New York Times, Saturday, July 10, 2004

Author: Bob Peoples
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Peoples
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 27 Missing: {JXZ} This is puzzle # 25 for Mr. Peoples. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Athletic supporter? : SPORTSBRA
10. Electric meter inventor ___ Thomson : ELIHU
15. Viniculturist's sampling tube : WINETHIEF
16. Join securely : TENON
17. It remains effective until filled or canceled : OPENORDER
18. Places to set geraniums : SILLS
19. Hardly a Yankee fan : REB
20. Flatten, in metalworking : PEEN
21. Near : BESIDE
22. Brand in the freezer section : EDYS
24. Prima donna : DRAMAQUEEN
26. "The Neon Bible" novelist : TOOLE
28. Union foe : SCAB
29. Shrimp : RUNT
30. Those with 48-Acrosses : OWNERS
32. It may have reservations : TRIBE
34. Vital : NEEDED
36. Most numbers have two or more : VERSES
39. Enliven : PEPUP
41. Gym amenities : SAUNAS
43. Year in Severus's reign : CCVI
46. Letterhead?: Abbr. : INIT
48. See 30-Across : TITLE
49. Pros at increasing profits : RAINMAKERS
52. Railroad necessities : TIES
53. Series finales : OMEGAS
54. Guffaw : ROAR
56. Setting for St. Paul: Abbr. : CST
57. Country lass : WENCH
58. Rush hour, in adspeak : DRIVETIME
60. 1,000 millimes : DINAR
61. Ride : POKEFUNAT
62. Catcher : SNARE
63. Horoscope data : STARSIGNS
1. Affirmed in court : SWORETO
2. "Put a lid on it!" : PIPEDOWN
3. Not as a group : ONEBYONE
4. TV dog : REN
5. 'Vette option : TTOP
6. Bit : SHRED
7. Those who wait : BIDERS
8. Play again : REENACT
9. About 20% of the earth's land: Abbr. : AFR
10. Footnote abbr. : ETSEQ
11. Disco-era duds : LEISURESUIT
12. Rather than, with "of" : INLIEU
13. "Stalag 17" star, 1953 : HOLDEN
14. Still waiting to go out : UNSENT
21. They're changed frequently : BABIES
23. Option for some long trips : SLEEPINGCAR
25. "Terrif!" : MARV
27. One of die Planeten : ERDE
31. Antique photos : SEPIAS
33. Stink maker : BRAT
35. Flashy basket : DUNK
37. Seductive : ENTICING
38. Drummer : SALESMAN
40. Male character in French pantomime : PIERROT
42. Some stanzas : SESTETS
43. Ochlophobist's dread : CROWDS
44. Finished : CAMEIN
45. "The Third Man" setting : VIENNA
47. Three-person team : TROIKA
50. Three-time World Cup skiing champion : MAHRE
51. Hero, at times : SAVER
55. Play directors : REFS
58. Infielders' stat. : DPS
59. Honey eater of New Zealand : TUI

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