New York Times, Thursday, May 6, 2004

Author: Kevan Choset
Editor: Will Shortz
Kevan Choset
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JKQVX} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Choset. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Where people move 31-Acrosses back and forth : ABACI
6. "Qué ___?" : PASA
10. 1969 movie with an exclamation point in its name : CHE
13. Rich alumnus, perhaps : DONOR
14. What a folder doesn't say : IMIN
15. Portuguese king, 1861-89 : LUIZ
17. Hemingway novel, with "The" : OLDMANANDTHESEA
20. Bully : MEANIE
21. Place for a drink : OASIS
22. Unconvincing : LAME
25. "Congratulations!" : GOODFORYOU
27. They're in : TRENDS
29. Beehive State native : UTE
30. ___ Nast : CONDE
31. See 1-Across : BEAD
34. ___ purpose : DUAL
38. Org. in old spy novels : OSS
39. Hit sitcom of 1994-2004 whose name can follow the first word of 17-, 25-, 51- or 61-Across : FRIENDS
42. Support provider : BRA
43. Detective's need : LEAD
45. Unfair? : UGLY
46. Only sch. to win both the men's and women's N.C.A.A. basketball titles in the same year : UCONN
48. Crimson rival : ELI
50. Charlotte ___ (Caribbean city) : AMALIE
51. 2000 "mockumentary" about dogs : BESTINSHOW
57. Fr. holy women : STES
58. Stomach woe : ULCER
59. Drive-in worker : CARHOP
61. "Not quite" : CLOSEBUTNOCIGAR
66. Sediment : SILT
67. Prefix with logical : IDEO
68. Modern workout system : TAEBO
69. Harris and Asner : EDS
70. Fence's utterance : PSST
71. A wee hour : ONEAM
1. Stir : ADO
2. S. Amer. land : BOL
3. Further : AND
4. Speak highly of : COMMEND
5. "Dies ___" : IRAE
6. Bench site : PIANO
7. Obstetric test, for short : AMNIO
8. Allied (with) : SIDED
9. Hill dweller : ANT
10. Dropped charges against : CLEARED
11. Impudent girl : HUSSY
12. Children's song refrain : EIEIO
16. Actress Pitts : ZASU
18. Bothers : NAGS
19. Knee-slapper : HOOT
22. Silver maple leaf wearer: Abbr. : LTCOL
23. Stood : AROSE
24. Smart set : MENSA
26. Warner Bros. cartoon name : FUDD
28. Cool, in 80's slang : DEF
31. Famous : BIG
32. Electric ___ : EEL
33. Whichever : ANY
35. Fastener : UBOLT
36. "L.A. Law" lawyer : ARNIE
37. Bowling sites : LANES
40. Destroy : RUIN
41. Adder's product : SUM
44. More than 55-Down : DETESTS
47. Volga's outlet : CASPIAN
49. Pre-euro money : LIRE
50. Seuss's "Horton Hears ___" : AWHO
51. Tampa Bay players, for short : BUCS
52. "Dallas" Miss : ELLIE
53. Upbraid : SCOLD
54. Mideast missiles : SCUDS
55. Has no love for : HATES
56. It can precede or follow "to be" : ORNOT
60. Numerical prefix : OCTO
62. Heart monitor sound : BIP
63. "How about that?!" : GEE
64. Advocates' org. : ABA
65. CD-___ : ROM

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