New York Times, Tuesday, July 19, 1994

Author: Christopher Hurt
Editor: Will Shortz
Christopher Hurt
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FJQZ} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Hurt. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Greatly impressed : AWED
5. Chairman _____ : MAO
8. Poet Mandelstam : OSIP
12. Charming : LOVELY
15. Viper : ASP
16. Moore of "A Few Good Men" : DEMI
17. Sagan's "_____ Brain" : BROCAS
18. 40-Across's beloved 11 : THEBEARS
20. Shifty shoe? : SNEAKER
22. African nation since 1993 : ERITREA
23. Danger : PERIL
25. Reps. : AGTS
26. Close, as friends : BOSOM
29. Musician's job : GIG
31. Composer of "Socrate" : SATIE
34. National park in Maine : ACADIA
36. Shem's father : NOAH
38. Getting on : OLD
39. Indian writer Santha Rama _____ : RAU
40. Theme of this puzzle : CHICAGO
42. End up ahead : WIN
43. Frank Baum's initial initial : ELL
44. Angel's headgear : HALO
45. California's motto : EUREKA
47. Hebrew master : RABBI
49. Dutch airline : KLM
51. Spinners, e.g. : LURES
52. Brain tests, for short : EEGS
54. Essentials : NEEDS
56. Common speech : VULGATE
59. Bureau : DRESSER
63. Locale of 40-Across : ILLINOIS
65. Mourn : GRIEVE
66. Prolific "author" : ANON
67. _____ pro nobis : ORA
68. Plains Indians : OSAGES
69. Items in a code : LAWS
70. _____ Luthor : LEX
71. Boss Tweed lampooner : NAST
1. Liturgical robes : ALBS
2. Eroded : WORN
3. Bacchanalian cry : EVOE
4. Crab, e.g. : DECAPOD
5. Small rug : MAT
6. Late tennis great : ASHE
7. It may be seria or buffa : OPERA
8. Single-named folk singer : ODETTA
9. 40-Across landmark : SEARSTOWER
10. Hungary's Nagy : IMRE
11. Galileo's home : PISA
13. 40-Across's eastern border : LAKEMICHIGAN
14. Belgian river : YSER
19. Feature of 40-Across, according to Sandburg : BIGSHOULDERS
21. Get-up : RIG
24. 1860 nominee in 40-Across : LINCOLN
26. Less cluttered : BARER
27. Florida city : OCALA
28. 1976 Nobel Prize winner from 40-Across : SAULBELLOW
30. Indian district : GOA
32. "_____ Ike" (50's slogan) : ILIKE
33. Millay and Ferber : EDNAS
35. Cry of discovery : AHA
37. Ripen : AGE
41. Kind : ILK
46. Type of roulette : RUSSIAN
48. Sets sail : BEGINS
50. Avg. : MED
53. Pub perch : STOOL
55. Therefore : ERGO
56. Perfume holder : VIAL
57. Humerus neighbor : ULNA
58. Mary Robinson's land : EIRE
60. Nintendo rival : SEGA
61. Impending times : EVES
62. "Give it a _____" : REST
64. Wailing instrument : SAX

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