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  • Title: New York Times, Friday, September 3, 2004
  • Author: Edgar R. Fontaine
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: Themeless Thursday, 11/4/04 (Thursday)
  • Author: by Edgar Fontaine / Edited by Peter Gordon (puzzleeditor@nysun.com)
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A1. Playfully roguish ~ ARCH
A1. Daisy ___ Puppy Farm (Snoopy's birthplace) ~ HILL
A5. One up ~ BATTER
A5. One up ~ BATTER
A11. Mountain pass ~ GAP
A11. Spark plug feature ~ GAP
A14. Owner of the Y? ~ MALE
A14. Inventor's spark ~ IDEA
A15. Saint said to have been martyred by Huns ~ URSULA
A15. Phoebe's identical twin sister on "Friends" ~ URSULA
A16. Ex of Mickey ~ AVA
A16. Former capital of Burma ~ AVA
A17. Ready to get drunk, perhaps ~ AGED
A17. M dashes? ~ DAHS
A18. Sports film that was a 2003 Best Picture nominee ~ SEABISCUIT
A18. 1938 Horse of the Year ~ SEABISCUIT
A20. Like a smoker ~ STAG
A20. Discoverer's shouts ~ AHAS
A21. Pollute, say ~ HARM
A21. Wrong ~ HARM
A22. Winner of nine golf majors ~ HOGAN
A22. Winner of nine golf majors ~ HOGAN
A23. Tough ~ SINEWY
A23. Grand ~ LOVELY
A25. Fox's relative ~ SAC
A25. Yolk encloser ~ SAC
A27. Remote choice ~ MUTE
A27. Silent ~ MUTE
A28. Like retirees ~ EMERITI
A28. Sheriff who killed Billy the Kid ~ GARRETT
A30. Nottingham nursery needs ~ NAPPIES
A30. Diapers, to a Brit ~ NAPPIES
A32. Article written by Kant ~ DER
A32. Commonest Scrabble tile subscript ~ ONE
A33. Running things in a bar ~ TABS
A33. Ancestor of Grendel in "Beowulf" ~ CAIN
A35. In things ~ TRENDS
A35. Fashions ~ TRENDS
A36. Oddball ~ WHIMSICAL
A36. Capricious ~ WHIMSICAL
A38. Ward of the screen ~ RACHEL
A38. When repeated, Paul Newman's directorial debut ~ RACHEL
A41. Like many hearths ~ ASHY
A41. Like an unswept hearth ~ ASHY
A42. Court people, for short ~ DAS
A42. Perps' prosecutors ~ DAS
A45. Is faithful (to) ~ ADHERES
A45. Clings ~ ADHERES
A47. Life saver ~ MAEWEST
A47. Inflatable life jacket ~ MAEWEST
A49. Twin ~ DUAL
A49. Twofold ~ DUAL
A50. Code word ~ DAH
A50. Lightly touch ~ DAB
A52. Shake, to some ~ FRAPPE
A52. Milkshake, in New England ~ FRAPPE
A53. It's divided into 24 books ~ ILIAD
A53. Source of "The glorious gifts of the gods are not to be cast aside" ~ ILIAD
A55. Mend ~ TAPE
A55. Answering machine insert ~ TAPE
A57. Berth place ~ SLIP
A57. Berth place ~ SLIP
A58. Novel featuring the madam Dora Flood ~ CANNERYROW
A58. "Sweet Thursday" is its sequel ~ CANNERYROW
A60. A famous Amos ~ TORI
A60. Famous Amos ~ TORI
A61. Took the cake, say ~ ATE
A61. Sampled the smorgasbord ~ ATE
A62. Richard's "On Your Toes" collaborator ~ LORENZ
A62. Lyricist Hart ~ LORENZ
A63. Sister on "The Waltons" ~ ERIN
A63. One of the Walton sisters ~ ERIN
A64. Marshaled ~ LED
A64. Calculator display, for short ~ LED
A65. Unfortunate things to have to count ~ LOSSES
A65. Casualties ~ LOSSES
A66. Homes in the woods ~ DENS
A66. Cozy rooms ~ DENS
D1. Rolled up ~ AMASSED
D1. 2004 Viggo Mortensen film ~ HIDALGO
D2. Old bar material ~ RAGTIME
D2. Picabo Street, for one ~ IDAHOAN
D3. One working on the spot? ~ CLEANER
D3. Seaport on the English Channel ~ LEHAVRE
D4. Person who won't commit ~ HEDGER
D4. "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex (But Were Afraid to Ask)" actress ~ LASSER
D5. Like a fox ~ BUSHYTAILED
D5. Eager ~ BUSHYTAILED
D6. Country statistic ~ AREA
D6. Vicinage ~ AREA
D7. Bygone leaders ~ TSARS
D7. Autocrats of old ~ TSARS
D8. Abolitionist Harriet ~ TUBMAN
D8. Underground Railroad leader ~ TUBMAN
D9. Certain Ivy Leaguer ~ ELI
D9. Singer of "The Whiffenpoof Song," most likely ~ ELI
D10. Dermal development ~ RASH
D10. Rubella symptom ~ RASH
D11. "Ia Orana Maria" painter ~ GAUGUIN
D11. "Two Tahitian Women" painter ~ GAUGUIN
D12. Kept one's nose in the air? ~ AVIATED
D12. Flew ~ AVIATED
D13. Glib quality ~ PATNESS
D13. Facile quality ~ PATNESS
D19. Drive ~ COMPEL
D19. Require ~ COMPEL
D24. Lose the freshness of youth ~ WITHER
D24. Dissolute man ~ LECHER
D26. Be out briefly? ~ CATCHAFEWZS
D26. Nap ~ CATCHAFEWZS
D29. Corporate inits. since 1924 ~ IBM
D29. With 36-Down, director of "Q Planes" ~ TIM
D31. Talking up? ~ PRAYER
D31. Mourner's Kaddish, e.g. ~ PRAYER
D34. Retiree server: Abbr. ~ SSA
D34. Govt. employer of cryptologists ~ NSA
D36. "Riverdance" composer Bill ~ WHELAN
D36. See 29-Down ~ WHELAN
D37. Something to believe in ~ ISM
D37. Something to believe in ~ ISM
D38. Extreme ~ RADICAL
D38. Square root sign ~ RADICAL
D39. Admire to a fault ~ ADULATE
D39. Flatter servilely ~ ADULATE
D40. Like Prometheus ~ CHAINED
D40. In fetters ~ CHAINED
D42. Really regret ~ DEPLORE
D42. Bewail ~ DEPLORE
D43. Heart protector ~ ASPIRIN
D43. Acetylsalicylic acid ~ ASPIRIN
D44. Short panties ~ STEPINS
D44. Panties with wide legs ~ STEPINS
D46. Don Juans ~ SATYRS
D46. Attendants of Dionysus ~ SATYRS
D48. Stewed ~ WASTED
D48. High ~ WASTED
D51. Lagomorphic leapers ~ HARES
D51. Shows ~ BARES
D54. 29-Down competitor ~ DELL
D54. Small valley ~ DELL
D56. Corn ___ ~ PONE
D56. Player who isn't dealing, in cribbage ~ PONE
D59. Outback critter ~ ROO
D59. "Winnie-the-Pooh" character ~ ROO

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