New York Times, Friday, October 21, 1994

Author: Mark Diehl
Editor: Will Shortz
Mark Diehl
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 34 Missing: {QVXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Diehl. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Erle Stanley Gardner pen name : AAFAIR
7. Bo Derek's film debut : ORCA
11. Jack or jenny : ASS
14. Kind of association : ALUMNI
15. Preliminary race : HEAT
16. Penn, for one: Abbr. : STA
17. A, to Ludwig van Beethoven : MAJORORMINORKEY
20. Octogenarian's goal in life? : NINETY
21. Thorns in one's side : NEMESES
22. Ask overpersonally : PRY
23. Framework : SASH
25. Flood residues : MUDS
26. Presided over, as a case : HEARD
29. Chevron wearers: Abbr. : NCOS
31. _____ facto : IPSO
32. Humble : DEMEAN
34. Dog-tired : ALLIN
36. B, to Samuel Morse : DASHDOTDOTDOT
40. Kind of kingdom : PLANT
41. _____Aires : BUENOS
43. Sharpen : EDGE
46. Critic Pauline : KAEL
48. Italian "please" : PREGO
49. Playwright Connelly : MARC
50. Marched along : TROD
52. Fresh : NEW
53. Last words : EPITAPH
56. Grammy song of '83 : BEATIT
59. C, to Albert Einstein : THESPEEDOFLIGHT
62. The elected : INS
63. Humorist Bombeck : ERMA
64. Waterford worker : ETCHER
65. Middle grade : CEE
66. Monopoly piece : DEED
67. Platforms : ROSTRA
1. "Pooh" monogram : AAM
2. TV voice of Fred Flintstone : ALANREED
3. View from Tokyo : FUJIYAMA
4. Egypt's _____-Ra : AMON
5. Legal memo starter : INRE
6. Laugh-a-minute comedies : RIOTS
7. Electrical unit : OHM
8. "Beverly Hills Cop" co-star : REINHOLD
9. Beat, in away : CANE
10. Building block of nature : ATOM
11. Invites, as to an apartment : ASKSUP
12. Lippizaners : STEEDS
13. Insists : SAYSSO
18. Ford role in "Clear and Present Danger" : RYAN
19. String on a finger, e.g. : REMINDER
22. Third degree? : PHD
24. Break up : SCATTER
27. Things to be paid : RESPECTS
28. "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" screenwriter : DAHL
30. Oscar Madison, e.g. : SLOB
33. Mont. neighbor : NDAK
35. Live _____ : ITUP
37. Phrase after "Variations" : ONATHEME
38. Type of stand : ONENIGHT
39. As a unit : TOGETHER
42. Farm mother : SOW
43. Like ipecac : EMETIC
44. Strauss opera : DAPHNE
45. Dolphin Hall-of-Famer Bob : GRIESE
47. Wolf, in Juarez : LOBO
51. Put off : DEFER
54. Mimed : APED
55. One of the Dumas : PERE
57. Musical part : ALTO
58. Spasms : TICS
60. Pop : DAD
61. Refrain intro : TRA

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