New York Times, Saturday, June 19, 2004

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 34 Missing: none – this is a pangram Spans: 3, (1 triple stack) This is puzzle # 80 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Dainty piece of delicate workmanship : BIJOU
6. "A truer measure of man's ability" sloganeer, once : SEIKO
11. It has a variety of schedules: Abbr. : IRS
14. Nursery supplies : LOAMS
15. Nut source : HAZEL
16. Struggle : VIE
17. Dispirit : UNMAN
18. Not currently : ATONETIME
20. Occupational ending : IER
21. Site of some famous hangings : PRADO
22. Consideration : HEED
23. Humanities degs. : MAS
24. Canadian capital? : CEE
25. "Angie Baby" singer, 1974 : REDDY
26. "The point being ...?" : AND
27. Biker's bike, colloquially : HAWG
29. Suffix with two : FER
30. Line from a classic tongue twister : ISAWESAUHESAWME
36. Lenape orator who inspired Pontiac : DELAWAREPROPHET
37. Anticipates an imminent disaster, maybe : SAYSONESPRAYERS
38. Ten follower : HUT
39. Long haul : TREK
40. "___ Time transfigured me": Yeats : ERE
41. Owner of a famous thumb : EBERT
44. Ricky Nelson's "___ Late" : ITS
45. Solution, on an Rx : LIQ
46. Big benefit, say : GALA
47. They're impulsive : AXONS
50. "Friends" actress, familiarly : JEN
51. Vaunt : BRAGABOUT
53. Spent : JADED
55. Richard Gere title role of 2000 : DRT
56. North Sea tributary : MEUSE
57. Dispatch boat : AVISO
58. Emolument : FEE
59. Composer Warlock : PETER
60. Stately home : MANSE
1. Italian color : BLU
2. View from Calabria : IONIANSEA
3. "Medical Center" star : JAMESDALY
4. Taliban mullah : OMAR
5. Salts are in it: Abbr. : USN
6. It's free for a limited time : SHAREWARE
7. David George Gordon's "The ___-Bug Cookbook" : EATA
8. Polo competitor : IZOD
9. Match game? : KENO
10. Paul Bunyan's blacksmith : OLE
11. Like some walls : IVIED
12. Put a winter coat on? : RIMED
13. Poorly kept : SEEDY
19. Doctor's order : THERAPY
21. Field worker : PEASANT
23. Yum-Yum, Peep-Bo and Pitti-Sing in "The Mikado" : MAIDS
24. Excoriate : CHEWOUT
25. Marinates more : RESOAKS
28. Hospitality target : GUEST
29. Hare hunters : FERRETS
31. Sink item : WASHRAG
32. LaserJet 2100, e.g. : HPPRINTER
33. Brought by dolly : WHEELEDIN
34. Jocosity : MERRINESS
35. Court citation abbr. : ETSEQ
41. Staff lines? : EGBDF
42. Dance studio feature : BARRE
43. Really turn on : ELATE
47. Answer to the folk riddle "Worker in yellow clothes" : ABEE
48. Strike : XOUT
49. English river to the Wash : OUSE
50. Mud : JAVA
52. Increase, with "up" : AMP
53. Fix : JAM
54. Unknown name : DOE

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