New York Times, Thursday, November 4, 2004

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 128 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Hawthorne's birthplace : SALEM
6. Herbert who won a Pulitzer for "The People's Choice" : AGAR
10. It's a matter of opinion : OPED
14. City west of Daytona Beach : OCALA
15. Crème ___ crème : DELA
16. Exotic vacation spot : BALI
17. Fume : BEMAD
18. Canal exploration devices : OTOSCOPES
20. This once was sufficient : ENOW
22. Community program : OUTREACH
23. Park ___ (N.Y.C. locale) : AVE
25. Lunchtime : NOONDAY
27. Name fit for a king? : REX
28. Connecting point : NODE
29. Apparition : SPIRIT
34. Shock jock's overseer, for short : FCC
35. Does simple math : ADDS
36. Straight dope : TRUTH
37. "... men in ___" : ATUB
39. Huey, Dewey, Louie, Donald and Daisy : DUCKDUCKDUCKDUCKDUCK
42. Magical opening : ABRA
43. Dr. ___ ("A Beautiful Mind" role) : ROSEN
45. "Of course, Jorge!" : SISI
47. Trash collector : BIN
48. Unencumbered by : FREEOF
50. Get ___ (share the rewards of) : INON
51. Blood-curdling scream : EEK
52. Raise : BRINGUP
54. Transp. network : RDS
55. "What a Girl Wants" singer, 1999 : AGUILERA
59. Motorcade V.I.P.: Abbr. : PRES
61. Trade association? : BARTERERS
63. Key material : IVORY
66. "Born Free" lioness : ELSA
67. Slaughter the slugger : ENOS
68. Portia's role on "Ally McBeal" : NELLE
69. Negotiation's end : DEAL
70. Tailor-made : SEWN
71. Lock : TRESS
1. Blubber : SOB
2. Prince of a guy : ACE
3. "The dog ate my homework," e.g. : LAMEEXCUSE
4. Vivacity : ELAN
5. Raphael subject : MADONNA
6. Fuss and bother : ADO
7. Do some planning before taking action : GETONESDUCKSINAROW
8. For all to hear : ALOUD
9. Followers of Bob Marley's music : RASTAS
10. Wind up on stage? : OBOE
11. Sobriquet for Haydn : PAPA
12. What a conductor conducts: Abbr. : ELEC
13. Gossip : DISH
19. Underground chamber : CRYPT
21. Long-crested bird : WOODDUCK
23. Bow-wow : ARFARF
24. Missile's course : VECTOR
26. Weirdo : ODDDUCK
30. A Gershwin : IRA
31. Part of an all-weather shoe : RUBBERSOLE
32. Self-consoling words : ITRIED
33. "That's just what I needed!" : THANKS
38. Quilters' do : BEE
40. Avoiding spitballs, say : DUCKING
41. Classic Marx Brothers flick : DUCKSOUP
44. Viscount, e.g. : NOBLE
46. Available from the publisher : INPRINT
49. Burgundy brothers : FRERES
53. One of the Horae : IRENE
55. Tucked in : ABED
56. Fast-moving wind : GALE
57. ___ Minor : URSA
58. Type type: Abbr. : ITAL
60. Present opener? : EVER
62. Form 1040 ID : SSN
64. Literary inits. : RLS
65. "You rang?" : YES

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