New York Times, Wednesday, April 27, 1994

Author: Rich Norris
Editor: Will Shortz
Rich Norris
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QZ} Spans: 3 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Norris. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Fitzgerald's forte : SCAT
5. Inter _____ : ALIA
9. W.W. I battle site : YPRES
14. Science fiction's _____ Award : HUGO
15. Persuade cagily : COAX
16. Prime : ELECT
17. Bon Ami rival : AJAX
18. Dog command : COME
19. Robert Louis Stevenson home : SAMOA
20. NO RUNS : HOSIERSBLESSING
23. Observatory site? : CLUE
24. Prepare to shoot : AIM
25. Have a few : IMBIBE
28. Takes away (from) : DETRACTS
33. Very, to Vivaldi : MOLTO
34. Muscovite, e.g. : MICA
35. Ring around the collar : LEI
36. NO HITS : PLAYWRIGHTSFEAR
40. Actor Wallach : ELI
41. 1962 Met _____ Chacon : ELIO
42. Backspace, on a computer : ERASE
43. Lorenz Hart, for one : LYRICIST
46. Razzed : JEERED
47. Music hall tune : RAG
48. Linkletter subjects : KIDS
49. NO ERRORS : ACCOUNTANTSHOPE
57. Reddish equines : ROANS
58. Baker : OVEN
59. Vitamin D source : MILK
60. "...the better _____ you with" : TOSEE
61. Memphis's locale : NILE
62. _____ vera : ALOE
63. Flag features : STARS
64. Without much thought : IDLY
65. TV's "_____ Blue" : NYPD
1. Ayatollah preceder : SHAH
2. King work : CUJO
3. Mideast potentates : AGAS
4. E.P.A. concern : TOXICITY
5. Mount up : ACCRUE
6. Slack : LOOSE
7. Sonnet part : IAMB
8. Kerrigan feat : AXEL
9. "You bet!" : YESSIR
10. Sci-fi energy source : PLASMA
11. The Apostle of the Franks : REMI
12. Coll. course : ECON
13. Buck : STAG
21. Be pushy : ELBOW
22. Corrode : EATAT
25. Drive : IMPEL
26. Tart-tongued writer _____ Ivins : MOLLY
27. Washington's _____ House : BLAIR
28. One, for one : DIGIT
29. Cavern phenomenon : ECHO
30. Exonerate : CLEAR
31. Coquette : TEASE
32. Fathered : SIRED
34. Thickness units : MILS
37. Be lordly : REIGN
38. Beginnings : SEEDS
39. Pledge, probably : FRESHMAN
44. One whose work is decreasing? : IRONER
45. Reasons why : CAUSES
46. Bus : JITNEY
48. Sound at sundown : KNELL
49. Some are liberal : ARTS
50. Geezer : COOT
51. _____ Grande, Ariz. : CASA
52. Grammy winner Braxton : TONI
53. More than willing : AVID
54. Too glib : OILY
55. Sit (down) : PLOP
56. Managed, with "out" : EKED

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