New York Times, Wednesday, April 7, 2004

Author: Nancy Salomon
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Salomon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 118 for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Cornhusker State city : OMAHA
6. Moronic : DUMB
10. Tacks on : ADDS
14. Emmy-winning role for Sally Field : SYBIL
15. Kazan who won a 1-Down for Lifetime Achievement : ELIA
16. Rock's Mötley ___ : CRUE
17. Transcript? : CREDITCARD
19. Camel feature : HUMP
20. Santa ___ winds : ANA
21. Dawn, to Donne : MORN
22. Cue : PROMPT
24. Stress hard : RAMHOME
26. Witch's conveyance : BROOM
27. On the sly : INSECRET
29. $$$ dispenser : ATM
32. Put down : DECRY
35. Source of easy money : CUSHYJOB
37. The Bruins of the Pac Ten : UCLA
38. Hits repeatedly : PELTS
40. Geraldine Chaplin's mother : OONA
41. Run wild : STAMPEDE
43. Towns, informally : BURGS
44. Floors, briefly : KOS
45. One showing signs of a cold : SNIFFLER
48. Sudden inundation : SPATE
50. Payment procrastinator's penalty : LATEFEE
54. Peloponnesian War victor : SPARTA
56. It may be strong or long : SUIT
57. Lacking a mate : ODD
58. ___ Bell : TACO
59. Driver ed? : GOLFCOURSE
62. Airing : ONTV
63. Patron saint of Norway : OLAF
64. Japanese noodle dish : RAMEN
65. Coin in Cancún : PESO
66. The latest : NEWS
67. Good Housekeeping approvals : SEALS
1. See 15-Across : OSCAR
2. Loy of "The Thin Man" : MYRNA
3. Crosswise, on deck : ABEAM
4. Holed up : HID
5. Ex payments : ALIMONY
6. Formal order : DECREE
7. ___ Bator, Mongolia : ULAN
8. Former Russian orbiter : MIR
9. Unwelcome ink : BADPRESS
10. Sound from a 45-Across : ACHOO
11. Certain college music student? : DRUMMAJOR
12. Eyesore : DUMP
13. 9: Abbr. : SEPT
18. Male turkeys : TOMS
23. "Portnoy's Complaint" author : ROTH
25. Distiller Walker : HIRAM
26. Fabergé cologne : BRUT
28. Staff symbol : CCLEF
30. Chinese secret society : TONG
31. New corp. hires : MBAS
32. The edge of night : DUSK
33. Outer: Prefix : ECTO
34. Taking notes and writing essays? : CLASSACTS
36. "___ fired!" (Trump catchphrase) : YOURE
38. Large container of brass? : PENTAGON
39. Falco of "The Sopranos" : EDIE
42. H.S. junior's test : PSAT
43. They lay it on the line : BETTORS
46. Plumps up : FLUFFS
47. Not of the cloth : LAIC
49. Utah city : PROVO
51. Pro ___ (perfunctorily) : FORMA
52. 50's Ford flop : EDSEL
53. Idyllic spots : EDENS
54. Obey a red light : STOP
55. Piece of glass : PANE
56. Deli side dish : SLAW
60. Ring "Rah!" : OLE
61. Dubai is part of it: Abbr. : UAE

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