New York Times, Tuesday, May 11, 2004

Author: Lee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
Editor: Will Shortz
Lee Glickstein
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2611/24/20024/1/201022
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Nancy Salomon
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1868/13/199511/7/2012116
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3633533719611
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1.581521

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {XZ} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Glickstein. This is puzzle # 120 for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Trunk item : SPARE
6. Job seeker's success : OFFER
11. Gridlock : JAM
14. Poe's middle name : ALLAN
15. Bisect : HALVE
16. Mentalist Geller : URI
17. All-freshman team? : NOVICESQUAD
19. Zero : NIL
20. Ugly Duckling, in reality : SWAN
21. Reflect (on) : MUSE
22. Arcade coin : TOKEN
24. So-so : FAIR
26. Bridle's partner : SADDLE
27. Peter Cottontail? : NOTABLEHOPPER
32. Tonsil neighbor : UVULA
33. Smallish field : ACRE
34. Put on TV : AIR
37. Boone, to rustics : DANL
38. Have a ball? : PARTY
40. Blue Triangle org. : YWCA
41. Inventor Whitney : ELI
42. Fill-in : TEMP
43. Heart of France : COEUR
44. Answer to "Who wrote 'The Highwayman'?" : NOYESOFCOURSE
48. Historical Scottish county : ARGYLL
50. Summoned Jeeves : RANG
51. M-1, for one : RIFLE
52. Tokyo ties : OBIS
54. Charlie Chaplin's widow : OONA
58. 60's muscle car : GTO
59. Milliner on the move? : NOMADHATTER
62. Poet's preposition : OER
63. Zoo critter : ORANG
64. Campfire treat : SMORE
65. "Shame on you" : TSK
66. Supersized : LARGE
67. Tournament favorites : SEEDS
1. ___-serif : SANS
2. Furrow former : PLOW
3. Thomas ___ Edison : ALVA
4. Drops from on high : RAINFALL
5. Letter accompanier: Abbr. : ENC
6. "Yeah, right" : OHSURE
7. Web site sect. for newbies : FAQS
8. Chimney channel : FLUE
9. Zsa Zsa's sister : EVA
10. Bureaucratic tangle : REDTAPE
11. Place for miscellaneous stuff : JUNKDRAWER
12. Sharon of Israel : ARIEL
13. Eeyore's creator : MILNE
18. Oscar winner Jannings : EMIL
23. Lyrical lines : ODE
25. Dr. J's old league: Abbr. : ABA
26. Nimble : SPRY
27. Au naturel : NUDE
28. Horse course : OVAL
29. Item in a musician's pocket : TUNINGFORK
30. Arthur Marx, familiarly : HARPO
31. Columbus Day mo. : OCT
35. Hosp. areas : ICUS
36. Like a compliant cat : RARE
38. Banana waste : PEEL
39. Early hrs. : AMS
40. "Dunno" : YOUGOTME
42. Aspirin alternative : TYLENOL
43. Bamboozle : CON
45. Olive in the comics : OYL
46. Milk container? : FRIDGE
47. Redeem, with "in" : CASH
48. Insider's vocabulary : ARGOT
49. Priests' administrations : RITES
52. "Rubáiyát" poet : OMAR
53. Screen door sound : BANG
55. Oklahoma Indian : OTOE
56. One who's unhip : NERD
57. Aphrodite's lover : ARES
60. ___ pro nobis : ORA
61. Big jerk : ASS

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