New York Times, Monday, March 21, 2005

Author: Mike Torch
Editor: Will Shortz
Michael Torch
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JKQVX} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Torch. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Brown shade used in old photos : SEPIA
6. Having protected feet : SHOD
10. Postal delivery : MAIL
14. Deal maker : AGENT
15. 2:00 or 3:00 : HOUR
16. Skin breakout : ACNE
17. Head/legs separator : TORSO
18. Cathedral area : APSE
19. Box office take : GATE
20. Short-lived success : ONEHITWONDER
23. Affirm : PROFESS
26. Congo, formerly : ZAIRE
27. Lunch or dinner : REPAST
28. Hand: Sp. : MANO
31. Furthermore : AND
32. Vintage designation : YEAR
33. Oscar winner for "Scent of a Woman" : PACINO
35. Short-lived success : FLASHINTHEPAN
40. Octagons, hexagons, etc. : SHAPES
41. The "E" of Q.E.D. : ERAT
43. Greek cross : TAU
46. "___ a man with seven wives" : IMET
47. Counterpart of midterms : FINALS
49. Mary of old films : ASTOR
51. Close of a swimming race : LASTLAP
52. Short-lived success : SHOOTINGSTAR
56. 10th-grader, for short : SOPH
57. Skater Lipinski : TARA
58. Ballet rail : BARRE
62. Cleveland's lake : ERIE
63. Give off : EMIT
64. Elicit : EDUCE
65. What a detective follows : LEAD
66. Kind of room : MENS
67. Paper size larger than "letter" : LEGAL
1. Used a pew : SAT
2. Swelled head : EGO
3. The "p" of r.p.m. : PER
4. To the degree that : INSOFARAS
5. Makes amends : ATONES
6. Former Iranian rulers : SHAHS
7. Mesa dweller : HOPI
8. Evict : OUST
9. Picked from the stack of cards : DREW
10. ___ cum laude : MAGNA
11. Maine's ___ National Park : ACADIA
12. Summer office worker : INTERN
13. Looked lecherously : LEERED
21. Founded: Abbr. : EST
22. Atmosphere layer : OZONE
23. Be inquisitive : PRY
24. Atoll protector : REEF
25. Iridescent gem : OPAL
28. "Olympia" painter : MANET
29. Deeds : ACTS
30. Disease research org. : NIH
33. Prop for Santa : PIPE
34. Nafta concept : OPENTRADE
36. Collar site : SHIRT
37. Lunch meat : HAM
38. Asia's shrinking ___ Sea : ARAL
39. "The Lion King" lion : NALA
42. Cooking meas. : TSP
43. It's on the fringe : TASSEL
44. Toward land : ASHORE
45. Perfect world : UTOPIA
47. Blubber : FAT
48. Sanford of "The Jeffersons" : ISABEL
50. Marveled aloud : OOHED
51. Atty.-to-be exams : LSATS
53. News bit : ITEM
54. Tattle on : NAME
55. Small beam : GRIN
59. Alternative to a bare floor : RUG
60. "His Master's Voice" sloganeer : RCA
61. Sushi fish : EEL

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