New York Times, Monday, May 31, 2004

Author: Gregory E. Paul
Editor: Will Shortz
Gregory E. Paul
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {QXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 111 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Gun-toting gal : MOLL
5. ___ vu : DEJA
9. Put forth, as a theory : POSIT
14. Singer Brickell : EDIE
15. Greek counterpart of 27-Down : EROS
16. Wonderland girl : ALICE
17. Mediocre : SOSO
18. "___, vidi, vici" (Caesar's boast) : VENI
19. Ohio birthplace of William McKinley : NILES
20. Bridge : ARTIFICIALTOOTH
23. Widespread : VAST
24. April 15 deadline agcy. : IRS
25. Fond du ___, Wis. : LAC
28. Take the witness stand : TESTIFY
31. Classic muscle car : GTO
34. Caribbean resort island : ARUBA
36. "___ we having fun yet?" : ARE
37. Conclude, with "up" : WRAP
38. Bridge : POPULARCARDGAME
42. Spew : EMIT
43. Washington's ___ Stadium : RFK
44. Below : UNDER
45. Young fellow : LAD
46. Feature of Texaco's logo, once : REDSTAR
49. Period in history : ERA
50. Sawbuck : TEN
51. Periods in history : AGES
53. Bridge : HIGHWAYOVERPASS
61. Ancient Greek marketplace : AGORA
62. Prayer's end : AMEN
63. Govern : RULE
64. Laser printer powder : TONER
65. Left, at sea : PORT
66. Vicinity : AREA
67. War horse : STEED
68. Some Father's Day callers : SONS
69. Sign of boredom : YAWN
1. Flat-topped hill : MESA
2. Reason to say "pee-yew!" : ODOR
3. "Schindler's ___" : LIST
4. Sainted ninth-century pope : LEOIV
5. Concoct : DEVISE
6. Puts up, as a tower : ERECTS
7. Mitchell who sang "Big Yellow Taxi" : JONI
8. India's locale : ASIA
9. Kitchen closet : PANTRY
10. Miscellanies : OLIOS
11. Building next to a barn : SILO
12. Noted rapper/actor : ICET
13. Radio host John : TESH
21. Deadly : FATAL
22. Prisoner who'll never get out : LIFER
25. Sports jacket feature : LAPEL
26. Inviting smell : AROMA
27. Roman counterpart of 15-Across : CUPID
29. Bulletin board stickers : TACKS
30. Savings for old age: Abbr. : IRA
31. Exam mark : GRADE
32. Worker with circus lions : TAMER
33. "La Bohème," e.g. : OPERA
35. Except that : BUT
37. Chicago-based Superstation : WGN
39. Where the action is : ARENA
40. TV's "Mayberry ___" : RFD
41. German engraver Albrecht : DURER
46. Offer on a "Wanted" poster : REWARD
47. Alehouse : TAVERN
48. C.I.A. operatives : AGENTS
50. Number of points for a field goal : THREE
52. Deodorant type : SPRAY
53. Stetsons, e.g. : HATS
54. Gershwin's "___ Rhythm" : IGOT
55. Sold, to an auctioneer : GONE
56. Puppy sounds : YAPS
57. 1847 Melville novel : OMOO
58. Mysterious quality : AURA
59. Whole bunch : SLEW
60. Actor Connery : SEAN

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