New York Times, Monday, March 7, 2005

Author: Christina Houlihan Kelly
Editor: Will Shortz
Christina Houlihan Kelly
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQVX} This is puzzle # 4 for Ms. Kelly. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
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1. Look at, as stars : GAZE
5. Artist's suffix with land or sea : SCAPE
10. Tortoiselike : SLOW
14. "___ Around" (#1 Beach Boys hit) : IGET
15. Breaking a bad one is good : HABIT
16. El ___, Tex. : PASO
17. ___-a-brac : BRIC
18. Big kitchen appliance maker : AMANA
19. Eight, in Spain : OCHO
20. Wife of King David : BATHSHEBA
22. Prepare to pop the question : KNEEL
23. Nova Scotia clock setting: Abbr. : AST
24. June 14 : FLAGDAY
26. Hamburger meat : PATTY
30. Peter who was a seven-time Oscar nominee : OTOOLE
32. Last full month of summer : AUGUST
34. Departure's opposite: Abbr. : ARR
35. Penny : CENT
39. Cheater's aid : CRIB
40. Yellowish shade : OCHER
42. Asian nurse : AMAH
43. President before Wilson : TAFT
44. Australian hopper, for short : ROO
45. Igloo dweller : ESKIMO
47. "To be or not to be" soliloquist : HAMLET
50. Woman of "Troy" : HELEN
51. One taking flight : REFUGEE
54. That, in Tijuana : ESO
56. Scent : AROMA
57. "Days of Our Lives," for one : SOAPOPERA
63. "The World According to ___" : GARP
64. Ne plus ___ : ULTRA
65. Slightly : ATAD
66. Feminine suffix : ETTE
67. Full … and happy about it : SATED
68. Mideast's ___ Strip : GAZA
69. Active one : DOER
70. Cursed : SWORE
71. School before middle school: Abbr. : ELEM
1. Any of the Bee Gees : GIBB
2. Taj Mahal site : AGRA
3. Time, in Mannheim : ZEIT
4. Work on glass, say : ETCH
5. Former Iranian leaders : SHAHS
6. Awoke : CAMETO
7. Basic rhyme scheme : ABAB
8. "H.M.S. ___" : PINAFORE
9. Third letter after delta : ETA
10. Light dessert : SPONGECAKE
11. Donned skates, e.g., with "up" : LACED
12. Actor Milo : OSHEA
13. Sheeplike : WOOLY
21. Declares : SAYS
22. ___ Kan (pet food) : KAL
25. Peter who played Mr. Moto : LORRE
26. Agreement : PACT
27. Atmosphere : AURA
28. End-of-week cry : TGIF
29. Noisy public speaker : TUBTHUMPER
31. California/Nevada lake : TAHOE
33. Singer nicknamed the Velvet Fog : TORME
36. Oscar winner Jannings : EMIL
37. Partner of rank and serial number : NAME
38. Ending with tele- : THON
41. Side dish at KFC : COLESLAW
46. "Scram!" : SHOO
48. Old Turkish title : AGA
49. Ripper : TEARER
51. Ran amok : RAGED
52. Poetry Muse : ERATO
53. Talent : FORTE
55. Ditchdigger's tool : SPADE
58. Director Preminger : OTTO
59. Newspaper unit : PAGE
60. And others, in footnotes : ETAL
61. Completely demolish : RAZE
62. One who raised Cain : ADAM
64. Inits. in Navy ship names : USS

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