New York Times, Thursday, March 18, 2004

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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3633533719611
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1.581521

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QVWXZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Glickstein. This is puzzle # 117 for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Run up : AMASS
6. Building block : ADOBE
11. It's a mess : STY
14. Range orphan : DOGIE
15. Oscar winner Zellweger : RENEE
16. "This ___ shall pass" : TOO
17. Hippo tail? : DROME
18. Zoo for newborns? : NATALPARK
20. Ceremonial drumstick? : LEGOFHONOR
22. Suffix with sermon : ETTE
23. Stretch out : LIE
24. "A Taste for Death" author : PDJAMES
26. Fall behind in a race : LOSETIME
31. Police blotter abbr. : AKA
32. Best friend's dinner, maybe : ALPO
33. Musical selection : NUMBER
36. Racing initials : STP
39. Liquid ___ (refrigerant) : NEON
40. By hook or by crook, e.g. : IDIOM
41. Plains tribe : OTOE
42. Camera ___ (film festival prize) : DOR
43. Pounding tool : PESTLE
44. Folk singer Seeger : PETE
45. Cable giant : TBS
47. Wizard : SORCERER
49. 1950's Firedomes : DESOTOS
53. "Charge" missing from 18-, 20-, 55- and 61-Across, and 11- and 28-Down : ION
54. "Wishing won't make ___" : ITSO
55. Plum permit? : PURPLEPASS
61. Popular pen pitcher? : THEBICMAN
63. Scamp : ROGUE
64. Quirk : TIC
65. Soccer great Maradona : DIEGO
66. Oil holder : CRUET
67. When Can. celebrates Thanksgiving : OCT
68. Sound some strings : STRUM
69. Nations Unies members : ETATS
1. Extra: Abbr. : ADDL
2. Extra : MORE
3. Like a kid at the circus : AGOG
4. Buck : SIMOLEON
5. Deem appropriate : SEEFIT
6. Florence's river : ARNO
7. Unsuccessful candidate in the 2004 primaries : DEAN
8. Ahead of the pack : ONTOP
9. Amish growth : BEARD
10. Sushi stock : EEL
11. Actuary? : STATMASTER
12. Nutty cake : TORTE
13. Couples : YOKES
19. Point on a line graph : PEAK
21. Bottom, slangily : HEINIE
25. Cookie holder : JAR
26. Domain : LAND
27. Blue Bonnet, e.g. : OLEO
28. Athlete worshipers? : SPORTSSECT
29. Some spa mixtures : MUDS
30. Issues : EMITS
34. Single-edged knife : BOLO
35. First name in cooking : EMERIL
37. Lug : TOTE
38. Equal : PEER
41. International trade place : OPENPORT
43. S.F. hours : PST
46. Nitwit : BOOB
48. Make do : COERCE
49. Mark of conformity? : DITTO
50. Work ___ : ETHIC
51. Footnote abbr. : OPCIT
52. So-called "cradle of civilization" : SUMER
56. Sauce brand : RAGU
57. ___-Penh : PNOM
58. The rain in Spain : AGUA
59. Tallow source : SUET
60. Some volleyball hits : SETS
62. Bar-goers' needs : IDS

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