New York Times, Tuesday, July 19, 2005

Author: Trip Payne
Editor: Will Shortz
Trip Payne
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQYZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 29 for Mr. Payne. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Observe Yom Kippur : FAST
5. Small snack : BITE
9. Foxhole, basically : DITCH
14. Darth's son : LUKE
15. Immunity item on "Survivor" : IDOL
16. ___ Gay (W.W. II plane) : ENOLA
17. God who rode an eight-legged horse : ODIN
18. Latch (onto) : GLOM
19. Disastrous : FATAL
20. "Everything can't work out perfectly" : WINSOMELOSESOME
23. Actress Lupino : IDA
24. Binary digit : ONE
25. Tactic during police questioning : GOODCOPBADCOP
32. The Amish raise them : BARNS
33. Figure-skating division : PAIRS
34. Judo setting : MAT
36. 401(k) alternatives : IRAS
37. Moves a muscle : STIRS
38. Word processor command : SAVE
39. Giants outfielder Mel : OTT
40. What a bloodhound tracks : SCENT
41. Wing, perhaps : ANNEX
42. It's one's word against the other : HESAIDSHESAID
45. Pound sound : ARF
46. Pear-shaped fruit : FIG
47. Not continuous : ONAGAINOFFAGAIN
56. Place with a "vacancy" sign : MOTEL
57. Folk singer Guthrie : ARLO
58. "The Joy of Cooking" author Rombauer : IRMA
59. Like the Vikings : NORSE
60. Boxer Max : BAER
61. Without ice : NEAT
62. Hopping mad : IRATE
63. Part of a venetian blind : SLAT
64. Othello, e.g. : GAME
1. Move like lava : FLOW
2. Carmaker from Bavaria : AUDI
3. Tattoo artist's "canvas" : SKIN
4. Causes of stress : TENSIONS
5. Whopper rival : BIGMAC
6. Just chilling : IDLE
7. Hammer or hoe : TOOL
8. "Tickle me" guy : ELMO
9. Keeps safe : DEFENDS
10. "Very soon" : INASEC
11. The Wizard of Oz's exposer : TOTO
12. Littleneck, e.g. : CLAM
13. Robust : HALE
21. Part of a sweepstakes's fine print : ODDS
22. Flies high : SOARS
25. "Wayne's World" sidekick : GARTH
26. Speak at length : ORATE
27. Was decisive : OPTED
28. Minor nuisances : PAINS
29. Blessed event : BIRTH
30. Citizen of Muscat : OMANI
31. Put asphalt on : PAVED
32. Story of one's life : BIO
35. Country singer Ritter : TEX
37. Heinlein's genre : SCIFI
38. Laying hold of : SNAGGING
40. Frozen dessert brand : SARALEE
41. Where Tibet is : ASIA
43. Most like a swami : SAGEST
44. Attempt : EFFORT
47. Magazine that had a "UFO Update" : OMNI
48. Jordan's Queen ___ : NOOR
49. Gillette brand : ATRA
50. Catches in the act : NABS
51. Spoken : ORAL
52. Small circus performer : FLEA
53. Square footage : AREA
54. Islamic holy man : IMAM
55. "Six Feet Under" character : NATE

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