New York Times, Wednesday, June 16, 2004

Author: Paula Gamache
Editor: Will Shortz
Paula Gamache
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {FQWZ} This is puzzle # 7 for Ms. Gamache. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Lowlife snitch : RAT
4. Woman of distinction : DAME
8. With 67-Across, author of "Ulysses" : JAMES
13. Catherine who was the last wife of Henry VIII : PARR
14. Sacked out : ABED
15. The chosen, socially : ALIST
16. Tinted windows locale : LIMO
17. Tax-exempt bond, briefly : MUNI
18. Wife of 56-Across who said 69-Across : MOLLY
19. Setting for "Ulysses" : ADAYINDUBLIN
22. Aussie outlaw Kelly : NED
23. Industrial pollutant : ASH
24. Ancestry : LINEAGE
28. Journalist/author Rick : BRAGG
30. Egyptian sun god : ATEN
32. Roman sun god : SOL
33. Resort island near Venezuela : ARUBA
35. Nice, as clothes : DRESSY
38. 1904 date in "Ulysses" : JUNESIXTEENTH
41. Cord that you hope doesn't break : BUNGEE
42. Bert who hosted "Tattletales" : CONVY
43. "___ Over but the Shoutin'" (book by 28-Across) : ALL
44. Go south, as a market : DROP
46. Stand for a portrait : EASEL
50. Not stick to the path : DEVIATE
53. Part of r.p.m. : PER
55. Some germ cells : OVA
56. Hero in "Ulysses" : LEOPOLDBLOOM
59. Three-toed animal : TAPIR
62. Others, to Cicero : ALII
63. Aleutian island : ATKA
64. Dwight's two-time challenger : ADLAI
65. In the mail : SENT
66. Dear, in a billet-doux : CHER
67. See 8-Across : JOYCE
68. Outfits : TOGS
69. Last word of "Ulysses" : YES
1. Oakland athlete : RAIDER
2. Force mounted by Philip II : ARMADA
3. Setting for a Homeric epic : TROY
4. Curses : DAMNS
5. Gulf emirate : ABUDHABI
6. Carte du jour : MENU
7. Fit for the dinner table : EDIBLE
8. Pack tightly : JAMIN
9. Single-handedly : ALONE
10. Measure of thickness : MIL
11. Night school course: Abbr. : ESL
12. Oink pad? : STY
13. Secondary strategy : PLANB
20. "Same here" : IAGREE
21. Flowering shade tree : LINDEN
25. Kind of prof. : ASST
26. "Oh my ___!" : GOSH
27. English cathedral city : ELY
29. Tattoo identification, maybe : GANG
31. Mexican silver mining center : TAXCO
34. Comfortable with : USEDTO
36. Reflected sound effect : REVERB
37. "Orinoco Flow" singer : ENYA
38. Composer Styne : JULE
39. The Runnin' Rebels of coll. sports : UNLV
40. Overthrowing : TOPPLING
41. Lousy : BAD
45. What's for dinner : REPAST
47. Alleviate : SOOTHE
48. Brings to mind : EVOKES
49. Politico Alexander from Tennessee : LAMAR
51. ___ artery : ILIAC
52. Hawk's home : AERIE
54. Prunes, say : EDITS
57. Food item sold in bars : OLEO
58. Like some lingerie : LACY
59. ___ Mahal : TAJ
60. Furor : ADO
61. Thickness : PLY

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