New York Times, Thursday, March 31, 2005

Author: David Liben-Nowell
Editor: Will Shortz
David Liben-Nowell
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {QZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Liben-Nowell. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "Whew!" : MAN
4. It trembles in the woods : ASPEN
9. Biblical pronoun : THY
12. Milo's title partner in a 1989 film : OTIS
14. Relate to : BEARON
16. Not act professionally? : HAM
17. Singer Mitchell : JONI
18. Fix : SCRAPE
19. Rocker Ocasek : RIC
20. Indications needing interpretation : OMENS
22. Fills up : SATES
23. Athenian vowel : ETA
24. Swiss vendor : DELI
26. See to details : DOTTHEIS
28. Become old enough for : GROWINTO
31. Something to go to : SEED
32. Detroit org. : UAW
33. Representative : PROXY
35. It comes from the kitchen : AROMA
38. Web site offering : LINK
40. Pioneering computer : ENIAC
42. McGregor of "Star Wars" films : EWAN
43. Barnstormer : FLIER
45. Substitute : SCRUB
47. Minor objection : NIT
48. Fix : SPAY
50. Some sci-fi villains : ANDROIDS
52. Cook, in a way, as eggs : SOFTBOIL
55. Without : SANS
56. Sound of a epiphany : AHA
57. Shocks testers : BUMPS
59. Irk : GETAT
62. Kilmer of "Batman Forever" : VAL
63. Paragons : IDEALS
65. Shoe part : ARCH
66. Speech interruptions : ERS
67. "Christ Before Pilate" artist : TITIAN
68. Tackle box item : LURE
69. Date : SEE
70. Famous recluse : GARBO
71. Poetic time of day : EEN
1. Magic charm : MOJO
2. Tiny bit : ATOM
3. See 6-Down : NINEDOWNISFALSE
4. They're crunched : ABS
5. Fractions of a deg. : SECS
6. 3- and 9-Down, e.g. : PARADOXICALPAIR
7. Inspiration for poets and musicians : ERATO
8. Hotel restriction : NOPETS
9. See 6-Down : THREEDOWNISTRUE
10. Where Columbus made landfall, 1492 : HAITI
11. Certain community centers : YMCAS
13. Toughness : SINEW
15. Coca-Cola Company beverage : NESTEA
21. Falter : SLIP
25. Concerning : INRE
27. Word said while raising one's hand : HERE
28. Chasm : GULF
29. Transportation option : RAIL
30. Gobs : TONS
34. Ball in a basket : YARN
36. Old ___ : MAID
37. Some colonists : ANTS
39. Didn't spoil : KEPT
41. They're chewed in the field : CUDS
44. One good at multiplying : RABBIT
46. Talk big : BRAG
49. "Savvy?" : YOUDIG
51. N.B.A. star who played at L.S.U. : ONEAL
52. Pitching stat : SAVES
53. Fighter pilot Edward for whom an airport is named : OHARE
54. "___ man who wasn't there" : IMETA
58. Thick slice : SLAB
60. Planar measure : ACRE
61. Consequently : THEN
64. ___-cone : SNO

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