New York Times, Tuesday, June 1, 2004

Author: Fred Piscop
Editor: Will Shortz
Fred Piscop
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {GJQXZ} This is puzzle # 101 for Mr. Piscop. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Verboten: Var. : TABU
5. Boats' backbones : KEELS
10. "The Nazarene" writer Sholem : ASCH
14. Park and Lexington, e.g., in N.Y.C. : AVES
15. Decorated Murphy : AUDIE
16. Starlet's goal : ROLE
17. Ceremony for inventors : PATENTRITE
19. In alignment : TRUE
20. Off the track : ASTRAY
21. Rankled : FESTERED
23. Lager holder : STEIN
24. Burlesque star Lili St. ___ : CYR
25. One of Alcott's "Little Women" : AMY
26. Jean Arp's art : DADA
28. Stair part : RISER
31. Greeting for a villain : HISS
34. Holy Iraqi : IMAM
37. In reserve : ASIDE
38. Bat material : ASH
39. Is headed for a fall : TEETERS
41. Baseball rarity : TIE
42. Ill will : SPITE
44. Lantern-jawed celeb : LENO
45. Hide's partner : SEEK
46. High-strung : HYPER
47. Shiites or Amish : SECT
49. Easy card game : WAR
50. Place to relax : SPA
52. Sophisticates they're not : HICKS
56. Soak through : PERMEATE
59. Coin flipper's phrase : CALLIT
60. "How sweet ___!" : ITIS
61. Low-cal beer in reserve? : BACKUPLITE
63. Ides of March rebuke : ETTU
64. Actor Delon : ALAIN
65. In perpetuity : EVER
66. Leak slowly : SEEP
67. Jack who was famously frugal : BENNY
68. Laura of "I Am Sam" : DERN
1. Spanish appetizers : TAPAS
2. Sailor's "Stop!" : AVAST
3. Midler of stage and screen : BETTE
4. Cyber-handles : USERIDS
5. Name in a stuttered 1918 song title : KATY
6. Where Lux. is : EUR
7. Uplift spiritually : EDIFY
8. Pepsi bottle amount : LITER
9. Meets, as a bet : SEES
10. Sister of Apollo : ARTEMIS
11. Bad place to build? : SORRYSITE
12. Whodunit board game : CLUE
13. Pay mind to : HEED
18. "Peter Pan" dog : NANA
22. Gogol's "___ Bulba" : TARAS
24. Caravan beast : CAMEL
27. Conk out : DIE
29. Falco of "The Sopranos" : EDIE
30. Need a bath badly : REEK
31. Dish that's "slung" : HASH
32. Culp/Cosby TV series : ISPY
33. Word processor for sailors? : SHIPWRITE
35. Munched on : ATE
36. Brainy group : MENSA
39. ___ Haute, Ind. : TERRE
40. Sturgeon delicacy : ROE
43. Joins forces (with) : TEAMSUP
45. Silenced : STILLED
48. Crack from the cold : CHAP
50. Played out : STALE
51. Praline nut : PECAN
53. Critic Barnes : CLIVE
54. Check falsifier : KITER
55. Howard of morning radio : STERN
56. They're cut into wedges : PIES
57. Sermon ending? : ETTE
58. Simple rhyme scheme : ABAB
59. Big Apple college inits. : CUNY
62. They're related : KIN

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