New York Times, Thursday, June 10, 2004

Author: Paula Gamache
Editor: Will Shortz
Paula Gamache
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QX} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 6 for Ms. Gamache. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Jest : JAPE
5. Chekhov's "Uncle ___" : VANYA
10. "Ape" : NUTS
14. Actor McGregor : EWAN
15. Acid/alcohol compound : ESTER
16. Long ago : ONCE
17. "Use brighter colors!"? : FORGETTHEPASTEL
20. Cape Sable locale: Abbr. : FLA
21. Classic 1950 film noir : DOA
22. "Mack the Knife" composer : WEILL
23. Like "Water Music"? : MADEBYHANDEL
28. Leachman who won an Oscar for "The Last Picture Show" : CLORIS
30. Seep : OOZE
31. High, in couture : HAUTE
32. Feeling of elation : CLOUDNINE
37. Puts on ... or things that are put on : AIRS
38. Person who kneads : BAKER
39. What a 38-Across needs : OVEN
40. Teeny : ITSYBITSY
42. What "yo mama" is : SLANG
43. Bluesy James : ETTA
44. "The Princess Bride" director, 1987 : REINER
45. Multicolored yarn? : MOTLEYCREWEL
49. Georges who wrote "Life: A User's Manual" : PEREC
50. Net alternative : EDU
51. Reliever's stat : ERA
54. What an old sci-fi comics fan might see? : FLASHINTHEPANEL
59. Wept (for) : FELT
60. Spritz : SPRAY
61. Inspiration : IDEA
62. ___ Trueheart of "Dick Tracy" : TESS
63. Cleveland nine, with "the" : TRIBE
64. Attorneys' degrees: Abbr. : LLDS
1. Bridges in Hollywood : JEFF
2. Illegal way to go : AWOL
3. Trysters, perhaps : PARAMOURS
4. Basic school subj. : ENG
5. Nixes : VETOES
6. Take ___ at : ASTAB
7. Utmost : NTH
8. "___ haw!" (cry of delight) : YEE
9. Dada "daddy" : ARP
10. Snooped : NOSED
11. Free : UNTIE
12. Immune system agent : TCELL
13. Cut one's losses, maybe : SELL
18. Haskell of "Leave It to Beaver" : EDDIE
19. Bearded, as grain : AWNED
24. Pretentious : ARTSY
25. Embryonic attachment : YOLKSAC
26. Poppycock : HOOEY
27. Côte d'___ : AZUR
28. Spiced milk tea : CHAI
29. Milk, abroad : LAIT
32. Subtly mean : CATTY
33. "Truth!" : NOLIE
34. Three-time U.S. Open winner : IVANLENDL
35. Hawaiian goose : NENE
36. M.I.T. grad: Abbr. : ENGR
38. Nosh : BITE
41. Sir Toby of "Twelfth Night" : BELCH
42. Clinch : SEWUP
44. LAX to J.F.K. choice : REDEYE
45. Rumble : MELEE
46. Some 47-Down : ORALS
47. Exams : TESTS
48. People kick things here : REHAB
49. Go ___ (fizzle) : PFFT
52. Cattail, e.g. : REED
53. "___, how love can trifle with itself!": Shak. : ALAS
55. Suffix with Mao or Tao : IST
56. "Car Talk" carrier : NPR
57. Part of TNT : TRI
58. Be indisposed : AIL

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