New York Times, Friday, June 3, 1994

Author: Norman S. Wizer
Editor: Will Shortz
Norman S. Wizer
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 42 Missing: {FJQV} This is puzzle # 19 for Mr. Wizer. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Spring weather forecast : MILD
5. Grey and others : ZANES
10. Docs : MDS
13. Personal prefix : IDIO
14. "Simon Boccanegra," e.g. : OPERA
15. Defense mechanism : MOAT
16. Tramp : SLOG
17. Motherly type : DOTER
18. Seep : OOZE
19. Plant holder : TENDRIL
21. Quickened pace : CANTER
23. Coin on the Spanish Main : REAL
24. Can : SACK
25. 1995, 2005 and 2003, in China : BOARCOCKSHEEP
30. Vowel sounds in "melee" : LONGAS
31. Wheel part : RIM
32. Cry out : YELP
34. Released felon : EXCON
35. Spoon : PET
36. High-minded : MORAL
37. Adolescent : TEEN
38. Multitude : SEA
39. Dresden's location : SAXONY
40. 1996, 2001 and 2002, in China : RATSNAKEHORSE
43. Road to Roma : ITER
44. Lee or Teasdale : SARA
45. Elastic cord : BUNGEE
48. Used a pony : CRIBBED
52. Parrier's equipment : EPEE
53. Its capital is Kinshasa : ZAIRE
56. Western necktie : BOLO
57. Fighter of 1899-1902 : BOER
58. Dreaded computer word : ERROR
59. Nation on the Strait of Hormuz : IRAN
60. Remnant : END
61. Slumgullion and pepper pot : STEWS
62. Decimal system : TENS
1. Spray : MIST
2. Lay off : IDLE
3. Important person : LION
4. 1994, 2000 and 1998, in China : DOGDRAGONTIGER
5. They have many signs : ZODIACS
6. "Rocky" villain _____ Creed : APOLLO
7. Bottom line : NET
8. Before, before : ERE
9. Unbecoming wit : SARCASM
10. Debatable : MOOT
11. Stun : DAZE
12. Road ending : STER
15. 2004,1997 and 1999, in China : MONKEYOXRABBIT
20. Encored, in a way : RERAN
22. "_____du lieber!" : ACH
24. Blackout : SKIT
25. Onetime Chinese rebel : BOXER
26. _____ year (annually) : ONCEA
27. Haunted house sound : CREAK
28. Saarinen namesakes : EEROS
29. Nonelectric shaver : PLANE
30. Court call : LET
33. Layer : PLY
35. Seckel or Anjou : PEAR
36. Austronesian language : MAORI
38. Blessed events? : SNEEZES
39. Philanthropists : SHARERS
41. Genevieve, e.g.: Abbr. : STE
42. Place in trust : ESCROW
45. Actress Daniels of the silents : BEBE
46. Over : UPON
47. Shortfall : NEED
49. Endured : BORE
50. Panache : ELAN
51. Grandees : DONS
54. High school class : ART
55. Sharp feeling : IRE

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