New York Times, Monday, September 5, 1994

Author: Julian Ochrymowych & Amy Goldstein
Editor: Will Shortz
Julian Ochrymowych
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76/26/19817/24/19952
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Amy Goldstein
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39/5/19949/3/19962
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0210000
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1.53000

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QWX} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Ochrymowych. This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Goldstein. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. _____ Rica : COSTA
6. Job for Perry Mason : CASE
10. Career summary : VITA
14. Top grade : APLUS
15. "_____ We Got Fun?" : AINT
16. Son of Seth : ENOS
17. Jockey's handful : REINS
18. Govt. agent : TMAN
19. Mounties: Abbr. : RCMP
20. Meaningful silence : PREGNANTPAUSE
23. Prominent features of Alfred E. Neuman : EARS
24. Carnaval site : RIO
25. Shrimpish : PUNY
27. University of Maryland player : TERP
29. Stumble : MISSTEP
32. Antigone's sister : ISMENE
35. Mongolian desert : GOBI
36. The Monkees' "_____ Believer" : IMA
37. 1987 Edward James Olmos film : STANDANDDELIVER
40. Actor Chaney : LON
41. Miner profits? : ORES
42. Guinea pig or groundhog : RODENT
43. Emily Dickinson's hometown : AMHERST
45. Air freshener scent : PINE
46. Nixon and Schroeder : PATS
47. Black-eyed item : PEA
48. Shows approval : NODS
52. Film in which Hayley Mills played twins : THEPARENTTRAP
56. Ballet leap : JETE
58. One of the Menendez brothers : ERIK
59. Gaucho gear : RIATA
60. Elliptical : OVAL
61. Look : GAZE
62. Last word of fairy tales : AFTER
63. Cravings : YENS
64. Flexible Flyer, for one : SLED
65. Press secretary Dee Dee : MYERS
1. _____ diem (seize the day) : CARPE
2. Puccini product : OPERA
3. More like a fox : SLIER
4. Filament material : TUNGSTEN
5. Org. : ASSN
6. Tabby treat : CATNIP
7. "We _____ please" : AIMTO
8. Breeze : SNAP
9. Mediterranean spouter : ETNA
10. Against : VERSUS
11. Stimulus : INCENTIVE
12. Mix of westerns : TOM
13. Venomous viper : ASP
21. Debts : ARREARS
22. Greek vowel : UPSILON
26. It's south of Saudi Arabia : YEMEN
28. Sign a check : ENDORSE
29. Stylish, in the 60's : MOD
30. Basque, e.g. : IBERIAN
31. Hair splitter : PART
32. Mallorca, por ejemplo : ISLA
33. Lively dance : STOMP
34. Whisky-vermouth cocktail : MANHATTAN
35. Mdse. : GDS
38. Place to meet following a tennis match : NET
39. Pick out of a lineup : IDENTIFY
44. Mertz and Merman : ETHELS
45. Looked too soon : PEEKED
47. Cracker Jack bonus : PRIZE
49. Speechify : ORATE
50. Library gadget : DATER
51. Trains, in a way : SPARS
53. Cribbage counters : PEGS
54. Asia's _____ Sea : ARAL
55. Streetcar : TRAM
56. "The _____ Luck Club" : JOY
57. Night before : EVE

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