New York Times, Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Author: Kurt Mengel and Jan-Michele Gianette
Editor: Will Shortz
Kurt Mengel
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQY} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Mengel. This is puzzle # 3 for Ms. Gianette. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Stow : LADE
5. Door sign at a saloon : GENTS
10. Mil. training grp. : ROTC
14. Author Bagnold : ENID
15. Ancient assembly area : AGORA
16. Early Oscar winner Jannings : EMIL
17. Creation on the sixth day : ADAM
18. Starchy tubers : TAROS
19. Title girl of a 1953 million-selling record : ANNA
20. Pianist who lost her score? : DENOTEDMUSICIAN
23. Not mad : SANE
24. Saucy : PERT
25. Cover girl who was replaced? : DEPOSEDMODEL
32. W.W. II service member : WAC
35. Dumbbell : DODO
36. Turned up : AROSE
37. Jillions : ALOT
39. Imparts : LENDS
42. Computer image : SCAN
43. Bête ___ : NOIRE
45. Prevented from swelling, maybe : ICED
47. Collect splinters, so to speak : SIT
48. Office worker who lost his cabinet? : DEFILEDCLERK
52. Pyramid part : BASE
53. They're caught in pots : EELS
56. Soldier who lost his bed? : DEBUNKEDPRIVATE
63. Busting one's back : ATIT
64. Salmon River locale : IDAHO
65. Eurasian goat : IBEX
66. Delivery area : ZONE
67. Corsica locale: Abbr. : MEDIT
68. "Scream" star Campbell : NEVE
69. Two slices of a loaf : ENDS
70. Degree-seekers' hurdles : ORALS
71. It goes tirelessly : SLED
1. Galena extract : LEAD
2. El Misti's range : ANDES
3. Goddess of the hunt : DIANA
4. Oscar winner O'Brien : EDMOND
5. Stadium take : GATE
6. "Oh, golly!" : EGAD
7. Name for an average guy? : NORM
8. They get the show on the road : TROUPE
9. Dissed, in a way : SASSED
10. Meltdown sites : REACTORS
11. Present opener? : OMNI
12. A Turner : TINA
13. Kiltie's group : CLAN
21. Sore, with "off" : TEED
22. Cookery's Rombauer : IRMA
26. Smoke-filled room figure : POL
27. Flowery words : ODE
28. Like some booms : SONIC
29. Test conductors : DOCS
30. Morales of "La Bamba" : ESAI
31. Time to give up? : LENT
32. Fairy's prop : WAND
33. Soothing stuff : ALOE
34. Salon creation : COIF
38. Roasts, really : TRIBUTES
40. Mid-seventh-century year : DCL
41. "Get it?" : SEE
44. Zing : ELAN
46. Köln crowd? : DREI
49. Nunavut native : ESKIMO
50. Property transferrer : DEEDER
51. Spacey and namesakes : KEVINS
54. Tag : LABEL
55. Canyon in the comics : STEVE
56. Knock silly : DAZE
57. Harrow rival : ETON
58. Tough spot : BIND
59. Man Ray's genre : DADA
60. Punxsutawney name : PHIL
61. Raises a stink? : ROTS
62. Marked, in a way : EXED

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