New York Times, Friday, June 18, 2004

Author: David Quarfoot
Editor: Will Shortz
David Quarfoot
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 26 Missing: {BQW} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Quarfoot. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. 1995 Robin Williams film : JUMANJI
8. Exalt : LIONIZE
15. That's what you think : OPINION
16. NASA, e.g. : ACRONYM
17. Kind of table : GATELEG
18. It has its outlet in the East China Sea : YANGTZE
19. Onetime Camaro alternative : GTO
20. Dump : EYESORE
22. Book before Neh. : EZR
23. Language from which "galore" comes : ERSE
25. Rash decision? : SALVE
26. Starr and Thompson : KAYS
27. Control, symbolically : REINS
29. Bar stock : RYE
30. Electronic control system, for short : SERVO
31. ___ chicken : SESAME
33. Clinton, e.g. : ARKANSAN
35. Need to make a difference : MINUSSIGN
37. Noted Carmelite mystic : STTERESA
40. Having more bass : DEEPER
44. Pool accessory : CHALK
45. Football playoff grp. : AFC
47. Pit : STONE
48. Brief bylaws : REGS
49. Palm tree locale : ATOLL
51. Opposite of adios : HOLA
52. Schubert's "The ___-King" : ERL
53. Some resins : EPOXIES
55. Unit of 100 ergs per gram : RAD
56. Mutinied ship of 1839 : AMISTAD
58. Leaders in pits : MAESTRI
60. Detail : MINUTIA
61. Less than stellar : AVERAGE
62. View : SCENERY
63. Reproduces, in a way : XEROXES
1. Band on the run? : JOGGERS
2. Stuck : UPATREE
3. Basic cell division : MITOSIS
4. Chemical suffix : ANE
5. Sight in Memphis : NILE
6. Down Under youngsters : JOEYS
7. Ready to roll : INGEAR
8. Terminal headaches? : LAYOVERS
9. "See if ___" : ICARE
10. Neighbor of Eure-et-Loir : ORNE
11. Beaten punch : NOG
12. Completely overjoyed, perhaps : INTEARS
13. Tropical insect whose name is the last word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary : ZYZZYVA
14. "Nature" essayist : EMERSON
21. Wily : SLYASAFOX
24. Gives a protective cover : ENAMELS
26. Poet Rexroth : KENNETH
28. Smug expression : SMIRK
30. White-haired types : SAGES
32. Course setting: Abbr. : ENE
34. Yeaned youngster : KID
36. Debut of 9/15/1982 : USATODAY
37. Riots : SCREAMS
38. Due to heat : THERMIC
39. Identifying phrase : TAGLINE
41. Some Monopoly players pay it : POORTAX
42. Swell : ENLARGE
43. Primes : READIES
46. High : CLIMAX
49. "___ of Blue Eyes" (Thomas Hardy novel) : APAIR
50. Split : LEAVE
53. Woman's name suffix : ETTE
54. One with future prospects? : SEER
57. Juliet, to Romeo : SUN
59. Breaking capacity, briefly : SRO

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