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New York Times, Monday, March 3, 2003

Sony Pictures Studio in Culver City, usually

Author:
Patrick Merrell
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Patrick Merrell

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 12 for Mr. Merrell.
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© 2003, The New York Times3/3/03 ( No. 19,473 )
Across
1
Voting group : BLOC
5
À la ___ (with ice cream) : MODE
9
Wedding helper : USHER
14
Singer Horne : LENA
15
"Be ___!" ("Help me out!") : APAL
16
Stockholm native : SWEDE
17
Horse feed : OATS
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Actress Garr : TERI
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Spooky : EERIE
20
Popular Canadian-born game show host : WHOISALEXTREBEK
23
"Nope" : NAH
24
"y" ending, in superlative form : IEST
25
Dr. Frankenstein's workplace : LABORATORY
30
The P of PRNDL : PARK
34
Enzyme suffix : ASE
35
Seize : GRAB
36
Gently shift to a new topic : SEGUE
37
Sony Pictures Studio in Culver City, usually : WHEREISJEOPARDY
41
Taboos : NONOS
42
Prefix with plasm or morphic : ENDO
43
Wide shoe width : EEE
44
Dele overrider : STET
45
Use cheap materials, say : CUTCORNERS
48
Stratford's stream : AVON
50
___ culpa : MEA
51
Response to an answer : WHATISAQUESTION
59
Jazzman Blake : EUBIE
60
Songwriter Bacharach : BURT
61
Sch. with generals as alums : USMA
62
Macaroni shape : ELBOW
63
Pricey theater section : LOGE
64
Bring up, as children : REAR
65
Buildings with lofts : BARNS
66
River of central Germany : EDER
67
"___ meeny miney mo" : EENY
Down
1
Explode, as a volcano : BLOW
2
Wife of Jacob : LEAH
3
Aware of : ONTO
4
Vegas attraction : CASINO
5
Infamous W.W. I spy : MATAHARI
6
European auto : OPEL
7
Take risks : DARE
8
Miracle drink : ELIXIR
9
Consumers : USERS
10
Flowering vine : SWEETPEA
11
Parsley or sage : HERB
12
Singer/actress Adams : EDIE
13
Stink : REEK
21
Three-stripers : SARGES
22
Mystery writer Josephine : TEY
25
Suburban expanses : LAWNS
26
"___ in the Dark" : ASHOT
27
Designer Geoffrey : BEENE
28
Profs' helpers, for short : TAS
29
___ d'art : OBJET
31
See eye to eye : AGREE
32
Less polite : RUDER
33
Conservative columnist Alan : KEYES
36
Ferns reproduce with them : SPORES
38
24 hours, for the earth : ROTATION
39
Stamped return env., e.g. : ENC
40
Counter in a car : ODOMETER
45
Comedian Bill, familiarly : COS
46
Lacking the skill : UNABLE
47
Word with "second" or "laws of" : NATURE
49
Vantage points : VIEWS
51
Hall-of-Fame coach Ewbank : WEEB
52
Belly-shaking dance : HULA
53
39-Down, e.g. : ABBR
54
Part of Q.E.D. : QUOD
55
Basic desire : URGE
56
"So that's what you mean" : ISEE
57
Mideast's Gulf of ___ : OMAN
58
___ a one (zip) : NARY

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle.

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