New York Times, Saturday, July 31, 2004

Author: Byron Walden
Editor: Will Shortz
Byron Walden
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 26 Missing: {QVXZ} This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Walden. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
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1. 1971 Bond girl portrayer : JILLSTJOHN
11. It's often given a red coat : EDAM
15. Something that may be twisted apart : OREOCOOKIE
16. Deal : COPE
17. Fancied : COTTONEDTO
18. Language of the 1983 film title "Koyaanisqatsi" : HOPI
19. Contracted into folds : KNITTED
20. They may be blowing in the wind : SPORES
22. Plus-or-minus fig. : EST
23. 1998 name in the news : TRIPP
26. Get set to shoot : AIMAT
27. It may put you in a difficult position : YOGA
29. Modest : SMALLSCALE
31. Thackeray's "The Book of ___" : SNOBS
33. "It's all ___" : ANACT
34. Dungeons & Dragons co., once : TSR
35. Kind of story : SHAGGYDOG
38. G.E. co-founder : TAE
41. It may fill up your tank : ALGAE
42. Keep from desiccating : REWET
46. Jet-setters : HIGHFLIERS
49. Ballyshannon's river : ERNE
50. Corn problem : ERGOT
51. Conical dryers : OASTS
53. It's hard to get a grip on : ICE
54. Over : ACROSS
56. Shirt that leaves the midriff exposed : CROPTOP
58. Applied oneself (to) : TOOK
59. Request to a cabby : PULLINHERE
62. Capacity : ROLE
63. Oscar nominee for "A Man and a Woman" : ANOUKAIMEE
64. Soprano Ameling : ELLY
65. Untold : NUMBERLESS
1. They're usually short ... or shorts : JOCKEYS
2. Affixes, in a way : IRONSON
3. "Move on" : LETITGO
4. Senator who succeeded John Stennis : LOTT
5. "Gladiator" director : SCOTT
6. Some cartridges' contents : TONERS
7. Famed streaker of 1941 : JOEDIMAGGIO
8. Let pass : OKD
9. Chart maker : HIT
10. Hardly classicists : NEOS
11. Making a comeback? : ECHOIC
12. Punching bag, so to speak : DOORMAT
13. Kind of court : APPEALS
14. Expert, slangily : MEISTER
21. One who may marry repeatedly : PASTOR
24. Supercontinent of 200+ million years ago : PANGAEA
25. 1998 Ice Cube film, with "The" : PLAYERSCLUB
28. Exerciser's pride : ABS
30. Plasma alternative, for short : LCD
32. Lift passages : SHAFTS
36. Tied, in a way : ALL
37. Thou : GEE
38. Globe, e.g. : THEATRE
39. Send a jet over? : AIRCOOL
40. Dim sum selection : EGGROLL
43. Correspondence request : WRITEME
44. Added numbers : ENCORES
45. Mobile homes : TEEPEES
47. Something to play : HOOKEY
48. Forty-niner's fantasy : STRIKE
52. Aid in removal of mines : SONAR
55. Arch : SPAN
57. "Buck Rogers" novelist Nowlan : PHIL
60. Big name in Burmese history : UNU
61. Actor in Pink Panther films : LOM

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