New York Times, Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Author: Stella Daily and Bruce Venzke
Editor: Will Shortz
Stella Daily
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQV} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 4 for Ms. Daily. This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Venzke. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. With the bow, in music : ARCO
5. Dutch pottery city : DELFT
10. Disney clownfish : NEMO
14. Satirical Mort : SAHL
15. Writer Zola : EMILE
16. Plow team : OXEN
17. Author Silverstein : SHEL
18. Like some panels : SOLAR
19. Diamond complement : NINE
20. 1994 Ethan Hawke movie : REALITYBITES
23. D.C. baseballer : NAT
24. Choler : IRE
25. Singers James and Jones : ETTAS
28. Nougat candies introduced in 1922 : CHARLESTONCHEWS
33. Milo of "Ulysses" : OSHEA
34. Luau strings : UKE
35. Run without moving : IDLE
36. Like tumblers : ACROBATIC
40. Use an old phone : DIAL
43. Ram's ma'am : EWE
44. Capital at 12,000 feet : LAPAZ
48. "Monty Python" birds : AFRICANSWALLOWS
52. Gaynor of "South Pacific" : MITZI
53. Airline's home base : HUB
54. Teachers' org. : NEA
55. Some e-mailed news reports : DAILYDIGESTS
60. Leopold's 1920's co-defendant : LOEB
62. Cook in a wok, perhaps : SAUTE
63. Sweep's schmutz : SOOT
65. Book after Proverbs: Abbr. : ECCL
66. Tree with catkins : ALDER
67. Heavy reading? : TOME
68. Siouan speaker : OTOE
69. Rebellious years, often : TEENS
70. Snick-or-___ : SNEE
1. Chucklehead : ASS
2. Cheering section cheers : RAHRAHS
3. Fastest land animal : CHEETAH
4. Spicy stew, or its pot : OLLA
5. Hanker for : DESIRE
6. Is histrionic : EMOTES
7. Pad producer : LILY
8. Spare tire, so to speak : FLAB
9. Dustin's "Tootsie" co-star : TERI
10. Hardly aboveboard : NONETHICAL
11. Used to be : EXISTED
12. Game pieces : MEN
13. Calorie count of some diet drinks : ONE
21. Purplish : LILAC
22. Gumshoe : TEC
23. Sgt. or cpl. : NCO
26. Shoemaker's tool : AWL
27. Chicago-to-Miami dir. : SSE
29. Within reach, as a goal : REALIZABLE
30. Down the ___ : TUBES
31. River to the Volga : OKA
32. Tightrope walker's need : NET
37. Stephen of "The Crying Game" : REA
38. Have in hand : OWN
39. "Well, ___!" : ILLBE
40. Hoover, e.g. : DAM
41. "See ___ care!" : IFI
42. Erte forte : ARTDECO
45. Seaplane float : PONTOON
46. "Totally cool!" : AWESOME
47. When doubled, sister of Eva : ZSA
49. Early second-century year : CII
50. Make less dingy : WHITEN
51. Boring tools : AUGERS
56. Aspiring J.D.'s exam : LSAT
57. Where the Clintons met : YALE
58. Fellow, slangily : DUDE
59. J.F.K. landers, once : SSTS
60. Late July baby : LEO
61. When the Supreme Court reconvenes: Abbr. : OCT
64. Ball raiser : TEE

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