New York Times, Tuesday, May 23, 1995

Author: Jay Livingston
Editor: Will Shortz
Jay Livingston
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQVX} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Livingston. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. 6 Down finales : MATES
6. Corn waste : COB
9. Conductor Riccardo : MUTI
13. Ancient Greek marketplace : AGORA
14. _____ polloi : HOI
15. Physically squelch : SITON
16. 1. e4; e5 2. Nf3; Nc6 3. Bg5 : RUYLOPEZOPENING
19. Detective's assignment : CASE
20. Sugar suffix : OSE
21. Actor Estevez : EMILIO
22. Cousin of "Mayday!" : SOS
23. Cut in thirds : TRISECT
24. Neighbor of a knight : BISHOP
28. Name of 12 popes : PIUS
29. "So long" : ADIEU
30. Stocking material : SILK
31. Debussy's had quite an afternoon : FAUN
35. 1. e4; c5 : SICILIANDEFENSE
38. Frozen dew : HOAR
39. Steelmaker's need : COKE
40. Property taxes in London : RATES
41. Lotto variant : KENO
42. Sherwood, e.g. : FOREST
43. Doctorow best seller : RAGTIME
47. Lose energy : SAG
48. Filmdom's May : ELAINE
49. Here, in Hyères : ICI
50. _____ even keel : ONAN
54. 1. e4; e5 2. Nf3; Nc6 3. Nc3; Nf6 : FOURKNIGHTSGAME
57. Playwright William et al. : INGES
58. "_____ is the winter..." : NOW
59. Wiser's companion : OLDER
60. Kickoff props : TEES
61. Gun lobby inits. : NRA
62. Relative of 41 Across : BEANO
1. _____ Antony : MARC
2. Juárez water : AGUA
3. Hellman's were in the attic : TOYS
4. Gardner of mysteries : ERLE
5. _____ Paulo : SAO
6. This puzzle's theme : CHESS
7. Seep : OOZE
8. Life story : BIO
9. Some skirts : MINIS
10. Practical : UTILE
11. Pick-me-up : TONIC
12. Gold bar : INGOT
15. Interstate haulers : SEMIS
17. One of the decks : POOP
18. Old-fashioned wig : PERUKE
22. Musical genre : SOUL
23. Mark for mañana : TILDE
24. Big party : BASH
25. Prefix meaning peculiar : IDIO
26. Film director Vittorio De _____ : SICA
27. One next in line : HEIR
28. Suspiciously left, 50's style : PINKO
30. France's _____-et-Loire department : SAONE
31. Dread : FEAR
32. First chips : ANTE
33. Exploits : USES
34. Place for eggs : NEST
36. Onetime refrigerant suppliers : ICEMEN
37. Tadpole, eventually : FROG
41. Twists in a line : KINKS
42. _____ accompli : FAIT
43. Change the equipment : REFIT
44. Solo : ALONE
45. Pressure measurer : GAUGE
46. Michelins, e.g. : TIRES
47. Unstressed vowel : SCHWA
49. Frankenstein's helper : IGOR
50. Give the eye : OGLE
51. Nothing, to a Nuyorican : NADA
52. The last word : AMEN
53. Famed fiddler : NERO
55. Hotel : INN
56. Weep : SOB

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