New York Times, Tuesday, March 1, 1994

Author: D.J. Listort
Editor: Will Shortz
D. J. Listort
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 46 Missing: {BFJQXYZ} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Listort. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Break down grammatically* : PARSE
6. Items in a still life* : PEARS
11. Braincase : CRANIUM
13. "_____ Fables" : AESOPS
15. Considers bond values again : RERATES
16. Reduce to ashes : CREMATE
18. Fred's sister : ADELE
19. _____ Speedwagon : REO
20. Not give _____ : ARAP
21. Mediocre : SOSO
22. Argued : PLED
24. Loudonville, N.Y., campus : SIENA
25. Classical name in medicine : GALEN
27. Sprinted : RAN
28. "_____ Believer" (Monkees hit) : IMA
31. Barn topper : VANE
32. Football squad : ELEVEN
36. Court ruling : LAW
37. Hint to solving the eight starred clues : ANAGRAM
39. _____ Jima : IWO
40. Ignite : KINDLE
42. Plane or dynamic preceder : AERO
43. Actress Ryan : MEG
44. Deteriorate : ROT
45. Curses : DAMNS
47. Sprockets linker : CHAIN
50. Reps.' counterparts : DEMS
51. Riding whip : CROP
55. Natural gait : LOPE
56. Emily, to Charlotte : SIS
57. Madrid attraction : PRADO
58. Kind of lot : USEDCAR
60. Zebralike : STRIPED
62. March laboriously : TRUDGE
63. Paired nuclides : ISOMERS
64. Catch suddenly* : SPEAR
65. Harvests* : REAPS
1. Trims* : PARES
2. Kind of recording : ANALOG
3. Passage ceremony : RITE
4. Cash's "A Boy Named _____" : SUE
5. Printers' widths : EMS
6. Set the standard for : PACED
7. Architect Saarinen : EERO
8. Chemical suffix : ASE
9. Lettuce variety : ROMAINE
10. Bowling save* : SPARE
11. Tomorrow: Lat. : CRAS
12. Try again : REDO
14. Laurel or Musial : STAN
17. Wetlands watchdog : EPA
19. Deserters : RENEGADES
22. Venus, for one : PLANET
23. River to the Laptev Sea : LENA
24. Game fish : SALMON
26. 50's singer Frankie : AVALON
27. Supplies with better weapons : REARMS
28. Kind : ILK
29. _____ tai (cocktail) : MAI
30. Cereal bristle : AWN
33. Robust energy : VIM
34. Pronoun in a cote? : EWE
35. Norfolk ale : NOG
38. 20+ quires : REAM
41. Evaporated : DRIEDUP
46. Act niggardly : SCRIMP
47. Actor Gulager : CLU
48. Emcee : HOST
49. Copycats* : APERS
50. More extreme : DIRER
52. Mustard plants* : RAPES
53. Baltic Sea feeder : ODER
54. Pea places : PODS
56. Long account : SAGA
57. Swift sailing boat : PROA
59. B-F connection : CDE
60. Salutation for Edmund Hillary : SIR
61. Half a fly : TSE

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