New York Times, Wednesday, June 7, 2000

Author: John Duschatko
Editor: Will Shortz
Note: this was published as a uniclue puzzle in print.
All the clues appear in a single list, combining Across and Down. When two answers share a number, they also share a clue.
John Duschatko
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQXZ} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Duschatko. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Clues
1. Fast place : LEFT / LANE
2. It's sent by wire: Abbr. : ELEC
3. Family dog : FIDO
4. Will : TESTAMENT
5. It may bring a box to your house : CABLE / COMPANY
6. Burn relief : ALOE
7. Uncle ___ : BENS
8. British facility : LOO
9. Catches sight of : ESPIES
10. Arboreal creature with sticky feet : TREE / TOAD
11. Hindu queen : RANI
12. Scratched (out) : EKED
13. Start of North Carolina's motto : ESSE
14. "That is ___!" (debate charge) : ALIE
15. Dairy aisle items : OLEOS
16. Thousand ___ : OAKS
17. TV newsman Potter and others : NEDS
18. Piper Cubs, e.g. : MONOPLANES
19. Couch potato : LOAFER
20. Groups adapted to their environments : ECOTYPES
21. Singer Sumac : YMA
22. NaI, e.g. : IODIDE
23. Doc bloc : AMA
24. Members of the family Hydrophidae : SEA / SNAKES
25. 1946 Literature Nobelist : HERMANN / HESSE
26. Gen. Rommel : ERWIN
27. Omani money : RIALS
28. "Hold on, I've changed my mind!" : NOWAIT
29. Retd. check notation : NSF
30. Children's game : RED / ROVER
31. Bring out : EDUCE
32. Knight's list : DEEDS
33. Western New York county : ERIE
34. Kind of class : YOGA
35. Salt : GOB
36. Classical poem : EPODE
37. Colonnade around a courtyard : PERISTYLE
38. Graceful swimmers : SWANS
39. Gambler's chimera : SYSTEM
40. General Tso's chicken maker : WOK
41. Variety show : REVUE
42. Like a delta : SILTY
43. Second son : ABEL
44. Texas city, site of the San Jacinto Monument : LAPORTE
45. Invoice stamp : RECD
46. Superior to a chief warrant officer: Abbr. : ENS
47. "___ said..." : SOI
48. Highway access : ONRAMP
49. "Gulliver's Travels" and others : SATIRES
50. Universal ideal : TAO
51. Detonation maker : TNT
52. Ballet step : PAS
53. Hunted items : EASTER / EGGS
54. Kind of lily : ARUM
55. Compos mentis : SANE
56. Rug rat : TYKE
57. It may be the basis of wishful thinking : SHOOTING / STAR
58. Some roasters : HENS
59. Analyst's reply : ISEE
60. Actor ___ Patrick Harris : NEIL
61. Mardi ___ : GRAS
62. Brain : GRAYMATTER
63. Genteel event : TEA
64. W.W. I battle site : YSER
65. Crud : GUNK
66. Destined (for) : MEANT
67. Fictional princess : LEIA
68. "Peter Pan" man : SMEE
69. Analyze : PARSE
70. Wrigglers : EELS

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