Brendan Emmett Quigley
Brendan Emmett Quigley

NY Times, Sun, Mar 28, 2004 DIAGRAMLESS

Author:Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor:Will Shortz
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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Thom ___ shoe stores : MCAN
5. High dudgeon : IRE
8. Directional aid : ARROW
10. Rocky hill : TOR
11. Pen pal, perhaps : AMI
14. "Family Feud" phrase : SURVEYSAYS
17. Least convincing : LAMEST
19. Iris features : AREOLAE
20. Look after, as endangered species : PROTECT
22. Sell over the Internet : ETAIL
23. Free period in high school : STUDYHALL
25. They do Windows : PCS
26. Product in a can : STP
29. "___ a zoo out there!" : ITS
30. Mapmaker's subj. : GEOG
32. Spicy cuisine : CAJUN
34. Something to "play" : POSSUM
36. You can get one in a garage : INSPECTIONSTICKER
43. Jumps in fright : STARTS
44. Org. that publishes The Crisis magazine : NAACP
45. Hindu honorifics : SRIS
46. "___ Coltrane" (1961 jazz album) : OLE
48. Brigitte, e.g. : NOM
49. Gangster's weapon : GAT
52. "Wake up!" : LOOKALIVE
56. Muscat native : OMANI
58. Stirs up : KINDLES
59. Sailor's asset : SEALEGS
61. Take the teeth out of : DISARM
62. Features on a face : WATCHHANDS
64. Middle grade : CEE
65. "___ was saying ..." : ASI
66. Number of teaspoons in a tablespoon : THREE
67. Albany's locale: Abbr. : NYS
68. Rock drummer ___ Ulrich : LARS
1. "Love Happy" actress Ilona : MASSEY
2. Support provider : CRUTCH
3. Sheet music abbr. : ARR
4. ___ Scotia : NOVA
5. Emphatic writing? : ITALIC
6. Buckingham Palace residents : ROYALS
7. Gaelic : ERSE
9. Worrisome comment from a guide : WERELOST
11. "Where Eagles Dare" setting : ALPS
12. Iron fist dictators : MARTINETS
13. Poker player's call : IMOUT
15. Thus far : YET
16. Afternoon TV offering : SOAP
18. Sked guesses: Abbr. : ETDS
21. Add as an extra : TAGON
24. "I could care ___" : LESS
26. Biol., e.g. : SCI
27. Whip but good : TAN
28. Sleepwear, for short : PJS
31. King Arthur's wife : GUINEVERE
33. FedEx competitor : UPS
34. +: Abbr. : POS
35. Popular record label : MCA
37. It's on when you're braking : CARLIGHT
38. The Beastie Boys, e.g. : TRIO
39. Reassuring words : ITSOK
40. Big 12 team: Abbr. : KAN
41. "Foucault's Pendulum" author : ECO
42. Tachometer measure, in brief : RPM
46. Cutlass or Delta 88 : OLDS
47. Purple hue : LILAC
49. "Whoa! Slow down!" : GOEASY
50. Valuable violins : AMATIS
51. Mg3Si4O10(OH)2 : TALC
53. One who isn't serious : KIDDER
54. Liqueur flavorings : ANISES
55. Salinger dedicatee : ESME
57. Old Testament book: Abbr. : NEH
59. Symbol of grace : SWAN
60. Comedian Mort : SAHL
63. Org. that gives piece a chance? : NRA

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