Lee Glickstein
Lee Glickstein
Nancy Salomon
Nancy Salomon

NY Times, Sun, Oct 10, 2004 SPOONERISM CROSSWORD

Author:Lee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
Editor:Will Shortz
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: , Blocks: 38, Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Crinks with ice dream : MALTS
6. Banged fighters of Egypt : ASPS
10. Loyal Indian with a Rama : INCA
14. Crowd lie : SHOUT
15. Card to hum by : RARE
16. Object of a hog's dowel : MOON
17. Tight brown lint : TAWNY
18. Fight from a liar : GLOW
19. Groove without mace : PLOD
20. Kurds from work : BEAMMEUPSCOTTY
23. Mad Ben : FIENDS
24. Fine minds : ORES
25. Done seeing a wok : PATIENT
28. Roasted order that may be tight for lunch : BLT
29. "Moe is wee!" : ALAS
30. Beg loan : FIBULA
33. Whale skates: Abbr. : LBS
36. Moving with greed and space : LIGHTONONESFEET
39. Bork and his moss, e.g. : ETS
40. African hazers with grumps : ELANDS
41. After the doze of Clay : LATE
42. Boa's note : ARK
43. Gloria who sang "Don't Wanna Use Lou" : ESTEFAN
45. Rose gong : ERRS
47. Nursed fame in tennis : SERENA
49. Without having had a Bic of Lou's : STONECOLDSOBER
53. Skate in grail : HUGE
54. Citer of the wrong "Alice's Restaurant" : ARLO
55. Popular teener around clubs : TILEX
57. Drummer sinks : ADES
58. Mussy fan or woman : PRIG
59. Set nails : ETAIL
60. They have gay shames : METS
61. They may stink or blare : EYES
62. Maxes or fails : SENDS
1. Fix in the East is sore in this: Abbr. : MST
2. Wellville mailer : AHAB
3. Brat stack par : LOWE
4. Belly sandwich dye : TUNAFISH
5. Dock from bluing : STYMIE
6. Where Grouchos go up : ARGENTINA
7. "Years to who!" : SALUD
8. Habits and rats, in magic : PROPS
9. Wastes, in a bay : SEWS
10. Sing in for Braille : IMPORT
11. Sick working on a net : NOLTE
12. Old lies that are slightly goony : COOTS
13. Sib who had three #1 gongs : ANDY
21. Pails around these marts : MENFOLK
22. Top pipes : COLAS
25. Seeding a little nun : PALE
26. Grade it to the mound : ALIT
27. Lab tables : TAGS
28. Says fares over prude : BLESSES
31. French gird for wood : BON
32. They wouldn't shin, probably : UNDERDOGS
33. Shook beet : LEAF
34. Free, in a bat's name : BETA
35. Old-guile stun : STEN
37. Shirt and court : TERSE
38. Bets Paine : FLEABITE
42. He played a partial Dillon in the mast : ARNESS
44. Legal bender tills, in short : TNOTES
45. School for learning tales : ETUDE
46. He helps you find the west bird : ROGET
47. "Buy mad!" : SORRY
48. Dis ___ of "Malice" : ELLIE
49. Rake, not feel : SHAM
50. It's waved at a full bite : CAPE
51. Stashing dial : ELAN
52. The known ranger's real lame : REID
56. Sizes for gig buys: Abbr. : XLS

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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