New York Times, Monday, June 27, 1994

Author: Wayne Robert Williams
Editor: Will Shortz
Wayne Robert Williams
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Williams. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Interlaced : WOVEN
6. Canadian tree : MAPLE
11. Unit of chewing tobacco : WAD
14. Idiotic : INANE
15. Relieve : ALLAY
16. One of Frank's exes : AVA
17. Motion picture award : GOLDENGLOBE
19. _____ Kippur : YOM
20. _____ ex machina : DEUS
21. Red Square figure : LENIN
23. Spacecraft sections : MODULES
27. Tentative forays : FEELERS
29. Gone from the program : ERASED
30. Shoulders-to-hips areas : TORSOS
31. "_____ Irish Rose" : ABIES
32. Paper purchases : REAMS
33. Once existed : WAS
36. Guitarist Lofgren : NILS
37. See 30-Down : FIRMA
38. _____ fide : BONA
39. Farm enclosure : STY
40. Crude characters : BOORS
41. Gershwin hero : PORGY
42. Jai alai ball : PELOTA
44. "Ode to _____ Joe" : BILLIE
45. Votes : BALLOTS
47. Hamlet, at times : BROODER
48. Shrine to remember : ALAMO
49. Spotted : SEEN
50. Reunion-goers : KIN
51. Nature personified : MOTHEREARTH
58. First lady : EVE
59. "Middlemarch" author : ELIOT
60. Inventor Howe : ELIAS
61. Matched grouping : SET
62. Tears : RENTS
63. Show shock, e.g. : REACT
1. Store-bought hair : WIG
2. Musician Yoko : ONO
3. Actor Kilmer : VAL
4. Football lineman : END
5. Tries to rile : NEEDLES
6. John Fowles novel, with "The" : MAGUS
7. "_____ Well That Ends Well" : ALLS
8. Hebron grp. : PLO
9. Big, friendly dog, for short : LAB
10. Huxley's "_____ in Gaza" : EYELESS
11. Teen film hit of 1992 : WAYNESWORLD
12. To have, to Heloise : AVOIR
13. Curses : DAMNS
18. Require : NEED
22. "Xanadu" musical grp. : ELO
23. Signifies : MEANS
24. Pluto's path : ORBIT
25. Perry's paper : DAILYPLANET
26. Functions : USES
27. Bubble masses : FOAMS
28. Columnist Bombeck : ERMA
30. With 37-Across, the ground : TERRA
32. Wild times : RIOTS
34. 1973 Rolling Stones hit : ANGIE
35. Word with nay or sooth : SAYER
37. Bit of poetry : FOOT
38. Manila machete : BOLO
40. Early feminist : BLOOMER
41. Avant-gardist : PIONEER
43. Slippery _____ : ELM
44. Rabbit's title : BRER
45. Hardens, as clay : BAKES
46. Breathing : ALIVE
47. Borscht ingredients : BEETS
49. Bullet-riddled : SHOT
52. Cheer : OLE
53. Malleable metal : TIN
54. Pale or Newcastle brown : ALE
55. Narrow inlet : RIA
56. Middle X or O : TAC
57. Presidential initials : HST

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