New York Times, Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34 Missing: {GQV} Scrabble average: 1.89 This is puzzle # 94 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
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1. Juggler's perch, perhaps : STILT
6. Shooters : TAWS
10. Completely : ATOZ
14. Scout master? : TONTO
15. Perched on : ATOP
16. It may be supernatural : TALE
17. "Big news!" : EXTRAEXTRA
19. Graph line : AXIS
20. Peace, in Pravda : MIR
21. Move furtively : SLINK
22. Sportscaster Musburger : BRENT
23. F.D.R.'s Fala, for one : SCOTTIE
25. Dance version of a song, maybe : REMIX
27. Fred Sanford player, on TV : REDDFOXX
29. Shoebox marking : EEE
32. Batter or bruise : INJURE
35. Fair-hiring letters : EOE
36. U.S.N. rank : CMDR
37. Flip decision? : HEADS
38. U.S.N. rank : ADM
39. Golf gimme : TAPIN
40. "Horrors!" : OHMY
41. Sew up : ICE
42. Directed at : SENTTO
43. Chart type : PIE
44. Like some menus : PRIXFIXE
46. Valued violin, for short : STRAD
48. With one's sweetie, say : ONADATE
52. Monteverdi opera : ORFEO
54. Reactor parts : CORES
56. Debussy subject : MER
57. 60's happening : BEIN
58. Photocopier "ink" : XEROXTONER
60. "Need You Tonight" band, 1987 : INXS
61. Hateful group : KLAN
62. Commercial prefix with lodge : ECONO
63. Old German duchy : SAXE
64. Vogue rival : ELLE
65. Fragrant oil : ATTAR
1. Florists' cuttings : STEMS
2. Like some industrial waste : TOXIC
3. Opening bars : INTRO
4. U.S.P.S. delivery : LTR
5. Diner devices : TOASTERS
6. Got ready for takeoff : TAXIED
7. Envelope abbr. : ATTN
8. Office or studio : WORKROOM
9. Place to find sweaters : SPA
10. Donkey Kong company : ATARI
11. Like some bonds : TAXEXEMPT
12. Actress Lena : OLIN
13. Gusto : ZEST
18. Say "li'l," say : ELIDE
22. Stunt biker's bike : BMX
24. Jerry Marcus comic strip : TRUDY
26. River of Devon : EXE
28. One way to ship : FEDEX
30. Microsoft Word option : EDIT
31. Puzzlemaker Rubik : ERNO
32. Blue-roofed eatery : IHOP
33. "M*A*S*H" soft drink : NEHI
34. "The Complete Book of Running" author : JAMESFIXX
36. Flogged : CANED
38. Kind of battery : ACIDCELL
39. Oil, slangily : TEXASTEA
41. Glass of public radio : IRA
42. Nasal spray brand : SINEX
44. Links figure : PRO
45. As an example : FORONE
47. Wound up : TENSE
49. Playground retort : AMNOT
50. Brandon ___ (Hilary Swank Oscar-winning role) : TEENA
51. Overthrow, say : ERROR
52. Kimono sashes : OBIS
53. Sofer of "Blind Justice" : RENA
55. Said : ORAL
58. Classic Jaguar : XKE
59. Apple-picking mo. : OCT

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