New York Times, Tuesday, November 9, 2004

Author: Robert Dillman
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert Dillman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 42 Missing: none – this is a pangram Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 20 for Mr. Dillman. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Cyber-junk mail : SPAM
5. Nose-in-the-air type : SNOB
9. "And thereby hangs ___" : ATALE
14. To boot : ALSO
15. Suffix with soft or china : WARE
16. Movado competitor : ROLEX
17. Jib or spanker : SAIL
18. Eyebrow shape : ARCH
19. Let up : ABATE
20. Invoice surprises : HIDDENCHARGES
23. Carol starter : ADESTE
24. Aussie jumper : ROO
25. Beanball target : HEAD
28. One with answers : KNOWER
33. Guitarist Eddy : DUANE
37. Antlers point : TINE
39. Comic Rudner : RITA
40. James Bond, e.g. : UNDERCOVERAGENT
43. "___ Kampf" : MEIN
44. Mimicker : APER
45. Avian mimickers : MYNAS
46. To the rear : ASTERN
48. Slangy prefix meaning "mechanical" : ROBO
50. Abbr. after an attorney's name : ESQ
52. Buries : INTERS
57. Hunter concealer : CAMOUFLAGENET
61. "Ulysses" author : JOYCE
63. Pupil controller : IRIS
64. Captain of the Nautilus : NEMO
65. "___ Day's Night" (Beatles film) : AHARD
66. Demolish : RAZE
67. Small combo : TRIO
68. Miser's fixation : MONEY
69. Airport postings, for short : ETAS
70. "The ___ Baltimore" (Lanford Wilson play) : HOTL
1. Skater Cohen : SASHA
2. Tartan pattern : PLAID
3. Stage digression : ASIDE
4. Chocolatiers' equipment : MOLDS
5. "Old Folks at Home" river : SWANEE
6. Drug buster : NARC
7. Philharmonic grp. : ORCH
8. Joy on "The View" : BEHAR
9. Catherine of ___ : ARAGON
10. "Hamlet" soliloquy starter : TOBE
11. "Sad to say ..." : ALAS
12. Court do-over : LET
13. Program file extension : EXE
21. It'll knock you out : ETHER
22. Al of "Today" : ROKER
26. At the peak of : ATOP
27. Navy Seal, e.g. : DIVER
29. Bacchanalian blast : ORGY
30. Austria's capital, to Austrians : WIEN
31. Sicilian spouter : ETNA
32. "Phooey!" : RATS
33. Russian legislature : DUMA
34. French singles : UNES
35. Mine opening : ADIT
36. Hawaii's state bird : NENE
38. Emperor who presided over a great fire : NERO
41. Reply to a childish taunt : CANSO
42. In the company of : AMONG
47. Pain reliever, e.g. : REMEDY
49. Skewed views : BIASES
51. Paper purchase : QUIRE
53. Tither's amount : TENTH
54. Month after diciembre : ENERO
55. Send as payment : REMIT
56. Barfly's seat : STOOL
57. Printer's color : CYAN
58. Plot measure : ACRE
59. Beer bust locale : FRAT
60. Four-time-wed Minnelli : LIZA
61. Wing it, musically : JAM
62. Cry of revelation : OHO

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