New York Times, Wednesday, April 28, 2004

Author: John Underwood
Editor: Will Shortz
John Underwood
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JX} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Underwood. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Mandrake's field : MAGIC
6. It may be painted red : TOWN
10. Nailed obliquely : TOED
14. Human rights activist Bonner : ELENA
15. Gazetteer figure : AREA
16. ___ dixit : IPSE
17. A de Mille : AGNES
18. Petits ___ (French peas) : POIS
19. Naldi of old films : NITA
20. Hamlet's slayer : LAERTES
22. Milk-related : LACTEAL
24. "Tsk!" : TUT
25. Metallurgist's creation : ALLOY
26. Walks about : TRAIPSES
30. Four-star : SUPERB
34. Small bit : IOTA
35. Pack away : EAT
36. Kind of colony or code : PENAL
37. Mid 11th-century date : MLI
38. Words with 1-, 6-, 10-, 67-, 68- and 69-Across, and 1-, 13-, 26-, 33-, 53- and 59-Down : SQUARES
41. Egg: Prefix : OVO
42. Mystery writer Stanley : ELLIN
44. 11-Down's player : RON
45. A util. : ELEC
46. Smashed : SOTTED
48. Shore line : TIDEMARK
50. Schusser's locale : SLOPE
52. Sport ___ (car category) : UTE
53. Worse, as excuses go : FEEBLER
56. Place to play : RECROOM
60. Dix + un : ONZE
61. Diamond call : SAFE
63. Yogi's language : HINDI
64. Commandos' arms : UZIS
65. Night fliers : OWLS
66. Internet marketing : ETAIL
67. Tooth part : ROOT
68. Stomach tightness : KNOT
69. Macarena, e.g. : DANCE
1. Prix fixe offering : MEAL
2. Pond floater : ALGA
3. Spliced item : GENE
4. Resistance to change : INERTIA
5. Eject : CASTUP
6. It's played at night : TAPS
7. ___ y plata (Montana's motto) : ORO
8. Brecht collaborator Kurt : WEILL
9. Some French consonants : NASALS
10. Old photo : TINTYPE
11. Bee's nephew, in old TV : OPIE
12. Are, in Aragón : ESTA
13. Do business : DEAL
21. Footnote abbr. : ETSEQ
23. Overthrows : COUPS
25. Fertility goddess : ASTARTE
26. x : TIMES
27. Rich kid in "Nancy" : ROLLO
28. At an incline : ATILT
29. ___ minérale : EAU
31. ___ Gay : ENOLA
32. Frenzied sort : RAVER
33. Lego unit : BLOCK
38. Fishhook line : SNELL
39. "Vive le ___!" : ROI
40. Provide, as with a quality : ENDUE
43. "Smart decision" : ITSBEST
45. Retiree's title : EMERITA
47. Makes a small profit : DOESOK
49. Designed like Dürer : ETCHED
51. Seafood mouthful : PRAWN
53. Count in a march : FOUR
54. Singer Stuarti : ENZO
55. Basso Pinza : EZIO
56. Take a load off : REST
57. Son of Judah : ONAN
58. Keatsian or Pindaric : ODIC
59. Horse-race distance : MILE
62. "Alice" waitress : FLO

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