New York Times, Tuesday, March 7, 1995

Author: Gregory E. Paul
Editor: Will Shortz
Gregory E. Paul
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34 Missing: {CJQVXZ} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Witches : HAGS
5. "The Metamorphosis" author : KAFKA
10. Office honcho : BOSS
14. Skin soother : ALOE
15. Violas' neighbors in an orchestra : OBOES
16. It's west of Ark. : OKLA
17. "Love _____ leave it" : ITOR
18. "Hungry Like the Wolf" singers : DURANDURAN
20. Vegetarian's no-no : REDMEAT
22. 'Twixt 12 and 20 : TEENAGE
23. Actor Dick of "Bewitched" : YORK
24. Defense acronym : NORAD
25. _____ cum laude : MAGNA
27. Freight weight : TON
28. Poet laureate Cecil Day _____ : LEWIS
32. Juárez ones : UNOS
33. Remove vital parts from : GUT
34. Scold : BERATE
35. 6 on a phone : MNO
36. Bullfighter : MATADOR
38. Actor Cariou : LEN
39. San Diego nine : PADRES
41. Panhandle : BEG
42. Fakir's income : ALMS
43. More cagey : SLYER
44. "Kidnapped" monogram : RLS
45. Eliminate : ERASE
46. See eye to eye : AGREE
48. Defect : FLAW
49. They're far out : APOGEES
52. Candy from a machine : GUMBALL
55. 1969 hit by the Archies : SUGARSUGAR
57. Mr. Nastase : ILIE
58. Counterfeiters' foes : TMEN
59. Muslim prince : EMEER
60. Hawkeye Pierce's portrayer : ALDA
61. Dian Fossey subjects : APES
62. British tube : TELLY
63. "A bit of talcum / Is always walcum" writer : NASH
1. Tresses : HAIR
2. Der _____ (Adenauer) : ALTE
3. Self-righteous : GOODYGOODY
4. O'Hara's "_____ and Soda Water" : SERMONS
5. Minolta rival : KODAK
6. Adjoin : ABUT
7. Part of F.Y.I. : FOR
8. 1977 Oscar actress : KEATON
9. Seven-time Emmy winner Ed : ASNER
10. Rascal : BOUNDER
11. Green pods : OKRA
12. Dross : SLAG
13. Mentally sound : SANE
19. Casino employee : DEALER
21. Victorian, for one : ERA
24. Distinguished : NOTABLE
25. Parotitis : MUMPS
26. Historical record : ANNAL
27. Howard Carter's 1922 discovery : TUT
29. Whitman College site : WALLAWALLA
30. Paraphernalia : ITEMS
31. Taste or touch : SENSE
33. Oil alternative : GAS
34. Swamp : BOG
36. Wall Street news : MERGER
37. TV host O'Connor : DES
40. Former White House family : REAGANS
42. Kind of coffee : ARABIAN
44. Job hunter's need : RESUME
45. Slippery _____ : ELM
47. Calibrate anew : RESET
48. Like winter animals : FURRY
49. Hammett hound : ASTA
50. Low-cut shoe : PUMP
51. Double curve : OGEE
52. Food critic Greene : GAEL
53. Pots' tops : LIDS
54. Wife of Jacob : LEAH
56. Toothpaste type : GEL

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