVERI
33. Scout's mission : RECON
38. Pocket Books logo : KANGAROO
39. "Odds ___ ..." : ARE
40. Where to get soaked? : SPA
42. Celt, e.g. : GAEL
43. Municipal vehicle : SWEEPER
45. University founder ___ Stanford : LELAND
46. Gauge part : NEEDLE
47. Immigrant's subj. : ESL
50. Use a napkin : WIPE
51. Desktop feature : ICON
52. Atkins no-no : CARB
53. "Ta-ta!" : CIAO
54. Novelist Jaffe : RONA
55. Italian wine region : ASTI
56. Score markings : TIES
57. Raison d'__ : ETRE
58. Wall Street order : PUT

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