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New York Times, Wednesday, January 19, 2005

Author:
Leonard Williams
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Leonard Williams

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {FJX} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Williams. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2005, The New York TimesNo. 0119 ( 20,161 )
Across
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Guy Fawkes Day mo. : NOV
4
Flora and fauna : BIOTA
9
In a lather? : SOAPY
14
Big time : ERA
15
Translator's obstacle : IDIOM
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"Alfie" actress, 2004 : TOMEI
17
Path to enlightenment : ZEN
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Place to take off in lighter-than-air craft? : BALLOONPARK
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Mid seventh-century year : DCL
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Caught, in a way : SEEN
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50's monogram : DDE
24
Like some wonders : ONEHIT
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Like W. C. Fields's nose : BULBOUS
30
Community news source in Belgium? : WALLOONPAPER
33
July 1944 battle site : STLO
34
"Agnus ___" : DEI
35
Name in plastic : VISA
38
Animator? : CARTOONWRIGHT
42
Early Chinese dynasty : HSIA
43
Ode title starter : TOA
44
"Must've been something ___" : IATE
46
Row of cavalry barracks? : DRAGOONSTRIP
50
Street cleaner : SWEEPER
53
Pick up : DETECT
54
Omega symbolizes it : OHM
55
"A.S.A.P.!" : RUSH
58
Just out : NEW
59
Satirical blog item? : LAMPOONPOST
63
Stanford-Binet figs. : IQS
66
Cornhusker city : OMAHA
67
Xbox user : GAMER
68
Whole bunch : TON
69
Formal turndown : NOSIR
70
"Them" : ENEMY
71
Med. insurance group : HMO
Down
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___ Percé Indians : NEZ
2
It's extracted : ORE
3
Martha's 1960's backup group : VANDELLAS
4
Book lover's prefix : BIBLIO
5
Gilbert & Sullivan princess : IDA
6
Some museum hangings : OILS
7
Painted metalware : TOLE
8
Organism with pseudopods : AMOEBA
9
Railroad stop: Abbr. : STN
10
"Alley ___!" : OOP
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Brazilian novelist Jorge : AMADO
12
Concealed : PERDU
13
"Holy cats!" : YIKES
19
"Movin' ___" ("The Jeffersons" theme) : ONUP
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Salt, for one : CHLORIDE
24
Cries of pain : OWS
25
"Certainly" : NATCH
26
List heading : TODO
28
Strauss of denim : LEVI
29
Nielsen of "Rocky IV" : BRIGITTE
31
"The Matrix" role : NEO
32
Old Ford : PINTO
36
Give some to : SHAREWITH
37
Web site? : ATTIC
39
Ballpark rollout : TARP
40
Syllable from Curly : WOO
41
Cape Town coin : RAND
45
Capable, slangily : EPT
47
Prefix with -drome : AERO
48
1990's rock genre : GRUNGE
49
Halter? : SENTRY
50
Wise old head : SOLON
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Frisbee maker : WHAMO
52
Lazarus and Goldman : EMMAS
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Ending with time or life : SPAN
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___ office : HOME
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Key letter : PHI
61
Toil in a trireme : OAR
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Half of a yr. : SEM
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Iranian city : QOM
65
___-cone : SNO

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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