New York Times, Monday, July 5, 2004

Author: Patrick Merrell
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Merrell
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {HJQZ} This is puzzle # 33 for Mr. Merrell. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. What a surfer rides : WAVE
5. Do agricultural work : FARM
9. Pre-euro German money : MARKS
14. Violinist Leopold : AUER
15. Side squared, for a square : AREA
16. When added up : INALL
17. Porn classification : XXXRATING
19. AM/FM device : RADIO
20. Rainbow's shape : ARC
21. Attractive : ENGAGING
23. Nova ___ : SCOTIA
26. Battle exhortations : WARCRIES
27. Followers of the Vatican : PAPISTS
29. Dockworker's org. : ILA
30. Postponed : ONICE
31. Driver entitled to free maps, perhaps : AAAMEMBER
37. Sprinted : RAN
38. Grp. battling consumer fraud : BBB
39. Genetic letters : RNA
40. Big shoe request : ELEVENEEE
44. Accumulate : AMASS
46. Lumberjack's tool : AXE
47. Binds, as wounds : TAPESUP
49. Sign-making aids : STENCILS
54. Gets the soap off : RINSES
55. Part of a grandfather clock : PENDULUM
56. "Then what ...?" : AND
57. Handy ___ (good repairmen) : ANDYS
58. English king during the American Revolution : GEORGEIII
63. Feed, as a fire : STOKE
64. Jazz's Fitzgerald : ELLA
65. Horse color : ROAN
66. Customs : MORES
67. Leave in, to a proofreader : STET
68. At the ocean's bottom, as a ship : SUNK
1. Floor application : WAX
2. Secondary, as an outlet: Abbr. : AUX
3. Annoy : VEX
4. Inconsistent : ERRATIC
5. Wealthy sort, slangily : FATCAT
6. ___ Ben Canaan of "Exodus" : ARI
7. Extend a subscription : RENEW
8. ___ cum laude : MAGNA
9. Act of God : MIRACLE
10. Horrid glances from Charles Grodin? : ANAGRAM
11. Hub projections : RADII
12. Kevin of "A Fish Called Wanda" : KLINE
13. Wades (through) : SLOGS
18. Stand up : ARISE
22. Bad, as a prognosis : GRIM
23. Mold's origin : SPORE
24. Something not really on Mars : CANAL
25. Hypothesize : OPINE
28. Kemo ___ (the Lone Ranger) : SABE
32. Pres. Lincoln : ABE
33. Help in crime : ABET
34. Button material : BRASS
35. Follow : ENSUE
36. Metal filers : RASPS
41. Beard named for a Flemish artist : VANDYKE
42. Forgives : EXCUSES
43. Astronaut Armstrong : NEIL
44. Imitating : APING
45. Darners : MENDERS
48. Mount where an ark parked : ARARAT
49. Charley horse, e.g. : SPASM
50. ___-one (long odds) : TENTO
51. Witch of ___ : ENDOR
52. Olympic sleds : LUGES
53. Refine, as metal : SMELT
59. Bullring call : OLE
60. Debtor's note : IOU
61. Writer Fleming : IAN
62. It's kept in a pen : INK

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