New York Times, Saturday, March 20, 2004

Author: Byron Walden
Editor: Will Shortz
Byron Walden
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 26 Missing: {GQY} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Walden. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Heavenly array : SPHERES
8. One way to leave a hair salon : BLONDER
15. Least fresh : TRITEST
16. What the first caller may be on : LINEONE
17. Film event : RELEASE
18. Goddess mentioned in Poe's "Ulalume" : ASTARTE
19. Tie indicator : ALL
20. "Strangers on a Train" chase scene site : PENNSTATION
22. Short stroke : PUTT
24. Cancel : XOUT
25. Like a literary prince : PETIT
26. Targets of some sprays : ODORS
28. Federal Communications Commission target : SMUT
30. Play thing? : ROLE
31. King Gyanendra, for one : NEPALI
33. Eliciting a "So what?" : BLAH
35. Old union member: Abbr. : SSR
36. It's topped with Roquefort dressing : COBBSALAD
39. No longer edible : BAD
42. Extra : PERK
43. Denouement preceder : CLIMAX
47. European border river : ODER
49. Particles of the lepton family : TAUS
51. Impound : SEIZE
52. "Zapped!" co-star, 1982 : AAMES
54. Chase of "Now, Voyager" : ILKA
56. Rimsky-Korsakov's "The Tale of ___ Saltan" : TSAR
57. Jeremy Irons film based on Proust's writings : SWANNINLOVE
60. Ziegfeld of the "Ziegfeld Follies" : FLO
61. Chemical salt in some black inks : TANNATE
62. Places for some rings : PINKIES
64. Customer : ORDERER
65. It needs three walls : JAIALAI
66. Causes increasing irritation : FESTERS
67. Incessant : ENDLESS
1. Attach, in a way : STRAPON
2. Warm-up : PRELUDE
3. Good viewpoint : HILLTOP
4. Noël time in Tahiti : ETE
5. Get back : REAP
6. New Jersey county : ESSEX
7. Trial figures : STENOS
8. Embryonic stage : BLASTULA
9. Pros or cons, e.g. : LIST
10. Ready : ONTAP
11. Less muddled : NEATER
12. Snack food brand : DORITOS
13. Catches in a trap : ENTOILS
14. Catalog anew : REENTER
21. Dope : NUMBSKULL
23. Ford Explorer Sport ___ : TRAC
27. Eats, but barely : SLOP
29. Sprinkler's need? : TALC
32. Doubter's scoff : IBET
34. "The Merry Drinker" painter : HALS
37. No-___ (snaps) : BRAINERS
38. One may cheat on it : DIET
39. Be proud to have : BOASTOF
40. Computer program that blocks pop-ups : ADAWARE
41. Has to have : DEMANDS
44. Put in the wrong place : MISFILE
45. Heath family members : AZALEAS
46. Abnormal dryness : XEROSIS
48. Milk curdler : RENNET
50. Capital SSE of Belgrade : SKOPJE
53. Web : SNARE
55. For the birds : AVIAN
58. Aqueduct of Sylvius, e.g. : ITER
59. City near Vance Air Force base : ENID
63. Asian carrier : KAL

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