New York Times, Wednesday, June 18, 2003

Author: Alan Arbesfeld
Editor: Will Shortz
Alan Arbesfeld
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JVZ} This is puzzle # 54 for Mr. Arbesfeld. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Where the mouth is : DELTA
6. Offend : MIFF
10. Exit, often : RAMP
14. 1975 Tony winner for Best Play : EQUUS
15. Hydrox rival : OREO
16. Alike, to André : EGAL
17. Military brass? : BUGLE
18. Big screen name : IMAX
19. Attend : GOTO
20. They might require overtime : TIES
21. Theater usher's need : FLASHLIGHT
23. Stretch out : SPRAWL
25. Jettison : TOSS
26. See 53-Down : ROOT
29. Protestant Reformation figure : LUTHER
33. Daily Planet chief : PERRYWHITE
38. Harass : RIDE
39. Skin cream ingredient : ALOE
40. Suffix with Samson : ITE
41. Sea moss constituent : ALGA
42. Ticket sales : GATE
43. "Anything Goes" composer : COLEPORTER
46. Alchemic mixture : ELIXIR
48. Actor Jannings : EMIL
49. Jewish month : ADAR
51. Mailing supplies : LABELS
56. Ox or pig : FARMANIMAL
61. "There oughta be ___!" : ALAW
62. "The Time Machine" people : ELOI
63. Wrinkled, as a brow : KNIT
64. Pernod flavoring : ANISE
65. Aware of : UPON
66. Abstainer's opposite : USER
67. Felt compassion (for) : ACHED
68. Capitol topper : DOME
69. Clinton cabinet member Federico : PENA
70. Word that can follow the end of 21-, 33-, 43- or 56-Across : HOUSE
1. Reasons to look for a shark? : DEBTS
2. Fit out : EQUIP
3. German gun : LUGER
4. City on the Arkansas River : TULSA
5. Enzyme suffix : ASE
6. Drudgery : MOIL
7. "The Joy of Cooking" author Rombauer : IRMA
8. Lavish meal : FEAST
9. Front place? : FOXHOLE
10. Record holder : REGISTRAR
11. Eager : AGOG
12. Standardized test topic : MATH
13. Represent graphically : PLOT
21. Go smoothly : FLOW
22. Baton Rouge sch. : LSU
24. Ironic : WRY
27. Home for Ulysses G. Grant : OHIO
28. Championship : TITLE
30. Sword part : HILT
31. Better chance : EDGE
32. Bring up : REAR
33. Web site unit : PAGE
34. Lod Airport carrier : ELAL
35. French roast : ROTI
36. Take another look at : REEXAMINE
37. Abound (with) : TEEM
43. Get started : CRANKUP
44. Tiresome one : PILL
45. Plug or play ending : OLA
47. Panhandle state: Abbr. : IDA
50. Dentist's request : RINSE
52. Baccarat call : BANCO
53. With 26-Across, 1912 Nobel Peace Prize winner : ELIHU
54. Emits coherent light : LASES
55. Garbo, by birth : SWEDE
56. More than a tiff : FEUD
57. Food in a can : ALPO
58. Freedom : ROOM
59. Demeanor : MIEN
60. Gillette product : ATRA
64. "Won-der-ful!" : AAH

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