New York Times, Tuesday, July 6, 2004

Author: Matt Skoczen
Editor: Will Shortz
Matt Skoczen
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {BQVXZ} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Skoczen. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. "___ as I can tell ..." : ASFAR
6. Hurdles for future attorneys: Abbr. : LSATS
11. Pudding fruit : FIG
14. Florida's Key ___ : LARGO
15. Florida's ___ Center : EPCOT
16. Form 1040 datum: Abbr. : IRA
17. Danish theologian (speller's nightmare #1) : KIERKEGAARD
19. Swe. neighbor : NOR
20. "As I Lay Dying" character : ANSE
21. Afternoon: Sp. : TARDE
22. What "nobody can" do, in song : DENY
23. Musical for which Liza Minnelli won a 1978 Tony : THEACT
25. "___ it a shame" : ISNT
27. German philosopher (speller's nightmare #2) : SCHOPENHAUER
32. Walloped, old-style : SMOTE
35. Learning style : ROTE
36. Cpl., for one : NCO
37. Astronomical ring : HALO
38. Pipe cleaner : DRANO
40. 20's touring cars : REOS
41. First daughter in the Carter White House : AMY
42. Certain Scandinavian : FINN
43. With regrets : SADLY
44. Swedish statesman (speller's nightmare #3) : HAMMARSKJOLD
48. Locked (up) : PENT
49. Printing goofs : ERRATA
52. Romulus or Remus : TWIN
54. City maps : PLATS
57. Seldom seen : RARE
59. Colonial ___ : ERA
60. Russian composer (speller's nightmare #4) : MOUSSORGSKY
62. "Out of sight!" : RAD
63. Freak out : GOAPE
64. Navel variety : OUTIE
65. Brit. lawmakers : MPS
66. Reliance : TRUST
67. Ceaselessly : ONEND
1. ___-Seltzer : ALKA
2. Francis or Patrick, e.g. : SAINT
3. Sassy : FRESH
4. Accepts, as terms : AGREESTO
5. Seoul soldier : ROK
6. Smooth, in music : LEGATO
7. Trade jabs : SPAR
8. Military sch. : ACAD
9. Railed against : TOREINTO
10. The "S" in E.S.T.: Abbr. : STD
11. Tweaked : FINETUNED
12. Fe, to a chemist : IRON
13. Politico Hart : GARY
18. Design on metal : ETCH
22. Cloning need : DNA
24. One-spot : ACE
26. "___-Devil" : SHE
28. Fraternity fun : PRANK
29. Almost forever : EON
30. Earth Day subj. : ECOL
31. Pinkish : ROSY
32. Head of old Iran : SHAH
33. Papa's partner : MAMA
34. Quadrennial events : OLYMPIADS
38. Impoverished : DIRTPOOR
39. T.L.C. givers : RNS
40. Speed reader? : RADARGUN
42. Cheer leader? : FAN
43. Camera type, briefly : SLR
45. Game pieces : MEN
46. On-the-go group : JETSET
47. Roughly : ORSO
50. Spoonful, say : TASTE
51. Alan of "The In-Laws" : ARKIN
52. Time in office : TERM
53. Trendy sandwich : WRAP
55. Island party : LUAU
56. Dangerous slitherers : ASPS
58. Ogled : EYED
60. Nonunion workers: Abbr. : MGT
61. Pooh's pal : ROO

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