New York Times, Monday, July 28, 2003

Author: Gregory E. Paul
Editor: Will Shortz
Gregory E. Paul
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 107 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Take out of the freezer : THAW
5. Whole lot : SLEW
9. Nuclear weapon, in old headlines : ABOMB
14. Atmosphere : AURA
15. Fish in a salad : TUNA
16. Confederate general, for short : RELEE
17. Customer : USER
18. Battery fluid : ACID
19. Momentary flash : GLINT
20. "Pshaw!" : THATSRIDICULOUS
23. The Amish, e.g. : SECT
24. Spanish king : REY
25. Show the effects of weight : SAG
28. Coffee container : THERMOS
31. "___ your age!" : ACT
34. Pick up the tab for : TREAT
36. "In what way?" : HOW
37. Like rush hour traffic : SLOW
38. "Pshaw!" : AREYOUKIDDINGME
42. Gift on a first date, maybe : ROSE
43. Can metal : TIN
44. Pilot light : FLAME
45. She sheep : EWE
46. Kitchen set : DINETTE
49. End a fast : EAT
50. Cul-de-___ : SAC
51. Warlike god : ARES
53. "Pshaw!" : DONTMAKEMELAUGH
61. Knock for ___ : ALOOP
62. Sen. Bayh of Indiana : EVAN
63. Lumber source : TREE
64. Wait on : SERVE
65. Blend : MELD
66. Composer Stravinsky : IGOR
67. Four-bagger : HOMER
68. Whom a hunter hunts : PREY
69. Verne captain : NEMO
1. Tightly strung : TAUT
2. "Pipe down!" : HUSH
3. Vicinity : AREA
4. ___ and all including faults) : WARTS
5. Laundry stiffener : STARCH
6. Transparent plastic : LUCITE
7. "National Velvet" author Bagnold : ENID
8. Dry riverbed : WADI
9. States one's case : ARGUES
10. "Button" site : BELLY
11. Miscellany : OLIO
12. Restaurant posting : MENU
13. "All ___ are off!" : BETS
21. Bench-clearing incident : SETTO
22. Not leave enough room : CROWD
25. Blank look : STARE
26. Cupid's projectile : ARROW
27. Silly ones : GEESE
29. German wine valley : RHINE
30. Fashionable, in the 60's : MOD
31. Pond buildup : ALGAE
32. Pause indicator : COMMA
33. Sound from a nest : TWEET
35. Favorable vote : AYE
37. Weekend TV show, for short : SNL
39. City east of Syracuse : UTICA
40. Family : KIN
41. #1 Beatles hit "___ Fine" : IFEEL
46. Certain piano pedal : DAMPER
47. Tex-Mex treat : TAMALE
48. Hip : TRENDY
50. Hotpoint appliance : STOVE
52. Fine blouse material : SATIN
53. Salt amount : DASH
54. Butter alternative : OLEO
55. Typical amount : NORM
56. Dole's running mate, 1996 : KEMP
57. At any time : EVER
58. Press upon : URGE
59. Subj. with circles and such : GEOM
60. Person with a medal, maybe : HERO

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