New York Times, Wednesday, April 14, 2004

Author: Randolph Ross
Editor: Will Shortz
Randolph Ross
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JVZ} This is puzzle # 80 for Mr. Ross. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Sugar source : CANE
5. Work on in a sound studio : REMIX
10. Not assigned, after "on" : SPEC
14. Gray's subj. : ANAT
15. Turk's neighbor : IRANI
16. Weightlifter's action : CURL
17. Hurl tableware? : PITCHFORKS
19. Indian tourist city : AGRA
20. Big bird : EMU
21. Fashion maven Klensch : ELSA
22. Armbones : ULNAS
23. Miss of mystery : MARPLE
25. Hurl cookware? : TOSSPOTS
28. Couldn't get enough of : ATEUP
29. Prefix with verse : UNI
30. Take action against : SUE
31. Tomorrow's opposite: Abbr. : YEST
32. Unit of light intensity : PHOTON
35. River to the North Sea : EMS
36. Hurl toupees? : THROWRUGS
39. ATM card necessity : PIN
42. Small diving bird of the North Pacific : AUKLET
43. Olympian Lipinski : TARA
47. Lennon's lady : ONO
48. Three after B : CDE
49. Overdone : BANAL
50. Hurl parts of a typewriter? : PASSKEYS
53. Safe places : SANCTA
54. Sends : SHIPS
55. Jetty : QUAY
57. Govt. collectors : IRS
58. Whizzed (through) : TORE
59. Hurl an entree? : CHUCKSTEAK
62. "Hard ___!" (nautical cry) : ALEE
63. ___ Selassie : HAILE
64. Clive Cussler thriller "___ Gold" : INCA
65. Hollow plant : REED
66. Classic Icelandic works : EDDAS
67. Arm of the British military? : STEN
1. Southern tip of New Jersey : CAPEMAY
2. Turn into cartoon form : ANIMATE
3. ___ way : NATURES
4. "Yadda, yadda, yadda" : ETC
5. Biathlete's need : RIFLE
6. Piccadilly Circus statue : EROS
7. Assassinated Jacobin : MARAT
8. Well contents : INK
9. Fraternity letters : XIS
10. It's overhead : SCALP
11. Certain dog feature : PUGNOSE
12. Slip on paper : ERRATUM
13. Teaching load : CLASSES
18. Butlers and maids : HELP
22. Putting to work : USING
24. Short shot : PUTT
26. Bizarre : OUTRE
27. Sty sniffer : SNOUT
32. Stuffy sort : PRUDE
33. Cornball : HOKEY
34. Hooter : OWL
37. Cabbies : HACKS
38. "The Man" of Cardinals history : STAN
39. Britney Spears, e.g. : POPSTAR
40. Having debt : INAHOLE
41. Emphatic denial : NOSIREE
44. Of interest to archaeologists : ANCIENT
45. Daily grind : RATRACE
46. Like king crab : ALASKAN
49. Cargo areas : BAYS
51. Radar reading : SPEED
52. Calamari : SQUID
53. "___ alive!" : SAKES
56. Longtime John Wooden team : UCLA
59. Hero to Fidel : CHE
60. Scammed : HAD
61. "___ the Last Rose of Summer" (old song standard) : TIS

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