New York Times, Saturday, December 3, 1994

Author: Rich Norris
Editor: Will Shortz
Rich Norris
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31 Missing: {JYZ} This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Norris. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Self-supporting : FREELANCE
10. According to : ASPER
15. Turnpike sites : RESTAREAS
16. 40's jazz-style singer Ella Mae : MORSE
17. Cut off : INTERCEPT
18. Prime : ELECT
19. Greek letters : ETAS
20. Pulitizer-winning critic Richard : EDER
21. Naval acronym : SONAR
22. Profits : NET
23. Look : DECOR
25. Albergo offering : SALA
26. "_____ Lover" (1959 hit) : DREAM
29. Herd orphan : DOGIE
31. Toe preceder : TAC
32. Focus : HUB
34. Hindu divinity : DEVA
35. Had : ATE
36. Checks : SQUARES
40. Like a nursing infant : NESTLED
42. Cask : TUN
43. Choir members : ALTI
45. Accelerate : REV
46. Purge : RID
47. Blackmore heroine : LORNA
49. "The Merry Widow" star, 1952 : LAMAS
53. Support payers : EXES
55. Tend the plants : WATER
57. Sacred serpent : ASP
58. Wounds : SORES
60. Elf of Persian folklore : PERI
61. Pop singer Stansfield : LISA
62. Fend (off) : STAVE
63. Down-to-earth : PRAGMATIC
65. Trevanian's "The _____ Sanction" : EIGER
66. Following : ENTOURAGE
67. Cinematographer's concern : SCENE
68. Some leather garments : DEERSKINS
1. Patron : FRIEND
2. One in a flat : RENTER
3. Possessions : ESTATE
4. Times spent on la plage : ETES
5. Ancient Roman spirit : LAR
6. Like a rainbow : ARCED
7. In demand : NEEDED
8. Mashpee's peninsula : CAPECOD
9. Ovarian product : ESTROGEN
10. Old-time actor Leon : AMES
11. Recitals, often : SOLOS
12. Type of medical care : PRENATAL
13. Raise : ESCALATE
14. Went over : RETRACED
24. Snake, for one : RIVER
27. Response to a revelation : AHA
28. "The Last Judgment," e.g. : MURAL
30. Studio prop : EASEL
33. Word after "look out" : BELOW
36. Highlights : STRESSES
37. Starry-eyed : QUIXOTIC
38. Minor : UNDERAGE
39. Down to one's last nickel : STRAPPED
41. Fed. agency estab.in 1933 : TVA
44. Future resident, perhaps : INTERNE
48. Make bubbly : AERATE
50. Curacao quaff : MAITAI
51. Delegate : ASSIGN
52. Staggers, with "out" : SPACES
54. A natural : SEVEN
56. Asperity : RIGOR
59. Arid : SERE
61. Shenanigan : LARK
64. High school subj. : MUS

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