New York Times, Thursday, July 1, 2004

Author: Nancy Kavanaugh
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Kavanaugh
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 15 for Ms. Kavanaugh. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Gobbled : ATEUP
6. "___ Lisa" : MONA
10. Press down : TAMP
14. Deep performer : BASSO
15. Parts of Japanese bridal costumes : OBIS
16. S-shaped curve : OGEE
17. Reunion group : CLASS
18. It comes out of a trunk : LIMB
19. Monthly expense : RENT
20. Was evasive : SKIRTEDTHEISSUE
23. Spleen : IRE
24. Good news for an angel : SRO
25. Emulated Ethel Merman : BELTEDOUTASONG
33. Old Chevys : NOVAS
34. "Time's a-wastin'!" : CMON
35. Salon application : DYE
36. Outstanding : OWED
37. Oozes : SEEPS
39. Robin Cook thriller : COMA
40. Material for a whitesmith : TIN
41. Arizona river : GILA
42. Having more karats : PURER
43. Stake : VESTEDINTEREST
47. Wedded : ONE
48. Colorado native : UTE
49. Worse than slapped : SOCKEDINTHENOSE
58. Toll unit, sometimes : AXLE
59. "Got it" : ISEE
60. Wedge drivers : MAULS
61. Sinn ___ : FEIN
62. Plumlike fruit : SLOE
63. Plumbing fitting : PTRAP
64. Grandson of Adam : ENOS
65. Setters : HENS
66. Snappish : TESTY
1. Primer material : ABCS
2. Make a deal with the feds, say : TALK
3. Actor Morales : ESAI
4. "Back in the ___" : USSR
5. Document attachments : POSTITS
6. Worked by hand : MOLDED
7. Final notice : OBIT
8. "The Secret of ___" (1982 animated film) : NIMH
9. Danger in old homes : ASBESTOS
10. Some sculptures : TORSOS
11. Seemingly forever : AGES
12. Remote control button : MENU
13. Fountain of music : PETE
21. "A little ___ the mightiest Julius fell": Shak. : ERE
22. Bit of Kurdistan : IRAN
25. ___ State (Arkansas nickname) : BOWIE
26. Roulette bets : EVENS
27. Shaver : LAD
28. Main : OCEAN
29. Person in a mask : UMP
30. They're released : ODORS
31. Shea player, for short : NYMET
32. A mask, for a 29-Down : GEAR
33. Punishment for some kids : NOTV
37. Beans or rice : SIDEDISH
38. "Bingo, ___ Yale" (fight song) : ELI
39. Nod, maybe : CUE
41. Characteristic carrier : GENE
42. Bump : PREEMPT
44. Some coins : TOKENS
45. Pupils : TUTEES
46. Biblical verb ending : ETH
49. Dependable : SAFE
50. Alternatives to mules : OXEN
51. Advertiser's award : CLIO
52. Beach site : ISLE
53. Gaudy sign : NEON
54. "Six Feet Under" son : NATE
55. "This Love of ___" (1945 film) : OURS
56. Thin strip : SLAT
57. Glimpse : ESPY

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