New York Times, Wednesday, December 22, 1993

Author: Morton B. Braun
Editor: Will Shortz
Morton B. Braun
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQWXZ} Spans: 4 This is puzzle # 8 for Mr. Braun. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1993, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Eve's second-born : ABEL
5. Selves : EGOS
9. Recipe direction : SCALD
14. Venetian traveler : POLO
15. Baby's cry : MAMA
16. Nuts-and-honey snack : HALVA
17. Syllabus : PLAN
18. Scottish group : CLAN
19. Bean or Welles : ORSON
20. Kind of joint between boards : TONGUEANDGROOVE
23. Angers : IRES
24. British statesman Sir Robert : PEEL
25. Pursued : CHASED
28. It can provide a moving experience : VAN
29. "_____ La Douce" : IRMA
33. Pregame rah-rah meeting : RALLY
34. 1948 Hitchcock nail-biter : ROPE
35. Close : NEAR
36. Island prison of history : ELBA
37. Days of celebration : FETES
38. Roof projection : EAVE
39. Hammer head : PEEN
40. CompuServe patron : USER
41. Joseph of the Senate : BIDEN
42. Viewed : EYED
43. "All Things Considered" network : NPR
44. Be annoyed : RESENT
45. Utah's state flower : SEGO
47. Knot in wood : BURL
48. The Iron Chancellor : OTTOVONBISMARCK
55. Pre-Columbian Mexican : NAHUA
56. Father of Enos : SETH
57. Tennis champ Yannick : NOAH
58. African antelope : ELAND
59. Suffix with kitchen or usher : ETTE
60. Old Russian assembly : DUMA
61. Race to a base, perhaps : SLIDE
62. Bird feeder fill : SEED
63. Observed : SEEN
1. Date with an M.D. : APPT
2. Heavy Army knife : BOLO
3. Verve : ELAN
4. View from Port Jefferson : LONGISLANDSOUND
5. Hosted a roast : EMCEED
6. Big parties : GALAS
7. Mideast gulf : OMAN
8. Alternative to a plane? : SANDPAPER
9. Kind of leave or dinner : SHORE
10. Group containing Truk, Belau and Yap : CAROLINEISLANDS
11. Too : ALSO
12. City in Ukraine : LVOV
13. Hans Christian Andersen, e.g. : DANE
21. 1934 chemistry Nobelist : UREY
22. Heredity units : GENES
25. Holiday paper : CREPE
26. The Tin Man portrayer : HALEY
27. "Seascape" playwright : ALBEE
28. Person in a booth? : VOTER
30. Author of "The Cloister and the Hearth" : READE
31. Expert : MAVEN
32. "You _____ kidding!" : ARENT
34. Survey data : RESPONSES
37. Baseball practice : FUNGO
41. Road shoulder : BERM
44. Hurried : RUSHED
46. Avoid : EVADE
47. Please, to 48-Across : BITTE
48. Singles : ONES
49. Fanciful, as a story : TALL
50. Popular cuisine : THAI
51. _____ noire : BETE
52. Rake : ROUE
53. Arrived : CAME
54. Tatar chief : KHAN

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