New York Times, Tuesday, April 12, 2005

Author: Nancy Salomon
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Salomon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 138 for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
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1. Insubstantial stuff : FROTH
6. "Show Boat" novelist Ferber : EDNA
10. Regarding : ASTO
14. Cowpoke competition : RODEO
15. Wiener schnitzel meat : VEAL
16. Mix together : STIR
17. "That is to say ?" : IMEAN
18. Eliel Saarinen's son : EERO
19. Huff and puff : PANT
20. Words following an oath, sometimes : PARDONMYFRENCH
23. Writer Roald : DAHL
24. Take care of : TENDTO
25. Roman god of love : AMOR
28. Like Easter eggs : DYED
31. Govt. code breakers : NSA
32. Peace of mind : REPOSE
34. Womanizer : ROUE
36. Gullible one : SAP
39. Avoid technobabble : USEPLAINENGLISH
42. Something some people return from vacation with : TAN
43. WWW addresses : URLS
44. Paid attention to : HEEDED
45. "Casablanca" pianist : SAM
47. Conductor Klemperer : OTTO
49. Afternoon socials : TEAS
50. Russian plain : STEPPE
53. Cashmere, e.g. : WOOL
55. "I didn't understand a thing you said" : THATSGREEKTOME
60. The good life : EASE
61. "Roseanne" star : BARR
62. Sees the sights : TOURS
64. Grandson of Adam : ENOS
65. Plumbing problem : DRIP
66. Blue book filler : ESSAY
67. Flat payment : RENT
68. Professional charges : FEES
69. Catches one's breath : RESTS
1. Work wk. ender, for most : FRI
2. Cakewalk : ROMP
3. Old music halls : ODEA
4. Pendant gem shape : TEARDROP
5. Accord maker : HONDA
6. Without highs and lows : EVENLY
7. Consider : DEEM
8. ___ a soul : NARY
9. Up in the air : ALOFT
10. Trembling trees : ASPENS
11. Get out of the way : STANDASIDE
12. Touch of color : TINCT
13. Garden products brand : ORTHO
21. Words of a worrier : OHDEAR
22. Weasel out (on) : RENEGE
25. Unable to move, after "in" : ARUT
26. City near Phoenix : MESA
27. Legal hunting period : OPENSEASON
29. Dadaism pioneer Max : ERNST
30. Buck's partner : DOE
33. Batting woes : SLUMPS
35. Release, as a chain : UNHOOK
37. Out of port : ASEA
38. Highest degrees : PHDS
40. Worldwide workers' grp. : ILO
41. Went wild : LETLOOSE
46. Most appropriate : APTEST
48. Pipsqueaks : TWERPS
50. Have the helm : STEER
51. Macbeth's title : THANE
52. Treble clef lines : EGBDF
54. Aquatic mammal : OTTER
56. Nearly unique in the world : RARE
57. Canal of song : ERIE
58. Rumple : MUSS
59. Word after quod : ERAT
63. Method: Abbr. : SYS

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