New York Times, Wednesday, June 15, 1994

Author: Thomas W. Schier
Editor: Will Shortz
Thomas W. Schier
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 37 Missing: {QXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Schier. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Jerk : SPASM
6. Netman Kriek : JOHAN
11. Peek : GLANCE
12. Even (with) : ONAPAR
14. Bristles : ARISTAS
15. Symbol of somberness, in poetry : YEWTREE
17. Passbook amt. : DEP
18. Not a winner : ALSORAN
20. Tell (on) : RAT
21. Fishes by dangling the bait on the water : DAPS
23. Meadowlands hockey player : DEVIL
24. Lasso : ROPE
25. " _____ or lose it!" : USEIT
27. June honoree : DAD
28. Farm worker : SOWER
29. Xerxes ruled here : PERSIA
31. Directional sign : LEFTTURN
33. Bank burglars : YEGGS
35. Packaging material : SARAN
36. Informational sign : TOWNHALL
39. Topped : OUTDID
42. Take _____ at : ASHOT
43. Dusseldorf dessert : EIS
45. White House resignee of 1988 : MEESE
46. Team finisher : STER
47. Stenos' output : MEMOS
49. Dully colored : DRAB
50. Author Kesey : KEN
51. Indiana town near South Bend : LAPORTE
53. French city where Henry IV was born : PAU
54. Diane and Ruth : SAWYERS
56. Portray, as historical events : REENACT
58. Outbuilding : LEANTO
59. More _____ : ORLESS
60. "Following the Equator" author : TWAIN
61. Bridge seats : WESTS
1. Cautionary sign : SLIPPERYWHENWET
2. Not in France : PAS
3. Theater org. : ANTA
4. Burn : SCALD
5. Interfered (with) : MESSED
6. Spur-of-the-moment trips : JOYRIDES
7. Magic's Shaquille : ONEAL
8. "Bird on a Wire" actress : HAWN
9. Meet : APT
10. Cautionary sign : NARROWUNDERPASS
11. Bribe, informally : GREASE
13. "Grim" one : REAPER
14. Make sense : ADDUP
16. Forever, to Keats : ETERN
19. Race track : OVAL
22. "Yes, sir," in Seville : SISENOR
24. Switched according to plan : ROTATED
26. Packed closely : TIGHT
28. Pluck a uke : STRUM
30. Muslim honorific : AGA
32. _____ Schwarz : FAO
34. Thinks over : SLEEPSON
36. Difficult matters : TASKS
37. Bony : OSTEAL
38. Prom night transport : LIMO
40. Stern and Newton : ISAACS
41. Coming out : DEBUT
44. Juliet's was "sweet" : SORROW
47. Cuban patriot Jose : MARTI
48. Metric measure : STERE
51. Yakutsk's river : LENA
52. Sigmoid swimmers : EELS
55. Go off course : YAW
57. End up with : NET

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