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New York Times, Wednesday, April 13, 2005

Word defined by 17- and 59-Across and 10- and 24-Down

Author:
Allan E. Parrish
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Allan E. Parrish

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {WX} This is puzzle # 8 for Mr. Parrish.
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© 2005, The New York Times4/13/05 ( No. 20,245 )
Across
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Abrupt transitions : LEAPS
6
Guitarist Hendrix : JIMI
10
Go-___ : KART
14
Tunesmith's org. : ASCAP
15
Midmonth day : IDES
16
Borodin prince : IGOR
17
See 39-Across : BARRIEHERO
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Highchair feature : TRAY
20
Good name for a trial lawyer? : SUE
21
Fat unit : GRAM
22
Sulky pullers : PACERS
24
Put into memory : LOAD
25
Maximally swank : POSHEST
26
Clunky shoes : SABOTS
29
Hawkins of Dogpatch : SADIE
30
1847 Melville work : OMOO
31
Catch a glimpse of : ESPY
33
Garden decoration : GNOME
37
Is an angel to : BACKS
39
Word defined by 17- and 59-Across and 10- and 24-Down : PAN
40
Phileas Fogg portrayer, 1956 : NIVEN
41
Stick it to : SHAFT
42
Tavern offerings : RYES
44
Without wrinkles : TAUT
45
Moves like sludge : OOZES
47
Jim ___, "Mission: Impossible" role : PHELPS
49
Angels leader : CHARLIE
52
A-line line : SEAM
53
More capacious : LARGER
54
Brand, in a way : SEAR
55
Frank McCourt memoir : TIS
58
Gung-ho about : INTO
59
See 39-Across : CAMERASHOT
62
Wrap for leftovers : FOIL
63
It may go down a tube : OVUM
64
Sealy competitor : SERTA
65
Headed for overtime : TIED
66
"Great" detective of kid lit : NATE
67
Young pigeon : SQUAB
Down
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Child-friendly dogs, informally : LABS
2
Jacob's twin : ESAU
3
1/40 of "the back 40" : ACRE
4
Scorecard figure : PAR
5
Water source : SPIGOT
6
War against infidels : JIHAD
7
Footnote word : IDEM
8
Mal de ___ : MER
9
14-legged crustacean : ISOPOD
10
See 39-Across : KITCHENITEM
11
Feel the same : AGREE
12
Rolling-in-the-aisles sounds : ROARS
13
Event in "The Merry Wives of Windsor" : TRYST
18
Completely demagnetize, say : ERASE
23
"It's ___ of the times" : ASIGN
24
See 39-Across : LOOKFORGOLD
25
Stewart of golf : PAYNE
26
Sounds after a tragedy : SOBS
27
Eastern nanny : AMAH
28
___ Grande, Fla. : BOCA
29
Neuters : SPAYS
32
Mall binge : SPREE
34
Frame shape : OVAL
35
"Beam ___, Scotty!" : MEUP
36
Tolkien creatures : ENTS
38
Walked quietly : STOLE
43
Pickle unit : SPEAR
46
December stone : ZIRCON
48
Hound : HARASS
49
"From Here to Eternity" co-star, 1953 : CLIFT
50
1970's bombing locale : HANOI
51
"The Sopranos" restaurateur : ARTIE
52
Terse summons : SEEME
54
Contents of some plain brown wrappers : SMUT
55
Drive-___ : THRU
56
Minute amount : IOTA
57
Wild guess : STAB
60
Gardner of "Mogambo" : AVA
61
Et ___ (footnote abbr.) : SEQ

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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