New York Times, Thursday, September 2, 2004

Author: David J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 45 Missing: {JKQX} Featured Will Shortz favorite This is puzzle # 105 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Tumbler's need : MAT
4. Palme of Sweden : OLOF
8. Airport parking area : APRON
13. Got down : ATE
14. Major exporter of coconut oil : SAMOA
16. Crackers : LOONY
17. Silver on the silver screen : RON
18. With 20- and 55-Across, description of 60-Across : SINGLEPLACE
20. See 18-Across : INAMERICAWHERE
22. Rig : SEMI
23. Bean products? : IDEAS
24. Bite lightly into : NIPAT
28. Wife of Osiris : ISIS
32. Place for a miss : BEAUTYCONTEST
36. Hide-hair link : NOR
38. News for the Wall St. Journal : IPO
39. "Is that ___?" : ANO
40. Investigator's question : WHY
41. Team in 1969 headlines : THEAMAZINMETS
45. Ginsberg classic : HOWL
46. Pizazz : STYLE
47. Montreal university : LAVAL
51. Deli wares : RYES
55. See 18-Across : FOURSTATESMEET
60. Western tourist attraction : FOURCORNERS
61. Menu phrase : ALA
62. Knocked down : RAZED
63. Give access to : ADMIT
64. Jiffy : SEC
65. Defeatist's words : ILOSE
66. Wisconsin natives : SACS
67. Put to the test : TRY
1. Teammate of Mantle : MARIS
2. Observe Yom Kippur : ATONE
3. Brunch time, for some : TENAM
4. Bone: Prefix : OSSE
5. Retreat : LAIR
6. Bygone science magazine : OMNI
7. Nickname for San Francisco : FOGCITY
8. Beginning : ALPHA
9. Do a fraternity prank, maybe : POLESIT
10. Much more than a snicker : ROAR
11. For ___ (on this occasion) : ONCE
12. Bill ___, the Science Guy : NYE
15. "When I was ___ ..." : ALAD
19. Lamb's dam : EWE
21. Sweeper's target? : MINE
25. "___ to please" : IAIM
26. Insect stage : PUPA
27. Completely : ATOZ
29. Embroiders a bit : SEWS
30. Suffix with book : ISH
31. Place for shoats : STY
32. Suds : BREW
33. Lingo : CANT
34. "___ Own" (song from "Les Miz") : ONMY
35. December air : NOEL
36. Extreme : NTH
37. "Really, now!" : OHO
42. Draws : ALLURES
43. Vacation spots : ISLANDS
44. Kind of paper : TERM
48. ___ Triomphe : ARCDE
49. Letters on a brandy bottle : VSO
50. Popular shaver : ATRA
52. It helps your dough grow : YEAST
53. One on a conger line? : EELER
54. Keach who played Mike Hammer on TV : STACY
55. One in a mare's nest? : FOAL
56. Colorless liqueur : OUZO
57. Canzone melody : TEMA
58. Stoltz of "Pulp Fiction" : ERIC
59. Retired fliers : SSTS
60. When many banks have extra hrs. : FRI

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