New York Times, Friday, January 2, 2004

Author: Sherry O. Blackard
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 27 Missing: {FJQXYZ} Spans: 6, (2 triple stacks) This is puzzle # 30 for Ms. Blackard. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. "O Captain! My Captain!," e.g. : DIRGE
6. What some watches display: Abbr. : SECS
10. Watch things, for short : LCDS
14. "All ___" (1967 Temptations hit) : INEED
15. Choice for small toiletries : ETUI
16. Company whose name is derived from a passage in Hosea : ELAL
17. Watch : STANDGUARD
19. Musher's goal in March : NOME
20. Places for roots : CELLARS
21. "Hmmm ..." : LETSSEE
23. It began in A.D. 800: Abbr. : HRE
24. Town in east Umbria : ASSISI
26. It may get licked: Abbr. : ENV
27. Pioneer in scholasticism : ANSELM
30. Part of un opéra : ACTE
31. One doing garden work? : BEE
32. 1969 film character who said "I'm walkin' here! I'm walkin' here!" : RATSO
33. Bond : GLUE
34. "As I Lay Dying" family name : TULL
35. Montana's ___ National Park : GLACIER
37. Writing of St. Basil the Great : EPISTLE
39. "A Dream" artist : ERTE
40. Physics Nobelist Fitch and others : VALS
42. Jackal genus : CANIS
43. Third of September? : PEE
44. Shakespeare's Gertrude, e.g. : DANE
45. Violent upheaval : THROES
46. Clark's "Mogambo" co-star : AVA
47. Bromide : OLDSAW
49. It follows a chain in the military: Abbr. : CMD
50. Carrier of Bellerophon, in myth : PEGASUS
52. Having a richer white hue : MILKIER
55. Hydrocarbon endings : ENES
56. Goose-pimply : ALLATINGLE
58. Something Eric the Red read : RUNE
59. Georgia O'Keeffe's "___ Pueblo" : TAOS
60. 9000 cars : SAABS
61. "La Scala di ___" (Rossini opera) : SETA
62. Some lifesavers : EMTS
63. Hiding place in "Hamlet" : ARRAS
1. Service enders : DISCHARGEPAPERS
2. It doesn't include customs : INTERNALREVENUE
3. Bathroom shower, at times : REALESTATEAGENT
4. Pentagon fig. : GENL
5. Snorri Sturluson story : EDDA
6. Yooks' and Zooks' creator : SEUSS
7. Announcement over the P.A. : ETA
8. Script extras : CURLICUES
9. Skirt : SIDESTEP
10. See-through item : LENS
11. "Almost!" : CLOSEBUTNOCIGAR
12. Toasted singer? : DAMENELLIEMELBA
13. Summery attire : SLEEVELESSDRESS
18. Unit of fat : GRAM
22. Wed : TIE
25. "A wild sort of devil" in song : SAL
28. Verb ending : ESCE
29. Napoleonic law : LOI
33. Sweeping success : GRANDSLAM
34. Old overlord : TSAR
36. Weigh : EVALUATE
38. First person in Frankfurt? : ICH
41. Baudelaire's "___ fleurs du mal" : LES
44. Recommended behavior : DOS
45. Dweeb : TWIT
48. Build a reserve of : AMASS
51. Where liners go : ASEA
53. Soprano Saffer : LISA
54. Bump on a log : KNAR
57. Great deal : LOT

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