New York Times, Wednesday, March 30, 2005

Author: Richard Silvestri
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Silvestri
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42 Missing: {BQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 128 for Mr. Silvestri. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Cousin of a cockatoo : MACAW
6. Read on the run : SKIM
10. Lip : SASS
14. Sultanate citizen : OMANI
15. Shower square : TILE
16. Fall preceder : TRIP
17. Informal head cover : DORAG
18. Housing ___ : UNIT
19. First name in architecture : EERO
20. One who gets a piece of the pie? : WEDGEEARNER
23. Kind of sauce : TARTAR
27. Religious commemoration : FEAST
28. Fearful : ALARMED
30. Baltimore partner : OHIO
32. Ticked off : SORE
33. Allude : REFER
35. Copy : APE
38. Borderline logic? : THEEDGEOFREASON
42. Ring site : EAR
43. Cockamamie : INANE
44. Roll : LIST
45. Sing the praises of : LAUD
46. Kind of ring : DECODER
49. Bee-related : APIAN
52. Ally in movies : SHEEDY
53. "Stay away from the swamp grass"? : SEDGEADVICE
58. Poe product : TALE
59. Bridge : JOIN
60. It may be well-taken : WATER
65. Pastry chef's aide : ICER
66. 2003 A.L. M.V.P., familiarly : AROD
67. Displaced person : EXILE
68. Some M & M's : REDS
69. Bank (on) : RELY
70. Durable fabric : DENIM
1. In style : MOD
2. Start of a Latin conjugation : AMO
3. Elevator part : CAR
4. Baptist leader? : ANA
5. Passamaquoddy home : WIGWAM
6. Formal accessory : STUD
7. Double checker : KING
8. Rival of Bjorn : ILIE
9. Parcel : METE
10. Sound setup : STEREO
11. Final Four site : ARENA
12. Horse fathers : SIRES
13. Wear : SPORT
21. Poetic conjunction : ERE
22. Combusted : AFIRE
23. Try a tidbit : TASTE
24. Luau greeting : ALOHA
25. Not so common : RARER
26. Palm, e.g. : TREE
29. Huge worry : DREAD
30. Did in : OFFED
31. Part of H.M.S. : HER
34. Many millennia : EON
35. To the left or right : ASIDE
36. Put forward : POSED
37. Diary note : ENTRY
39. "Cheers" role : DIANE
40. Savanna sight : GNU
41. Tissue additive : ALOE
45. Some brews : LAGERS
47. Key abbr. : ESC
48. Masticated : CHEWED
49. Moving : ASTIR
50. Sign of the 1960's : PEACE
51. Sat around : IDLED
54. Open a bit : AJAR
55. Scale start : DORE
56. Old fiddle : VIOL
57. Dr. Jones, to friends : INDY
61. Fire truck accessory : AXE
62. Canterbury can : TIN
63. Elm City collegian : ELI
64. "Stand" band, 1989 : REM

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