New York Times, Friday, June 10, 1994

Author: Wayne Robert Williams
Editor: Will Shortz
Wayne Robert Williams
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 39 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Williams. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Helen Gahagan film role of 1935 : SHE
4. Mirthful : JOVIAL
10. Guzzle : TOPE
14. Electioneerer, for short : POL
15. One-two bet : EXACTA
16. Perpetually : EVER
17. Start of a letter arrangement : QWERTYUIOP
19. Broadway's Kirk : LISA
20. Blowout : REVEL
21. They can't be beat : NEMESES
23. Mother's charge : EAT
25. Show eagerness : SALIVATE
26. More of the arrangement : ASDFGHJKL
30. Laminated rocks : MICAS
31. Fade in the stretch : DIE
32. Motorists' org. : AAA
33. Film maker Craven : WES
34. End of the arrangement : ZXCVBNM
37. Start of the explanation of the arrangement : ORDEROF
41. Wide width : EEE
42. Laurel and Hardy : DUO
43. Alfonso XIII's queen : ENA
44. Actress Anne : MEARA
47. More of the explanation : LETTERSON
50. Pyrenees resident : ANDORRAN
52. Stowe girl : EVA
53. Wider in scope : GRANDER
54. Get out of the way : EVADE
58. Venetian honcho : DOGE
59. End of the explanation : TYPEWRITER
63. Men's names meaning "lion" : ALIS
64. Receive as a member : INCEPT
65. Former : OLD
66. _____ gin : SLOE
67. Perks : EXTRAS
68. The end (appropriately) : ZEE
1. Initials in ancient Rome : SPQR
2. Six-time N.H.L. M.V.P. : HOWE
3. Mountain road abbr. : ELEV
4. Flying woe : JETLAG
5. Acetylene starter : OXY
6. _____ -de-Vire (historic French valley) : VAU
7. Here, in Tours : ICI
8. Lacking a key : ATONAL
9. Collar extension : LAPEL
10. Air : TELEVISE
11. Egg receptacle : OVISAC
12. 100 centimes : PESETA
13. Gets the lead out : ERASES
18. Sailing hazard : REEF
22. Copied : MIMED
24. "Macbeth" title : THANE
25. Jamaican beat : SKA
26. Finishing tool : ADZ
27. Early evening hour : SIX
28. Winter mo. : DEC
29. Tight spot : JAM
33. Drafted : WROTE
35. Like Shakespeare's Valentine and Proteus : VERONESE
36. Goat feature : BEARD
37. At lunch, maybe : OUT
38. Scale notes : RES
39. Pioneer performance artist : ONO
40. Stir the air : FAN
42. _____ mother : DEN
44. A Gabor et al. : MAGDAS
45. Join the party : ENROLL
46. Slowly : ADAGIO
47. Speech source : LARYNX
48. Turns outward : EVERTS
49. Mr. Shankar : RAVI
51. Get back to even : RETIE
55. The gamut : ATOZ
56. Excise : DELE
57. Mahler's "Das Lied von der _____" : ERDE
60. Statistical abbr. : PCT
61. Suffix with command : EER
62. New Deal prog. : WPA

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