New York Times, Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Author: Lee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
Editor: Will Shortz
Lee Glickstein
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2611/24/20024/1/201022
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60685001
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1.60100
Nancy Salomon
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1868/13/199511/7/2012116
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1.581521

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQVXZ} This is puzzle # 16 for Mr. Glickstein. This is puzzle # 158 for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Moon of Uranus : ARIEL
6. Daisy Mae's drawer : CAPP
10. "Take a Chance on Me" singers : ABBA
14. "Here, I'll do that" : LETME
15. City NE of Haifa : ACRE
16. Set foot (on) : TROD
17. Third place wagers? : BETSOFSHOW
19. Internet scourge : WORM
20. Plane's domain : SKY
21. Langston Hughes poem : ITOO
22. ___ Dam on the Tennessee River : BOONE
23. Rounds for overworked cops? : BEATSOFBURDEN
27. "I was home asleep at the time of the murder" and others : ALIBIS
29. Take a chance : RISK
30. Pear-shaped lute : SITAR
31. Passionate : FIERY
33. Penn. place : STA
36. Pretentious : ARTY
37. Battery type : NICAD
38. "Comme ci, comme ça" : OKAY
39. Fork over : PAY
40. Gave a fig : CARED
41. Trixie's best friend in 1950's TV : ALICE
42. "Who needs ___?" : THIS
43. Operatives : AGENTS
44. Lunar anti-prohibitionists? : WETSOFTHEMOON
49. Evocative three-line verse : HAIKU
50. Be nomadic : ROAM
51. Singer Sumac : YMA
54. "___ that special?!" : ISNT
55. Sustenance for Adam and Eve? : EATSOFEDEN
58. Alternatives to pumpernickels : RYES
59. Suit to ___ : ATEE
60. Fall into rows : ALIGN
61. Can. province : SASK
62. Emmy- and Tony-winning Carter : NELL
63. Thicket of trees : COPSE
1. Priestly garb : ALBS
2. Stink up the joint : REEK
3. Wee : ITTYBITTY
4. 911 responder, for short : EMS
5. Assertive type : LEO
6. Puts in play? : CASTS
7. Cause for many a blessing : ACHOO
8. Work on a galley : PROOFREAD
9. Place to pray : PEW
10. On the job : ATWORK
11. Nestful : BROOD
12. Endured : BORNE
13. Some pitchers : ADMEN
18. Looks good on : FITS
22. Like a madras pattern : BUSY
24. Online bazaar : EBAY
25. Jingle : AIR
26. Cardinal, for one : BIRD
27. Hurry-up order : ASAP
28. Old Italian coin : LIRA
31. Well-done : FIRSTRATE
32. Boardwalk treat : ICE
33. Swim naturally? : SKINNYDIP
34. Diplomacy : TACT
35. Roll call calls : AYES
37. Babe in the woods : NAIF
38. Yellow stick : OLEO
40. Old Chinese dynasty : CHOU
41. Before now : AGO
42. Finger wagger's comment : TSKTSK
43. It's loaded : AMMO
44. Helicopter sounds : WHIRS
45. Soft course : EASYA
46. Spearing points : TINES
47. Suite spot : HOTEL
48. Canvas support : EASEL
52. Computer capacity units, briefly : MEGS
53. Diarist Frank : ANNE
55. Suffix with Caesar : EAN
56. Univ. body : FAC
57. "Evil Woman" grp. : ELO

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