New York Times, Thursday, April 8, 2004

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 34 Missing: {KQXZ} This is puzzle # 122 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Alphabetical trio : EFG
4. Advance, slangily : SPOT
8. Bush and others : LAURAS
14. Warranty regis. info : SERIALNO
16. Full-scale : ALLOUT
17. Start of a resolution by comedian Steven Wright : PLANTOBE
18. "___ never deceives us; it is always we who deceive ourselves": Rousseau : NATURE
19. Unmoved : INSITU
20. Cleaning agent : JANITOR
21. Respond to : ACTON
22. 507, on a slab : DVII
24. Little more than : MERE
25. Uncle Jorge, e.g. : TIO
26. Comment by the work-weary : TGIF
27. Law office employees, informally : PARAS
28. More quaggy : MARSHIER
31. 2000 Richard Gere title role : DRT
32. Middle of the resolution : SPONTANEOUS
35. Joule fraction : ERG
36. Piece maker : GUNSMITH
39. Pasty-faced : ASHEN
42. ___ River, N.J. : TOMS
43. Traffic-stopping org.? : DEA
44. Plenty mad, with "off" : TEED
45. Speaker's name? : BOSE
46. Hex : SPELL
48. Losing it? : ONADIET
50. Esteem : REPUTE
52. ___ income : MEDIAN
53. End of the resolution : TOMORROW
55. The big chill : ICEAGE
56. Al Franken, for one : HUMORIST
57. Grammy winner Santana : CARLOS
58. River of Flanders : YSER
59. Good things to rack up: Abbr. : PTS
1. Uncanny ability : ESP
2. Woman's name from Latin for "happiness" : FELICIA
3. Benefactors : GRANTORS
4. Ballet slipper material : SATIN
5. Novel idea : PLOT
6. Spending according to plan : ONBUDGET
7. Big digit : TOE
8. Polynesian porch : LANAI
9. The first "A" of A. A. Milne : ALAN
10. Action just before a war : ULTIMATUM
11. Carpenter's tool : ROUTER
12. Show of lights : AURORA
13. Cordwood measures : STERES
15. Not ___ many words : INSO
20. Sandwich maker's brand : JIF
21. Impersonal banker : ATM
23. Shrews : VIRAGOS
26. Wind chimes sound : TING
27. Old hands : PROS
29. Call in a hurry : SPEEDDIAL
30. Honker : HORN
31. Retreats : DENS
33. Umpteen : NUMEROUS
34. Off-itinerary jaunt : SIDETRIP
37. Bony fish : TELEOST
38. "2001" processor : HAL
39. Like the modern age : ATOMIC
40. New York's ___ Lake : SENECA
41. Tumble : HEADER
42. One in a stroller : TOT
45. Elaine of "Seinfeld" : BENES
46. Trail left by an animal : SPOOR
47. Sound from a Burmese : PURR
49. Othello foe : IAGO
51. One-named supermodel : EMME
53. Prayer possessive : THY
54. Scale amts. : WTS

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