New York Times, Wednesday, April 6, 1994

Author: Ed Stein
Editor: Will Shortz
Ed Stein
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {HKZ} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Stein. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Sibelius's "_____ Triste" : VALSE
6. Where pins are made : MATS
10. Masochist's start : SADO
14. "Tempest" spirit : ARIEL
15. Late king of Norway : OLAV
16. Popular rapper : ICET
17. Impractical idealist : DONQUIXOTE
19. Venus's home : MILO
20. Legal add-on : ESE
21. "_____ goes" ("Slaughter-house-Five" refrain) : SOIT
22. Casserole tidbit : NOODLE
24. Port, e.g. : REDWINE
26. Son of _____ : AGUN
27. Gardner of "Mogambo" : AVA
28. Hollywood comer : STARLET
31. Butler portrayer : GABLE
34. First king of Israel : SAUL
35. Leprechaun's land : ERIN
37. French state : ETAT
38. Father: Prefix : PATRI
39. Oscar-winning song of 1958 : GIGI
40. "The Wind in the Willows" character : MOLE
41. Deadlocked : EVEN
42. Peacocks do it : PREEN
43. Hook and crew : PIRATES
45. Kind of ball or card : CUE
46. He talked horse sense : MRED
47. Super-remedy : CUREALL
51. Hamlet's weapon : RAPIER
54. Jolts : JARS
55. Copacabana locale : RIO
56. Send forth : EMIT
57. Performer of prodigious feats : PAULBUNYAN
60. Set of type : FONT
61. Sea into which the Amu Darya flows : ARAL
62. Persian : IRANI
63. Deuce topper : TREY
64. Caravel of 1492 : NINA
65. Strong tastes : TANGS
1. "Star Wars" villain : VADER
2. Went up : AROSE
3. Like some pads : LINED
4. Et_____ (footnote abbr.) : SEQ
5. Slippery : ELUSIVE
6. Spirit : MOXIE
7. Scads : ALOT
8. Make antimacassars : TAT
9. Bad influence : SVENGALI
10. Cruel employer : SIMONLEGREE
11. Folic, e.g. : ACID
12. "Heigho! the derry oh" setting : DELL
13. Tribe in the Winnebago nation : OTOE
18. Early center of Celtic learning : IONA
23. Sharing adjective : OUR
25. Daydreamer : WALTERMITTY
26. Take _____ for the worse : ATURN
28. Makes happy : SATES
29. Naval battle site of 1813 : ERIE
30. Comics bulldog : TIGE
31. Masterpiece : GEM
32. Superior to : ATOP
33. Site of a "Road" film : BALI
34. Redeemed : SAVED
36. "Delta of Venus" author : NIN
38. Immature adult male : PETERPAN
42. Livelihood : PURSUIT
44. Art today : ARE
45. Bridle : CURB
47. Arum lily : CALLA
48. Nordic : ARYAN
49. Chinese weight : LIANG
50. Actress Anderson et al. : LONIS
51. Deprived, poetically : REFT
52. Subject in Virgil's "Eclogues" : AMOR
53. Furniture wood : PINE
54. Don _____ : JUAN
58. "Exodus" role : ARI
59. Blue Eagle agcy. of the 30's : NRA

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