New York Times, Wednesday, November 1, 1995

Author: D.J. DeChristopher
Editor: Will Shortz
D. J. DeChristopher
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 40 Missing: {QWZ} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. DeChristopher. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Lady Macbeth wanted one out : SPOT
5. Rangy : TALL
9. Infatuate : BESOT
14. Clinton's birthplace : HOPE
15. Oscar-winning Kazan : ELIA
16. Slip into ____ (become unconscious) : ACOMA
17. Flourish : ELAN
18. "Buddenbrooks" author : MANN
19. Trolley sound : CLANG
20. "Moonstruck" actress : OLYMPIADUKAKIS
23. Suffer : AIL
24. Ignorance, proverbially : BLISS
25. "Les baigneuses" artist : PIERRERENOIR
31. Domicile : ABODE
32. Delight (in) : EXULT
33. Moon vehicle, briefly : LEM
36. Cotton seeders : GINS
37. Lacy loop : PICOT
38. Stir up : RILE
39. Double curve : ESS
40. Israeli dancer Valery : PANOV
41. Titled ladies : DAMES
42. 80's-90's Czech tennis star : HELENASUKOVA
44. Herman Wouk ship : CAINE
46. Stout relative : ALE
47. Abstract Expressionism pioneer : JACKSONPOLLOCK
53. Set loose : UNTIE
54. Folkie Guthrie : ARLO
55. Gratis : FREE
57. Diamond or ruby : STONE
58. Light shaft : BEAM
59. Petrol, e.g. : FUEL
60. Ice lifter : TONGS
61. "Auld Lang ____" : SYNE
62. Women's health magazine : SELF
1. "____ sells sea shells..." : SHE
2. Prince Charles's' sport : POLO
3. Destructive 1995 hurricane : OPAL
4. First-down requirement : TENYARDS
5. Forehead part : TEMPLE
6. Jai _____ : ALAI
7. Director Wertmuller : LINA
8. Reel in : LAND
9. Silhouetted : BACKLIT
10. Filled pastry : ECLAIR
11. Drenches : SOAKS
12. Old compacts : OMNIS
13. Dog ID's : TAGS
21. Swampy goo : MIRE
22. Carpenter's double-nutter : UBOLT
25. Message bearer : PAGE
26. Leggy wader : IBIS
27. Ages and ages : EONS
28. Queen of France : REINE
29. Parolee, e.g. : EXCON
30. New, in Napoli : NUOVA
33. Luxury wheels : LIMO
34. Hgt. : ELEV
35. Mexican geologic feature : MESA
37. Archaeologist's prefix : PALEO
38. Illegal commissions : RAKEOFFS
40. Pascal work : PENSEES
41. Dishwaterlike : DULL
42. Outdoor exercise : HIKING
43. Strauss opera : SALOME
44. Pound creation : CANTO
45. London suburb : ACTON
47. Equitable : JUST
48. Arrests : NABS
49. Stalker's object : PREY
50. Buck heroine : OLAN
51. Rock's Mötley ____ : CRUE
52. Fall (over) : KEEL
56. Pixie : ELF

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