New York Times, Thursday, April 7, 2005

Author: Patrick Merrell
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Merrell
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {CJQ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 44 for Mr. Merrell. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Alternative to bankruptcy for a company : SALE
5. Balls with lids : EYES
9. Many a holiday visitor : INLAW
14. Latin word in many pockets : UNUM
15. "Antiques Roadshow" host Spencer : LARA
16. Exotic jelly flavor : GUAVA
17. Sobbing uncontrollably, perhaps : INABADWAY
19. It's pulled on a farm : UDDER
20. Subhead for "Broadway Musical Cited at Awards Ceremony"? : NINEWONTHREE
22. Obstetrician's determination : GENDER
23. That one's : ITS
24. Winner's sign : VEE
27. Power sources : DAMS
30. F equivalent : ESHARP
32. New cars of '64 : GTOS
36. Actress Merrill : DINA
38. Discharges together : SALVO
39. Subhead for "Mob Members Sentenced"? : FIVETOTENFORSIX
42. Wool source : LLAMA
43. "Bye" : TATA
44. Controvert : DENY
45. Wits' laugh-getters : ADLIBS
47. Food for sea urchins : KELP
49. French possessive : TES
50. Singer ___ Kim : LIL
52. Tubular food : SALAMI
57. Subhead for "Mostel Victim of Bad Clams"? : ZEROATESEVEN
60. "Bye" : ADIOS
63. Modern words of encouragement : YOUGOGIRL
64. Revealing woman : VANNA
65. What "A" may stand for on a monument : ANNO
66. Utah ski resort : ALTA
67. Crooked : ASKEW
68. One lap, maybe, in a race : LEAD
69. Unenterprising : LAZY
1. Going after : SUING
2. Miss Hannigan's charge : ANNIE
3. Greg Evans strip : LUANN
4. Firmly fix : EMBED
5. Conquistador's quest : ELDORADO
6. Occurrence at many a lecture : YAWN
7. Q.E.D. part : ERAT
8. Give a quick welcome : SAYHI
9. Hesitant response : IGUESSSO
10. Like Botticelli's Venus : NUDE
11. Young 'un : LAD
12. Many a state name in D.C. : AVE
13. Declaration of Congress : WAR
18. Left speechless : AWED
21. Road with a no. : RTE
24. French dance : VALSE
25. Senator Sam of Watergate fame : ERVIN
26. Sticker? : EPOXY
28. Hand holder : MITT
29. Sly one : SNEAK
31. Like some cider : HARD
32. Key of Chopin's "Butterfly" √Čtude : GFLAT
33. It creates a "y" sound : TILDE
34. Most cricket grounds : OVALS
35. Quarter follower : SEMI
37. It goes in the center of the table : ANTE
40. Four-legged cutter : TABLESAW
41. Idol : FALSEGOD
46. Respectful term : SIR
48. ___ doble (Spanish march step) : PASO
51. True : LOYAL
53. Corporate department : LEGAL
54. St. Teresa's birthplace : AVILA
55. Ricardo landlord : MERTZ
56. Dental work : INLAY
57. Be hazily inattentive, in slang : ZONE
58. Top-notch : AONE
59. Sandwich filler : TUNA
60. Actress Gardner : AVA
61. Courtroom figs. : DAS
62. Roller coating : INK

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