New York Times, Wednesday, January 28, 2004

Author: Jim Hyres
Editor: Will Shortz
Jim Hyres
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQW} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Hyres. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Ford or Chevrolet : MAKE
5. Far from cordial : ALOOF
10. Waffle House alternative : IHOP
14. Tel ___ : AVIV
15. Kind of toast : MELBA
16. In the altogether : NUDE
17. Event advertised in the classifieds : GARAGESALE
19. Clean Air Act target : SMOG
20. Constriction of the pupil : MIOSIS
21. Stumpers? : ORATORS
23. One of the Chipmunks : ALVIN
24. Spark plug, e.g. : IGNITER
26. Electrical glitch : VOLTAGESPIKE
30. Basilica part : APSE
33. Slippery ___ : ELM
34. Time piece? : ESSAY
35. Jungfrau is one : ALP
36. Fighters at Lexington : MILITIA
39. One past due? : TRE
40. Actress Witherspoon : REESE
42. Enjoy, with "up" : EAT
43. Part of Air France's fleet until 2003 : SSTS
44. Place to buy wine : PACKAGESTORE
48. Boarders : TENANTS
49. Crop up : ARISE
53. Sportscasting position : ANALYST
55. Web mags : EZINES
56. It has a pocket : MITT
57. Time appropriate for 17-, 26- and 44-Across? : MIDDLEAGES
60. Nebraska tribe : OTOE
61. Robin player of 1938 : ERROL
62. Rich source : LODE
63. "The King and I" co-star : KERR
64. Fits together : NESTS
65. Charon crossed it : STYX
1. Source of igneous rock : MAGMA
2. Benefit : AVAIL
3. Bolshoi rival : KIROV
4. Hard to pin down : EVASIVE
5. Skunk River city : AMES
6. Guitar great Paul : LES
7. Commercial suffix with Rock : OLA
8. Shaped like a fish stick : OBLONG
9. Spenser's "The ___ Queene" : FAERIE
10. Parts of feet : INSTEPS
11. Will Rogers and others : HUMORISTS
12. A hound may pick it up : ODOR
13. Tent holders : PEGS
18. 1992 Heisman winner ___ Torretta : GINO
22. Cruising : ATSEA
24. "___ never work!" : ITLL
25. Most off-tasting : GAMIEST
27. Gift that's hung around the neck : LEI
28. Go-___ : KART
29. Peepers : EYES
30. 50+ org. : AARP
31. "Nolo," for instance : PLEA
32. Eventgoer : SPECTATOR
36. First A.F.L.-C.I.O. president : MEANY
37. Makes lace : TATS
38. 1995 trial name : ITO
41. Helter-___ : SKELTER
43. Soaps, e.g. : SERIALS
45. Some meter readers : GASMEN
46. Unbroken : ENTIRE
47. Bulldoze : RAZE
50. Bullion unit : INGOT
51. Like a fleabag : SEEDY
52. Reo contemporary : ESSEX
53. Out of control : AMOK
54. Marquee time : NITE
55. Conduit bends : ELLS
58. E.R. workers : DRS
59. Ellipsis part : DOT

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