New York Times, Thursday, April 21, 2005

Author: Patrick Merrell
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Merrell
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 45 for Mr. Merrell. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. ___-Deutschland : OST
4. Quaff with caramel coloring : PEPSI
9. Locks holder : SCALP
14. Just scratch the surface? : MAR
15. Skip ___ : ABEAT
16. Shaded house parts : EAVES
17. Comers : EMERGENTS
19. Iroquoian Indians : ERIES
20. Modern highway sights, for short : GMVWANDBMWSUVS
22. ___ flu : ASIAN
23. "The Tower" poet : YEATS
24. Guitarist Lofgren : NILS
27. "77 Sunset Strip" character : KOOKIE
31. Writes : SENDSANOTE
36. It makes men mean : ANA
37. Golden State postgrads, for short : UCLAMBASANDPHDS
40. Rd. way : RTE
41. Giddiness : EXUBERANCE
42. Like a prom : FORMAL
45. Russian river : URAL
46. Kind of acid in olive oil : OLEIC
49. Calculator brand : CASIO
53. Popular family room appliances, for short : GEVCRSANDHDTVS
57. Opposite of neo- : PALEO
58. Like Parliament : BICAMERAL
59. Circle : ORBIT
60. Sensory input : AROMA
61. Prefix with color : UNI
62. Brooklyn's ___ Institute, college of art and architecture : PRATT
63. Teaspoonsful, often : DOSES
64. "Holy smokes!" : MAN
1. Horseshoe-shaped symbol : OMEGA
2. Actress Emma of "Dynasty" : SAMMS
3. Rome's Fontana di ___ : TREVI
4. Primitive practice : PAGANISM
5. "___ Holden," Irving Bacheller novel : EBEN
6. Hang : PEND
7. Did nothing : SATBY
8. "Who's there?" response : ITSME
9. Looks after : SEESTO
10. Famed tenor : CARUSO
11. Part of a city name that means "spring" in Hebrew : AVIV
12. Pinky and Spike : LEES
13. Some afterthoughts, in brief : PSS
18. Country with a Hutu majority : RWANDA
21. Rooster, for some : WAKENER
25. Office gizmo : LABELER
26. Treats, in adspeak : SNAX
28. Longtime sportswriter Roger : KAHN
29. Where to find Pennsylvania Ave. : INDC
30. Leisure : EASE
31. Hang ten, e.g. : SURF
32. Prefix with plasm : ECTO
33. Card or Met : NLER
34. Big Midwest sch. : OSU
35. Popular fragrance : TABU
38. Euros replaced them : DRACHMAS
39. George E. ___, 1974 Medicine Nobelist : PALADE
43. "Go, go, go!" : MOVEIT
44. "Little Men" author : ALCOTT
47. Misbehaves : ISBAD
48. Yasir Arafat's birthplace : CAIRO
50. Tickle, as strings : STRUM
51. Mrs. Trump, once : IVANA
52. Singer K. T. ___ : OSLIN
53. She had a "Tootsie" role : GARR
54. Isle of exile : ELBA
55. Three-stripers, e.g.: Abbr. : NCOS
56. British title : DAME
57. Dad : POP

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