New York Times, Friday, August 5, 1994

Author: Daniel R. Stark
Editor: Will Shortz
Daniel R. Stark
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 27 Missing: {HJQXZ} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Stark. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Roomy sleeve : RAGLAN
7. In the cards : PROBABLE
15. Symphony written for Napoleon : EROICA
16. Furniture polish ingredient : LEMONOIL
17. Spreads the news : BRUITS
18. With no exceptions : EVERYONE
19. Poet's contraction : EER
20. One who's squeezed in : SARDINE
22. Mauna _____ : KEA
23. Rough it : CAMP
25. Seating areas : LOGES
26. Say truly : MEAN
27. Up a _____ : CREEK
29. Kittenish response : MEW
30. Fiery dance : TANGO
31. Team originally called the Colt .45s : ASTROS
33. Guard : DEFENDER
35. Not clerical : LAIC
37. Split : RENT
38. Founder of Detroit : CADILLAC
42. Smith of sorts : WELDER
46. Prince Valiant's wife : ALETA
47. Fanatic : NUT
49. Succinct : TERSE
50. Scream and shout : RAVE
51. Traveling aids : VISAS
53. Business letter encl. : SASE
54. Actor Vigoda : ABE
55. Quiescent : RESTING
57. Poison _____ : PEN
58. Nymph changed into a bear : CALLISTO
60. Like Don Juan : ARDENT
62. Added up : AMOUNTED
63. Drill : PIERCE
64. Stonecutter : LAPIDARY
65. Less muscle-bound : SPRYER
1. Daphne du Maurier novel : REBECCA
2. In _____ (behind) : ARREARS
3. Bon vivant : GOURMET
4. Year in Claudius's reign : LII
5. Romans preceder : ACTS
6. Countryish, in a way : NASAL
7. Made a toast : PLEDGED
8. Critic : REVIEWER
9. A shaman uses them : OMENS
10. Dull fellow : BORE
11. Jane Fonda farce "_____ Wednesday" : ANY
12. Library item : BOOKEND
13. Family tree : LINEAGE
14. _____ of Aquitaine : ELEANOR
21. Computer capacity, for short : ROM
24. Plant growth medium : PERLITE
26. Cloaks : MANTLES
28. Zoo critter : KOALA
30. Adoxy : TENET
32. Part of R.S.V.P. : SIL
34. Small number : FEW
36. Kitchen container : CANISTER
38. Cat with tufted ears : CARACAL
39. Creek Indian land : ALABAMA
40. Unfold : DEVELOP
41. Charge : CUSTODY
43. Wall hanging : DRAPERY
44. Gist : ESSENCE
45. Join again : REENTER
48. Mai _____ : TAI
51. Goddess of the hearth : VESTA
52. Herbal alcoholic drink : SNAPS
55. Part that's thrown away : RIND
56. Catch hold of : GRIP
59. Him, in Marseilles : LUI
61. Inspector Van _____ Valk (literary detective) : DER

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