New York Times, Monday, April 4, 1994

Author: Betty Jorgensen
Editor: Will Shortz
Betty Jorgensen
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42 Missing: {CJKQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 72 for Ms. Jorgensen. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. One who reunes : ALUM
5. Bic or Parker products : PENS
9. Lox's partner : BAGEL
14. Computer offering : MENU
15. Face shape : OVAL
16. Shade of white : IVORY
17. Noifs,_____ or buts : ANDS
18. Soho so-long : TATA
19. Lounges lazily : LOLLS
20. Start of a quip : DOESADOGSLIFE
23. Consumed : ATE
24. Israeli airport : LOD
25. _____ chango (magician's command) : PRESTO
29. "That was close!" : WHEW
31. Horror film frightener : BAT
34. Oscar de la _____ : RENTA
35. Mimi Sheraton subject : FOOD
36. Obstinate one : MULE
37. Middle of the quip : OFTENTIMESBEGIN
40. Hor.'s opposite : VERT
41. _____ of March : IDES
42. French avenue : ALLEE
43. It's north of Calif. : ORE
44. Chance _____ (meet accidentally) : UPON
45. Not present : ABSENT
46. Columbus univ. : OSU
47. One, in Orleans : UNE
48. End of the quip : WITHPUPPYLOVE
55. His beloved was Beatrice : DANTE
56. Old newspaper section : ROTO
57. Hide : PELT
59. Rags-to-riches writer : ALGER
60. Roughneck : GOON
61. Bombeck, the columnist : ERMA
62. Hops brews : BEERS
63. Sea eagle : ERNE
64. Cooper's was high : NOON
1. Internists' org. : AMA
2. Give temporarily : LEND
3. Remove, as a knot : UNDO
4. Daydream : MUSE
5. Spud : POTATO
6. Dodge : EVADE
7. European defense grp. : NATO
8. Dross : SLAG
9. Swell, as a cloud : BILLOW
10. Have nothing to do with : AVOID
11. Course game : GOLF
12. A Gardner : ERLE
13. Fleur-de-_____ : LYS
21. Old Nick : SATAN
22. Coasters : SLEDS
25. Utah city : PROVO
26. Allude (to) : REFER
27. _____ nous : ENTRE
28. Editor's mark : STET
29. Part of NOW : WOMEN
30. Breaks up clods : HOES
31. Company B awakener : BUGLE
32. ".... in tears amid the_____ corn": Keats : ALIEN
33. Ism : TENET
35. Rover's playmate : FIDO
36. Torme and Gibson : MELS
38. Raise the end of : TIPUP
39. Cacophonous tower : BABEL
44. Does a groomsman's job : USHERS
45. Whosoever : ANYONE
46. Bewhiskered animal : OTTER
47. Author Sinclair : UPTON
48. Fabric texture : WALE
49. "Come Back, Little Sheba" playwright : INGE
50. Prod : URGE
51. Rating a D : POOR
52. Aboveboard : OPEN
53. Florida's _____ Beach : VERO
54. Pollster Roper : ELMO
55. A tiny bit : DAB
58. Ecru : TAN

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