New York Times, Monday, April 11, 1994

Author: Martin Schneider
Editor: Will Shortz
Martin Schneider
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQWXZ} Spans: 1 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Schneider. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Expire, as a membership : LAPSE
6. Show hosts, for short : MCS
9. Fill : SATE
13. Secretary of State Root : ELIHU
14. Dadaist Hans : ARP
15. Like Old King Cole : MERRY
16. Baseball bigwig Bud : SELIG
17. Assurance : GUARANTEE
19. Not brand-name : GENERIC
21. Spring blooms : IRISES
22. Wildebeest : GNU
23. Entomological stage : IMAGO
25. Less original : STALER
28. Monks and nuns : VOTARIES
32. Apartment sign : TOLET
33. Lebanese symbol : CEDAR
34. Soup container : CAN
35. Immense, poetically : ENORM
36. Mine find : ORE
37. Lift the spirits of : ELATE
39. From _____ Z : ATO
40. Most Egyptians : ARABS
42. Meet official : TIMER
43. Louvre highlight : MONALISA
45. Insult : OFFEND
46. 1983 Streisand role : YENTL
47. Scottish denial : NAE
48. Value : ASSESS
51. Lethargy : INERTIA
55. Prohibition establishment : SPEAKEASY
57. Chain of hills : RIDGE
59. Country music's Tucker : TANYA
60. Drunk's problem, with "the" : DTS
61. Near Eastern chieftain : AMEER
62. Bettor's starter : ANTE
63. Opposite of WNW : ESE
64. Pores over : READS
1. Broadway's "_____ Miz" : LES
2. Words after shake or break : ALEG
3. Mass : PILE
4. Roof worker : SHINGLER
5. Noted name in puzzling : EUGENETMALESKA
6. Biblical trio : MAGI
7. Fancy term for 5-Down and 15-Down : CRUCIVERBALISTS
8. Vacation destination : SPA
9. Grad-to-be : SENIOR
10. Liberal _____ : ARTS
11. Corner : TREE
12. Potato features : EYES
15. Noted name in puzzling : MARGARETFARRAR
18. Lasso : RIATA
20. Capek play : RUR
24. Styles : MODES
25. It may come in a head : STEAM
26. Kemo Sabe's companion : TONTO
27. Crazy as _____ : ALOON
29. "_____, I saw ..." : ICAME
30. Eroded : EATEN
31. Dummy Mortimer : SNERD
33. Slide : COAST
38. Cable choice : LIFETIME
41. Washer cycle : RINSE
44. "Roger," at sea : AYEAYE
45. _____ for the books : ONE
48. Film dog : ASTA
49. Breadth : SPAN
50. Faxed : SENT
52. Wall Street abbr. : NYSE
53. Brainstorm : IDEA
54. Like some cheeses : AGED
56. Suffix added to fruit names : ADE
58. Speech stumbles : ERS

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