New York Times, Monday, March 13, 2006

Author: Bernice Gordon
Editor: Will Shortz
Bernice Gordon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 100 for Ms. Gordon. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Role to play : PART
5. Poison ivy woe : ITCH
9. In ___ (not yet born) : UTERO
14. Worker in the garden : HOER
15. Connecting point : NODE
16. Word before and after say : NEVER
17. "My Friend ___" of 50's TV : IRMA
18. Mangled : TORN
19. Words before "So sue me!" : ILIED
20. Vain : STUCKONONESELF
23. Hurried : HASTY
24. It "has fleas" in an old ditty : MYDOG
25. A few : SOME
28. Forward flow : ONRUSH
32. "That was bad of you!" : TSK
35. Claw : TALON
38. Pay the kitty : ANTE
39. Vane : SAILONAWINDMILL
43. Alan of "M*A*S*H" : ALDA
44. French cubist Fernand ___ : LEGER
45. Big ___ (circus) : TOP
46. Mischief-maker : RASCAL
49. Hornswoggle : HOAX
51. Poet T. S. ___ : ELIOT
54. Apportions (out) : METES
58. Vein : STREAKINMARBLE
62. Powdered cleaning agent : BORAX
63. Guy with an Irish Rose, on old Broadway : ABIE
64. Delete : XOUT
65. Question to the Lord in Matthew 26 : ISITI
66. Shout : YELL
67. Prefix with scope : ENDO
68. Goes a few rounds in the ring (with) : BOXES
69. Not delete : STET
70. Glimpsed : SEEN
1. Look for people to scam online : PHISH
2. Major blood conveyor : AORTA
3. Story-telling uncle : REMUS
4. Pieces of land to develop : TRACTS
5. Put ___ words : INTO
6. Bugs Bunny or Wile E. Coyote : TOON
7. Computer information holder : CDROM
8. Funnyman Youngman : HENNY
9. A choir may sing in it : UNISON
10. Old Western Union delivery : TELEGRAM
11. Foul doings : EVIL
12. Where a yacht might run aground : REEF
13. City reg. : ORD
21. Capital of Japan before 22-Down : KYOTO
22. Old name for Tokyo : EDO
26. Homo sapiens : MAN
27. Airline to Tel Aviv : ELAL
29. Condo, e.g. : UNIT
30. Normandy invasion town : STLO
31. "S.O.S.!" : HELP
32. Nicholas II was the last one : TSAR
33. Room in una casa : SALA
34. See 59-Down : KIDS
36. Be in the red : OWE
37. "And stay by my cradle till morning is ___" : NIGH
40. Mangle : LACERATE
41. Prefix with classical : NEO
42. Many an Arthur Miller work : DRAMA
47. One of the Carringtons on "Dynasty" : ALEXIS
48. ___ Fail, Irish coronation stone : LIA
50. Son of Darius I : XERXES
52. Green-lights : OKAYS
53. Lhasa's land : TIBET
55. Hearty steak : TBONE
56. Give the slip : ELUDE
57. Attack : SETON
58. Neither good nor bad : SOSO
59. Cereal for 34-Down : TRIX
60. Alexandria's river : NILE
61. Go soft, as butter : MELT
62. Baby's dinner neckwear : BIB

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