New York Times, Wednesday, November 30, 1994

Author: Joan Scott
Editor: Will Shortz
Joan Scott
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {KZ} Spans: 3 This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Scott. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Access way : RAMP
5. Golden oldie? : MIDAS
10. Sala site : CASA
14. H2O : AQUA
15. D-day beach : OMAHA
16. Rack's partner : RUIN
17. Start of a breakfast order : JUICEHAMANDEGGS
20. Human culture phase : IRONAGE
21. Laurel tree nymph : DAPHNE
22. Draw : TIE
23. Meadow flowers : BLUETS
24. London or Manchester, e.g. : AUTHOR
28. Lamebrain : BOOB
29. Wedding necessity : GROOM
30. Farm vehicle : CART
31. Goddess pictured with an open papyrus : CLIO
35. Continuation of 17-Across : HASHBROWNSTOAST
38. In addition : ALSO
39. First name of mysteries : ERLE
40. Dome-top openings : OCULI
41. Peron et al. : EVAS
42. Tropical winds : TRADES
43. Wall Street's _____ Burnham Lambert : DREXEL
46. Hosp. machine : MRI
47. Salts : SEAMEN
48. Former British coins : GUINEAS
52. End of 17-Across : ANDACUPOFCOFFEE
55. Two before X : VIII
56. Sister of 31-Across : ERATO
57. Old dog in a Stephen Foster song : TRAY
58. Actor Jannings : EMIL
59. Ignited a snuffed wick : RELIT
60. Exclusive : SOLE
1. Indian rule : RAJ
2. Here, en espanol : AQUI
3. "The Ghost and Mrs. _____" : MUIR
4. Spanish guitarist ______ De Lucia : PACO
5. Angora yield : MOHAIR
6. Appearance : IMAGE
7. Baronet's wife : DAME
8. "I knew it!" : AHA
9. Youngsters' diamonds : SANDLOTS
10. _____ suzette : CREPE
11. Zero : AUGHT
12. Inks : SIGNS
13. Handle: Fr. : ANSE
18. Put in a vault : ENTOMB
19. Paint poorly : DAUB
23. Transported : BORNE
24. Turkish V.I.P. : AGHA
25. Russia's _____ Mountains : URAL
26. Word with ring or coin : TOSS
27. Belly laugh : HOHO
28. Scolds, with "out" : BAWLS
30. Lobster roe : CORAL
31. Imogene of "Your Show of Shows" : COCA
32. Extol : LAUD
33. Michigan's _____ Royale : ISLE
34. Inventor Elisha : OTIS
36. T-man : REVENUER
37. Former Ford : TORINO
41. Corporate chief : EXEC
42. Warp-knit fabric : TRICOT
43. Levi Strauss stock : DENIM
44. Arms of a sort : RADII
45. Instant correspondence : EMAIL
46. Civvies : MUFTI
47. Banker's byword : SAVE
48. Caged puck : GOAL
49. Newts : EFTS
50. Bygone hair style : AFRO
51. Gummed flap : SEAL
53. Prefix with date or dawn : PRE
54. Hurricane's center : EYE

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