New York Times, Saturday, August 14, 2004

Author: Joe DiPietro
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe DiPietro
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 67 for Mr. DiPietro. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Fill : SATE
5. Puppets : MENOFSTRAW
15. Blockage : CLOG
16. Question from the back seat : AREWETHERE
17. Excitedly : AGOG
18. Napery : TABLELINEN
19. Decrease the production (of) : MAKELESS
21. Beginning of time? : ONEAD
22. Fancy : ADORE
23. Fire extinguishers : DOUSERS
25. Foes of the Seminoles : GATORS
27. 3.7 x 10 to the 10th power disintegrations per second, to a physicist : CURIE
28. Certain Arab : OMANI
29. Ideal match, it's said, for a Cabernet Sauvignon : RARESTEAK
33. Kind of seat : BOX
34. Break time, often : TENAM
35. Buddy, in slang : ACE
36. Wasn't generous with : SKIMPEDON
39. Group belonging to the same rank : CASTE
41. Top spot? : AERIE
42. Give : CAVEIN
43. 1997 Stallone film : COPLAND
46. Thomas Mann novella "___ Kröger" : TONIO
47. "I'm gone" : ADIOS
48. Flip over : GOMADFOR
51. Temporary lodging : PIEDATERRE
54. 1950's-60's TV horse : FURY
55. Having little support : OUTONALIMB
56. Sailing along : ASEA
57. Good bettors follow it : SMARTMONEY
58. Shockingly bright : NEON
1. Cozenage : SCAM
2. Eukaryotic organism : ALGA
3. Went faster than by foot, say : TOOKATAXI
4. Exhorted : EGGEDON
5. Mums : MATERS
6. Wipe : ERASE
7. Bills : NEBS
8. Symbol of Minerva : OWL
9. It's often fixed : FEE
10. Super Bowl champs of 2000 : STLOUIS
11. Not laid on thick : THINSET
12. She played Irene in "Me, Myself & Irene" : RENEE
13. Backward : AREAR
14. Proceeds : WENDS
20. Romance author Foster : LORI
23. Longtime Leonard foe : DURAN
24. Its nickname is "Family City, U.S.A." : OREM
25. A lot : GOBS
26. Crazily : AMOK
27. Woodskin, e.g. : CANOE
29. Made over : REDID
30. Feature of good design : EASEOFUSE
31. Start of a show : ACTI
32. Biting : KEEN
34. It has a forked tail : TERN
37. Foulness : MALODOR
38. Robert Burns, the ___ Bard : PEASANT
39. Galilee town in John 2:1 : CANA
40. Follower and then some : AVIDFAN
42. Obtain : COMEBY
43. Family heads : CAPOS
44. Loathing : ODIUM
45. Noted Italian marble : PIETA
46. "Careless Hands" crooner, 1949 : TORME
48. Show of amusement : GRIN
49. Wafers-and-creme treat : OREO
50. Baseball's first $1 million/year player : RYAN
52. Topper : TAM
53. "Olé ___" (1976 rock album) : ELO

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