New York Times, Friday, August 26, 1994

Author: Timothy S. Lewis
Editor: Will Shortz
Timothy S. Lewis
TotalDebutLatestCollabs
79/30/197911/18/19940
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
2000131
ScrabbleRebusCirclePangrampre-WS
1.600014

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQUXZ} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Lewis. NYT links: Across Lite

1
L
2
I
3
S
4
A
5
S
6
C
7
A
8
L
9
E
10
W
11
A
12
D
13
S
14
E
L
A
N
15
T
A
M
E
R
16
A
L
O
P
17
A
L
L
D
18
A
Y
L
O
N
G
19
I
D
O
L
20
F
Y
I
21
B
E
E
R
22
V
E
R
A
23
I
R
E
24
N
E
25
B
E
26
T
27
W
28
E
E
N
M
Y
29
E
I
N
E
30
W
A
N
31
T
E
E
32
R
A
T
E
33
D
34
L
35
O
I
R
E
36
E
N
D
37
L
I
38
F
E
A
N
D
M
39
E
40
B
41
O
42
B
43
T
A
C
K
S
44
Y
A
45
W
46
N
47
S
48
E
V
E
49
C
V
I
50
S
H
O
T
51
H
E
R
52
S
H
A
D
53
O
54
W
55
M
E
A
R
A
56
A
R
E
A
57
F
R
58
A
T
59
T
I
S
60
V
E
A
L
61
I
62
N
T
E
R
V
63
E
N
E
S
64
E
A
V
E
65
C
R
E
A
M
66
L
O
G
E
67
S
T
E
M
68
H
A
N
K
Y
69
S
T
A
N
© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Macintosh predecessor : LISA
5. Fish feature : SCALE
10. Crumples : WADS
14. Joie de vivre : ELAN
15. Less racy : TAMER
16. Unbalanced : ALOP
17. Start of an excerpt from an Edna St. Vincent Millay poem : ALLDAYLONG
19. Elvis, for one : IDOL
20. "Read this" : FYI
21. Chaser, perhaps : BEER
22. Norm's wife, on "Cheers" : VERA
23. Physicist Joliot-Curie : IRENE
25. Excerpt, part 2 : BETWEENMY
29. A, to Mozart : EINE
30. Not sanguine : WAN
31. Ball perch : TEE
32. Having a ranking : RATED
34. Chateau-dotted valley : LOIRE
36. Wind up : END
37. Excerpt, part 3 : LIFEANDME
40. Pendant : BOB
43. Zigzags : TACKS
44. Oscitates : YAWNS
48. Antecedent period : EVE
49. Year of Trajan's victory over Dacia : CVI
50. Ruined : SHOT
51. Excerpt, part 4 : HERSHADOW
55. Comical Anne : MEARA
56. Province : AREA
57. Young men's club : FRAT
59. Moore's "_____ the Last Rose of Summer" : TIS
60. Kind of stew : VEAL
61. Excerpt, part 5 : INTERVENES
64. Icicle holder : EAVE
65. What a skimmer skims : CREAM
66. Box : LOGE
67. Half-note feature : STEM
68. It's a crying need : HANKY
69. Baseball Hall-of-Famer Coveleski : STAN
1. More verdant : LEAFIER
2. "Twelfth Night" setting : ILLYRIA
3. Conspicuous : SALIENT
4. What's more : AND
5. Eye problem : STYE
6. Old Testament scout : CALEB
7. Dean Martin subject : AMORE
8. Deighton or Dawson : LEN
9. Dyne-centimeter : ERG
10. Give up : WAIVE
11. Not too soft : ALDENTE
12. Openers : DOORMEN
13. Like a newborn's legs : SPLAYED
18. Tad's dad : ABE
24. 1970 Nobel physicist Louis : NEEL
26. Most bears, biologically : TWINS
27. One of TV's Cleavers : WARD
28. Them, with "the" : ENEMY
33. Quit flying : DITCH
34. Massenet opera : LECID
35. Black or red tree : OAK
38. _____ bean : FAVA
39. Pave the way : EASE
40. Is mannerly : BEHAVES
41. Pig out : OVEREAT
42. Leave desolate : BEREAVE
45. This and that : WHATNOT
46. Onetime dictator : NORIEGA
47. Eisenhower confidant : STASSEN
52. 1692 trial site : SALEM
53. Commonly : OFTEN
54. Inflict : WREAK
55. V.J. employer : MTV
58. Land force : ARMY
61. "_____liebe dich" : ICH
62. Powerful D.C. lobby : NRA
63. Superways : ELS

Found bugs or have suggestions?

Previous puzzle | Next puzzle