New York Times, Tuesday, April 20, 2004

Author: Allan E. Parrish
Editor: Will Shortz
Allan E. Parrish
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Parrish. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Tupperware sound : BURP
5. Viva ___ (by word of mouth) : VOCE
9. Jazz genre : BEBOP
14. State firmly : AVER
15. Skeptic's scoff : IBET
16. Unescorted : ALONE
17. Where to get hitched in a hurry : RENO
18. Brummell or Bridges : BEAU
19. Laundry soap introduced in 1918 : RINSO
20. See 40-Across : BATTERYSIZE
23. Cozy room : DEN
24. Demagnetize, as a tape : ERASE
25. "Heads up!" and others : ALERTS
27. Run-of-the-mill : COMMON
30. Kingdom divisions, in biology : PHYLA
31. "What have we here?!" : OHO
32. Jill of "Diamonds Are Forever" : STJOHN
35. Stash : STOW
38. "Please," in Potsdam : BITTE
40. Clue to 20- and 55-Across and 11- and 29-Down : AAA
41. Paris's river : SEINE
42. Crude sort : BOOR
43. Acela Express runner : AMTRAK
45. 17-Across's state: Abbr. : NEV
46. Breaks in relations : RIFTS
48. Hair snarl : TANGLE
50. Cloak's partner : DAGGER
52. Sudden outpouring : SPATE
54. Make a miscue : ERR
55. See 40-Across : MINORLEAGUE
60. Regional flora and fauna : BIOTA
62. ___ Domini : ANNO
63. General or major : RANK
64. Run-of-the-mill : USUAL
65. Frees (of) : RIDS
66. X-rated : BLUE
67. Great Plains home : TEPEE
68. Ripken Sr. and Jr. : CALS
69. Thanksgiving dish : YAMS
1. Cutting remark : BARB
2. Iris's place : UVEA
3. Patronize Hertz or Avis : RENT
4. Like some presidents : PROTEM
5. Pulsing with energy : VIBRANT
6. Takes orders from : OBEYS
7. Stop : CEASE
8. Needle case : ETUI
9. Just : BARELY
10. ___ Lilly and Co. : ELI
11. See 40-Across : BONDRATING
12. Beginning : ONSET
13. Lowly workers : PEONS
21. Irregularly notched, as a leaf : EROSE
22. Paula of CNN : ZAHN
26. Ultimatum ender : ELSE
27. Ty of Cooperstown : COBB
28. Kent State state : OHIO
29. See 40-Across : MOTORGROUP
30. Rx dispenser: Abbr. : PHAR
33. Photocopier problems : JAMS
34. Cereal grain : OAT
36. Scott Turow title : ONEL
37. "___ Only Just Begun" : WEVE
39. H.S. math class : TRIG
41. Do figure eights, say : SKATE
43. Longfellow's bell town : ATRI
44. Totally baffled : ATALOSS
47. Like fillies but not billies : FEMALE
49. Close at hand : NEARBY
50. Coming-out : DEBUT
51. Get up : ARISE
52. Braga of film : SONIA
53. Gearshift sequence : PRNDL
56. Pusher's pursuer : NARC
57. Hearty party : GALA
58. E pluribus ___ : UNUM
59. Squeaks (out) : EKES
61. ___-Bo (exercise system) : TAE

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