New York Times, Monday, February 9, 2004

Author: Robert Dillman
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert Dillman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FJQUXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 19 for Mr. Dillman. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. People who make you yawn : BORES
6. Tibetan monk : LAMA
10. British fellow : CHAP
14. Crème de la crème : ELITE
15. Had payments due : OWED
16. Part of a Valentine bouquet : ROSE
17. Greek marketplace : AGORA
18. Glenn Miller's "In the ___" : MOOD
19. Leave out : OMIT
20. Testifier in a court case : MATERIALWITNESS
23. Sea eagles : ERNS
24. "___ will be done ..." : THY
25. Event with floats : PARADE
29. Female in a pride : LIONESS
33. Hebrew prophet : AMOS
34. Be enraptured : SWOON
36. Animal that beats its chest : APE
37. Pleasant excursion : SIGHTSEEINGTRIP
41. Golf peg : TEE
42. Abominates : HATES
43. Gillette razor : ATRA
44. Regards highly : ESTEEMS
46. Mother of Joseph : RACHEL
48. Wayne film "___ Bravo" : RIO
49. Prayer's end : AMEN
51. Top of a tall building, maybe : OBSERVATIONDECK
59. After-bath powder : TALC
60. Fed chairman Greenspan : ALAN
61. Harold who composed "Over the Rainbow" : ARLEN
62. Gait faster than a walk : TROT
63. Film part : ROLE
64. Cotton thread : LISLE
65. Disastrous marks for a gymnast : ONES
66. Gardener's spring purchase : SEED
67. Outpouring : SPATE
1. Smile widely : BEAM
2. Korbut of the 1972 Olympics : OLGA
3. Very funny person : RIOT
4. Raison d'___ : ETRE
5. Charred : SEARED
6. Fictional salesman Willy : LOMAN
7. M.P.'s hunt them : AWOLS
8. Pussy's cry : MEOW
9. Building wing : ADDITION
10. Actor Hume : CRONYN
11. Where the heart is, they say : HOME
12. Sale tag caution : ASIS
13. Dogs, but rarely hogs : PETS
21. Anger : IRE
22. Daring bikini : THONG
25. Stickum : PASTE
26. French girlfriends : AMIES
27. Synonym man : ROGET
28. Cigarette's end : ASH
29. Colleague of Clark at The Daily Planet : LOIS
30. Our planet : EARTH
31. Steeple : SPIRE
32. Flower part : SEPAL
34. Film designers' designs : SETS
35. Tiny : WEE
38. Not our : THEIR
39. Tea urns : SAMOVARS
40. Tic-___-toe : TAC
45. Builds : ERECTS
46. ___ Speedwagon : REO
47. Chronicles : ANNALS
49. "It is ___ told by an idiot": Macbeth : ATALE
50. Dug up : MINED
51. ___ the Great (10th-century king) : OTTO
52. Building near a silo : BARN
53. __ gin fizz : SLOE
54. ___ vera : ALOE
55. What icicles do : DRIP
56. Lohengrin's love : ELSA
57. Boston cager, informally : CELT
58. Leg's middle : KNEE

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