New York Times, Saturday, August 28, 2004

Author: Dana Motley
Editor: Will Shortz
Dana Motley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 23 for Ms. Motley. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Kind of engr. : MECH
5. Quiverful, e.g. : SHEAF
10. Cudgel : DRUB
14. String of numbers? : OLIO
15. Col. Klink's secretary : HELGA
16. Brutus's blood vessel : VENA
17. It's full of cuts : MEATMARKET
19. Lift innovator : OTIS
20. Green shade : AVOCADO
21. Editor's request : REWRITE
23. One may carry off carrion : HYENA
25. Pseudologue : LIAR
26. Europeans, to colonial Indians : SAHIBS
29. Bagatelles : TRINKETS
33. Lew Wallace's "Ben-Hur: ___ of the Christ" : ATALE
34. Position : STAND
35. Dr.'s order : MRI
36. It may be in a split : VANILLAICECREAM
39. Physics 12-Down : ERG
40. Blois is on it : LOIRE
41. 1953 Louis L'Amour novel : HONDO
42. Follower : DISCIPLE
44. Conversation opener : LISTEN
45. It'll give you the edge : HONE
46. Economizes, with "down" : SLIMS
48. Boilerplate word : THEREAT
51. Like some kings : ONEEYED
55. Rods and such : HEAT
56. Sequin alternative : RHINESTONE
58. Trough site : EAVE
59. Gone, in a way : EATEN
60. Degas detail : TUTU
61. African antelope : ORYX
62. Some gowns : DIORS
63. Wedding couple? : IDOS
1. N.Y.C. tourist attraction : MOMA
2. Peak stat. : ELEV
3. Giorgio's greeting : CIAO
4. It may have an alarm rating : HOTCHILI
5. Window shopper's purchase? : SHADES
6. Marsh fisher : HERON
7. Forest ranger : ELK
8. "Happy Days Are Here Again" composer : AGER
9. Indicator of success in life, to a palmist : FATELINE
10. "Songs My Mother Taught Me" composer : DVORAK
11. It's no longer working : RETIREMENT
12. See 39-Across : UNIT
13. Kind of pay or path : BASE
18. Big makeup maker : MAYBELLINE
22. Porch item : WINDCHIMES
24. Arrays : ATTIRES
26. On disk, say : SAVED
27. Combat producer : ATARI
28. Is very burdensome : HANGSHEAVY
30. Run for the money : RACE
31. Reciprocity : TRADE
32. One who says a lot? : SIMON
34. Make a wake : SAIL
37. Like a basset : LOPEARED
38. "The Blessed Damozel" poet : ROSSETTI
43. Learning center : CORTEX
44. Department store section : LINENS
47. Company avoider : LONER
48. Vincent Van Gogh's brother : THEO
49. Sense, in a way : HEAR
50. Alternative to Chinese or Indian : THAI
52. Common contraction : YOUD
53. Inner opening? : ENTO
54. Evan S. Connell's "___ lo Volt!" : DEUS
57. Drafter of the Meiji constitution : ITO

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