New York Times, Thursday, August 19, 2004

Author: Ed Early
Editor: Will Shortz
Ed Early
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FGJQXZ} This is puzzle # 36 for Mr. Early. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
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1. Fair-sized garden : ACRE
5. Tater : SPUD
9. Cue user : ACTOR
14. "Mon ___!" : DIEU
15. Garr of film : TERI
16. Carrying out the garbage, e.g. : CHORE
17. Impugn : DISCREDIT
19. "My Friend" of 1950's TV and others : IRMAS
20. What Satan gets from poison ivy? : THEWICKEDITCH
22. With 45-Across, book title with a hint to this puzzle's theme : WHERES
24. Chinese dynasty of 2,000 years ago : HAN
25. Underground facility : SILO
26. Foreshadowed : BODED
27. Like some lines : DOTTED
29. G.I.'s address : APO
30. Orderly phrase that can follow one, two or three : ATATIME
34. Money earned by a hospital worker? : INTERNREVENUE
39. When there may be censorship : WARTIME
40. New Deal agcy. : NRA
42. Corps member : MARINE
45. See 22-Across : WALDO
47. Spray target : ODOR
48. Big name in ISP's : AOL
51. "Aieeeee!," e.g. : SHRIEK
52. Donation for crackpots? : DOLLARSTONUTS
55. Film director Kenton and others : ERLES
56. Pertaining to the lower skull bone : OCCIPITAL
59. Hardly accepting : LEERY
60. Truckful : LOAD
61. Architect Saarinen : EERO
62. Clipped : TERSE
63. Alternatively : ELSE
64. Vitamin amts. : RDAS
1. Word on a dipstick : ADD
2. Year in Trajan's reign : CII
3. Used as a chair : RESTEDON
4. Cheat, slangily : EUCHRE
5. They may be Irish : STEWS
6. Prefix with cab : PEDI
7. "Spenser: For Hire" star : URICH
8. Bears Hall-of-Famer Mike : DITKA
9. It has a low pH : ACID
10. Name : CHRISTEN
11. Wren, for one : TOMTIT
12. Answer provider : ORACLE
13. Like work horses, often : RESHOD
18. Matting material : REED
21. Salad leaf : ENDIVE
22. I.B.F. rival : WBA
23. Kachina doll maker : HOPI
28. Cockney's residence : OME
30. State of lateness : ARREAR
31. Blaster : TNT
32. Uris hero ___ Ben Canaan : ARI
33. Pro ___ : TEM
35. Majorettes, e.g. : TWIRLERS
36. Suffix with Euclid : EAN
37. Like some stocks : UNLISTED
38. Second planet past Merkur : ERDE
41. In perfect condition : AOK
42. Product introduced in 1908 "for the great multitude" : MODELT
43. Renée of silents : ADOREE
44. Painting aid : ROLLER
45. Trounce : WHUP
46. More pretentious : ARTIER
49. "___ Mio" : OSOLE
50. Rank above maj. : LTCOL
51. Sarcastic : SNIDE
53. "___ sow ..." : ASYE
54. Wood sorrels : OCAS
57. Coach Parseghian : ARA
58. ___ Alamitos, Calif. : LOS

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