New York Times, Wednesday, December 8, 2004

Author: Norm Guggenbiller
Editor: Will Shortz
Norm Guggenbiller
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JKQVX} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Guggenbiller. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Touches up : EDITS
6. Sound of relief : SIGH
10. High-five, e.g. : SLAP
14. Place to lounge : PATIO
15. Plot part : ACRE
16. Hotel feature : HALL
17. “That’s all ___!” : INEED
18. Four Freedoms subject : FEAR
19. Spot : ESPY
20. Rehearsed for a concert? : COMPAREDNOTES
23. “What ___ now?” : ISIT
24. Hard to comprehend : DEEP
25. Org. : ASSN
28. Poe’s Arthur Gordon ___ : PYM
30. The scarlet letter, e.g. : STIGMA
34. Shooting marble : TAW
35. Like most urban land : ZONED
37. Canadian physician Sir William ___ : OSLER
38. Performed in a concert? : BLEWONESOWNHORN
41. Follow ___ (sleuth) : ALEAD
42. “Soap” family : TATES
43. Uris hero : ARI
44. Arcade game : TETRIS
46. F.I.C.A. funds it : SSA
47. Eye problem : STYE
48. Commercial name suffix : RAMA
50. Jazz group, often : TRIO
52. Listened to a concert? : FACEDTHEMUSIC
57. Bell curve figure : MEAN
59. Pre-euro money : LIRE
60. Therapeutic treatment, maybe : AROMA
61. Jump over : OMIT
62. Sainted fifth-century pope : LEOI
63. Very cold : GELID
64. Put under? : BURY
65. Brewski : SUDS
66. Elysian spots : EDENS
1. Bigger than big : EPIC
2. Linda of soaps : DANO
3. Doohickey : ITEM
4. Men’s accessory : TIEPIN
5. Drink mixes : SODAS
6. Medicaid, for one : SAFETYNET
7. Clinched : ICED
8. K : GRAND
9. Medal winners : HEROES
10. Like some grins : SHEEPISH
11. Maiden : LASS
12. Saint Moritz sight : ALP
13. Work at : PLY
21. Wisconsin college : RIPON
22. Rockies range : TETONS
25. Taking one’s cuts : ATBAT
26. French explorer La ___ : SALLE
27. Like dessert wines : SWEET
29. Flat spots : MESAS
31. Be a bad winner : GLOAT
32. ___-andrew (buffoon) : MERRY
33. Golfer with an army : ARNIE
35. Signs in the sky : ZODIAC
36. Tends to details, figuratively : DOTSTHEIS
39. It may be extended : WARRANTY
40. “Here ___” (arrival words) : WEARE
45. Seems suspicious : SMELLS
47. Went bad : SOURED
49. Parting word : ADIEU
51. Public relations concern : IMAGE
52. “Eh” : FAIR
53. Walked on : TROD
54. Exclusive : SOLE
55. Poker player’s declaration : IMIN
56. Scoundrels : CADS
57. F.B.I. target, with “the” : MOB
58. Grounded Aussie : EMU

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