New York Times, Thursday, January 19, 2006

Author: Joe DiPietro
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe DiPietro
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 84 for Mr. DiPietro. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Weapon in U.S./Russ. negotiations : ICBM
5. Something picked up in a locker room : SMELL
10. "Joy of Cooking" author Rombauer : IRMA
14. Nickelodeon's "___ the Explorer" : DORA
15. Mischievous one : PIXIE
16. Us and them, maybe : FOES
17. Weaved : SPUN
18. Mountain resort : ASPEN
19. "___, old chap" : ISAY
20. Not jump in too eagerly/Where the best sales promoter shops? : STARTOUTSMALL
23. Not out : ATHOME
25. You hardly have to study for it : EASYA
26. Finger wagger's cry : SHAME
27. Late S.N.L. actor : FARLEY
31. At times/Actress Sykes's halt to putting on weight? : NOWANDAGAIN
33. Copy : APE
36. Flair : ELAN
37. You have to study for them : EXAMS
38. Way down : STEP
39. Príncipe's father : REY
40. Increase business/Run into little dog's liquor? : RAMPUPSALES
42. Some hockey scenes : MELEES
43. Olds model : ALERO
44. "That was devilish of me" : IMBAD
47. Certain discrimination : AGEISM
48. Toasting/Girl with the dried-fruit trick? : RAISINGAGLASS
53. Instant : WINK
54. Go-round : ORBIT
55. Go bad : TURN
58. "The Dark at the Top of the Stairs" playwright : INGE
59. Strain : SIEVE
60. Ali Baba, for one : ARAB
61. Penury : NEED
62. Script direction : ENTER
63. TV princess : XENA
1. Fingers : IDS
2. Lift : COP
3. Flick : BRUSHAWAY
4. Zone alternative : MANTOMAN
5. Like a fifth wheel : SPARE
6. Add moisture : MIST
7. Brief display? : EXPO
8. Stead : LIEU
9. It starts on a Wednesday : LENT
10. Polite speech introduction : IFIMAY
11. Parks and others : ROSAS
12. Farinaceous : MEALY
13. Sanctuaries : ASYLA
21. "You got that!" : AMEN
22. Witnessed : SEEN
23. Ed of "Roots" : ASNER
24. Oarlock : THOLE
27. Telecommunicator's request : FAXME
28. Wide open : AGAPE
29. Renaissance philosopher Petrus ___ : RAMUS
30. Beth for Bess, e.g. : LISP
32. It might follow a cut : DEAL
33. Unhurriedly : ATLEISURE
34. Equals : PEERS
35. ___ salt : EPSOM
38. Check addition? : SALESTAX
40. Quick, in trade names : REDI
41. Tale : SAGA
42. Like Batman and Robin : MASKED
44. Golfer Hale : IRWIN
45. Poland Spring's home : MAINE
46. Pig out : BINGE
47. Change : ALTER
49. Breather : NOSE
50. Show pleasure : GRIN
51. Aid's partner : ABET
52. Be generous : GIVE
56. Tore : RAN
57. Org. with a Sixth Man Award : NBA

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