New York Times, Thursday, May 27, 2004

Author: Cathy Millhauser
Editor: Will Shortz
Cathy Allis
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: none – this is a pangram Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 82 for Ms. Allis. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Reds Hall-of-Famer Tony : PEREZ
6. It holds a yard : MAST
10. Kind of pet : CHIA
14. Historic mission : ALAMO
15. Northern capital : OSLO
16. Kennel enclosures : RUNS
17. Wardrobe malfunction at a restaurant? : SLIPOUTFORLUNCH
20. Result of some bathing : TAN
21. Actress Vardalos : NIA
22. Bacon or Lamb product : ESSAY
23. With 48-Across, wardrobe malfunction at an auto repair shop? : SHIFTINTO
27. Wash against, as the shore : LAPAT
29. Payment penalty : LATEFEE
33. Duvet filling : EIDER
34. Wink, nudge, etc. : CUES
36. Third qtr. starter : JUL
37. Wardrobe malfunction on the job? : SLACKSOFFATWORK
41. Undermine : SAP
42. Knee-slapper : HOOT
43. Subs : HEROS
44. Figure seen at an intersection : OCTAGON
47. Wampum : BEADS
48. See 23-Across : FIRSTGEAR
51. Lock problem? : SNARL
54. Get into a stew? : EAT
55. Amts. of meds : CCS
58. Wardrobe malfunction on a promenade? : HOSEDOWNTHEWALK
63. Dench/Winslet title role of 2001 : IRIS
64. It may hold a spray : VASE
65. 1967 hotspot, with "the" : SINAI
66. His poem "Fleas" reads, in its entirety, "Adam / Had 'em" : NASH
67. Involuntarily out of a job : AXED
68. Unilever brand : QTIPS
1. Over : PAST
2. 2004 film "___ Enchanted" : ELLA
3. Pour : RAIN
4. Great Brit., once : EMP
5. It features creatures : ZOO
6. Unifying theme : MOTIF
7. Comparable to a pig : ASFAT
8. ___-mo : SLO
9. Overlook point : TOR
10. One who might say "T.G.I.F."? : CRUSOE
11. Barbarians at the Battle of Chalons : HUNS
12. Andean ancient : INCA
13. Wan : ASHY
18. Module : UNIT
19. Neighbor of an Estonian : LETT
23. Work detail : SPEC
24. Quaint cry : HARK
25. "___ My Heart at the Stage Door Canteen" (1942 hit) : ILEFT
26. Org. with far-out goals? : NASA
27. Kew bloom in a Noyes poem : LILAC
28. Customize : ADAPT
30. 15-Across is on one : FJORD
31. French or Italian bread : EUROS
32. Service group : ELKS
33. "The sign of extra service" sloganeer : ESSO
34. Woods varmints : COONS
35. Popular tabloid subj. : UFO
38. Restaurateur Toots : SHOR
39. Which train to take, in song : THEA
40. Depreciation consideration : WEAR
45. Over : AFRESH
46. Put a coat on : GILD
47. Title girl in a 1976 Kiss hit : BETH
49. It may be perfect : TENSE
50. Like some playgrounds : GATED
51. Tibia : SHIN
52. Writer Ephron : NORA
53. With dents and all : ASIS
55. Kid's plea : CANI
56. Fan sound : CLAP
57. Street wear? : SKIS
59. Fraternal twins come from two different ones : OVA
60. Batiking need : WAX
61. Atty.'s title : ESQ
62. Comic : WIT

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