New York Times, Tuesday, June 7, 2005

Author: Lee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
Editor: Will Shortz
Lee Glickstein
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Nancy Salomon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 39 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Glickstein. This is puzzle # 142 for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Wet snowball sound : SPLAT
6. Radio choice : AMFM
10. Hair goops : GELS
14. ___-Roman wrestling : GRECO
15. 1971 Cy Young Award winner ___ Blue : VIDA
16. Not written : ORAL
17. Stuffed animals : TEDDYBEARS
19. Festive : GALA
20. Business V.I.P. : CEO
21. Jeer : HOOTAT
23. Like meat thrown to a lion : RAW
26. Stuffed headrests : DOWNPILLOWS
30. Pinza of "South Pacific" : EZIO
32. Went yachting : BOATED
33. Stuffed appetizers : MUSHROOMS
35. Contents of a big bowl : PUNCH
40. "Am not!" response : ARETOO
41. Most of Libya : SAHARA
42. Cuban bills : PESOS
43. Stuffed mailers : ENVELOPES
46. College graduate's goal : CAREER
48. Furnace's output : HEAT
49. Stuffed polling receptacles : BALLOTBOXES
54. Sun spot? : SKY
55. Momentarily : INASEC
56. Teacher's grp. : NEA
58. Lemon-lime malt brand : ZIMA
59. Stuffed diners : OVEREATERS
66. Coup d'___ : ETAT
67. With no help : SOLO
68. Dewey, to Truman : LOSER
69. Cold war news service : TASS
70. Either half of Gemini : TWIN
71. Community workout spots, for short : YMCAS
1. Police dept. rank : SGT
2. Relative of ante- : PRE
3. Headed : LED
4. Kind of converter : ACDC
5. Trifled (with) : TOYED
6. Greeting on the Appian Way : AVE
7. "Mamma ___!" : MIA
8. T.V.A. promoter : FDR
9. Number 5 iron : MASHIE
10. "Dead Souls" novelist Nikolai : GOGOL
11. Poet's Muse : ERATO
12. Early Steven Bochco series : LALAW
13. Blind parts : SLATS
18. Miscue : BOOBOO
22. Buddy from way back : OLDPAL
23. Plot again : REMAP
24. Shade of blue : AZURE
25. Smartens (up) : WISES
27. Try to win : WOO
28. 60's war zone, briefly : NAM
29. Scoreboard fig. : PTS
31. "___ be in England" : OHTO
34. Pistol, slangily : ROSCOE
36. "Now we're in for it!" : UHOH
37. Puppy pickup places : NAPES
38. Haunted house sound : CREAK
39. Like many a retreat : HASTY
41. Calm : SERENE
43. Tarzan creator's monogram : ERB
44. Prefix with natal : NEO
45. Irk : VEX
47. Even less than wholesale : ATCOST
49. "Carmen" composer : BIZET
50. Author Loos : ANITA
51. Holy Tibetans : LAMAS
52. Exams before some postgrad. studies : LSATS
53. Serta alternative : SEALY
57. Positron's place : ATOM
60. Solemn pledge : VOW
61. Yalie : ELI
62. 1980's White House nickname : RON
63. Top left PC key : ESC
64. Stephen of "Still Crazy" : REA
65. Soon-to-be-alumni: Abbr. : SRS

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