New York Times, Tuesday, January 4, 1994

Author: David A. Rosen
Editor: Will Shortz
David A. Rosen
TotalDebutLatestCollabs
21/4/19944/8/19940
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
0010010
ScrabbleRebusCirclePangram
1.76000

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QZ} Spans: 4 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Rosen. NYT links: Across Lite

Support XWord Info

Donation Amount

XWord Info is only possible when people like you choose to support it through donations.

Consider giving $10, $20, or more so this web site can continue to provide its in-depth analysis of NYT crosswords.

Thank you!

1
M
2
E
3
L
4
E
5
E
6
F
7
A
8
C
9
T
10
T
11
A
12
S
13
K
14
A
C
A
S
E
15
A
M
O
R
16
A
R
L
O
17
T
H
I
C
K
18
J
U
I
C
Y
19
S
T
E
A
K
20
H
O
R
A
21
U
N
D
O
22
H
A
S
T
O
23
P
24
A
D
25
K
I
M
26
F
27
R
28
I
E
D
O
29
N
30
I
31
O
N
R
I
32
N
33
G
34
S
35
R
A
T
E
S
36
A
S
H
O
T
37
A
H
A
38
A
N
T
S
39
B
F
L
A
T
40
G
I
A
N
41
N
C
O
42
C
A
T
E
R
43
M
E
A
N
T
44
C
H
O
45
C
O
L
A
T
E
46
S
U
N
D
A
E
47
A
M
I
48
E
G
O
49
S
50
H
51
A
R
I
52
F
53
I
54
J
I
55
V
56
A
57
N
58
E
59
H
I
G
H
C
60
H
O
L
E
S
61
T
E
R
O
L
62
O
R
E
O
63
E
X
I
T
64
U
S
E
R
S
65
W
E
E
P
66
N
Y
E
T
67
B
E
A
M
E
© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Rumble : MELEE
6. Not fancy? : FACT
10. Difficult obligation : TASK
14. "_____of do or die" : ACASE
15. Bing Crosby best seller : AMOR
16. Guthrie the younger : ARLO
17. Hearty entree : THICKJUICYSTEAK
20. Kibbutzniks' dance : HORA
21. Reverse : UNDO
22. Must : HASTO
23. Place to crash : PAD
25. Kipling novel : KIM
26. Tasty side dish : FRIEDONIONRINGS
35. Mortgage matter : RATES
36. Words before "in the arm" or "in the dark" : ASHOT
37. Detective's cry : AHA
38. Them in "Them!" : ANTS
39. Common key signature : BFLAT
40. Composer_____ Carlo Menotti : GIAN
41. Cpl., for one : NCO
42. Feed a fete : CATER
43. Stood for : MEANT
44. Yummy dessert : CHOCOLATESUNDAE
47. Cherbourg chum : AMI
48. Latin I? : EGO
49. Lamb Chop's "spokesperson" : SHARI
52. Oceania republic : FIJI
55. Windmill segment : VANE
59. Eventual bonus? : HIGHCHOLESTEROL
62. Cream-filled sandwich : OREO
63. Debouchment : EXIT
64. Internet patrons : USERS
65. Blubber : WEEP
66. Yeltsin veto : NYET
67. Koch's predecessor : BEAME
1. Calculator work : MATH
2. Radar blip : ECHO
3. Thieves' hideout : LAIR
4. They're loose : ESCAPEES
5. "Yikes!" : EEK
6. "The Afternoon of a _____" : FAUN
7. In the thick of : AMID
8. First name in perfumery : COCO
9. Venture : TRY
10. Japanese mats : TATAMI
11. Olympic hawk : ARES
12. Bed-frame crosspiece : SLAT
13. "Mikado" executioner : KOKO
18. Sport whose name means "soft way" : JUDO
19. Polo, e.g. : SHIRT
24. Circulars : ADS
25. Carpenter's woe : KNOT
26. French bread? : FRANC
27. High-priced spread? : RANCH
28. ".... and eat _____" : ITTOO
29. Subj. of a Clinton victory, 11/17/93 : NAFTA
30. Key : ISLET
31. Midway alternative : OHARE
32. River nymph : NAIAD
33. The Gold Coast, today : GHANA
34. "A votre_____!" : SANTE
39. Java neighbor : BALI
40. Columbus, by birth : GENOVESE
42. "Nancy" or "Cathy" : COMIC
43. Puss : MUG
45. Server on skates : CARHOP
46. DOS + cuatro : SEIS
49. Take third : SHOW
50. Take on : HIRE
51. "_____on Film" (1983 book set) : AGEE
52. Conniving : FOXY
53. Coach Nastase : ILIE
54. Rock's Joan : JETT
56. Sphere : AREA
57. "Cheers" habitue : NORM
58. Alternatively : ELSE
60. Lady lobster : HEN
61. Ungainly craft : TUB

Found bugs or have suggestions?

Previous puzzle | Next puzzle