New York Times, Saturday, December 31, 1994

Author: Alex K. Justin
Editor: Will Shortz
Alex K. Justin
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 33 Missing: {JKQX} This is puzzle # 9 for Mr. Justin. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Tableaux : PICTURES
9. Noted wine merchant : GALLO
14. Presently : INAWHILE
15. Poetic England : ALBION
16. Personal choice : CUPOFTEA
17. Shalimar Gardens locale : LAHORE
18. Horace's "____ Poetica" : ARS
19. Brilliantly decorated : EMBLAZONED
21. "_____ a bug..." : SNUGAS
24. One with an objective : AIMER
25. Word in the name of many political movements : LIB
26. Screen Artists Guild president, 1981-85 : ASNER
27. Body-building stuff : DNA
30. Stiffness : SPINE
32. Played for a sucker : USED
33. Vietnam War legacy: Abbr. : MIAS
34. Without a clue : PUZZLED
36. "Woman with the Hat" painter : MATISSE
38. Field of interest : AREA
39. In one's prime : RIPE
41. Works over : EDITS
42. Bats : MAD
43. Songwriter Blades : RUBEN
44. Kurosawa epic : RAN
45. Source of autumn red : MAPLE
46. Carson's erstwhile ABC rival : BISHOP
49. Actress from Coventry, England : ELLENTERRY
53. Continental abbr. : EUR
54. Greenroom : LOUNGE
55. On the wing : AIRBORNE
58. Was plenty angry : BOILED
59. Some drugs : GENERICS
60. Pioneer Expressionist James : ENSOR
61. Glorifies : ELEVATES
1. Type fonts : PICAS
2. Bury : INURN
3. Like a news brief : CAPSULIZED
4. 1940 Broadway hit "_____for the Show" : TWO
5. TV band : UHF
6. Solemn procedures : RITES
7. Certain sch. : ELEM
8. Catch of the deep : SEABASS
9. Bakery gizmo : GLAZER
10. Can't stand : ABHOR
11. Share holder? : LION
12. Folk follower : LORE
13. Lacking height and depth : ONED
15. Public walk : ALAMEDA
20. Tackles, e.g. : LINEMEN
22. Tokyo shopping district : GINZA
23. "J'Accuse" director Gance : ABEL
26. Loud enough : AUDIBLE
27. Leave out, in a way : DISINHERIT
28. Frank Leslie illustrator : NAST
29. "_____ Death" (Grieg elegy) : ASES
30. Infantry fare : SPAM
31. Aqua _____ : PURA
33. Muffler king? : MIDAS
35. Broke out : ERUPTED
37. Hatcher of "Lois and Clark" : TERI
40. Nobility : PEERAGE
43. Word with Power or park : RANGER
45. _____ Park, Calif. : MENLO
46. Mayor of Chicago, 1979-83 : BYRNE
47. Little bit : OUNCE
48. Squeeze : PRESS
49. Hamburg's river : ELBE
50. Nutcase : LOON
51. _____ de Velasco (University of Mexico founder) : LUIS
52. Monetary unit of Cambodia : RIEL
56. Girl's nickname : BEV
57. Mouths, anatomically : ORA

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