New York Times, Thursday, September 16, 2004

Author: Paula Gamache
Editor: Will Shortz
Paula Gamache
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FJQXZ} This is puzzle # 8 for Ms. Gamache. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. ___ Israel : BETH
5. Pink-slip : SACK
9. Title girl of a 1986 #1 Starship hit : SARA
13. Indy winner Luyendyk : ARIE
14. Arthur of the court : ASHE
15. Blemished, in a way : ACNED
16. Laughing 1970's singer? : HARRYCHAPIN
18. Parson's home : MANSE
19. Weather map line : ISOBAR
20. Total : COMPLETE
22. Man in a garden : ADAM
24. Dominant : ALPHA
25. Honey bunch? : COMBS
28. Tot's wheels : TRIKE
31. Kung Fu-___ (alternative name for Confucius) : TSE
34. Copacetic : OKAY
35. Large fishing nets : SEINES
36. Thieves' take : HAUL
37. "Dear" one : SIR
38. Laughing comment when something's all over? : THATSTHAT
39. Walletful : WAD
40. Confronted : MET
41. Crabbed : ORNERY
42. Overnight dance party : RAVE
43. Workplace watchdog, for short : OSHA
44. Actor Joe of "Hill Street Blues" : SPANO
45. Kind of cake : LAYER
46. Box office take : GATE
48. Boat with an open hold : SCOW
50. Continental ways? : AIRLANES
54. Up next : ONDECK
58. Opposite of wild : STAID
59. Laughing fictional detective? : CHARLIECHAN
61. Ivy Leaguer's home : ITHACA
62. Like a line, briefly : ONED
63. "Such a pity ..." : AHME
64. A few : SOME
65. Not as much : LESS
66. Run : LOPE
1. Mideast believer : BAHAI
2. Slips : ERRS
3. Beginner: Var. : TIRO
4. Alluring greeting : HEYBABY
5. Oasis place : SAHARA
6. Nile biter : ASP
7. Tony : CHIC
8. Bingo relative : KENO
9. Skull cap? : SCALP
10. Laughing literary wife? : ANNEHATHAWAY
11. What the defense may do : REST
12. "Zip-___-Doo-Dah" : ADEE
15. Most plentiful : AMPLEST
17. Rotters : CADS
21. Get while the getting's good : MAKEHAY
23. In myth, home of the Cyclops : MTETNA
25. ___ Girl : COSMO
26. Steinbeck characters : OKIES
27. Laughing choreographer? : MARTHAGRAHAM
29. Up : RISEN
30. Emcees' lines : INTROS
32. Debonair : SUAVE
33. One sought for advice : ELDER
35. Make a point, perhaps : SHARPEN
38. Burrito alternative : TOSTADA
42. Short end of the stick : RAWDEAL
45. Actress Anderson : LONI
47. Novelist Walker : ALICE
49. Causes of coughs : COLDS
50. Sales tag notation : ASIS
51. Stick ___ : ITTO
52. Forester's concern: Abbr. : ECOL
53. 1953 Oscar-nominated film based on a novel by Jack Schaefer : SHANE
55. Lover of Narcissus : ECHO
56. Boxing sobriquet : CHAMP
57. Trouser part : KNEE
60. Latin thing : RES

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