New York Times, Tuesday, November 29, 1994

Author: Bernice Gordon
Editor: Will Shortz
Bernice Gordon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {X} This is puzzle # 90 for Ms. Gordon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Record player : HIFI
5. Retrieve, as fly balls : SHAG
9. Conclude successfully : SEWUP
14. The King's middle name : ARON
15. Deal (with) : COPE
16. Forgo : WAIVE
17. Bach's "_____ in B Minor" : MASS
18. Place for Pete? : ROSEGARDEN
20. Part of a radio wave : ANTINODE
22. Group of nine : ENNEAD
23. Blockaded : SIEGED
24. One-liner : JOKE
25. Fraternity letter : RHO
26. Kind of cue : POOL
28. Con artist's game : SCAM
32. Thai money : BAHT
34. "Easy Aces" medium : RADIO
35. Rap's Salt-N-Pepa, e.g. : TRIO
36. _____ Annie ("Oklahoma!" role) : ADO
37. Doing a takeoff : APING
38. Canadian prov. : ONT
39. Upper cut? : RUMP
41. Spirited : LUSTY
42. Regarding : ASTO
43. "Dallas" actor Howard : KEEL
44. Diner sign : EATS
45. "_____ Doubtfire" : MRS
46. Ousted Ugandan : AMIN
48. Argentine grasslands : PAMPAS
51. Seasonal pick-me-up : EGGNOG
54. 90-degree arc : QUADRANT
56. Place for Tyrone? : POWERHOUSE
58. "_____, Brute?" : ETTU
59. Like some gases : INERT
60. Actress Merrill : DINA
61. A whole lot : SCAD
62. Make the air fragrant : CENSE
63. Call from the minaret : AZAN
64. Unnamed ones : THEY
1. Radical Mideast group : HAMAS
2. Shiraz native : IRANI
3. Place for Jodie? : FOSTERHOME
4. Discernment : INSIGHT
5. Young haddock : SCROD
6. Ruffian : HOOD
7. Semicircular church section : APSE
8. $1000, slangily : GEE
9. Ritzy : SWANK
10. Showing sincerity : EARNEST
11. Not on target : WIDE
12. Part of the eye : UVEA
13. Hang in the balance : PEND
19. Science course : GEOLOGY
21. Prefix with liberal : NEO
24. Nightclubs : JOINTS
26. Port Moresby resident : PAPUAN
27. Pindar, e.g. : ODIST
29. Place for Ben? : CROSSPATCH
30. "_____ We Got Fun?" : AINT
31. Marquand sleuth : MOTO
32. Trunk cover : BARK
33. Direction for Solti : ADUE
34. Andrew Johnson's birthplace : RALEIGH
40. Carpentry machines : PLANERS
42. Antimacassar locale : ARMREST
45. Epithet for Anthony Wayne : MAD
47. Malory's "Le _____ d'Arthur" : MORTE
48. Hymn of praise : PAEAN
49. Architectural piers : ANTAE
50. Book-lined room : STUDY
51. Like Homer's "Iliad" : EPIC
52. Missing : GONE
53. Verdon of "Red Head" : GWEN
54. "Jeopardy!" is one : QUIZ
55. Annapolis inits. : USNA
57. Ladies' room, of a sort : ODA

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