New York Times, Saturday, February 21, 2004

Author: Brendan Quigley and Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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1668/7/19967/30/201511
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324131817432613
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1.635111
Patrick Berry
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2017/11/19998/5/20152
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661141663482
ScrabbleRebusCirclePangram
1.54770

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 64, Blocks: 31 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 75 for Mr. Quigley. This is puzzle # 59 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Assembly area : AGORA
6. Clinton's secretary of health and human services : SHALALA
13. Study : BONEUP
15. Developmental site : PHOTOLAB
16. Start of a carol : ADESTE
17. Water : IRRIGATE
18. Saint usually depicted carrying the infant Jesus : SIMEON
19. TV control : TINT
20. French resort Villefranche-sur-___ : MER
21. Big name in women's wear : EVANPICONE
23. Smooth : SAND
24. Like some missiles : ANTITANK
25. Betting game : MONTE
26. Longevity : LEGS
27. Gang : CIRCLE
28. "Nice!" : GOODONE
32. Prima ballerina who married an ambassador : FONTEYN
33. Noted TV war correspondent : ARNETT
34. "Hi-___, Hi-Lo" (1953 hit) : LILI
35. Some bays : MARES
36. Persevere and succeed : FINDAWAY
40. Verb with vous : ETES
41. Having columns set into a wall : PILASTERED
43. Hang loosely : LOP
44. Charles Anderson ___, owner and editor of the New York Sun, 1868-97 : DANA
45. Sexually attractive : NUBILE
46. Like sage or allspice : AROMATIC
48. Interstice : AREOLA
49. 1920's communication fad : WIRELESS
50. Figure : PERSON
51. Drunken : SOTTISH
52. Bamboozles and how : SNOWS
1. Lower : ABASE
2. Lady of Coventry : GODIVA
3. Kind of band : ONEMAN
4. Forwarded : RESENT
5. Ones who'd never think of flying? : AUTOPILOTS
6. Head doctor : SHRINK
7. Star of the 1957 Broadway musical "Jamaica" : HORNE
8. Going ___ : ATIT
9. Account : LOG
10. ___ Creek, N.C., site of a 1771 colonial battle : ALAMANCE
11. In a dormant form : LATENTLY
12. North Sea oil industry center : ABERDEEN
14. Hair shirt wearer : PENITENT
15. Climbers' spikes : PITONS
22. Zoo keeper? : CAGE
23. Work with mail : SORT
25. Dollhouse collector's collection : MINIATURES
27. Fall phenomenon : COLDSNAP
28. They name the seasons : GAMELAWS
29. Handel work : ORATORIO
30. Awaiting punishment, say : ONREPORT
31. Scrabble 2-pointers : DEES
32. Purveyor of luxury tableware Michael C. ___ : FINA
34. Flowers in a Whitman verse : LILACS
36. Surface coating : FINISH
37. Noted Viennese composer : WEBERN
38. Melodic : ARIOSO
39. Gutless : YELLOW
41. Crowns : PATES
42. ___ list : DEANS
44. "Anthropomorphic Bread" painter, 1932 : DALI
47. Satisfied : MET

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