New York Times, Monday, July 19, 2004

Author: Nancy Salomon and Kendall Twigg
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Salomon
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1868/13/199511/7/2012116
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1.581521
Kendall Twigg
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47/19/20048/1/20053
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0400000
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1.55000

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JKQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 124 for Ms. Salomon. This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Twigg. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Big blowout : BASH
5. Vehicles with meters : CABS
9. Like some committees : ADHOC
14. Charles Lamb's nom de plume : ELIA
15. Cookie with creme inside : OREO
16. Takes a card from the pile : DRAWS
17. Where to order egg salad : DELI
18. Flintstone fellow : FRED
19. Designer Karan : DONNA
20. Practically gives away : SELLSFORASONG
23. Whole lot : SLEW
24. Restless : UNEASY
27. Bandleader Shaw : ARTIE
29. Big galoots : APES
31. "Vive le ___!" : ROI
32. Faint from rapture : SWOON
33. Waterless : ARID
34. Mulligatawny, for one : SOUP
35. Starts telling a different story : CHANGESONESTUNE
38. Theme park attraction : RIDE
39. Bringing up the rear : LAST
40. Magician's rods : WANDS
41. Gallery display : ART
42. One who's suckered : DUPE
43. Voting districts : WARDS
44. Pushed snow aside : PLOWED
46. Saucy : PERT
47. Prepares to be punished : FACESTHEMUSIC
53. Desperately want : CRAVE
55. Homeboy's turf : HOOD
56. Hurry up : RUSH
57. Macho guys : HEMEN
58. English princess : ANNE
59. River in an Agatha Christie title : NILE
60. Apply, as pressure : EXERT
61. Not the original color : DYED
62. Meal in a pot : STEW
1. People retire to these spots : BEDS
2. Toward the sheltered side : ALEE
3. Window feature : SILL
4. Dangerous bit of precipitation : HAILSTONE
5. Morning eyeopener : COFFEE
6. Turn signal : ARROW
7. Brewski : BEER
8. Word after baking or club : SODA
9. Extras : ADDONS
10. Speak in a monotone : DRONE
11. Loiter : HANGAROUND
12. Part of B.Y.O.B. : OWN
13. Jefferson Davis org. : CSA
21. David's weapon, in the Bible : SLING
22. Soft leather : SUEDE
25. Pings and dings : SOUNDS
26. "Holy mackerel!" : YIPES
27. Spinning : AWHIRL
28. Celebrity's upward path : ROADTOFAME
29. Cropped up : AROSE
30. Pub offering : PINT
32. Throw out : SCRAP
33. "On the double!" : ASAP
34. Bravura performances : STARTURNS
36. Escape the detection of : ELUDE
37. Bunch of bees : SWARM
42. Not half bad : DECENT
43. Pulled dandelions, say : WEEDED
45. Be indecisive : WAVER
46. Give a buzz : PHONE
48. Certain herring : SHAD
49. Chichi : TONY
50. Clubs or hearts : SUIT
51. Capri, for one : ISLE
52. Enjoy some gum : CHEW
53. Friend of Fidel : CHE
54. Mystery author Stout : REX

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