New York Times, Monday, March 29, 2004

Author: Barry Silk
Editor: Will Shortz
Barry C. Silk
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {Q} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Silk. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Apple computers : MACS
5. 1:00, e.g. : HOUR
9. Eye color : HAZEL
14. Hideous : UGLY
15. In ___ (actual) : ESSE
16. New York's ___ Fisher Hall : AVERY
17. Time for a Wild West shootout : NOON
18. "Excuse me ..." : AHEM
19. Pointing device : MOUSE
20. Fancy term for a 36-Across : CRUCIVERBALIST
23. Hornswoggled : HAD
24. Tetley product : TEA
25. Regretted : RUED
26. London's Big ___ : BEN
27. Shopping place : MART
28. Quick punch : JAB
31. Self-evident truth : AXIOM
34. ___ fide : BONA
35. Coke or Pepsi : COLA
36. Puzzling person? : CROSSWORDEDITOR
39. Goldie of "Laugh-In" fame : HAWN
40. Party giver : HOST
41. Atlas blow-up : INSET
42. Needle hole : EYE
43. Yappy dog, briefly : PEKE
44. Colorado native : UTE
45. Kodak product : FILM
46. Explosive letters : TNT
47. Put down, slangily : DIS
50. Fancy term for a 36-Across : ENIGMATOLOGIST
54. Secluded valleys : GLENS
55. Actress Winslet : KATE
56. Stage part : ROLE
57. W.W. II vessel : UBOAT
58. Split personalities? : EXES
59. Think tank output : IDEA
60. Hairy-chested : MANLY
61. Edges : RIMS
62. Work station : DESK
1. Chew (on) : MUNCH
2. Ancient marketplace : AGORA
3. Cirrus or cumulus : CLOUD
4. Lip-___ (not really sing) : SYNC
5. Realm for St. Peter : HEAVEN
6. Actor Milo : OSHEA
7. One who takes drugs, e.g. : USER
8. "The Night Watch" painter : REMBRANDT
9. Tiny village : HAMLET
10. Steer clear of : AVOID
11. Mount Olympus chief : ZEUS
12. Formerly, once : ERST
13. Caustic substance : LYE
21. Tabloid twosomes : ITEMS
22. Surrounding glows : AURAE
26. Cap'n's mate : BOSN
27. Samuel with a code : MORSE
28. Scribbles (down) : JOTS
29. Cream ingredient : ALOE
30. Quarterback Starr : BART
31. Flu symptom : ACHE
32. Picture of health? : XRAY
33. "___ Russia $1200" (Bob Hope book) : IOWE
34. Gambling professional : BOOKMAKER
35. Art movie theater : CINE
37. Overcome utterly : WHELM
38. "Same here!" : DITTO
43. Boar's abode : PIGSTY
44. Except if : UNLESS
45. Important exam : FINAL
46. ___ pole : TOTEM
47. Electron tube : DIODE
48. Cruise stopovers : ISLES
49. T-bone, e.g. : STEAK
50. Site of Napoleon's exile : ELBA
51. Light on Broadway : NEON
52. Prepare for takeoff : TAXI
53. Lines on a radar screen : GRID
54. Doublemint, e.g. : GUM

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