New York Times, Tuesday, August 17, 2004

Author: Gene Newman
Editor: Will Shortz
Gene Newman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FQWXZ} This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Newman. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. ___ the Red : ERIC
5. Fragrant blossom : LILAC
10. "Right on!" : AMEN
14. Woodworking groove : DADO
15. Excitedly : ABOIL
16. Stack : PILE
17. He wrote "Utopia" in an ancient language : THOMASMORE
19. Yard sale tag : ASIS
20. Partner of "ifs" and "ands" : BUTS
21. Arterial trunks : AORTAS
23. Do a favor : OBLIGE
26. Be charitable : DONATE
28. Tilted : LEANED
29. Oxidize : RUST
30. A.A.A. suggestion: Abbr. : RTE
33. Office stamp : DATER
34. Better halves : MATES
35. Disney Store item : CEL
36. "How Sweet ___" : ITIS
37. Mocks : JAPES
38. Something that shouldn't be left hanging : CHAD
39. Twilight time to a poet : EEN
40. More immense : HUGER
41. Rear : RAISE
42. TV prog. with a different host each week : SNL
43. Cupid's counterpart : AMOR
44. Author Lee : HARPER
45. Inner circle member : OLDBOY
47. Keats and others : ODISTS
48. Hogan dweller : NAVAJO
50. Seed cover : ARIL
51. Oscar winner Guinness : ALEC
52. Blind poet who often wrote in an ancient language : JOHNMILTON
58. Desertlike : SERE
59. Gladden : ELATE
60. Dust Bowl refugee : OKIE
61. Pianist Dame Myra : HESS
62. Dravidian language : TAMIL
63. ___ contendere : NOLO
1. Summer hrs. in N.J. : EDT
2. Cheer : RAH
3. Life-changing statement : IDO
4. Farm vehicles : COMBINES
5. Endured : LASTED
6. Many P.C.'s : IBMS
7. London lav : LOO
8. Vacuum's lack : AIR
9. Purifies : CLEANSES
10. Not close : APART
11. He taught an ancient language in film : MISTERCHIPS
12. Old London Magazine essayist : ELIA
13. Celebrated Prohibition-era lawman : NESS
18. Tool with a cross handle : AUGER
22. Feedbag feed : OATS
23. "Golden" things : OLDIES
24. Vanquished : BEATEN
25. What 17- and 52-Across and 11-Down all were : LATINLOVERS
26. Curtain : DRAPERY
27. North Carolina's ___ Banks : OUTER
31. Some china : TEASET
32. Church V.I.P.'s : ELDERS
34. Myopic cartoon character : MAGOO
37. Certain Boeing : JUMBOJET
38. Church music maker : CARILLON
40. Muslim pilgrimage : HADJ
41. Arm bones : RADII
44. Spam producer : HORMEL
46. Adds punch to, as punch : LACES
48. Bygone auto : NASH
49. Toward shelter : ALEE
50. Not pro : ANTI
53. Commercial suffix with Motor : OLA
54. Biblical ark passenger : HAM
55. Ref's decision : TKO
56. 3-in-One product : OIL
57. "The Matrix" role : NEO

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