New York Times, Tuesday, November 1, 1994

Author: Christopher Page
Editor: Will Shortz
Christopher Page
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Page. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Prank : JAPE
5. Brazilian dance : SAMBA
10. Trade : SWAP
14. Needing irrigation : ARID
15. Actor Delon : ALAIN
16. "Oliver Twist has asked for _____!" : MORE
17. Marco Polo had it : WANDERLUST
19. Disconnect : UNDO
20. Nautical sheet : STAYSAIL
21. Suffix : ADDON
22. "Thar _____ blows!" : SHE
23. Crooked copy : FORGERY
25. Area for anchor cables : HAWSE
29. Vagrant : DRIFTER
31. Somme's capital : AMIENS
33. Dubious : IFFY
34. Tues. preceder : MON
37. Dryer residue : LINT
38. Discombobulated : ATSEA
40. Soccer legend : PELE
41. Gave nourishment : FED
42. Carrot, on occasion : LURE
43. Loewe collaborator : LERNER
45. Of indeterminate gender : EPICENE
48. Liberate : LETGO
49. Comes : ARRIVES
51. Jar top : LID
53. Like an old mattress : LUMPY
54. Maine's symbol : PINETREE
59. Rapier : EPEE
60. Young genius : WUNDERKIND
62. Legal writ, for short : CERT
63. Willow : OSIER
64. Discontinued Dodge : OMNI
65. Perceives : SEES
66. Actor George of "Cheers" : WENDT
67. Board membership : SEAT
1. Scare film of '75 : JAWS
2. Smell _____ (detect wrongdoing) : ARAT
3. _____ colada : PINA
4. Christian Scientist Mary Baker _____ : EDDY
5. Actress Bernhardt : SARAH
6. On the same side, in war : ALLIED
7. Manhandle : MAUL
8. Twice: Lat. : BIS
9. Aardvark morsel : ANT
10. Blur : SMUDGE
11. Awe : WONDERMENT
12. Love : ARDOR
13. Big bloomer : PEONY
18. German industrial city : ESSEN
21. Too stylish, perhaps : ARTY
23. Colonial flute : FIFE
24. Butcher's byproducts : OFFAL
25. _____ nelson : HALF
26. French friend : AMIE
27. Oscar Wilde lady : WINDERMERE
28. Ready-go connector : SET
30. Gone up : RISEN
32. Tartar _____ : SAUCE
35. Mr. Cassini : OLEG
36. Imperious emperor : NERO
39. Very: Fr. : TRES
40. Early start : PRE
42. Latin literary lion : LIVY
44. Respected tribesman : ELDER
46. Lab measurers : PIPETS
47. Skipped over : ELIDED
49. Baldwin and Guinness : ALECS
50. Calcutta coin : RUPEE
52. Like some gases : INERT
54. Nabokov novel : PNIN
55. Some ring decisions : TKOS
56. Frost : RIME
57. Central Sicilian city : ENNA
58. Blue-pencil : EDIT
60. "Hubba-hubba! : WOW
61. "_____ as directed" : USE

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