New York Times, Monday, August 1, 1994

Author: Thomas W. Schier
Editor: Will Shortz
Thomas W. Schier
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 80, Blocks: 36 Missing: {Z} This is puzzle # 14 for Mr. Schier. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Say "I do" again : REWED
6. March starter : HUP
9. Diplomatic skills : TACTS
14. Dwelling place : ABODE
15. U.N. member : USA
16. Honolulu hello : ALOHA
17. Scrabble, anagrams, etc. : WORDGAMES
19. Bottoms of graphs : XAXES
20. Disney dog : LADY
21. House of Lords members : SIRS
22. Mosque chiefs : IMAMS
23. Ave. crossers : STS
24. "I've been _____!" : HAD
25. City on the Brazos : WACO
27. Ear cleaner : QTIP
29. _____ race (finished first) : WONA
30. Lived : WAS
33. Oaxaca waters : AGUAS
35. Dictionaries and thesauruses : WORDBOOKS
37. Organic soil : LOAM
38. Subject of this puzzle : WORDS
39. Lockup : BRIG
40. Preambles : FOREWORDS
42. "You _____ Have to Be So Nice" : DIDNT
43. "The Sultan of Sulu" author : ADE
44. Crooner Williams : ANDY
45. Jokester's props : PIES
46. Nightclub bits : ACTS
47. Tricia Nixon _____ : COX
48. New Deal org. : WPA
51. Move furtively : SLINK
54. Barely open : AJAR
56. Bewail : MOAN
57. Start of the French workweek : LUNDI
58. Some of them are famous : LASTWORDS
60. Not _____ in the world : ACARE
61. Prayer word : AVE
62. _____ nous : ENTRE
63. Ex-baseball commish Ueberroth : PETER
64. Light time : DAY
65. Lucy's landlady : ETHEL
1. Singer Lou : RAWLS
2. Enemy vessel : EBOAT
3. What THIS, HERE, IRON and SENT form : WORDSQUARE
4. Whirlpool : EDDY
5. B.A. or Ph.D. : DEG
6. Like August weather, perhaps : HUMID
7. Client : USER
8. Computer access codes : PASSWORDS
9. City vehicle : TAXICAB
10. Battle depicted in "The Last Command" : ALAMO
11. Hip joint : COXA
12. Not us : THEM
13. Freshness : SASS
18. Quickly: Abbr. : ASAP
24. Towel word : HIS
26. Connectors : ANDS
28. Housebroken : TAME
29. Circumlocutory : WORDY
30. Poet laureate, 1843-50 : WORDSWORTH
31. Similar : AKIN
32. Mil. officer : SSGT
33. _____ Romeo : ALFA
34. Well-mannered : GOOD
35. Incoherent speech : WORDSALAD
36. Off Broadway award : OBIE
38. Is obstinate : WONT
41. More erratic : WACKIER
42. Humanitarian Dorothea : DIX
45. Where a cruise calls : PORT
46. Previn or Kostelanetz : ANDRE
47. Disk jockey Kasem : CASEY
49. San Diego pro : PADRE
50. Photographer Adams : ANSEL
51. Masher's comeuppance : SLAP
52. Politico Clare Boothe _____ : LUCE
53. _____ the finish : INAT
55. AI Hirt hit : JAVA
56. _____ Blanc : MONT
59. Itsy-bitsy : WEE

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