New York Times, Tuesday, March 22, 1994

Author: Stephanie Spadaccini
Editor: Will Shortz
Stephanie Spadaccini
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQWXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 9 for Ms. Spadaccini. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Caspar or Balthazar, e.g. : MAGUS
6. Rope material : HEMP
10. Chorale part : BASS
14. Florida city : OCALA
15. Jai _____ : ALAI
16. La Scala presentation : ARIA
17. NO UNTIDY CLOTHES : THENUDISTCOLONY
20. Walking on air : ELATED
21. Macadam ingredient : TAR
22. _____ Cruces, N.M. : LAS
23. Prepared : SET
24. Harem : SERAGLIO
26. Subordinate Claus : ELF
29. Apocalypse : DOOM
31. Gene material : DNA
32. Seldom seen : RARE
34. "QB VII" author : URIS
36. Lump of jelly, e.g. : GLOB
39. GOVERN, CLEVER LAD : GROVERCLEVELAND
43. "You said it!" : AMEN
44. Writer Shere : HITE
45. Approve : OKAY
46. W.W.II grp. : RAF
48. Agrippina's. son : NERO
50. German pronoun : SIE
51. Answer to "What's keeping you?" : IMCOMING
55. Mount near ancient Troy : IDA
57. Item in a lock : OAR
58. "I" affliction : EGO
59. 1990 Bette Midler film : STELLA
62. BLATHER SENT ON YE : THEBLARNEYSTONE
66. Neighborhood : AREA
67. Le Mans, e.g. : RACE
68. Conductor Georg : SOLTI
69. Back-to-school time: Abbr. : SEPT
70. Bouquet : ODOR
71. Friend of Henry and June : ANAIS
1. Word on the Oise : MOT
2. Long (for) : ACHE
3. Food critic Greene : GAEL
4. Arm bones : ULNAS
5. Fried lightly : SAUTED
6. Actor Charles of "Hill Street Blues" : HAID
7. Overhead trains : ELS
8. Not shiny : MATTE
9. A captain of the Enterprise : PICARD
10. Dance, in France : BAL
11. On _____ (doing well) : AROLL
12. 1979 treaty peninsula : SINAI
13. Authority : SAYSO
18. Alternate road : DETOUR
19. Los Angeles suburb : ORANGE
24. Obviously pleased : SMILING
25. Big name in viniculture : GALLO
26. Physics unit : ERG
27. Zhivago's love : LARA
28. "It Came _____ Outer Space" : FROM
30. Mezz. alternative : ORCH
33. "It's true," in Torino : EVERO
35. French resort town : SETE
37. Forest florae : OAKS
38. _____ B'rith : BNAI
40. Fingernail polish : ENAMEL
41. Realism : VERITY
42. Salon selection : DYE
47. Rossini character : FIGARO
49. Potemkin mutiny site : ODESSA
51. Jots : IOTAS
52. Skiing's Phil or Steve : MAHRE
53. Tiptoe : CREEP
54. Air Force arm: Abbr. : NORAD
56. Illinois city : ALTON
59. Cassandra : SEER
60. Falanaor Montez : LOLA
61. Opposing : ANTI
63. Dracula, sometimes : BAT
64. Sgt., e.g. : NCO
65. Frozen Wasser : EIS

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