New York Times, Monday, March 1, 2004

Author: Gail Grabowski
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 4 for Ms. Grabowski. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Continental currency : EURO
5. Give off : EMIT
9. Assumed name : ALIAS
14. Jazz's Kenton : STAN
15. Go (over) carefully : PORE
16. Officer's shield : BADGE
17. Easy wins : CAKEWALKS
19. With 62-Across, a possible title for this puzzle : SWEET
20. Long sandwich : HERO
21. Regarding : ASTO
23. Word after ready or petty : CASH
24. Web addresses, for short : URLS
26. List-ending abbr. : ETAL
28. Young hospital helpers : CANDYSTRIPERS
33. Capone and Capp : ALS
34. Always, poetically : EER
35. Predicament : STRAIT
37. Where a car may end up after an accident : DITCH
40. Have dinner : SUP
42. Talent : SKILL
43. Says "cheese" : SMILES
45. Part of a baseball uniform : CAP
47. Tic-___-toe : TAC
48. Credits for doing nice things : BROWNIEPOINTS
52. The writing ___ the wall : ISON
53. Choir voice : ALTO
54. Play parts : ACTS
57. Fishhook feature : BARB
59. Corporate money managers: Abbr. : CFOS
62. See 19-Across : TOOTH
64. Some USA Today graphics : PIECHARTS
67. The "V" of VCR : VIDEO
68. "Good grief!" : EGAD
69. "Uh-huh" : ISEE
70. Snoozer's sound : SNORE
71. Old salts : TARS
72. Italia's capital : ROMA
1. PC key : ESC
2. The Beehive State : UTAH
3. Yard tool : RAKE
4. Small winning margin, in baseball : ONERUN
5. Ecol. watchdog : EPA
6. Baked beans ingredient : MOLASSES
7. Bothers : IRKS
8. Teacher, at times : TESTER
9. Middle muscles, for short : ABS
10. Legal assistant : LAWCLERK
11. Brainstorm : IDEA
12. Mellows, as wine : AGES
13. Adam's third : SETH
18. Basic dictionary entry : WORD
22. Soul singer Redding : OTIS
25. Caustic substance : LYE
27. Rental units: Abbr. : APTS
28. Get to the top of : CLIMB
29. Up and about : ASTIR
30. It may be called on the battlefield : TRUCE
31. Singer Bonnie : RAITT
32. "___ Marner" : SILAS
33. Computer pop-ups : ADS
36. R.N.'s forte : TLC
38. Religious site : CLOISTER
39. Chops : HEWS
41. Goldilocks sat in his chair : PAPABEAR
44. Snooty person : SNOB
46. Campaigner, in brief : POL
49. All worked up : INAPET
50. Hankering : ITCH
51. "That's cheating!" : NOFAIR
54. Ones heading for the hills?: Abbr. : ATVS
55. Nickel or dime : COIN
56. Commotion : TODO
58. Latvia's capital : RIGA
60. Approximately : ORSO
61. Flower stalk : STEM
63. Tiller's tool : HOE
65. S. & L. offerings : CDS
66. Baltic or Bering : SEA

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