New York Times, Thursday, February 3, 2005

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34 Missing: {Q} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 131 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Semiprecious stone : JADE
5. Railroad fixtures : TIES
9. Searches (through) : SIFTS
14. Declare : AVOW
15. Progress slowly : INCH
16. Siouan language : OMAHA
17. Characteristic carrier : GENE
18. Plantation of literature : TARA
19. The opposition : ANTIS
20. Some legal tender : TREASURYNOTES
23. One going back and forth : SAW
25. Route abbr. : NNE
26. Short walker? : PED
27. Time of anticipation : EVE
28. Extreme action : DRASTICMEASURES
32. "Peer Gynt" dancer : ANITRA
33. Company that had a 64-page "Code of Ethics" : ENRON
34. 13-stringed Japanese zither : KOTO
35. Urban transportation : ELS
36. "Get the lead out!" : CMON
40. Home of the Atlantic 10's Black Bears : ORONO
43. Alfred ___ of 2004's "Fiddler on the Roof" : MOLINA
45. Court conclusion : THEDEFENSERESTS
49. Bedevil : VEX
50. Stuff in a pit : TAR
51. Middle of the 11th century : MLI
52. Cry at a light show : OOH
53. Goal of most games (and a hint to this puzzle's theme) : SCORINGPOINTS
57. Renaissance ruler : TUDOR
58. Bugs : IRKS
59. Primo : AONE
62. Bad treatment : ABUSE
63. Fuzzy Wuzzy features : ZEES
64. Country cousin : RUBE
65. Leveled, in London : RASED
66. College endower Cornell : EZRA
67. ___ glass : OPAL
1. Sporty car, briefly : JAG
2. Park in N.Y.C., say : AVE
3. "Act now!" : DONTWAIT
4. Subject of some still lifes : EWER
5. "A Midsummer Night's Dream" queen : TITANIA
6. Not exactly now : INASEC
7. Like raw silk : ECRU
8. Whets : SHARPENS
9. One who shall remain nameless : SOANDSO
10. "___ Angel" (1933 comedy) : IMNO
11. More round : FATTER
12. Lift, so to speak : THIEVE
13. Answers with an attitude : SASSES
21. ___'acte : ENTR
22. Oenophile's concern : YEAR
23. Mt. Rushmore's place: Abbr. : SDAK
24. Ligurian Sea feeder : ARNO
29. Endured : STOOD
30. Breakfast or dessert dish : MELON
31. Family man : UNCLE
35. Perk up : ENERGIZE
37. Sushi bar order : MISOSOUP
38. Not duped by : ONTO
39. "The Turtle" poet : NASH
41. No longer in service : RETIRED
42. In the wink ___ eye : OFAN
43. Girl's name from Greek for "a bee" : MELISSA
44. "Mourning Becomes Electra" role : ORIN
45. Johnny Carson, notably : TVSTAR
46. "Iliad" wife : HECUBA
47. Major departure : EXODUS
48. One working on a puff piece? : SMOKER
54. Pink potable : ROSE
55. Firm honcho : PREZ
56. South Seas starch source : TARO
60. Warriors' grp. : NBA
61. Sushi bar order : EEL

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