New York Times, Tuesday, June 22, 2004

Author: Allan E. Parrish
Editor: Will Shortz
Allan E. Parrish
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {HQ} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Parrish. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Luau instruments, for short : UKES
5. Noted plus-size model : EMME
9. Nice to wear : COMFY
14. Like Playboy models : SEXY
15. "Hud" Oscar winner Patricia : NEAL
16. Be nuts about : ADORE
17. Qatari V.I.P. : EMIR
18. Turns abruptly : ZAGS
19. Novelist Ephron : DELIA
20. Old telephone feature : ROTARYDIAL
23. Proofreader's mark : STET
24. G.P.A., slangily : CUME
25. Put a value on : ASSESS
27. When summer starts : INJUNE
30. Cry over : BEMOAN
32. Geographical septet : SEAS
33. Kabob holder : SKEWER
35. Pitcher part : LIP
38. See 41-Across : NAMES
40. Historic time : AGE
41. With 38-Across, what the four key parts of this puzzle are : TRADE
43. Uno + due : TRE
44. Conductor Toscanini : ARTURO
47. State openly : AVOW
48. Brawl site in a western : SALOON
50. Horrifies : APPALS
52. Yalta's peninsula : CRIMEA
54. Stowe equipment : SKIS
55. Hearty party : RAVE
56. Gymgoer's goal : MUSCLETONE
62. Earth's ___ layer : OZONE
64. 19-Across's sister : NORA
65. Medieval chest : ARCA
66. Wades across, say : FORDS
67. "The heat ___!" : ISON
68. Bring up : REAR
69. Rendezvous : TRYST
70. Rock's Rundgren : TODD
71. The end of each of 20- and 56-Across and 11- and 29-Down is a popular one : SOAP
1. Addict : USER
2. ___ sabe : KEMO
3. Turnpike toll-paying locale : EXIT
4. Big Orange of college sports : SYRACUSE
5. Pepsin and rennin, for two : ENZYMES
6. Gettysburg victor : MEADE
7. Yule trio : MAGI
8. Adamson's lioness : ELSA
9. Crude dude : CAD
10. Ukrainian port : ODESSA
11. Fuji flow : MOLTENLAVA
12. Part of a Happy Meal : FRIES
13. "The Second Coming" poet : YEATS
21. Seek a seat : RUN
22. Poor, as excuses go : LAME
26. Put into slots : SORT
27. "___ that special?!" : ISNT
28. Within earshot : NEAR
29. "Howards End" director : JAMESIVORY
30. Kicked off : BEGUN
31. Fancy pitcher : EWER
34. Green Hornet's sidekick : KATO
36. Hit Fox show, in headlines : IDOL
37. Mass seating : PEWS
39. Mall attraction : SALE
42. Eminem and Dr. Dre, for two : RAPSTARS
45. Gad about : ROAM
46. Bay Area city : OAKLAND
49. Makes right : AMENDS
51. Pizza order : PIE
52. Video game heroine Lara ___ : CROFT
53. Stubble remover : RAZOR
54. New England catch : SCROD
57. Complex dwelling : UNIT
58. "Eh" : SOSO
59. Black-and-white treat : OREO
60. Final Four org. : NCAA
61. Tombstone lawman : EARP
63. Ballpark fig. : EST

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