New York Times, Tuesday, April 13, 2004

Author: Bill Ballard
Editor: Will Shortz
Bill Ballard
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Ballard. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
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1. Play lookout for, for example : ABET
5. Praises : LAUDS
10. Vegetarian's no-no : MEAT
14. Lollapalooza : LULU
15. Beginning : ONSET
16. "Cogito, ___ sum" : ERGO
17. V.I.P. #1 : GRANDPANJANDRUM
20. Blazing, as the eyes : AGLARE
21. Stirs up : AROUSES
22. Forest rangers' worries : FIRES
25. U.F.O. fliers : ETS
26. Ammo holder : CLIP
28. Fizzler : DUD
30. Like zoo animals : CAGED
34. Very, in Versailles : TRES
35. Maze goal : FINISH
37. "Where ___?" : AMI
38. V.I.P. #2 : HIGHMUCKETYMUCK
41. Dr. J's org., once : ABA
42. Unit : ENTITY
43. James who wrote "A Death in the Family" : AGEE
44. Marooned, maybe : ISLED
46. Chicago-to-Tampa dir. : SSE
47. Pants part : KNEE
48. Barely lit : DIM
50. Blue eyes or curly hair : TRAIT
52. The "E" of PETA : ETHICAL
56. Turn : SWIVEL
60. V.I.P. #3 : THEBIGENCHILADA
63. Group in a spies' network : CELL
64. Harden : INURE
65. Property right : LIEN
66. London's ___ Park : HYDE
67. Jargons : CANTS
68. Actress Heche : ANNE
1. Aquatic plant : ALGA
2. Small town : BURG
3. Carrier to Israel : ELAL
4. Sushi staple : TUNAFISH
5. Running horse : LOPER
6. Bibliographical suffix : ANA
7. Part of the Defense Dept. : USN
8. ___ vu : DEJA
9. Gaze intently : STARE
10. One of the Gorgons : MEDUSA
11. Botches one : ERRS
12. Chills and fever : AGUE
13. Male turkeys : TOMS
18. Mr. Unexciting : DRIP
19. Cut irregularly : NOTCHY
23. Decrees : EDICTS
24. Orange label : SUNKIST
26. Corn holders : CRIBS
27. Over 18, say : LEGAL
29. One on the Atkins plan : DIETER
31. Railroad measure : GAUGE
32. Roastmaster : EMCEE
33. It holds back the sea : DIKE
34. Spicy cuisine : THAI
35. When said three times, a 1964 Beach Boys hit : FUN
36. Pigpen : STY
39. Noble Italian family name : MEDICI
40. Spanish scarf : MANTILLA
45. Fit to serve : EDIBLE
47. Fuzzy fruit : KIWI
49. Wizardry : MAGIC
51. "Angela's ___" (1996 best seller) : ASHES
52. Inscribe permanently : ETCH
53. "If ___ only knew!" : THEY
54. Grasped : HELD
55. Musical Horne : LENA
57. Conceited : VAIN
58. 1950's British P.M. : EDEN
59. The Beatles' "Penny ___" : LANE
61. Sister : NUN
62. TV screen: Abbr. : CRT

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